Раздел 1 (задания по аудированию)

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1 с 2f ЗЬ 4а 5d бе

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A4 В 1 C5 D2

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1 built 2 no 3 lack 4 affects 5 the 6 strange

Section 2 Reading: Second task

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1 extremely 2 fortunate 3 flowing 4 current

5 spreads 6 preventing 7 habitat 8 moist 9 fog

10 block 11 heatwaves

Q 57 Audioscript Bl

Dialogue A

A: Can I borrow your goggles? I want to go underwater.

B: Oh, I forgot to bring them. Sorry.

A: Never mind. Heh — do you want to go to the deep end and dive in off the boards?

B: Sure. Гт not diving off the highest one, though. That’s scary!

Section 3 Grammar and vocabulary: Second task

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1 courtroom 2 verdict 3 jury 4 judge 5 defendant

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В13 по В14опе/1 В15 end В16по B17yes В18у

Section 4 Writing

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Students’ own answers

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1 Only throw away things that are broken or that no-one wants. ! Only throw things away that are broken or that no-one wants. / Only throw away things that no-one wants or that are broken.! Only throw things away that no-one wants or that are broken.

Section 51 Speaking:yirst Task

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Students’ own answers

Dialogue В

A: Hello. Can I return this book? I’m afraid it’s a few days late.

B: Sure. Let me see how late it is. Umm, you do realise you’ve had this book for two years?

A: Two years? I thought it was two months. Oh no.

It’s my father. He’s very old now and he forgets things. He took it out.

B: Well, not to worry. I’ll only charge you five pounds.

A: Oh, thank you so much. You can’t see if my dad’s got any other books I have to bring back, can you?

Dialogue C

A: Look at those red berries, Dad. Don’t they look delicious?

B: Oh no, sweetie. Don’t pick those off that bush.

We don’t know what kind they are, and they might make you ill.

A: Oh, OK. I guess they’re just for the birds and animals that live here in the woods.

B: Yes, exactly. They’re not for humans at all.

Dialogue D

A: Hi, Mr Barnes. How are you today? How much are these tomatoes?

B: They’re 2 euros a kilo. Would you like me to put some in a bag for you?

A; That would be lovely. I’d like some bananas and a few peaches, too.

B: OK, I can help you with that.

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Q 58 Audioscript B2

Speaker A

I’ve lived in Mexico City all my life, and it’s a huge, modern place, and getting bigger all the time. It’s built in the same place as an ancient Aztec city. Unfortunately, there’s almost nothing left of the old city now, but there are reminders of it everywhere, in the buildings and the culture of the new city. I feel that’s enough to give you a sense of what existed here a very long time ago.

Speaker В

I think Paris is a beautiful city, with great museums, amazing buildings and fantastic tree-lined streets. The people are well dressed and highly educated, and there’s a big artistic community in the city. There’s a great mixture of the old and the new. And there isn’t just one special thing about it. Rather, it’s everything together.

If I had to use one word to describe the place, it would be ‘stylish’, I suppose.

SpeakerC

When you ask anyone what the capital of Australia is, they usually say it’s Sydney. Although Sydney is a big, important city, it’s not the capital. The correct answer is Canberra, the city built specifically to be the capital of Australia in the early 20th century. Maybe because it was built from scratch — there was no town or city there before they built it — the lack of history certainly affects the way the city feels. It has a strange, almost empty atmosphere to it.

SpeakerD

Mogadishu in Somalia, East Africa, doesn’t look like a capital city. After years of war and destruction, it’s not a great place to live. Water and electricity are difficult to find, much of the city — the roads, hospitals and schools — doesn’t work properly. This was once a great port on the Indian Ocean, but it’s fallen on hard times. Who knows if it will be great again one day?

SpeakerE

Although it was renamed Ho Chi Min City in the 1970s, the name never really caught on. It’s quite a long name to say in English, so maybe that’s why the old name of Saigon is still used by lots of people. It’s a busy city, full of people going from place to place, selling things in the streets, shouting at people passing by. With so much activity going on all the time, maybe they don’t have time to learn a new name!

Al

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♦4 59 Audioscript A1-A6

Hi Rebecca. Can you believe that storm last night?

Rebecca: I know, Tyler, it was horrible. I stayed awake almost half the night. It was so noisy, all that thunder!

I thought it was great! It’s so rare we have storms like that. Still, I hope nobody was hurt, as these things can be dangerous.

Rebecca: My mum saw on the news that power lines had been blown down and some windows were broken. Nothing happened to our house, though. That’s good. What would you do if something bad did happen?

Tyler:

Tyler:

Tyler:

Rebecca: My dad always says to go to the cupboard under the stairs. I’d rather hide under my bed, but I’ve got so much stuff under it, I wouldn’t fit! My mum actually saw a tornado once. She was terrified.

Tyler:

Rebecca: Did she really? When was that?

Tyler:

She was quite young. It was when they lived in America. She was in the car with my grandmother and they were coming home from school.

Rebecca’, They Vet kids out duving, a tornadoV

I don’t think anyone knew there was one. I’m sure my grandmother didn’t realise there was a tornado. Otherwise, they would have stayed at school. She’s quite responsible, you know.

Rebecca: That’s scary, but I don’t think they’re common here in the UK.

I don’t think so either. I wonder if global warming has anything to do with it.

Tyler:

Tyler:

Rebecca: Well, it might do, but I don’t think we can really know. It’s supposed to make temperatures rise, isn’t it?

Maybe in some places, yes, but not everywhere. We learned about it in Science. I think the point is that it changes weather, but how exactly, we don’t know.

Rebecca: So, we could have hot weather in the winter, and cool in the summer.

And it could suddenly become very dry, or very rainy. That’s what usually happens, I think.

Tyler:

Tyler:

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58 Audioscript B2

Speaker A

I’ve lived in Mexico City all my life, and it’s a huge, modem place, and getting bigger all the time. It’s built in the same place as an ancient Aztec city. Unfortunately, there’s almost nothing left of the old city now, but there are reminders of it everywhere, in the buildings and the culture of the new city. I feel that’s enough to give you a sense of what existed here a very long time ago.

Speaker В

I think Paris is a beautiful city, with great museums, amazing buildings and fantastic tree-lined streets. The people are well dressed and highly educated, and there’s a big artistic community in the city. There’s a great mixture of the old and the new. And there isn’t just one special thing about it. Rather, it’s everything together.

If I had to use one word to describe the place, it would be ‘stylish’, I suppose.

SpeakerC

When you ask anyone what the capital of Australia is, they usually say it’s Sydney. Although Sydney is a big, important city, it’s not the capital. The correct answer is Canberra, the city built specifically to be the capital of Australia in the early 20th century. Maybe because it was built from scratch — there was no town or city there before they built it — the lack of history certainly affects the way the city feels. It has a strange, almost empty atmosphere to it.

SpeakerD

Mogadishu in Somalia, East Africa, doesn’t look like a capital city. After years of war and destruction, it’s not a great place to live. Water and electricity are difficult to find, much of the city — the roads, hospitals and schools — doesn’t work properly. This was once a great port on the Indian Ocean, but it’s fallen on hard times. Who knows if it will be great again one day?

SpeakerE

Although it was renamed Ho Chi Min City in the 1970s, the name never really caught on. It’s quite a long name to say in English, so maybe that’s why the old name of Saigon is still used by lots of people. It’s a busy city, full of people going from place to place, selling things in the streets, shouting at people passing by. With so much activity going on all the time, maybe they don’t have time to learn a new namel

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59 Audioscript A1-A6

Tyler:

Hi Rebecca. Can you believe that storm last night?

Rebecca: I know, Tyler, it was horrible. I stayed awake almost half the night. It was so noisy, all that thunder!

I thought it was great! It’s so rare we have storms like that. Still, I hope nobody was hurt, as these things can be dangerous.

Rebecca: My mum saw on the news that power lines had been blown down and some windows were broken. Nothing happened to our house, though. That’s good. What would you do if something bad did happen?

Tyler:

Tyler:

Rebecca: My dad always says to go to the cupboard under the stairs. I’d rather hide under my bed, but I’ve got so much stuff under it, 1 wouldn’t fit! My mum actually saw a tornado once. She was terrified.

Tyler:

Rebecca: Did she really? When was that?

She was quite young. It was when they lived in America. She was in the car with my grandmother and they were coming home from school.

They let kids out during a tornado?

I don’t think anyone knew there was one. I’m sure my grandmother didn’t realise there was a tornado. Otherwise, they would have stayed at school. She’s quite responsible, you know.

Rebecca: That’s scary, but I don’t think they’re common here in the UK.

I don’t think so either. I wonder if global warming has anything to do with it. Well, it might do, but I don’t think we can really know. It’s supposed to make temperatures rise, isn’t it?

Maybe in some places, yes, but not everywhere. We learned about it in Science. I think the point is that it changes weather, but how exactly, we don’t know.

Rebecca: So, we could have hot weather in the winter, and cool in the summer.

And it could suddenly become very dry, or very rainy. That’s what usually happens, I think.

Tyler:

Rebecca:

Tyler:

Tyler:

Rebecca:

Tyler:

Tyler:

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Rebecca: I guess we’d better learn how to be greener, shouldn’t we?

Yes, and not just us, but large factories that give off a lot of carbon dioxide.

Tyler:

Rebecca: I’m afraid it’s going to be too late before long. And then what?

Hopefully that won’t happen. I’m not so optimistic, though.

Well, let’s not give up hope. We should come up with a campaign, to educate others at school about being greener.

I’d like to be involved with that.

OK. Let’s meet soon and talk more about it then.

Tyler:

Rebecca:

Tyler:

Rebecca:

Раздел 2 (задания по чтению)

Вз

А7В1 C4D2E5F6G3

А7-А14

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AIO 1

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Раздел 3 (задания по грамматике и лексике)

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BIO

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B12

Largest

Goes

Has played

Connected

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Aren’t allowed! are not allowed

Have painted

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Heard

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Nervous powerful quietly direction wonderful lawyer

Раздел 4 (задание по письму)

Sample answer:

Stavropol, Russia

December 18‘», 2013

Hi Lydia,

Thanks for your letter. Here’s some advice for you.

First, make sure you have two or three hours free. Make three spaces on the bedroom floor. One space is for things to throwaway. The second space is for things to give to other people. The third is for things you want to keep. As you take things out of the cupboard, decide where they go. Only keep things you really want or need. Only throw away things that are broken or that no-one will want. Everything else goes in the other people’pile. When you’ve finished, take the things to a charity shop, or put a message on Facebook telling your friends what you have.

Good luck!

Love,

Lara

Раздел 5 (задания по говорению)

С2 Warm-up sample answer:

I think it’s a very good idea to have a bank account.

It’s a good place to keep your money safe. If you just keep it in your house or in your wallet, someone might steal it. With a bank account, you can also have a cash card and can take money out of machines when you need it.

Task 1 sample answer:

I don’t really like shopping because it can be tiring and a bit boring sometimes. But, if there’s something that I really want to buy, then it’s fun to go to a shop to get it.

I suppose I go shopping about once or twice a month, sometimes with my mum and sometimes with my friends.

I usually buy clothes or shoes, and sometimes books.

I think shopping online is a good idea, but I’ve never done it. I’m not sure if it’s good for clothes. It’s better to try things on before you buy them, isn’t it?

Do people often buy things they don’t really need?

Yes, I think they do! My older sister buys clothes every week and sometimes she never wears them! I think we also buy too much food sometimes, and throw it away because we haven’t eaten it.

Would you like to work in a shop?

No, I don’t think so. I imagine it’s quite boring being in a shop all day, and I don’t think shop assistants are very well paid. Some people would enjoy dealing with customers all day, but not me!

Test 18: INTERLOCUTOR CARDS

Skills to be tested

Warm-up

1) Is it a good idea to have a bank account? Why/why not?

C2 Task 1 (2.5-3 minutes)

Let the student talk for 1.5-2 Minutes.

Ask only those questions which the student has not covered while giving his/her talk.

1) Do you like shopping? Why! why not?

2) How often do you go shopping? What kind of things do you buy?

3) What do you prefer: going to shops or shopping online, and why?

All these topics must be covered.

Finally, You must ask each student the following questions:

1. Do people often buy things they don’t really need?

2. Would you like to work in a shop?

The student is expected to demonstrate his/her ability to:

• make a request/an invitation

• provide the information required

• accept/reject an invitation

• maintain and conclude the conversation

• be active and polite

Skills to be tested

The student is expected to demonstrate his/her ability to:

• speak at length, elaborating on a topic

• produce coherent utterances

• give reasons

• use appropriate grammar and a good range of vocabulary

C3 Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You play the part of a student at an international English language school. Your name is Fred/Freda. You are in the study hall when your classmate approaches you to ask you about something.

• Agree to lend your tent and ask what your classmate when he/she needs it. (Sure. When do you need it?)

• Say you’ll bring it before the weekend and ask more details about your classmate’s camping trip. (I’ll bring it in on Friday. Where are you going?…

Who are you going with?… Are there lots of things to do while you’re there?)

• Offer to lend your classmate other camping equipment. (Do you need anything else? I’ve got quite a lot of camping equipment.)

• Accept your classmate’s invitation for pizza. (That sounds great. Thanks. Shall we meet here at 7pm?)

Sample conversation

(S = Student; I = Interlocutor)

Hi, Fred/Freda.

Hello!

I was wondering if I could borrow your lovely green tent.

Sure. When do you need it?

This weekend. We’re going on Saturday morning.

No problem. I’ll bring it in on Friday. Where are you going?

We’re going to a campsite in the mountains by a lake.

That sounds great. Who are you going with?

My cousins, Alex and Tony, and my brother.

Are there lots of things to do while you’re there?

We’ll be going fishing and doing some hiking. I’d like to do some bird watchingas well. Really, it’s just great to be in the open air, so I’m looking forward to it.

Do you need anything else? I’ve got quite a lot of camping equipment.

Thanks, but I think my cousins have got everything we need. I just need a tent!

OK, fine.

Listen, we’re going out for a pizza this evening.

Would you like to come with us?

That sounds great. Thanks. Shall we meet here at 7pm?

Perfect. See you then!

Bye!

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