Раздел X (задания по аудированию)

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A3 В5 C1 D2

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1 at the crack of dawn 2 produce 3 ran into

4 hold on

Section 2 Reading: First task

C

Students’ own answers

D

1 No 2 No 3 Yes 4 No 5 No 6 Yes 1 Yes

Section 3| Grammar and vocabulary: First task

He

She

You

We

They

Me

My

His

Mine

His

Her

Her

Hers

You

Your

Us

Ours

Them

Their

Theirs

F

1 going 2 to call 3 to hear 4 being 5 to leave 6 to eat

Section 41 Writing

G

Students’ own answers

Section Speaking: Second task

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Lb 2a 3d 4e 5c

I

1 meeting 2 to meet 3 meet 4 meet 5 meeting

6 to meet 7 meet 8 meeting

Q 60 Audioscript Bl

Dialogue A

A: Don’t go near the cage! Cant you read the sign?

B: Its ok, it wont bite me. Look…

A; Come away from there! And don’t give it any of your sandwich — you’re not supposed to feed the animals!

B: Oh, look, it wants to get out. Can we take it home with us?

A: Don’t be silly! They’re not pets, you know.

Dialogue В

A: What does it say on the list we need to buy?

B: Carrots and soap. The vegetables are over here, just inside the main door.

A: What sort of soap? There’s lots of different types of soap to choose from. Look — hand soap, soap for the shower, soap with no chemicals…

B: I don’t know — Mum just wrote ‘soap’. Let’s just get what she always gets.

Dialogue C

A: Can you take me as far as Heathrow Airport with all these bags?

B: Yes, no problem. But the fare will be quite expensive, as there’s an extra charge for the suitcases.

A: I see. How much will it cost and how long will it take to get there?

B; It’ll cost around a hundred pounds and the drive takes about forty-five minutes.

Dialogue D

A; Try not to touch anything. You might break something and everything here is really old and really expensive.

B: I’ll be careful. Where shall we start? Have you got a guidebook or a map?

A: Yes, let’s see… Why don’t we go to the Ancient Egyptian room first?

B: Great, I love those statues and all that golden jewellery!

Test 19

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A1-A6

А6 В 1 C4 D3 E2

© 61 Audioscript В2

Speaker A

My family and I recently went to this new restaurant. We sat down and ordered, then the waiter left. After twenty minutes and no food, we complained to another waiter, who told us he’d check on our order. Thirty minutes passed, then our food arrived, which was all wrong. I would have eaten anything at that point, because I was so hungry. But they’d brought me a horrible salad. I just ended up eating my dad’s hamburger.

Speaker В

I love going out to eat because the food’s always so much better than what we have at home. Often, though, I find myself having trouble with ordering. I usually want at least three things on the menu. I’ll start off wanting pizza, but then I wonder if nachos would be better, or a hamburger with a side dish of chips. I finally choose something, but by the time it arrives, I wish I’d chosen something elsel

SpeakerC

At my school, we’re allowed to leave the building to eat during lunch. My friends and I have been going to this new burger joint about three blocks from school.

We have to rush to get there and order, because we only have 45 minutes for lunch. And, by the time our food comes, we have even less time to eat it. But I don’t mind, the food is still good even if you have to eat it quickly.

SpeakerD

There have been some new restaurants that have opened recently round here. We’ve tried a few, and I liked their food. But what Tve realised is that I really appreciate our old places. They’ve got some of the best dishes, and we’ve been to these places so many times that we actually know the waiters quite well. For the new places, I wish them the best of luck. But I don’t think they’ll be seeing me round much.

SpeakerE

I enjoy going out with my family, and eating out is usually the only time we do this. But my dad always insists on going to the pizzeria near our house. It’s true that they have the best pizza in town, but one night I begged my dad to go to this Thai restaurant. He wasn’t keen on it at first, but in the end he loved it. It was something different for all of us, and that made it a very special occasion.

Al

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

62 Audioscript А1-А6

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Hi, Tina.

Hi, Colin. I’m glad I ran into you. I have a suggestion for you.

Oh, yes? What’s that then?

Well, the summer holidays are coming up, and I was wondering if you had any plans?

Oh, my parents had promised to take me to France, but then, just as we were going to book the hotel, my Dad’s boss told him he had to go to Germany for work, so no trip to France for us this year.

Oh, bad luck. So if you’re not going on holiday, how about coming with me to my uncle’s farm in the country?

Oh, wowl I love the countryside, the little houses, walking through the hills…

Hold on, though. It’s not just a holiday. We’ll have to help out around the farm. You know, do our bit.

That’s even better. I’ve never been on a farm before. What sort of things will we be doing? Ok, well, the main thing is that we’ll have to get up at the crack of dawn. Farmwork starts when the day starts, so there’s no lying in bed. Animals don’t sleep late, you know.

I don’t mind seeing the sun come up, especially if the weather’s nice. What sort of animals are there on the farm?

Lust chickens and cows, so we’ll collect the eggs and let the cows out before breakfast.

Fresh eggs and fresh milk, delicious! Lovely organic produce’, eh? I can already taste it.

My aunt cooks a great breakfast, it’s true! Then we’ll spend the day picking fruit, because it’s harvest time and the fruit is ready. My uncle has apples, a lot of apples.

Oh, dear, I can’t do that. I can’t climb a ladder, it makes me feel sick and dizzy…

Well, if it’s too high for you, I can go up the ladder and pick the fruit and pass it down to you.

Oh, ok, that’s a good idea. I can’t even look at a tall tree…

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Tina:

Colin:

Are you sure you want to come to the farm? You’re not scared of animals, too are you? They can be difficult to deal with sometimes, you know.

Me? No! I want to be a vet when I leave school. I love helping them, making them better when they’re ill. It’s a great job, I think.

My uncle says working on a farm is really hard work, so…

Yes, but it’ll be great to see them close up, good experience for me if I want to do it for a living.

I suppose so. I want to be a writer, so maybe it’ll be a good experience for me too.

Maybe you can write a book about the animals on a farm!

Раздел 4 (задание по письму)

Sample answer:

Penza, Russia October 19*, 2013

Раздел 2 (задания по чтению)

Вз

A5B8C2D3E7F1G4

Hi Noel,

Thanks for your letter. It was really good to hear from you. Your project on shopping sounds interesting.

Tm very happy to answer your questions.

I’m not very keen on shopping so I don’t go very often — maybe once a month. I sometimes go shopping with my mum, but more often I go with friends or my sister. We usually go into the town centre, or sometimes to a large shopping centre which is near my house. 1 usually buys clothes and games and things for school. I also buy things like birthday presents for my friends and family.

I hope my answers were useful.

Bye for now!

Yelena

А7-А14

А7

А8

А9

AIO 2

All

A12

A13

A14

2

1

3

2

Раздел 5 (задания по говорению)

С2 Warm-up sample answer:

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Раздел 3 (задания по грамматике и лексике)

В4-В12

В4

В5

В6

В7

В8

В9

В10

ВИ

В12

Travelling

Told

Didn’t understand! did not understand

Doesn’t have/does not have

Felt

Better

First

Mine

Wasn’t! was not

I think it’s really important to be able to speak a foreign language, because it means you can communicate with people from different places. I mean, if you only speak the language from your country, you wont be able to talk to someone from another country. That’s why a lot of people learn English, because it is a common language in the world today.

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В14

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Variety

Useful

Travellers

International

Connection! connections

Extremely

Task 1 sample answer:

I think it is very important to know people of all ages, because you can learn things from them. If you just know people your own age, then you’re missing something, in a way. Our parents are older than us, and sometimes our brothers and sisters or cousins are younger than us, so you can see that it’s normal to be with other people who are different ages.

You can learn a lot from olderor even younger people. Older people have more experience in the world and can help you with your problems, because they have faced the same problems in the past. My grandmother is really old and she helps me with my problems, particularly with other people. My little sister is only four years old, and when I watch her, I can see how she sees the world differently and it makes me think how we learn about the world and how this changes us.

Older people are different because maybe they have more responsibilities than me. I don’t have a job or a house or

Any children to look after, so I think that is a big diftierence. People who are even younger than me have even fewer responsibilities than me — no homework, perhaps, or no jobs to do around the house because they are too young.

Do you admire one particular older person?

Yes, I think I admire my grandmother the most.

As I said, she is very old and very clever now from all her experience, and she can explain things to me that a younger person just wouldn’t know about. She worked for many years and now she is retired, so she has seen a lot in her life and I’m lucky to learn things from her.

How do you think you will change as you grow older?

I think — I hope -1 will become cleverer. I mean, through my experiences, I hope I learn from my mistakes and I will try not to make them again. I think when you grow older you might become more serious, but I don’t want that. I think it’s important to stay young at heart, even if you have serious responsibilities like a family and job.

Test 19: INTERLOCUTOR CARDS

Warm-up

1) Is it important to speak a foreign language? Why?

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) Is it important to know people who are older and younger than you?

2) What can you learn from each other?

3) How are you different or similar to each other?

All these topics must be covered.

Finally, You must ask each student the following questions:

1. Do you admire one particular older person?

2. How do you think you will change as you grow older?

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 school. Your name is Frank/Frances. You are having your lunch. A classmate approaches you to ask you about something.

• Tell them you think Belfast University is a good place to do theatre studies. (Belfast University

Is a good place to study theatre studies.)

• Ask them why they want to do theatre studies. (Why do you want to do theatre studies?)

• Ask them if they want to meet your brother, who is an actor. Suggest that they come to your house this evening. (Look, do you want to meet my brother?

You could ask him some questions. … How about this evening at about eight o’clock?)

• Agree to meet on Friday after school for a coffee. (Yes, I think so. I’ll arrange it.)

Skills to be tested

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

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Sample conversation

(S = Student; I = Interlocutor)

Hi, Frank/Frances. How are you?

Hi, I’m fine, thanks.

I’m glad I saw you, because I want to ask you something about a university course.

Oh, really, what’s that?

I want to do theatre studies but I’m not sure which university to go to.

Oh, I see. Belfast University is a good place to study theatre studies. That’s where my brother went. He studied that course and said it was great.

Really? That’s great, thanks.

Why do you want to do theatre studies?

It’s a really interesting subject, and I think I want to be an actor one day.

Look, do you want to meet my brother? You could ask him some questions. He’s living at home at the moment.

Yes — that would be fantastic!

How about this evening at about eight o’clock?

Oh, I can’t this evening. I have to stay in and study for a really important test tomorrow.

OK, never mind.

But maybe we could all meet for a coffee after school on Friday. Do you think your brother will he free then?

Yes, I think so. I’ll arrange it.

Great. See you on Friday after school, then.

Ok, bye!

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