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Контрольная работа (ПОВЫШЕННЫЙ УРОВЕНЬ)

1 ВАРИАНТ

Часть 1.
Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A-F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.
1. Girls are supposed to like it.

2. This holiday has a meaningful history.

3. One of this holiday’s traditions has changed over time.

4. This holiday can put you in a very special mood.

5. People can behave any way on this holiday.

6. This holiday is a time for new hopes.

7. This holiday suits my character perfectly.

говорящий

A

B

C

D

E

F

утверждение



















Вербицкая М.В.-ЕГЭ2015-Английский язык-темат. и типовые экзаменац. варианты.+CD-2015\CD\Типовой экзаменационный вариант 3.mp3

ЕГЭ 2015 под ред. Вербицкой М.В. Стр. 74

Часть 2

Прочитайте тексты. Установите соответствие тем А-H с текстом 1-7. Используйте каждую букву только 1 раз. В задании 1 тема лишняя.

A. Changing Habits

B. Eating Out

C. Foreign Food

D. Diet Dangers

E. Popular but Useless

F. Plan Your Diet Carefully

G. Eating Together

H. Food Safety

1. A quick look at junk food facts tells us junk food and diets do not go hand in hand. Junk foods are also called 'empty calorie' foods and have no nutritional value. Nevertheless, they are enjoyed by lots of people because of their simplicity to manufacture, consume and, of course, their taste. Chocolates, burgers, pizzas, potato wafers and fries will surely find their way into everyone's heart.

2. Thai cuisine is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. In fact, several Thai dishes, such as Tom Yum Soup, are currently under scientific study for their incredible health benefits. Of course, it's already known that many of the fresh herbs and spices used in Thai cooking - such as turmeric, galangal, coriander, lemongrass, and fresh chillies - have immune-boosting and disease-fighting power.

3. Vegetarian diets can be very healthy, but eating a balanced diet when you are vegetarian usually requires a little extra attention. Because vegetarians eliminate certain foods from their diets, they often need to work to add foods into their diet that will provide the nutrients found in meat products. If properly planned, vegetarian diets can provide all the nutrients you need.

4. It's actually easy to make good choices at a fast-food restaurant or the cafeteria. Most cafeterias and fast-food places offer healthy choices that are also tasty, like grilled chicken or salads. Be mindful of portion sizes and high fat add-ons, like dressings, sauces or cheese. Most restaurant portions are larger than the average serving of food at home. Ask for half portions or take half of your dish home.

5. Family meals are making a comeback. Shared family meals are more likely to be nutritious, and kids who eat regularly with their families are less likely to snack on unhealthy foods and more likely to eat fruits and vegetables. Teens who take part in regular family meals are less likely to smoke, drink alcohol, or use drugs. Beyond health and nutrition, family meals provide a valuable opportunity to reconnect.

6. Families are cooking more meals at home, cutting back on take away in the face of the economic downturn. In addition to cutting back on take away and eating out, families have begun cooking more vegetarian meals and are adding vegetables, lentils and baked beans to allow them to cut back on meat quantity. Consumers also indicate that they are likely to prepare meals that can be spread across more than one mealtime.

7. In recent years it has become common practice for celebrities and stars to publicize food products. Businesses take advantage of consumers' mentality of 'following the stars' and invite celebrities and stars to perform 'false advertising' so as to mislead or even deceive consumers. The law stipulates that those who publicize 'faulty food products' will share responsibility with food producers and sellers.

Музланова Е.С. Английский язык (ЕГЭ) 2014. Стр. 118-119

Часть 3

Прочитайте текст и следующие за ним утверждения 1-8 и установите верны ли они.
BUSY LITTLE BUYERS

It's a typical Sunday afternoon at Tokyo's Girl Is Girl store and customers crowd into this mecca of Japanese teen fashion. 11-year-old Chihiro holds up a lemon yellow shirt with hearts and stars and says longingly, 'This is so cute. The next time I'll come with Mum.' Her two friends nod in agreement.

Chihiro and her friends are no ordinary shoppers; they are about the only dynamic consumers left in the sluggish Japanese economy. Marketers call them 'bubble juniors': the 9- to 14-year-old daughters of Japanese women who spent lavishly as carefree twenty some things during Japan's 'bubble' years of the 1980s. They are the potential trendsetters, like college girls in the 1980s and high-school girls in the 1990s.

Since Japan entered its recession, the retail clothing industry has been in a tailspin. Clothes sales at Japan's department stores have shrunk by almost 10% in the last five years. All the traditional market sectors- men's, women's and children's - have suffered. Only recently did Japanese clothing lines awaken to the purchasing power of the bubble juniors.

The girls are a unique and profitable niche. They don't want to wear what's in the kids' section. Rather, they mix mature styles with bright colours and childlike frills. Last March an entire floor of one of Tokyo's biggest fashion shopping centres was renovated to serve the junior girls. Sales have since jumped 30%.

The market expansion is all the more impressive given that the target age group is shrinking. While it may not be an endless supply of consumer energy, this bright spot in the national economy is enough to excite everybody from clothing designers to magazine publishers.

Total financial dependence on their parents would seem to be a serious strike against these junior shoppers. But it's not a problem, say analysts. A girl often has a fashionable mum and two sets of doting grandparents. Bubble mums, unlike those of earlier generations, are comfortable spending a fortune on outfits that might be worn for only one season.

Industry insiders are betting tl1at the bubble junior craze can be exported elsewhere in Asia. So far the signs look good. Nicola, a monthly magazine that is the bible for bubble juniors, printed 10,000 copies of an issue in Shanghai, China, and immediately sold out. The affluent middle class in China's coastal cities offers more young customers. Their increasing interest in fashion and the culture in which they take good care of their children is promising.

Adapted from Newsweek

  1. 'Bubble juniors' are all Japanese children from a certain age group. T/ F

  2. Young girls have been known to set fashion trends in Japan before. T/ F

  3. Clothes sales in Japan have increased by 10% in recent years. T/F

  4. Japanese 9- to 14-year-old girls choose clothes that give them a mature look. T/ F

  5. Analysts estimate the number of 'bubble juniors' in Japan will shrink. T/ F

  6. Young girls' mothers today are less willing than their grandparents to spend on their children 's clothes. T/ F

  7. Nicola magazine sells 10,000 copies each month. T/ F

  8. Market trends emerging in China are similar to those in Japan. T/F


Oxford Exam Excellence стр. 34

Часть 4.

Прочитайте текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные в скобках, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Некоторые слова могут оставаться без изменения.

Recognising cultural images and symbols

When we live in a particular country, we automatically become exposed and 1) _________ (custom) to a range of images and symbols embedded in songs and pictures, places, and traditions. These images and symbols include 2) ________ (fame) people in the culture, and architectural and landscape features. The 3)___________ (able) of students to recognise these images helps them to feel more 4) __________ (confide) and to become more fluent.

The aim of the activities in this section is to 5) ___________ (familiar) students with popular images and symbols in the target culture. A secondary aim is to help students to 6) ___________ (identity) and compare the images and symbols in British and American culture, and then to contrast these with the images and symbols in their own.

Some activities focus on places and people associated with the culture, some allow the learner to 7) ___________ (explorer) the cultural 8) __________ (refer) in popular songs.

Oxford Exam Excellence, стр.20

Часть 5.

Прочитайте статью, заполните пропуски только одним словом.

Global warming has 1) ______ blamed for the hole in the ozone layer, higher pollution and melting the ice caps - now, it is being blamed for declining sales of the British national beverage.

In 2002, the average Brit drank 1,000 cups per year- or, 2.2 kilograms of tea. This may sound a 2) ______ but sales were down from 2.6 kilograms in 1997. 3)______ from the fact that temperatures are rising globally, more and more tea drinkers are turning 4) ________ coffee when they fancy a bot beverage. Sales of iced tea, 5) __________, are on the rise, and sales of healthy drink alternatives, 6)________ as fruit teas, also continue to grow.

But 7) ________ though the Brits are looking 8) ________ alternatives to the Great British Cup of Tea, they are still the second highest consumers of the drink in the world. India is the third biggest nation of tea drinkers, and Turkey is first.

Oxford Exam Excellence, стр.36
Часть 6

Прочитайте текст. Заполните пропуски словом, подходящим по смыслу, образованным от слова, данного справа.

The most usual way to entertain friends at home is to invite them for a meal, either in the evening or at lunch-time on a Sunday. When guests are invited for a meal, they often sit and chat while they have a drink before the meal, and coffee is __________ served afterwards.

Several close friends are sometimes invited at once to make a small party to celebrate a birthday, a child’s coming of age or some special _____________.

These parties are almost always ___________, there is no dress code and in summer, when the weather is fine, people may hold a barbecue in the garden.

Formal occasions, official receptions for foreign visitors, when written ____________ are sent, rarely take place in people’s homes, although they did in the past.

The host often provides____________ kinds of entertainment, or at least entertains guests with interesting stories and merry jokes.

The ___________ meal is often followed by party games or dances which are intended to amuse or interest people in a way that gives them pleasure and make them enjoy the party.


USUAL


ACHIEVE

FORMAL


INVITE
VARY

TASTE


ЕГЭ 2015 под ред. Вербицкой М.В Стр.205

Часть 7
Образуйте словосочетания, соединив слова из двух колонок:


  1. later-born




  1. activities

  1. outdoor




  1. resort

  1. suffer from




  1. cuisine

  1. frustrating




  1. luggage

  1. older




  1. flat

  1. newlywed




  1. sibling

  1. to rent




  1. experience

  1. to double




  1. a weight

  1. studio




  1. couples

  1. family




  1. adventure

  1. exciting




  1. jealousy

  1. to collect




  1. a place

  1. national




  1. child

  1. to put on




  1. prices


Часть 8

Напишите письмо другу из Англии (объём 200 слов)

She or he wants to know about your life in your country. Tell him or her about:

being a teenager

friendships

what you think about marriage.

Часть 9
Замените слова в скобках на русском языке на английские эквиваленты

  1. Sometimes children don’t measure up (ожидания родителей).

  2. The ability of (ладить с людьми) is connected with up-bringing.

  3. (Единственные дети оказываются в центре) parents’ attention, and therefore they are (избалованы).

  4. A lot of (фирменных отделов) were set up in a (центральном магазине) of our city.

  5. Our family (c нетерпением ждет) travelling abroad to (на семейный курорт) every year.

  6. Women in their mid-twenties also worry less about their (весе), looks and social lives, than they do (в среднем возрасте).

  7. A pedestrianised street, on the south side of the Liffey, full of shops - the usual (сети магазинов), (универмаги) as well as cafes, smaller shops, (бутики) and pubs.

  8. Cayo Santa Maria, (расположенный в) Villa Clara Province, is a truly beautiful (курорт, работающий по системе «все включено»)

  9. We boast of a (просторной гостиной) painted lime green as in the pictures.

  10. We hope (отзывы покупателей) help to improve our service.

  11. (Семейные традиции) are practices or beliefs that create positive feelings.

  12. He found (жилье) in the city.

  13. Millions of people all around the world adore (путешествовать).

Контрольная работа (ПОВЫШЕННЫЙ УРОВЕНЬ)

2 ВАРИАНТ

Часть 1.
Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A—F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1—7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.
1. I eat a lot trying to forget шу problems.

2. I cannot lose weight as I combine exercising and eating unhealthy food.

3. I have gained weight after changing my habits.

4. I would like to lose weight without changing my habits radically.

5. I feel very unhappy because I cannot help eating unhealthy food.

6. I expected to gain weight but in fact I haven’t.

7. I don’t have any weight problems in spite of eating whatever I want.

говорящий

A

B

C

D

E

F

утверждение



















Вербицкая М.В.-ЕГЭ2015-Английский язык-темат. и типовые экзаменац. варианты.+CD-2015\CD\Типовой экзаменационный вариант 9.mp3

ЕГЭ 2015 под ред. Вербицкой М.В. Стр. 134

Часть 2

Прочитайте тексты. Установите соответствие тем А-H с текстом 1-7. Используйте каждую букву только 1 раз. В задании 1 тема лишняя.

A. Head-and-Heart Listening

B. Clear Responsibilities

C. Family Discussions

D. Flexibility

E. Balanced Communication

F. Caring and Appreciation

G. Family Roots

H. Encouragement

1. Building a successful family is like building a home. Both need a plan. A successful family based on unity and love takes careful planning, but it's worth every moment. The best way to be organized as a family is to talk about family matters. By doing this, families enjoy a special closeness and stability. Choosing to spend time with your family sends a message more powerful than words. Memories made together during this time will bond and sustain your family through the years.

2. Family traditions promote feelings of warmth and unity. Trace your family tree and collect all the photographs of your ancestors that you can find. Public libraries and bookstores have books on genealogy for you to get you started. Compile a family oral history. Ask older relatives to talk about their parents and childhood and record their comments. Then transcribe the tapes and send copies to aunts and uncles, grandparents and cousins. These stories contain a glimpse of the past that would be lost otherwise.

3. How much time should families spend together? That varies from family to family. Families with young children usually spend most of their time together because young children need a great deal of physical care and guidance. Families with teenagers may spend less time together because teens naturally want to spend more time with their friends. Healthy families keep a good balance between 'too much' and 'not enough' time together. They spend enough time to satisfy all family members.

4. Strong families take time to talk to one another. They share their hopes and dreams, feelings and concerns. This involves listening beyond words to the meanings and feelings attached to them. A good listener can better understand and respond to the needs and concerns of others. It means laying aside personal views and really trying to understand the other person's point of view. Even if you don't agree with their opinion, you can make sure you understand them before responding.

5. Members of successful families feel they really belong in their family. Family members feel accepted for what they are and promote one another's self-esteem. They celebrate their victories and help each other learn from mistakes. Sometimes life gets rough and we need all the support we can get. A cheering word from a family member can really come in handy. Put the words on sticky notes and stick them in places where they can be easily found.

6. Strong families develop predictable routines, roles, and rules that govern everyday life and provide for continuity and stability. Reasonably stable patterns empower a family to deal with the many challenges inevitable in family life; without such patterns, chaos would result. At the same time, strong families adapt relationships and family rules when needs arise. The varied circumstances of family life may necessitate individual adaptation. Since no family knows what tomorrow will bring, being adaptive is a good trait for family members to develop.

7. Recent studies affirm the importance of love in families. Research shows that expressions of affection towards children reduce problem behaviours and enhance children's development. Strong families notice and share positive aspects of each member. They notice the talents, skills and achievements, special qualities, and characteristics that make the other person unique. They find ways to be positive even when another family member makes a mistake and make a conscious effort to develop closeness and show love at home.
Музланова Е.С. Английский язык (ЕГЭ) 2014. Стр.54-55

Часть 3

Прочитайте текст и следующие за ним утверждения 1-8 и установите верны ли они.
GETTING OFF THE BEATEN TRACK

Back in the 1980s and early 1990s, when Africans first realised that tourism might be a way out of poverty, they built big concrete hotels on the beaches of Kenya, South Africa and other countries. For some time numerous charter flights came from Germany and Italy. Tourists hoping to see lions in nature reserves - but also expecting to enjoy the comforts of home - packed into overcrowded resorts that were trying to look like the Mediterranean.

That was then. Fortunately, a new kind of travel is in fashion now. Today's tourists are leaving the European-style hotels for more authentic experiences, like horseback-riding through the bush. Sitting by the fire at night after a typical dinner of meat stew, pumpkin leaves and wild spinach, they listen to the local Xhosa people telling folk stories. This experience is not offered by a multinational tour operator but by the Xhosa themselves, through a small, locally run firm called Amadiba Adventures. The money they earn will provide the Xhosa tour guides with an income two and a half times the average local wage.

In many ways, this off-the-beaten-track holiday represents the future of global tourism. Despite difficulties, international and domestic tourism is expected to grow fast over the next two decades. While a global recession and the terrorist attacks of 9/ 11 pushed down tourist numbers in 2001 for the first time since 1982, the impact was less than many had expected. Longerterm trends, including a rise in global wealth, improving transport technology, cheaper flights and the use of the Internet as a travel tool, will make it possible for more people around the world to travel than ever before. Last year there were 693 million international tourist arrivals. The World Tourism Organisation expects that number to increase to more than 1billion by 2010. Tomorrow's tourists will come from new places; the number of Asian, and particularly Chinese, tourists is predicted to explode as that region becomes more integrated into the global economy.

Future tourists will also want to do different things. While sun-and-sea tourism still dominates, overcrowding and time pressures mean that the standard two-week beach holiday is becoming less popular. Rather than spending two weeks on a beach, Americans and Europeans are now taking shorter but more varied trips, causing the rapid development of adventure travel, ecotourism, cultural tours, spa holidays, cruises and sports vacations in ever more distant places: China, the Maldives, Botswana. Western travellers who have 'been there and done that' choose more exotic, individualised experiences. Local governments and firms are trying hard to satisfy this new demand, which offers them the opportunity to make huge profits from tourism.


  1. Hotels built in Africa in the 1980s and early 1990s were totally different from European hotels. T/F

  2. Twenty years ago, tourists from Europe, while on holiday in Africa, expected the same conditions they were used to in their own countries. T/ F

  3. There are no African agencies providing services to European tourists. T/F

  4. African tour guides earn less than people doing other jobs. T/ F

  5. According to expectations, the tourist industry is facing a serious crisis in the near future. T/F

  6. The number of tourists from China is expected to grow fast. T/ F

  7. Sunbathing at the seaside is still the most popular form of holiday. T/ F

  8. There is little chance that new types of holidays, like adventure travel or cultural tours, will be offered in African countries. T/F


Oxford Exam Excellence стр. 108-109
Часть 4.

Прочитайте текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные в скобках, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста.
Do you prefer being 1) _____ (act) to sitting around all day? Are you completely crazy about football, basketball, ice-skating, or some other sport?

If health and 2) ______ (fit) are your passion, and if you have plenty of natural 3) _______ (able), you could become a professional athlete. You'll have to be a good entertainer! Fans will pay to watch you, but you'll have to 'perform' for them. If you're brilliant at your game, you could end up 4) ________ (extreme) rich. Some footballers are millionaires and have almost 5) _________ (limited) opportunities to make money. But if professionals don't play well. they face disappointment and early 6) ________ (retire). Being a 'pro' is a demanding and stressful job and athletes need all the help they can get. Most rely on a 7)_________ (train), who can help them improve their skills and give them lots of encouragement. In team sports the manager will often give 8) __________ (instruct) about what players must and mustn't do off the field. Disobey these orders, and you're likely to lose your place in the team!
Stephen Mary. Activate. B2. Workbook. Стр.20
Часть 5

Прочитайте статью, заполните пропуски только одним словом.
Some say that if you would like to buy a passport on the black market, an Irish

1) ________ would be the most expensive. 2) ______ Irish are warm-hearted, open and friendly people and are welcome everywhere. No surprise, then, that St Patrick's Day is celebrated on 17 March every year in more countries around the world than 3) _______ other National Holiday. On this day 4) ____________wants to be Irish.

The first St Patrick's Day Parade was organized in Boston in 1737. Nowadays, parades 5) _________ held in most places where the Irish have been forced, or have chosen, to emigrate. Whether 6) ________ is Dublin, London, New York 7) _________ Sydney, people flock to participate and to watch. 8) ____________ it is a commemoration of a Christian saint, it is a day of celebration for all Irish people of all religions and creeds.
Oxford Exam Excellence стр.25
Часть 6

Прочитайте текст. Заполните пропуски словом, подходящим по смыслу, образованным от слова, данного справа.


Following a recent renovation, the new Hancock Observatory invites you to enjoy Chicago’s best views from the city’s highest open-air Skywalk. It has quickly gained _____________ with both Chicagoans and visitors of the city.

Skywalk is Chicago’s highest open-air viewing area. It is 1,000 feet in the air! Everyone here can feel the strong wind and hear the dynamic buzz of the city below. The friendly staff will _____________ tell the real story behind Chicago’s “Windy City” nickname.

For those who feel _____________ about such a great height there are more relaxing indoor audio Sky Tours.

These 30-minute personal audio tours give a unique “overview” of Chicago’s wonderful sights and ____________ history! Sky Tours are available in English, Spanish and German.

History Wall is another popular_______________. More than 100 photos on a great 80-foot display show Chicago’s rise from a small settlement to a great city.

As a tour guide I have been to the Skywalk ___________ times and still I can’t help admiring it.




POPULAR

CERTAIN
COMFORT

REMARK
ATTRACT

COUNT



ЕГЭ 2015 под ред. Вербицкой М.В Стр. 121
Часть 7
Образуйте словосочетания, соединив слова из двух колонок:


  1. birth




  1. agent

  1. influence




  1. house

  1. to get attention from




  1. gifts

  1. be treated




  1. depression

  1. extended




  1. to order

  1. wrapped




  1. customers

  1. suffer from




  1. like an adult

  1. real estate




  1. cruises

  1. boat




  1. personality

  1. to track




  1. treatments

  1. to queue




  1. order

  1. damage




  1. parents

  1. spa




  1. family

  1. a terraced




  1. health



Часть 8

Напишите письмо-ответ своему другу-иностранцу. (объём 200 слов)

Read part of a letter you have received from your penfriend abroad.
So I’m really looking forward to coming to your country – finally! But it’s so sad that I’m coming when you are away! Anyway, can you tell me what places I should go to, what things I should do, and what things I should eat and drink?
Часть 9
Замените слова в скобках на русском языке на английские эквиваленты.



  1. Do I need (забрать мой багаж) in Amsterdam airport?

  1. While dealing with (мятежными подростками), you should keep a number of things in mind.

  1. There are many different best and affordable (для медового месяца) packages available for (молодоженов).

  2. The first thing I would do is (открыть шторы) to see the power of the lightning. 

  3. We offer you an enjoyable (выходные) with many (возможностями и деятельностью) for your Cyprus holiday.

  4. (Пустынный ландшафт) with sand dunes at Sossusvlei in the huge Namib Desert attracts (туристов).

  5. Creative personalized (бонусная карта) enable (розничным продавцам), casinos and many others to provide (покупательские) discounts.

  6. A new study shows that an Atkins-type (рацион с высоким содержанием жиров) is more effective for (похудения) than a standard high-carb low-fat diet.

  7. (Первенец) or the eldest child usually develops different personality traits than his (родных братьев и сестер) especially the youngest one.

  8.  It took just 16 hours for agents to let a (уютную квартиру-студию) in London.

  9. Surprisingly to many (родителей), a lot of the food that is served to kids in school is considered (едой в сухомятку).

  10. We'll collect a selection of our favorite submitted (семейные рецепты) and prepare a special (для международных праздников) cookbook with recipes and stories from around the globe.

  11. I plan (отправиться в отпуск) for the first two weeks of March.


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