Раздел 1 (задания по аудированию)

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1 gain 2 best 3 report 4 money 5 price 6 up 7 two

8 Wait

Section 2 Reading: First task

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Students’ own answers

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Section 3 Grammar and vocabulary: First task

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2 go 3 send 4 do 5 hide 6 melt 7 feel 8 lead 9 think

10 buy

Section 41 Writing

28 Audioscript Bl

Dialogue A

A: I don’t think I can go on. I need a break now.

B: Come on, you can do it. Just a little bit longer. No pain, no gain!

A: How many miles have I done on this exercise bike today?

B: Only ten. But you can take a rest if you do another couple of miles on it.

A: OK. I’ll do my best.

Dialogue В

A: Hello. I’d like to report a stolen wallet, please.

B: I see, sir. We’ll fill out a report for you. Can you give me the details?

A: Yes, I was travelling on the Underground and I realised it was missing when I got off at London Bridge.

B: What was in it, sir?

A: Not much money, but it had some credit cards and my driver’s licence in it.

F

Students’ own answers

G

1 Thanks for your letter. I’m glad to hear you’re excited about school!

2 I hope my answers help you. Let me know how the class goes!

Section 5 Speaking: Second task

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Students’ own answers

Dialogue C

A: Could I have a kilo of those tomatoes, please?

B: Certainly. That’s eighty pence. Or you can have two kilos for one fifty, as a special price.

A: No thanks. I don’t need that many. But I’ll take some of those onions.

B: Coming right up, madam.

Dialogue D

A: How long before I can go home?

B: Not long. Perhaps in a day or two.

A: Have you had the results of the last lot of tests?

B: Not yet. But if they’re OK when we get them, you can go home.

A: Great. I can’t wait to get out of this bed!

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1 TORNADO

2 HURRICANE

3 STORM

4 COLD

5 RAIN

6 WIND

7 SNOW

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Q 29 Audioscript B2

Speaker A

I like buying things for myself, as most people do. However, I also like to get things for other people, especially my best friend Rachel. I know exactly what she wants, basically because she’s always talking about it! So when her birthday comes round, I always know what to get her. Of course, others may not be so lucky when they buy things for their friends or family for special occasions, but the good thing is that the person who receives it will always appreciate the thought.

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Amy:

Roger:

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Amy:

Roger:

Speaker В

There are lots of places to go shopping where I live, and you can get some real bargains sometimes. I think I most enjoy visiting the local shopping centre. There are lots of things you can do there apart from shopping, like see a film or go bowling. There are also places to eat and it’s a great location for meeting friends. Also, there are so many shops to choose from that you never run out of choices.

Amy:

Roger:

Amy:

SpeakerC

When I get a present from my Aunt Clare, I always know I’m not going to like it. She means well, and it’s not like I don’t appreciate the fact that she’s given me a present, but she always buys something strange — a bright pink sweater I’d never wear, for example, or shoes too big for my feet, or a book I’ll never read. It’s actually really funny. It’s like she’s got no idea who I am and what I like. I still love her enormously though!

Roger:

Amy:

Roger:

Amy:

Roger:

Speaker D

I’m not a big fan of shopping, unlike everyone else in my family. I usually only go shopping when I need something really badly. On those occasions, I generally just go into a shop, look around very quickly to see if I can find what I want, and buy it if they have it in a size that fits. I guess you could describe it as getting in and out in a hurry. There are just better things to do in life!

Amy:

Roger:

Amy:

SpeakerE

I spend a lot of time buying clothes, I must admit. But I’m proud to say that I can make my money go extra far because I’m always looking for things in the sales. So many shops — in the high street, in shopping centres, everywhere — have great offers. You just have to keep an eye out for them. Why pay full price when you can pay half price for similar items? Think about it — a 50% discount on everything you buy means twice the clothes for the same money!

Roger:

Amy:

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Hi, Roger. How’s it going?

Great, Amy. I’m looking for an after-school job to make a little extra money.

Oh really? What do you have in mind?

Well, I’ve just had an interview for a job in the music shop on Regent’s Street. I think it went well.

That’s great. Have you looked anywhere else?

I’ve also applied for jobs in a coffee shop and the local library.

Which of those do you prefer?

I’d say the last one seems the most interesting, since I like reading so much.

It sounds like you’ve found some good opportunities. My sister worked in a coffee shop, though, and it was really difficult.

Oh. Why?

The customers were rude sometimes, and she had to be there early in the morning at the weekend. Also she wasn’t good at making all the different sorts of coffee. That’s why she didn’t last.

I guess it can be stressful doing a part-time job — or any job.

I think it’s hard to study and work at the same time, but the extra money is useful.

I agree, but Td only want to work about ten hours a week. I couldn’t do more than that, like fifteen or twenty hours. Could you imagine working that much, and going to school?

No, but I couldn’t imagine working ten hours a week, either!

I’m sure it won’t be that bad. Besides, I think the boss will be flexible when it’s close to exam time. Maybe — but he might not be. Some bosses aren’t flexible at all. Perhaps you should have asked about that in the interview.

I did. The man who interviewed me in the music shop said it would be OK, as long as I let him know about a week in advance, not the day before or on the day itself.

That’s reasonable. So when will you know if you got the job in the music shop?

I was told Td hear something in a couple of days.

Is that when you would start working?

I said I was available in about three weeks, simply because I’ve got a maths exam in a couple of weeks and Td like to be free to study for it.

Ату:

Roger:

Ah, that sounds OK. Well, good luck getting a job. Let me know what happens.

Thanks, Amy. See you later.

Раздел 5 (задания по говорению)

С2 WarmUp Sample Answer:

Раздел 2 (задания по чтению)

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I like the countryside because it’s a good opportunity to enjoy nature. There are many interesting things to see in the countryside that you can’t see in the city, such as different types of animals, large forests and wide, open spaces. It’s also a good place to relax and enjoy yourself

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Раздел 3 (задания по грамматике и лексике)

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B4 Going

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B6 Was doing

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Had melted BIO first felt Bll Thought

Led B12 Men

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B13 Musician

B14 Actually

B15 Classical

В16 Lovers

В17 international

B18 Incredible

Раздел 4 (задание по письму)

Sample answer:

Perm Russia

18 September 2013

Task 1 sample answer:

There are many different kinds of chores to do round th house. In my house, we wash dishes, clean the living roc and clean our bedrooms. We also have to pick up our clothes off the floor, keep our shoes in the closet, keep th bathroom clean and sometimes do chores in the garden.

I do chores every week because my parents tell me to, and if I don’t do them, I often get in trouble. I don’t mil doing chores, however, as I prefer to keep things clean round the house.

I prefer cooking to cleaning because it’s more fun, and you have something to eat when you’ve finished! Cleaning is hard work and boring.

Should parents give their children money for doing chores?

I don’t think parents should give children money for doing chores, because parents don’t get money for doin chores either. These are also responsibilities that everyc has to do every week, and we don’t have the option ofi doing them — for example, if we don’t want the money.

At what age should children start doing chores?

I think children can start doing small chores at a very young age. They can pick up their toys and put them back where they belong. That can happen as soon as tl can understand how to do it. It’s also a good way for them to make a habit of doing it, so they’ll keep doing it as they grow up.

Hi Kyle,

Thanks for your letter. Tm glad to hear you’re excited about school!

In answer to your questions, I would say my favourite way to learn a language is through films. They are both entertaining and educational. I would probably start with something simple, though. I think it’s easier to read a language first, but if you like speaking, that might be easier for you. So, it depends on you!

I recommend travelling to the country to learn the language if you can. You would have a really great time trying to communicate with people living there.

I hope my answers help you. Let me know how the class goes!

Bye for now,

Gosha

Test 9: INTERLOCUTOR CARDS

Warm-up

1) Do you like the countryside? 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) What kinds of chores and housework do people do round the house?

2) Do you do chores? Why/why not?

3) What do/would you prefer: cooking or cleaning Why?

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All these topics must be covered.

Finally, You must ask each student the following questions:

1. Should parents give their children money for doing chores?

2. At what age should children start doing chores?

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

СЗ Task 2 (2-3 minutes)

You play the part of a student at an international school. Your name is Dan/Danielle. Your classmate comes to your room to ask if he/she can use your computer.

• Agree to let your classmate use your computer and find out what’s wrong with his/her computer. (Yes, of course. Come in. … Is there a problem with your computer?)

• Find out what your classmate will use the computer for. Ask for more information about the subject, as you don’t know much about it. (What do you need the computer for?… What type of weather?… That’s interesting. I don’t know much about hurricanes.

What are they like?)

• Invite your classmate to have dinner with you tonight. (By the way, would you like to have dinner with me tonight?)

• Accept your classmate’s invitation. (That sounds great.)

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

Sample conversation

(S = Student; I = Interlocutor)

Hi, Dan/Danielle.

Hello.

Tm glad you’re in. Would you mind if 1 used your computer for a while?

Yes, of course. No problem. Come in.

Thanks.

Is there a problem with your computer?

Yes — for some reason it won’t connect to the internet. The company said the connection’s fine, so there must be something wrong inside the computer.

I see. What do you need the computer for?

I’ve got to research a weather phenomenon for a project for my English class.

Oh really? What type of weather?

The subject is hurricanes — what they are, where they occur, things like that.

That sounds interesting. I don’t know much about hurricanes. What are they like?

They’re basically huge storms that spin in a circle. They bring strong winds and heavy rains and can destroy homes. I think they usually occur in the southern United States, near the ocean.

It sounds scary. I’m glad they don’t have them here. By the way, would you like to have dinner with me tonight?

Thanks, but I really can’t. I need to start working on my project after I’ve done enough research. But what are you doing this Saturday?

I don’t have any plans yet.

Would you like to go to the planetarium? There’s a new exhibition to see.

That sounds great. Well, I’ll let you do your research. Let me know if you need anything.

Thanks a lot.

You’re welcome.

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Section 1 Listening: Second task

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