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ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ АГЕНТСТВО ПО ОБРАЗОВАНИЮ ГОУ ВПО «САХАЛИНСКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ»


Кафедра__английской филологии__________________________________

(название кафедры)


Ф.и.о. автора_____Долгополая Марина Сергеевна_____________________


Учебно-методический комплекс по дисциплине



Практика устной и письменной речи

(название)


Специальность 050303.65 «Иностранный язык»_________________________

(код по ОКСО) (наименование специальности)


Согласовано: Рекомендовано кафедрой:

Учебно-методическое управление Протокол № 4

«03» мая 2009 г. «23» мая 2009 г.

________________________ Зав. кафедрой _________


ЮЖНО-САХАЛИНСК




Автор-составитель:

Долгополая Марина Сергеевна

ст. преподаватель

кафедры английской филологии

Института филологии СахГУ

Учебно-методический комплекс «Практика устной и письменной речи» составлен в соответствии с требованиями Государственного образовательного стандарта высшего профессионального образования по специальности 050303.65 «Иностранный язык»


Дисциплина входит в федеральный компонент цикла специальных дисциплин и является обязательной для изучения.

Согласование с деканом обучающего факультета:

Декан Т.С.Табаченко

Директор библиотеки______________________


С О Д Е Р Ж А Н И Е

  1. Тематический план…………………………………………………………………..4

  2. Краткое содержание …………………………………………….….4

  3. Литература…………………………………………………………...5

  4. Материалы для самостоятельной работы…………………………………………………………..……5

  5. Программа экзамена………………………………………………...8

  6. АПИМ………………………………………………………..……....9

  7. Банк тестовых заданий…………………………………………………...…………17



1. Тематический план (темы / часы).


№ п/п


Наименование тем

Всего часов

Аудито

рные

занятия

Самост оятельн

ая работа




5 семестр










1.

Changing Patterns of Leisure.

73

27

46

2.

Man and the Movies.

Grammar: Infinitive.

76

30

46

3.

English Schooling.

75

27

48

4.

Bringing Up Children.

Grammar: Gerund.

76

30

46

Итого:

300

114

186




6 семестр




5.



Painting.


Grammar: Participle.


71


27


44

6.



Feelings and Emotions.



71

27



44

7



Talking About People.


71


27


44

8.



Man and Nature.


71


27


44

Итого:

284

108

176

^ 2. Краткое содержание курса (темы практических занятий).

Тема 1. Путешествие. Достоинства и недостатки различных видов путешествий. Сравнение обычаев и традиций народов различных стран мира. Достопримечательности городов мира.

^ Тема 2. Человек и кино. Виды кинофильмов. Прошлое, настоящее и будущее кино. Развитие киноиндустрии в нашей стране и за рубежом. Является ли кино искусством? Роль кино в жизни людей. Артистические способности: врожденные или приобретенные? Должен ли актер играть или проживать роль? Кино и театр: вытеснит ли одно другое?

^ Тема 3. Система образования в Великобритании. Виды общеобразовательных учреждений и образования. Сроки обучения. Достоинства и недостатки системы образования в Великобритании по сравнению с системой образования в России и США. Пути решения проблем, стоящих перед современной системой образования в России. Современное общество - новые технологии - школа: как усовершенствовать эту связь?

^ Тема 4. Воспитание детей. Проблемы взаимоотношения отцов и детей. Методы воспитания в прошлом и настоящем. Методы воспитания детей в различных странах. Проблемы взаимоотношений со сверстниками.

^ Тема 5. Живопись. Различные направления живописи. Самые знаменитые художники Великобритании, США и Росси. Их жизнь и творчество. Мир, создаваемый художниками на полотне: какое влияние он оказывает на умы людей? Художественный талант: врожденный или приобретенный?

^ Тема 6. Чувства и эмоции. Ситуации, взывающие различные эмоциональные реакции человека. Темперамент: различные поведенческие реакции человека. Стресс: как с ним можно справиться?

Тема 7. Человеческая натура. Различные качества характера, свойственный людям. Что есть счастье в понимании людей. Что нас делает несчастливыми?

Тема 8. Человек и природа. Вред, наносимый человеком природе. Экологические катастрофы, произошедшие на Земле по вине человека. Способы уменьшения вредного влияния, оказываемого на природу человеком.

3. Литература.

Основная литература:

  1. Практический курс английского языка. 3 курс. // Под редакцией В.Д. Аракина. - М., 1999.

  2. Вейхман ГЛ. Новое в английской грамматике. - М., 2000.

  3. Каушанская В.Л. и др. Грамматика английского языка. - М., 1965.

  4. Шах-Назарова B.C. Учимся говорить по-английски. - М., 1997.

  5. Ganshina M.A., Vasilevskaya N.M. English Grammar. - M., 1964.

Дополнительная литература:

  1. Апресян Ю.Д. Новый большой англо-русский словарь. - М., 1999.

  2. Виссон Л. Практикум по синхронному переводу с русского на английский. - М., 2001.

  3. Гальперин И.Р. Стилистика английского языка. Учебник. - 3-е изд. - М., 1981.

  4. Стариков Е.Н., Нестеренко Н.Н. Британская пресса. - Киев, 2000.

  5. Тер-Минасова С.Г. Язык и межкультурная коммуникация. - М., 2000.

  6. Guide to English and American Literature. Учебное пособие по английской и американской литературе. Составитель О.В. Зубанова. Изд. 2-е. - М., 1998.


Список книг, рекомендуемых для чтения:

  1. S. Maugham. Stories.

  2. Ch. Dickens. David Copperfild.

  3. Jerome K. Jerome. Three Men in a Boat (To say noting of the Dog).

  4. L. Carroll. Alice in Wonderland.

  5. L. Carroll. Through the Looking Class.

  6. O. Henry. Selected Tales.

  7. W. Shakespeare. Sonnets.

  8. W. Thackeray. Vanity Fair.

  9. O. Wilde. The Importance of Being Earnest.

  10. T. Dreiser. Sister Carrie.

  11. F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Great Gatsby.


^ 4. Материал для самостоятельной работы.

Методические указания студентам по изучению курса «Практика устной и письменной речи».

До начала курса «Практика устной и письменной речи» для 3 курса студенты должны успешно усвоить программы 1,2 курса. Преподавание курса связано с другими курсами государственного образовательного стандарта: «Стилистика русского языка и культура речи», «Древние языки и культуры», «Языкознание», «История языка», «Теоретическая фонетика», «Лексикология», «Теоретическая грамматика», «Стилистика», «Страноведение Великобритании и США».

^ Контрольный перевод с английского на русский язык.

What makes a good teacher?

Sometimes the simplest questions in life are the hardest to answer.

For all of the millions of pounds invested in researching school effectiveness, and the thousands of hours spent by policy-makers reforming education systems, do we yet have a unanimous answer to this most important of questions: "what makes a good teacher?"

The short answer is "no".

But this week saw a significant move towards an evidence-based view that might yet influence the politicians.

At the invitation of the Cambridge Assessment agency, a group of experts gathered at Westminster to pool their research knowledge and grapple towards a definition of a "good teacher".

The timing was excellent since the House of Commons Schools and Families select committee is about to start an inquiry into teacher training.

And it was encouraging that its chairman, Barry Sheerman, who chaired this seminar, said his committee preferred to be informed by evidence based on thorough research rather than on opinion.

^ Teachers with the highest qualifications are not automatically the "best" teachers in the classroom

The timing was good in another way too.

Ofsted has just issued a report praising the innovative teacher-training programme, Teach First.

This scheme places high-quality graduates straight into challenging secondary schools for two years.

In this way it offers practical and hands-on training much earlier than in a traditional teacher training course.

According to Ofsted, the Teach First scheme is both producing a very high proportion of "outstanding" teachers and is also helping to transform the inner-city schools where they are being trained.

It also attracted graduates who might not otherwise have considered teaching.

So this is a good moment to reassess what it is that produces good teachers.

This question also relates to some of the reaction to last week's column, when I wrote about research that found independent schools were recruiting a disproportionate number of the "best" teachers, as defined by those with higher degrees.

A number of respondents took issue with this definition of what makes the "best" teachers.

I should say here, in defence of the researchers, that they used this measure because it was the only one that they could quantify for statistical analysis.

'Soft and fluffy'

They would agree, as would I, that teachers with the highest qualifications are not automatically the "best" teachers in the classroom.

Having got that off our chests, let's turn to what the experts were saying.

Professor Patricia Broadfoot, a former Professor of Education and now vice-chancellor of the University of Gloucestershire, argued persuasively that the evidence from international studies showed that "the highest quality teaching and learning comes when we have the greatest autonomy for the teacher and the learner".

The good teacher, she went on, was someone who was "left to get on with what they think their students need".

This certainly sounded like a rejection of the prescriptive approach of the national curriculum and the numeracy and literacy strategies. Professor Broadfoot went on to propose a much more child-centred approach.

While insisting she was not advocating a "soft and fluffy" style of teaching, she argued that research showed that a good teacher had to engage with "the powerfully charged emotional relationship between teacher and pupil".

So, for Professor Broadfoot, the key ingredients of good teaching included: creating an atmosphere of mutual respect and fairness in the classroom, providing opportunities for "active learning" and humour to encourage pupil engagement, making learning interesting, and explaining things clearly.

'Creative subversion'

Professor Debra Myhill, from Exeter University, took a similar line. She argued that while good subject knowledge and intellectual ability were both important, they were not "sufficient" to be a good teacher.

The crucial ingredient, she argued, was a teacher's ability to reflect on his or her own performance and then to change it.

She too argued for a healthy scepticism towards national policy initiatives.

Indeed she advocated that a good teacher should go in for "creative subversion".

By this, she meant that teachers should neither passively comply with government initiatives, nor should they point blank refuse to implement them.

Instead they should "adapt them creatively".

The third expert, Professor Mary James, from the Institute of Education drew on the massive, 10-year long teaching and learning research programme for her recipe for good teachers.

^ Maybe the wheel is turning?

One of her top 10 requirements was that the teacher should "promote the active engagement of the learner".

Citing studies that showed the academic gains from children working collaboratively in groups, she argued: "If learners are not involved in their learning, they do not learn".

She noted that teachers liked to be given practical guidance on how to improve their teaching, yet what they really needed to develop was their own judgment of what works and what does not work in their own teaching.

This emphasis on engaging pupils and self-reflective teaching might horrify those who support a more traditional subject-based, discipline-oriented approach.

Indeed, for those with long memories, it was the politicians' loss of confidence in child-centred learning that led to the creation of the national curriculum and, with it, a system of national testing to handcuff teachers to a framework of required knowledge.

But maybe the wheel is turning?

The new curriculum for 11-14 year olds, due to start in September, puts much greater emphasis on teacher innovation and local adaptability to pupils' needs.

The big question now is whether - after 20 years of being told exactly what and how to teach - there are enough teachers ready to be "creatively subversive"?

Also, after years of being told in precise detail how to teach, will teachers feel ready both to devise their own way of teaching and engaging students and also constantly to evaluate and adapt their own teaching methods.

We might also ask whether it is too much to ask teachers to do this when, for some, just asserting crowd control requires all their energies.

Finally, although no-one explicitly said a "good teacher" needed to like children, I think this was implicit in their definitions.

However, Professor Myhill did say that "a teacher who hates children may be very good at class management but they are unlikely to be very good at encouraging learning".


Тематика курсовых работ:

  1. Сравнение обычаев и традиций народов различных стран мира.

  2. Прошлое, настоящее и будущее кино.

  3. Достоинства и недостатки системы образования в Великобритании по сравнению с системой образования в России и США.

  4. Проблемы взаимоотношения отцов и детей.

  5. Самые знаменитые художники Великобритании, США и Росси.

  6. Ситуации, взывающие различные эмоциональные реакции человека.

  7. Способы уменьшения вредного влияния, оказываемого на природу человеком.




^ 5. Программа экзамена:


  1. Translate the sentences from Russian into English.

  2. Speak on the suggested topic.


Образец устного перевода предложений на грамматику без подготовки с русского языка на английский:

  1. В этот момент они как раз стояли около небольшой оранжереи в конце сада.

  2. Говорят, что в этот день у него обедал его ближайший друг.

  3. Он несомненно женится на ней.

  4. Десять дней мы, казалось, питались только холодным мясом, печеньем и хлебом с вареньем.

  5. Так прекрасно любить и быть любимым.

  6. Я чувствовал, что у меня екнуло сердце.

  7. Я не допущу, чтобы вы продолжали называть его Даниэлем.

  8. Я предпочел бы умереть здесь, у ваших ног, чем видеть вас замужем за таким человеком.

  9. Единственное, что ему осталось, - это наблюдать и ждать.

  10. Почему бы вам самой не прийти поговорить с ней.

Образец устного перевода предложений без подготовки с русского языка на английский с учетом изученного лексического материала:

  1. «Никогда бы не подумала, что Мери будет распространять сплетни», - сказала Кейт.

  2. На всякий случай нам лучше не подшучивать над ним.

  1. Я слышала, как они разбили вазу.

  2. Чем больше предложений он переведет сегодня, тем меньше их останется на завтра.

  3. Если не будешь внимательным, то попадешь в беду.

  4. Ко мне это не имеет никакого отношения.

  5. Я бы охарактеризовал его скорее как опытного педагога, а не как талантливого переводчика.

  6. Отсутствие сплетен вот, что вам необходимо.

  7. По конец подумав, он дал согласие на этот план.

  8. Она не могла не восхищаться его остроумием.

Примерная тематика устных тем:

  1. Is hiking an ideal way of spending a holiday?

  2. What do you prefer: hiking or picnic? Why?

  3. Cinema and education, their interconnection.

  4. Cinema and theatre. Will one oust the other?

  5. The system of education in England and Wales.

  6. Should punishment be used in class?

  7. Speak on the major environmental problems confronting Russia.

  8. The childhood shows the man as morning shows the day.

  9. The painter you take heart from: his life and artistic heritage.

  10. Managing stress and anxieties: possible ways out.

  11. Your favorite genre of painting. Why?

  12. Expressing feelings and emotions: to restrain or to let out?

  13. Each of us has Heaven and Hell in him.

  14. The essential factor that helps to mould a person's character.

  15. Happiness is this shape.

  16. Guarantee of happy marriage.

  17. Speak on your favorite painter.

  18. Speak about you favorite picture.

  19. Speak on various sources of pleasure.

  20. Speak on the ways of keeping one’s temper.



Программа зачета:

6 семестр- зачет.


Выполнение тестовых заданий АПИМ.


6. АПИМ.

Специальность: 050303.65 «Иностранный язык»

Дисциплина: «Практика устной и письменной речи» 3 курс

Время выполнения теста: 1 час 20 минут

Количество заданий: 28


Требования ГОС к обязательному минимуму

Содержания основной образовательной программы


Индекс

Дисциплина и ее основные разделы

Всего часов

СД.

Цикл специальных дисциплин




СД.Ф.8

^ Практика устной и письменной речи:

Иноязычная культура как содержание иноязычного образования. Фонетический материал необходимый для коррекции и постановки правильного произношения и интонации. Грамматический материал, необходимый для формирования лингвистической компетенции обучаемых. Лексический материал, необходимый для проявления коммуникативной компетенции в наиболее распространенных ситуациях в официальной и неофициальной сферах. Виды речевой деятельности (аудирование, говорение, чтение и письмо, перевод с иностранного языка на родной и родного на иностранный). Практика устной и письменной речи. Практическая грамматика. Практическая фонетика.


584


Тематическая структура АПИМ



№ ДЕ

Наименование

дидактической единицы

ГОС


№ задания


Тема задания

1

Changing patterns of leisure.

1-2

Checking the knowledge of the text “Three men in a boat”, word combinations and phrases and vocabulary.

2

Man and movies.

3-4

Checking the knowledge of the text “Encountering directors”, word combinations and phrases and vocabulary.

3

English schooling.

5-6

Checking the knowledge of the text “To sir, with love”, word combinations and phrases and vocabulary.

4

Bringing up children.

7-8

Checking the knowledge of the text “The fun they had”, word combinations and phrases and vocabulary.

5

Painting.

9-10

Checking the knowledge of the text “Art for heart’s sake”, word combinations and phrases and vocabulary.

6

Feelings and emotions.

11-12

Checking the knowledge of the text “The man of destiny”, word combinations and phrases and vocabulary.

7

Talking about people.

13-14

Checking the knowledge of the text “The happy man”, word combinations and phrases and vocabulary.

8

Man and nature.

15-16

Checking the knowledge of the text “The apple-tree”, word combinations and phrases and vocabulary.

9

Practical phonetics

17-18

Checking the knowledge of the phonetics.

10

Practical grammar .Non-Finite forms of the verb. The Participle.

19-21

Checking the knowledge of the Participle

11

Practical grammar .Non-Finite forms of the verb. The Infinitive.

22-25

Checking the knowledge of the Infinitive

12

Practical grammar .Non-Finite forms of the verb. The Gerund.

26-28

Checking the knowledge of the Gerund



Test

1-variant


Question 1


What does the phrase “to stir smth up” mean?

Answers


1. □ to go at

2. □ to mix smth

3. □ to go over

4. □ to go about


Question 2

What did people do in the text “Three men in a boat”?


Answers


1. □ cooked Irish stew

2. □ had a fight

3. □ went shopping

4. □ sang songs


Question 3

What does the phrase “as a result” mean?


Answers


1. □ to make oneself clear

2. □ as a matter of fact

3. □ to react to

4. □ to some degree

Question 4

What does the word “reflection” mean?


Answers


1. □ very good indeed

2. □ power of resisting

3. □ feeling of doubt

4. □ profound thinking


Question 5

What does the word “waste” mean?


Answers


1. □ profit

2. □ unprofitable use

3. □ advantage

4. □ decency


Question 6

What does the phrase “in fact” mean?


Answers


1. □ actually

2. □ fair

3. □ fare

4. □ no comment


Question 7

What does the phrase “in no time” mean?


Answers


1. □ soon

2. □ actually

3. □ immediately

4. □ already


Question 8

What does the word “to take over” mean?


Answers


1. □ to admit

2. □ to remove

3. □ to resemble

4. □ to occupy


Question 9

What illness did the main character from the text “Art for heart’s sake” suffer?


Answers


1. □ heart attack

2. □ broke a leg

3. □ broke an arm

4. □ insomnia


Question 10

What does the word “to select” mean?


Answers


1. □ gather

2. □ pick out

3. □ pick off

4. □ pick away

Question 11

What does the word “to threaten” mean?


Answers


1. □ to give warning of

2. □ to go slowly downward

3. □ to slide

4. □ to glide


Question 12

What does the word “slippery” mean?


Answers


1. □ shard

2. □ smooth

3. □ cold

4. □ tasteful


Question 13

What does the phrase “to alter manners” mean?


Answers


1. □ to keep body and soul together

2. □ to remind smb of smth

3. □ to feel oneself at home

4. □ to change behaviour


Question 14

What does the word “sympathy” mean?


Answers


1. □ fellow-feeling of pity

2. □ anxious

3. □ to have a fancy for smb.

4. □ altering

Question 15

What does the verb “to put through” mean?

Answers


1. □ to cause to stop

2. □ to pretend to have

3. □ to speak in favor

4. □ to put in communication with


Question 16

What does the word “outstretched” mean?


Answers


1. □ dropped

2. □ spread out

3. □ uncomfortable

4. □ unbroken


Question 17

How do we call the sound [ r ] in the intervocalic position at the junction of words ?


Answers


1. □ linking

2. □ prevocalic

3. □ aspirative

4. □ palatalized


Question 18

When should we avoid the palatalization of the consonants?


Answers

1. □ after front and mixed vowels

2. □ before front and mixed vowels

3. □ after back and mixed vowels

4. □ before front and mixed vowels


Question 19

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

… in Moscow for many years he knew that city very well.


Answers


1. □ living

2. □ lived

3. □ having lived

4. □ having been lived


Question 20

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

The large building … in our street is a new school-house.


Answers


1. □ being built

2. □ built

3. □ having been built

4. □ having built


Question 21

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

… at the station we went straight to the booking office.

Answers


1. □ arrived

2. □ arriving

3. □ having arrived

4. □ being arrived


Question 22

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

The weather seems …


Answers


1. □ to improve

2. □ to have improved

3. □ to be improving

4. □ to be improved


Question 23

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

I intended … my work last night.


Answers


1. □ to have finished

2. □ to finish

3. □ to be finished

4. □ to have been finishing


Question 24

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

He must … about it.

Answers


1. □ forget

2. □ have forgotten

3. □ have been forgotten

4. □ forgot


Question 25

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

This writer is said … a new novel.


Answers


1. □ to write

2. □ to be writing

3. □ to have written

4. □ to have been writing


Question 26

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

I remember … this book.


Answers


1. □ being read

2. □ reading

3. □ having read

4. □ having been read


Question 27

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

My shoes need …

Answers


1. □ being repaired

2. □ having repaired

3. □ repairing

4. □ having been repaired


Question 28

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

On … the answer of the company we handed all the documents to our legal adviser.

Answers


1. □ receiving

2. □ having received

3. □ being received

4. □ having been received

^ 7. Банк тестовых заданий по дисциплине.

Test

2-variant


Question 1

What does the phrase “to put at some place” mean?

Answers


1. □ to understand

2. □ to settle

3. □ to refer to smth

4. □ to be redundant


Question 2

What does the word “scrape” mean?


Answers


1. □ rub roughly

2. □ dirt

3. □ moral condition

4. □ having no taste


Question 3

What does the phrase “to succeed in smth” mean?


Answers


1. □ to raise a problem

2. □ to react to smth

3. □ to manage to do smth successfully

4. □ to make oneself clear


Question 4

What does the word “conscious” mean?


Answers


1. □ opposing

2. □ realizing

3. □ admiring

4. □ reflecting


Question 5

What does the word “decent” mean?


Answers


1. □ district

2. □ allude

3. □ hand over

4. □ proper


Question 6

What does the word “background” mean?


Answers


1. □ social status

2. □ quality

3. □ schooling

4. □ useless activity


Question 7

What did the main character from the text “The fun they had” find on the attic?


Answers


a. □ a pen

b. □ a book

c. □ a notebook

d. □ a bag


Question 8

What does the phrase “next to” mean?


Answers


1. □ between

2. □ among

3. □ near

4. □ above


Question 9

What does the phrase “a nature artist” mean?


Answers


1. □ a professional painter

2. □ a new comer

3. □ a freshman

4. □ an ignorant painter


Question 10

What does the word “artificial” mean?


Answers


1. □ genius

2. □ not natural

3. □ unobscure

4. □ vivid

Question 11

What does the word “to stir” mean?


Answers


1. □ to hurt

2. □ to pay back

3. □ to revenge

4. □ to move around


Question 12

What does the word “injured” mean?


Answers


1. □ insulted

2. □ revenged

3. □ threatened

4. □ painful


Question 13

What does the word “confident” mean?


Answers


1. □ mistaken

2. □ broad-minded

3. □ confused

4. □ sure

Question 14

What does the phrase “to drive up to a house” mean?


Answers


1. □ to remind smb of smth

2. □ to come up to the entrance

3. □ to be littered

4. □ to alter one’s way of living

Question 15

What does the word “to put on” mean?


Answers


1. □ to increase

2. □ to explain the cause

3. □ to set aside

4. □ to write down


Question 16

What does the verb “to put up with” mean?


Answers


1. □ to speak in favour

2. □ to replace

3. □ to bear

4. □ to save

Question 17

How do we call the vowel [i:]?


Answers


1. □ diphthongoid

2. □ affricate

3. □ occlusive

4. □ backlingual


Question 18

When should we avoid the palatalization of the consonants ?


Answers

1. □ after front and mixed vowels

2. □ before front and mixed vowels

3. □ after back and mixed vowels

4. □ before back and mixed vowels


Question 19

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

The railway line …this village with the town was built last year.


Answers


1. □ connecting

2. □ having connected

3. □ connected

4. □ being connected


Question 20

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

The goods … through a customs examination were placed in a warehouse.


Answers


1. □ being passed

2. □ passed

3. □ passing

4. □ having passed


Question 21

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

The boy … in the garden didn’t see me come up to him.


Answers


1. □ worked

2. □ working

3. □ having worked

4. □ having been worked

Question 22

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

The weather seems …


Answers


1. □ to improve

2. □ to have improved

3. □ to be improving

4. □ to be improved


Question 23

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

I intended … my work last night.


Answers


1. □ to have finished

2. □ to finish

3. □ to be finished

4. □ to have been finishing


Question 24

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

He must … about it.

Answers


1. □ forget

2. □ have forgotten

3. □ have been forgotten

4. □ forgot


Question 25

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

This writer is said … a new novel.


Answers


1. □ to write

2. □ to be writing

3. □ to have written

4. □ to have been writing


Question 26

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

These bags require …

Answers


1. □ drying

2. □ having dried

3. □ being dried

4. □ having been dried


Question 27

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

I am surprised at … this.

Answers


1. □ hearing

2. □ having heard

3. □ being heard

4. □ having been heard


Question 28

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

He apologized for … the door open.

Answers


1. □ being left

2. □ having left

3. □ leaving

4. □ having been left

Test

3-variant


Question 1


What does the word “wind” mean?

Answers


1. □ to remove

2. □ a state of confusion

3. □ to make into a ball

4. □ showing poor taste


Question 2

What does the word “steady” mean?


Answers


1. □ firmly fixed

2. □ to come to an end

3. □ rough remark

4. □ a state of confusion


Question 3

What does the phrase “to be smb’s cup of tea” mean?


Answers


1. □ to understand

2. □ to suffer from

3. □ to react to smth.

4. □ to be good at smth.


Question 4

What does the word “interfere” mean?


Answers


1. □ to meddle

2. □ to wonder

3. □ to view

4. □ to fancy


Question 5

What does the word “backward” mean?


Answers


1. □ proper

2. □ suitable

3. □ behind others

4. □ alluding


Question 6

What does the word “to admit” mean?


Answers


1. □ to confess

2. □ to use

3. □ to obtain

4. □ to go over


Question 7

Where did the main characters from the text “The fun they had” study?


Answers


1. □ at school

2. □ in the park

3. □ at home

4. □ on the stadium


Question 8

What does the word “to take down” mean?


Answers


1. □ to pull down

2. □ to admit

3. □ to remove

4. □ to succeed


Question 9

What did the doctor offer for the main character in the text “Art for heart’s sake” to take up?


Answers


1. □ walking

2. □ dancing

3. □ swimming

4. □ painting


Question 10

What does the phrase “an inconspicuous place” mean?


Answers


1. □ vivid place

2. □ unnoticeable place

3. □ clearly seen

4. □ easily observed

Question 11

What does the phrase “easily hurt” mean?


Answers


1. □ sensitive

2. □ character

3. □ injured

4. □ revengeful


Question 12

What does the phrase “to rob smb. of smth.” mean?


Answers


1. □ to present smth. to smb.

2. □ to gift smth. to smb.

3. □ to steal smth

4. □ to take precautions


Question 13

What does the word “drop” mean?


Answers

1. □ not even

2. □ sudden fall

3. □ shame

4. □ intellectual faculties


Question 14

Choose the synonym of the word “embarrass”


Answers


1. □ mix

2. □ stir

3. □ confuse

4. □ confide

Question 15

What does the phrase “to keep track of” mean?


Answers


1. □ to keep in touch with

2. □ to be in pursuit of

3. □ to stand out

4. □ to conceal one’s movement


Question 16

What does the verb “to put aside” mean?


Answers


1. □ to bear

2. □ to save

3. □ to write down

4. □ to set aside

Question 17

How do we call the consonant [η]?


Answers


1. □ occlusive

2. □ palatalized

3. □ back lingual

4. □ prevocalic


Question 18

What is the characteristic of consonant [∫]?


Answers

1. □ palatal

2. □ occlusive

3. □ back lingual

4. □ prevocalic


Question 19

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

… the mountains the summer before the boys understood the difficulties.

Answers


1. □ climbing

2. □ having been climbed

3. □ climbed

4. □ being climbed


Question 20

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

… his things quickly, he hurried to the station.


Answers


1. □ having been packed

2. □ having packed

3. □ packed

4. □ packing


Question 21

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

… all the material he needed, he started to write an article.


Answers


1. □ collected

2. □ having collected

3. □ collecting

4. □ having been collected

Question 22

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

I hoped … him there.

Answers


1. □ to meet

2. □ to be meeting

3. □ to have met

4. □ to be met


Question 23

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

He is known … on this problem for many years.

Answers


1. □ to have been working

2. □ to work

3. □ to be worked

4. □ to be working


Question 24

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

He was …yesterday.

Answers


1. □ to come

2. □ to have come

3. □ to be coming

4. □ to have been coming


Question 25

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

The water seems …


Answers


1. □ to boil

2. □ to be boiling

3. □ to be boiled

4. □ to have been boiling


Question 26

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

I remember … her the letter.

Answers


1. □ showing

2. □ being shown

3. □ having shown

4. □ having been shown


Question 27

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

This dress wants …

Answers


1. □ having washed

2. □ being washed

3. □ washing

4. □ having been washed


Question 28

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

He entered the room without …

Answers


1. □ having been noticed

2. □ having noticed

3. □ noticing

4. □ being noticed

Test

4-variant


Question 1


What did people do in the text “Three men in a boat”?

Answers


1. □ went shopping

2. □ had a fight

3. □ cooked Irish stew

4. □ sang songs


Question 2

What does the phrase “to put up at some place” mean?


Answers


1. □ to settle

2. □ to rub roughly

3. □ to be redundant

4. □ to refer to smth


Question 3

What does the phrase “to have impact on smb” mean?


Answers


1. □ to succeed in

2. □ to raise a problem

3. □ to suffer from

4. □ to produce effect


Question 4

What does the word “irresistible” mean?


Answers


1. □ opposite

2. □ delightful

3. □ doubtful

4. □ suspicious


Question 5

What does the phrase “to take paints to do smth” mean?


Answers


1. □ to make comment

2. □ to play into one’s hands

3. □ to do smth with difficulty

4. □ to set a task


Question 6

What did the children from the text “To sir, with love” show towards their new teacher?


Answers


1. □ utter disrespect

2. □ absolute respect

3. □ were very obedient

4. □ didn’t come to classes


Question 7

Who was Margie’s teacher from the text “The fun they had”?


Answers


1. □ lady Williams

2. □ Mr. Smith

3. □ mechanical teacher

4. □ Mrs. Jones


Question 8

What does the phrase “to take up” mean?


Answers


1. □ to admit

2. □ to occupy

3. □ to remove

4. □ to assume


Question 9

What does the phrase «to avert a disaster” mean?


Answers


1. □ to execute a trouble

2. □ to sacrifice a problem

3. □ avoid a trouble

4. □ to blush a problem


Question 10

What was the last purchase of the main character from the text “Art for heart’s sake”?


Answers


1. □ gallery

2. □ museum

3. □ library

4. □ picture

Question 11

What does the word “precaution” mean?


Answers


1. □ a measure to avoid heat

2. □ a measure to avoid risk

3. □ a measure to have a trouble

4. □ a slip of a pen


Question 12

What does the word “character” mean?


Answers


1. □ moral strength

2. □ special faculties

3. □ a strip of paper

4. □ a statement of an intention


Question 13

What does the phrase “to reach out for smth” mean?


Answers


1 □ alter for smth

2 □ to be littered for smth

3 □stretch for smth

4 □ remind smth

Question 14

What does the word “odds” mean?


Answers


1. □ mazes

2. □ remnants

3. □ volumes

4. □ drops

Question 15

What does the phrase “there’s no room for” mean?


Answers


1. □ no money

2. □ no luck

3. □ no spare place

4. □ no happiness


Question 16

What does the word “limp” mean?


Answers


1. □ shyness

2. □ a lame walk

3. □ wonder

4. □ stretch


Question 17

How do we call the vowel [u:]?


Answers


1. □ diphthongoid

2. □ affricate

3. □ occlusive

4. □ backlingual


Question 18

How do we call the sound [r] in the intervocalic position at the junction of words?


Answers

1. □ prevocalic

2. □ linking

3. □ aspirative

4. □ palatalized


Question 19

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

… an article we used a dictionary.


Answers


1. □ translating

2. □ having translated

3. □ being translated

4. □ having been translated


Question 20

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

… all work they could have a rest.


Answers


1. □ having been finished

2. □ finished

3. □ finishing

4. □ having finished

Question 21

Choose the proper form of the participle to complete the following sentence:

Books …for children are usually very well illustrated.


Answers


1. □ being published

2. □ having been published

3. □ published

4. □ having published

Question 22

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

The goods are reported …shipment for several days.


Answers


1. □ to be waiting

2. □ to have waited

3. □ to wait

4. □ to have been waiting


Question 23

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

He is said … director of a big plant.


Answers


1. □ to have been appointed

2. □ to appoint

3. □ to be appointed

4. □ to be appointing


Question 24

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

He is sure … soon.

Answers


1. □ to be returned

2. □ to be returning

3. □ to return

4. □ to have returned soon


Question 25

Choose the proper form of the infinitive to complete the following sentence:

This writer is said … a new novel.


Answers


1. □ to write

2. □ to be writing

3. □ to have written

4. □ to have been writing


Question 26

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

He felt satisfaction in… them.

Answers


1. □ helping

2. □ being helped

3. □ having helped

4. □ having been helped


Question 27

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

The book is worth …

Answers


1. □ having been read

2. □ having read

3. □ reading

4. □ being read


Question 28

Choose the proper form of the gerund to complete the following sentence:

After … the contract, the representative of the company left Moscow.

Answers


1. □ having concluded

2. □ concluding

3. □ being concluded

4. □ having been concluded





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