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Section 1 Listening: First task

3 Where did the Russian language come from? <

Listen to the first task on page 88.

Match each of the speakers to a dialogue.

1 Dialogue A

A This speaker refuses an offer.

4 Are there any English words used in Russian? If so, which ones are most common?

2 Dialogue В

B This speaker promises to try hard.

3 Dialogue C

4 Dialogue D

C This speaker wants to leave a place.

D This speaker gives information about a crime.

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1 no pain, no

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Dialogue В

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D Read the texts and decide if these statements are True (T) or False (F) according to the texts.

1 The Britons probably came from a part of France.

2 Pytheas lived in Greece.

3 The Britons successfully fought off the Romans.

4 The Anglo-Saxons defeated the Romans in Britain.

5 People still speak languages that were used 1000 years ago.

6 Brittany is another word for Great Britain.

7 The ancient Britons spoke English.

4 Not much

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Dialogue C

5 As a special _

6 Coming right

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1 had

2 went

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Dialogue D

7 In a day or

8 I cant_____

3 sent

4 did

5 hid

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1 What do you know about the early history of Russia?

2 Where did the word Russia come from?

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Read the task on page 94 and make notes to complete the table for yourself. Then interview a partner.

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Your partner

How long have you been learning English?

Do you enjoy it? Why?

How do you learn new vocabulary?

• ^Vhat do you think are the best ways of learning |another language? Choose two.

• Watch TV/films in English

• Read a dictionary every day

H • Keep a diary in English

|1» Read webpages in English

I" Go To an English-speaking country

1? Find English-speaking Facebook friends

Talk To Russian friends in English

■EListen To English language songs

Bbur Own idea:_______________________________

Re are the first and last two sentences

I sample answer. Write the words be correct order to complete the four knees.

I SectionTI Speaking: second task

H In pairs or as a group, talk about what can go wrong with a computer.

It letter glad school excited your for to you’re

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Test 9

Раздел 1 (задания по аудированию)

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1. In a police station

2. In a hospital

3. At an outdoor market

4. In а bank

5. In а gym

Ответ:

Диалог

Место действия

Вы услышите пять высказываний. Установите соответствие между

Высказываниями каждого говоряш, его А-Е и утверждениями, данными в списке 1 -6 Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1-6 Только один раз. В задании ecmbj Одно лишнее утверждение. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы ‘» в таблицу. 1

1. The speaker describes his/her dislike of shopping.

2. The speaker talks about his/her favourite place to go shopping.

3. The speaker explains how shopping takes a long time.

4. The speaker describes shopping for gifts.

5. The speaker explains how to shop for bargains.

6. The speaker talks about receiving unsuitable gifts.

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Roger says he would prefer to work

1) in a music shop.

2) in a library.

3) in a coffee shop.

Amy’s sister lost her job because she

1) was rude to people.

2) was late for work.

3) couldn’t do the duties.

I Roger wants to work for a weekly total of К 1) less than fifteen hours.

I 2) exactly fifteen hours.

I 3) more than fifteen hours.

Amy thinks that bosses

. 1) are usually flexible.

• 2) are not always flexible.

‘ 3) are never flexible.

At his interview, Roger was told to ask for time off

1) Several days before

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И заголовками 1-8. Запишите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру Только один раз. В задании есть Один лишний заголовок.

1. Where the name сате from

2. Who were the Britons?

3. Customs of the Britons

4. The birth of other languages

5. A confusing fact

6. Moving south

1. Unwelcome strangers

8. Arrival of a new language

A. The Britons were early inhabitants of the island of Great Britain. They lived in the area that is na known as England, and also in parts of southern Scotland. They are believed to have come original from a region of northern France. They lived in Great Britain up until the time that the Anglo-Saxa came from Germany in the Sth century.

B. The earliest history of the Britons was written by a Greek man named Pytheas, who lived in a Gre< colony in southern France. Pytheas visited the British Isles, including Ireland, in 330 BC. He called islands ‘hai Brettaniai’, meaning the ‘Brittanic Isles’. He called the people there ‘Prettanoi’, which 1| to the terms ‘Briton’ and ‘British’.

C. The Britons controlled most of England and southern Scotland for several centuries. This began ‘ change as the Roman Empire spread north. During the 1st century AD, the Romans entered the regii by force. The Britons tried to push them back, but realised that the Romans were too powerful. Lh( Had to accept that the Romans were there to stay.

D. The Britons lived under Roman rule from the 1st century AD until the 4th century. Around Th Time Rome became much weaker, and Roman soldiers left Britain. Germanic tribes from Eurof The Anglo-Saxons, soon started to arrive in the east of England. They brought their language them, which helped form the English language used in the UK today.

E. After the Anglo-Saxons arrived, the Britons began to split up and form smaller tribes, which eventual had their own separate customs and languages. By the 11th century, there were the Cornish, Wela and Breton tribes which spoke Cornish, Welsh and Breton. These separate languages are still used I Numbers of people today.

F. One of the tribes that formed after the Britons began to divide was the Bretons. These people left Gre Britain for an area of France now known as Brittany. This region is just over 200 kilometres so«

Of the British Isles. The Breton language still exists in the region, although most Bretons speak Frenfl Brittany is sometimes called ‘Little Britain’, in contrast to Great Britain.

G. The term ‘British’ can apply to the British of today and also to the ancient Britons, but in different Waj One example is with language; the Britons spoke the British language, a. language completely differa from English. This is a bit difficult to understand, because today some people commonly use the terfl ‘British’ and ‘English’ to mean similar things.

Ответ:

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Russia’s northern regions are on the Arctic Ocean, which is a sea that is mostly frozen throughout the year. There is sea travel from Russia’s shores into this frozen world, but it takes more than a normal ship to get through it. How do Russians manage to make their way through all the ice?

One way they can do so is with the Yamal. The Yamal is an icebreaker — that is, it’s a ship that is specially designed to break through the layer of ice which covers the sea in the Arctic and Antarctic. There are many types of icebreakers used by countries that border the Arctic Ocean, but the Yamal is a special kind. It is powered by nuclear energy, and not traditional petrol or diesel engines. Because of this, the Yamal is one of the most powerful ships in the world, allowing it to smash through ice with ease. The ship is made of thick, strong metal that can break through the ice during its travels. It also has special air jets which are located on the bottom of the ship. These jets can push out 24 square metres of air per second, which helps to split the ice.

The Yamal is named after the region where it normally stays in harbour — the Yamal Peninsula, an area of land in north-western Siberia that is rich in natural gas resources. Specifically, the term ‘Yamal’ means the ‘End of the Land’ in the language of the Nenets, a tribe that lives in the region.

The Yamal was originally designed to keep lanes of travel open for other ships to use in the icy waters. It has never really been used for this purpose, however. Instead, since it was launched in October 1992, it has been used mainly to carry passengers on trips into the Arctic region. It has special features such as a swimming pool, gym, sauna and volleyball court. One of its tourist cruises was to celebrate the millennium in 2000, when it travelled all the way to the North Pole, making it only the 12th such ship ever to do so.

Another voyage of the Yamal, during August and September 2009, was to collect the staff and equipment from a number of manned ice stations positioned throughout the Arctic, because these stations were scheduled to close. Each station was manned by 18 Arctic explorers, who conducted research in the region. The explorers, their companion dogs and 150 tonnes of supplies and equipment were all placed on the Yamal.

The Yamal is impressive to look at. The lower part of the ship is painted black, the very bottom is red, and the upper part is an attractive shade of orange. On the very front of the ship is the outline of a mouth with sharp teeth, to ‘frighten the ice it encounters.

Ordinary ships have trouble travelling through the Arctic Ocean.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

The Yamal uses nuclear energy to melt ice in its path.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

The materials the ship is built of help it travel through the Arctic Ocean.

Not stated

1) True 2) False

The Nenets sometimes travel using the Yamal.

1) True 2) False 3)

The Yamal was built to help other ships travel through the Arctic.

1) True 2) False 3)

3)

Not stated

Not stated

The only ship to travel to the North Pole in the year 2000 was the Yamal.

1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

The Yamal carried a total of 18 Arctic explorers during its 2009 travels.

3) Not stated

1) True 2) False

The picture of the mouth is there to make people feel scared.

1) True 2) False

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And walked into the laboratory. He had no idea he was about to change the world forever.

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It was 1945, and Percy experiments with radar.

Important scientific

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Suddenly, when he put his hand in his pocket, he felt sticky, liquid chocolate. He realised that the radar the chocolate

Bar somehow.

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Percy’s discovery soon. of the microwave oven.

To the invention

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Percy built the oven, and then he and his

Colleagues tried it out to see if it worked.

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They cooked some popcorn, which cooked very quickly.

1Ъеу it was a big success.

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Jjvorking with Percy!

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Ravi Shankar was born in 1920 and lived until 2010. He was a famous from India.

MUSIC

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He played an instrument known as the sitar, which looks a little like a guitar but only has three strings. Its name comes from a word meaning ‘three strings’.

ACTUAL

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Shankar played Indian songs that dated

Back centuries but were mostly unknown outside his own country.

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Before long, Shankar was giving concerts all over the world.

He had become a real music star.

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Shankar won many awards in his________________________________

Career. He won Grammy awards and received the highest civilian honours in India and France.

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Письма недостаточного объёма, а также часть текста письма, превышаюиц требуемый объём, не оцениваются.

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You have 30 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend Kyle.

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To learn a language and why? …

• or speak it? …

Recommend travelling to the country to learn it. …

French. I must say. though. /. … What’s your — favourite way

Is it easier to read a foreign language Vo you 1 —

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Write 100-120 Words. Remember the rules of letter writing.

РАздел 5 (задания по говорению)

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Task 1

Give a talk about doing housework.

Remember to say:

• what kinds of chores and housework people do round the house

• whether or not you do chores, why/why not

• what you (would) prefer: cooking or cleaning, and why

You have to talk for 1.5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then she/he will ask you some questions.

STUDENT CARD

Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You play the part of an exchange student at an international school. You go to your classmate, Dan/Danielle, to ask if you can use his/her computer. You need to research a weather phenomenon for a project in your English class, and there is a problem with your computer.

• Ask to use the computer and explain what’s wrong with yours.

• Answer your classmate’s questions about the weather phenomenon you are going to write about.

Do not Accept any invitations for the day, as you want to start working on your project as soon as you’ve finished researching the subject.

• Invite your classmate to see a new exhibition at the planetarium on Saturday.

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Section 1 Listening: Second task

Section 2 Reading: Second task

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A Use the first letters of the word Holidays To write words you connect with holidays. Then show them to a partner to see if you have written the same words. There is an example to help you.

Happiness

В Match to make phrases. There is more than one possible answer for some of them.

1 Be full

2 Take care of

3 Be on the

4 Pile a

5 Set off for

6 Rent

7 Row a

8 Ride a

A Lookout for anything unusual B The sea

C boat

D Of excitement

E a cottage

F Bike

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H Buncn of stuff in the car

C In pairs or as a group, answer these questions.

1 What is the best book you have ever n

2 What is it about?

3 What did you like about it?

4 How many Russian writers can you пг

D Read the text on page 101 and find wor and phrases that have a similar meanin to these words and phrases. The first let of each word is given to help you.

1 Writer

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2 Single people

3 School grades

4 Liked and respected

5 Justice

6 Articles

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8 Understanding and care

9 Features

10 Exciting

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Section 3 Grammar and vocabulai Second task

E Read the text with gaps on page 103 and decide for each gap whether these statements are TruefT) or False (F).

B13 We need an adverb to describe the verb Saw.

B14 We need an adjective to come before the preposition At.

B15 We need a plural noun to follow A few other.

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F (simple and delicious).

B171 We need a positive adjective to fit With friendly.

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II Deciding on the right word.

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Ipairs or as a group, make a list of ■n and individual sports. Then discuss radvantages and disadvantages of doing relaying team or individual sports.

Individual sports Skiing

1 sports Fball

Н Circle the correct word or phrase.

11 suggest you To practise / practise On your own.

2 According To me! For me, I prefer individual sports.

3 It Suits / fits Me better to play in a team.

4 What’s good about To be! being Outdoors is the open space.

5 Playing basketball outside is Least / less Noisy.

6 You can enjoy the fresh air Too! enough.

I Section Tl Speaking: Warm-up

I Tick the statements about exams that you agree with. Then talk as a class about how important exams are.

1 Passing exams is important to succeed in life.

2 Exams put too much stress on young people.

3 You should always have a second chance if you fail an exam.

4 Exams let you show what you know.

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1. In a clothes shop

2. In an office

3. On а mountain

4. In а cafe

5. On a boat

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Место действия

Вы услышите пять высказываний. Установите соответствие между |

Высказываниями каждого говорящего А-Е и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-6.\ Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1-6 Только один раз. В задании есть j

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1. The speaker talks about how a holiday reduced stress.

2. The speaker describes a strange holiday incident.

3. The speaker talks about a future holiday plan.

4. The speaker describes a holiday learning experience.

5. The speaker talks about going on holiday with friends.

6. The speaker explains how a holiday was disappointing.

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Утверждение

Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. В заданиях А1-А6 обведите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

Anna was upset about the concert because

1) The band was late.

2) She had to leave early.

3) She hated the music.

The concert took place

1) At a sports complex.

2) In the town.

3) In a park.

Henry visited Brent Park

1) The weekend before.

2) The night before.

3) Last year.

At Henry’s concert, he enjoyed

1) Both acts.

2) The first act.

3) The second act.

Anna believes a concert is good

1) If the entire concert is enjoyable.

2) If you’re happy with the main act.

3) If the opening act is impressive.

Anna will attend the next concert because

1) She enjoys classical music.

2) Henry has decided to go with her.

3) She knows a musician who’s playing.

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8. Climbing paths

А. Mount Elbrus is Russia’s tallest mountain. The mountain’s highest peak, on the west side of

Mountain, is 5,642 metres high. The mountain has another peak on its east side that is 5,621 met just a few metres lower than the western peak. Its overall height makes it the tenth highest mouni in the world.

B. Mount Elbrus has а place in the stories of ancient times. In Greek mythology, it was thought to Я where Zeus placed Prometheus for life as punishment for stealing fire from the gods. Because M mountain is also a volcano that gives offbeat and lava, it seemed to make sense for the story. ■

C. The lower slopes of Mount Elbrus can be reached using a cable car and chairlift systems. From thee individuals can go up the mountain on what’s known as the Normal Route, which is the fastest as

As the safest. There are other routes for reaching the top, but they are more dangerous, due to cliffs a lack of facilities.

D. Visitors who wish to climb Mount Elbrus must obtain permits in order to do so, and not just Oq Foreigners must get a border zone permit in order to enter certain parts of the mountain. Anothi permit is needed to enter the park which surrounds the mountain, and foreigners must register wd the visa and registration department in a nearby town.

E. Mount Elbrus is a volcano, although it hasn’t erupted for 2,000 years. However, there are visible sigi of volcanic activity around the mountain. There are some lava flows around the slopes of the mount» that look as if they were made in recent years. There are also hot springs in the area and a Volcaa Crater at the top of the mountain’s west side.

F. Mount Elbrus belongs to the Caucasus mountain range, in south-western Russia. It is near the Bordi Of Georgia and close to the eastern shores of the Black Sea. As the region is very close to Asia, Sofl Believe the mountain belongs on that continent. Others think it’s a European mountain. If it is. Мои Elbrus is the tallest mountain in Europe.

G. Although Mount Elbrus is a long way — more than a few hundred kilometres — from the Irani» Mountain range of Alborz, the words ‘Elbrus’ and ‘Alborz’ are connected. ‘Alborz’ comes from 4 name of a legendary mountain in Iranian mythology. Because the names of the Russian mountain Aa The Iranian mountain range are similar, there is sometimes confusion between the two.

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George Orwell was a 20th century British author who is best known for writing the books Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four. These two books together have sold more copies than any two books by any other writer in the same century. They are about how society is controlled and the effects which this has on individuals.

Born Eric Arthur Blair in 1903, he used the name George Orwell as a pen name for his books. He chose the name ‘Orwell’ because he loved the River Orwell in Suffolk, England, where he lived with his parents during his early years as a writer. He was educated at Eton, England’s most famous public school for boys from upper-class families, although his academic performance there was not very good. When he was 19, he took a job as a policeman in Burma, where his grandmother lived. He did well at this job and was admired by the local people for his sense of fairness. After falling ill, Orwell returned to England in his mid-twenties and became a writer.

His experiences as a policeman gave him ideas for his early work. In the beginning, he didn’t have much success as a writer of novels and short stories; he did much better as a journalist. In fact, during most of his career, he was well known in this role and far less recognised as an author. His essays and newspaper columns focused mainly on the living and working conditions of poor people.

In the 1930s, he went to Spain to fight in the Spanish Civil War. There, he saw how different people supporting the Republican army spent more time arguing with and lying about each other than fighting the enemy. While fighting in this war, he was wounded in the neck and had to return to England. Although Orwell never lost his sympathy for working-class people, his wartime experiences changed how he felt about their political leaders.

These new feelings were clearly shown when he wrote his two most famous books. The first one. Animal Farm, is about a group of animals, all with human characteristics and roles, on a farm which the animals have taken over from its human owner. A small group of pigs gain more and more power, and treat the other animals far worse than the human farmer did. His second famous book. Nineteen Eighty-Four, is about a man who works for an all-powerful government that controls every part of people’s lives. The main character, Winston Smith, is unhappy with the situation and struggles to change things that can’t be changed.

These two books show us important things about society in a clear and thrilling way. Both are still taught in British and American schools, and they remain Orwell’s greatest gift to future generations.

George Orwell wrote more books than any other 20th century writer.

1) True 2) False 3)

As a student at Eton, he soon showed how clever he was.

1) True 2) False

As a young man, Orwell left England and became a policeman.

1) True 2) False

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Orwell wanted to do more than journalism in his early writing career.

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People living in poor conditions often praised Orwell for his work. 1) True 2) False 3)

His time in Spain changed his feelings about working-class people. 1) True 2) False 3)

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Orwell wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four five years after writing Animal Farm. 1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

Orwell wanted his books to be used in classrooms. 1) True 2) False

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Have you heard of‘blue zones’? These are areas of the world in which people live the.

In Sardinia, Italy, for example, an area of the island more males over 100 years of age than anywhere else on Earth today.

Another blue zone is Icaria, Greece. Many of its inhabitants live into 90s.

Visiting Costa Rica in 2007, the author and explorer Dan Buettner that a particular region in the country has an extremely long life expectancy.

The Costa Ricans in this region, who are farmers, outlive men and in other areas of the country.

In 2008, Buettner

А book about this.

Scientists are still researching the reasons for blue zones, but it that both diet and exercise play

An important role.

They five blue zones so far.

These include the three mentioned above, together with Okinawa, Japan, and Loma Linda, California.

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In other parts of the world in the future.

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