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08:31Контрольная работа по английскому языку 10 класс в начале года
I.Match the words to form phrases.
energy a. peelings
power b. packaging
global c. consumption
excessive d. station
vegetable e. warming
II. Use the words to complete the gaps.
replacing, congestion, campaign, encourage, energy, ban, switching, emissions
For many years the traffic in our town has been getting busier and busier. It has become a huge environmental problem because of all carbon (1)……. produced by the vehicles. One group of environmentalists have started a (2) ……… to do something about it. They want to (3) ……… certain vehicles from the roads during times of high (4) ……… and (5) ……… people to use public transport. They want people to understand that by (6) ………. from a form of transport that uses a lot of (7) …….. and (8) ………. it with one that uses less, they will be doing their part to help save the planet.
III. Fill in: release, reduce, adopt, reusable, endangered species
1) Try to reuse things as much as possible so as to … waste.
2) Unfortunately, there are still many factories which … toxic gases into the air.
3) Instead of wrapping food in silver paper it’s better to use a … box.
4) When you … an animal you help the zoo care for it.
5) My local zoo runs a conservation programme for most of their … .
IV. Choose the correct modal verb.
1) I found a briefcase on the train. – You ought to/can take it to the police station as soon as possible.
2) Sorry, I’m late. – You might/should wear a watch.
3) I wonder if Paul and Jim have got lost. – They can’t/mustn’t have got lost because I gave them a map.
4) Could/Would I use your mobile phone, please? – Yes, of course.
5) We mustn’t/needn’t go shopping this week, we’ve got plenty of food.
6) When shall I visit you next? – You can/might call in tomorrow if you like.
7) Should/May I borrow your book, please?
8) You mustn’t/shouldn’t park your car on double yellow lines.
9) You shouldn’t/mustn’t be so rude with Mary, she is very sensitive.
10) You should/must obey the laws, or you will get in jail.
11) May/must I call you next week, please?
12) It might/should rain tomorrow. You should take an umbrella with you.
13) You must be/should be exhausted after all your hard work.
V. Choose the correct preposition (ON, OUT OF, INTO, AWAY FROM, OVER) to complete each of the following sentences:
1. Rodney nearly ran ________ an old lady while he was driving his car.
2. Because of global warming, it's very important that we try to stop using cars and other vehicles that run ________ petrol or gasoline.
3. We've run ________ sugar. Could you, please, buy some more?
4. We ran ________ your brother at the mall last night.
5. We can't run _______ the facts.
VI. Make these adjectives negative using prefixes UN-; IL-; IM-; IR-; DIS-; MIS-; IN-.
1. It is ____________ for you to finish the project on time. POSSIBLE
2. I believe your friend Mark is being ___________. HONEST
3. My brother Joseph can be __________ at times. RESPONSIBLE
4. Mr. Hall was an ___________ biologist and nobody really learnt much from his classes. SUCCESSFUL
5. You shouldn’t attend the wedding wearing ________ clothes. FORMAL
6. The dreadful earthquake has caused an ___________ situation to the local residents. PLEASANT
7. It would be __________ of me to pretend enjoying going out with David. POLITE
8. There is no doubt that cannabis will remain an _____________ drug for the foreseeable future. LEGAL
9. Mum punished me for leaving the front door ____________. LOCKED
10. I’m afraid you __________ what I was referring to. UNDERSTAND
VII. Translate into English:
1) плита, которая работает за счет электричества
2) убежать из дома
3) быть вредным для окружающей среды
4) случайно встретиться с давним знакомым
5) находиться под угрозой исчезновения
6) являться сторонником «зеленого» движения
VIII. Прочитайте тексты и установите соответствие между текстами А–E и заголовками 1–6. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании есть один лишний заголовок.
The early history of Canada is a story of fish and fur. But after the World War II, Canada began to develop its own industries, such as producing cars and airoplanes. Today, Canada is the largest producer of nickel. It supplies the world with iron and copper as well as wood, paper, oil, gold and silver. Canada now has moved swiftly with research and development in fibre optics and communications.
Canada has a reputation for being a mosaic of world cultures. About 40% of Canadians are of British origin. French descendants of the French adventurers live in Quebec. The French language they speak is unique. Words, grammar and even pronunciation still have connections with seventeenth-century French. Canada's third-largest ethnic group is German. Then come Italians, Ukrainians, Dutch, Greeks and Polish. Toronto, the centre for international immigration, is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world.
With so much winter and snow, it is not surprising that Canadians are good at winter sports. Ice hockey (simply called hockey) is a national pastime and it is so popular that it is more of a religion than a sport. This is especially true in Quebec, home of the Monreal Canadiens, one of the most successful professional sports teams anywhere. Other popular spectator sports include curling and football. The official national summer sport is lacrosse.
Canada's two official languages are English and French. They are the mother tongue of 60% and 23% of the population respectively. You can notice the both languages on highway signs, maps, tourists' leaflets and all types of packaging. Canadian English contains elements of British English and American English in its vocabulary. The five most widely-spoken non-official languages are Chinese, Punjubi, Spanish, Italian and Arabic.
The school summer vacations are from the end of June to the early September. On the first Monday of September the Canadians have Labour Day. Originally, it was an occasion to celebrate workers' rights. Nowadays this holiday is, first of all, an opportunity to spend time in the countryside, or have picnics or other outdoor activities with family and friends. For students, the Labour Day is the last chance to have a party before the new academic year.
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