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10 Form TEST Module 2

1.Fill in: lend, save, earn, borrow, cost, pays, afford.

1.Ann is always buying things that … a lot and that she can’t really … .

2.My Mum often … money to her friend but she hardly ever … her back.

3.I really enjoy my Sunday job, but I don’t …very much.

4.He didn’t manage to … any of his wages last month. He spent every last penny!

5.Can I … 200 rubles to go to the café, Mum?

2.Fill in: text, thank-you,credit,sporting,student,household,start,extreme,pocket,action.

1. … sports 6. …chores

2. …events 7. …date

3. …money 8. …message

4. …note 9. …shot

5. …card 10. …loan

3.Put the verbs in brackets into the correct (to)-inf or –ing form.

1.I can’t wait …….on holiday.(go)

2.He’s not crazy about ….. sport. He prefers quieter activities.(play)

3.She can’t stand ….composition. She finds them really difficult.(write)

4.I hate ……football on TV.I think it’s so boring!(watch)

5.I’d love ….. and see your new house some time!(come)

4.Form nouns from the words in brackets.

1.You can try a wide … of extreme sports.(select)

2.Tom looked at her in … .(amaze)

3.He showed us his … .(collect)

4.She made a fast … from the injury.(recover)

5.It was an unacceptable … .(suggest)

5.Fill in: at, out, over, off, about, on, up, after, in, of.

1.My Dad took …the company when his father died.

2.Take … your T-shirt so that I can wash it.

3.Do you take …a hobby?

4. I take … my grandmother.

5.I’m not interested … Maths.

6.She is fond … animals.

7.My brother is really keen … basketball.

8.He is crazy … cooking.

9.She is fantastic … singing.

10.We’re going to take you … for your birthday!

6.Complete the exchanges.

1.I’m on way to the cinema. Fancy coming along?

Thanks, but ……..

2.How about going shopping this afternoon?

That would …….

3.Would you like to come to the party?

I’d love to, but ……..

4.Don’t you think she’s trying hard?

Of course I …………

KEYS:

1.cost,afford/lend, pays/earn/save/borrow.

2.extreme/sporting/pocket/thank-you/credit/household/start/text/action/student.

3.to go/playing/writing/watching/to come.

4.selection/amazement/collection/recovery/suggestion.

5.over/off/up/after/in/of/on/about/at/out.

6. I’m really tired./ be great./I really can’t./do. Her results are great.

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Тест к уроку английского языка по программе Spotlight 10 Module 2

Form:10                                           Test №2

Date: 28.10.2015                            I variant

Name:____________________________________________ 

  1. Fill in: save, cost, pays, lend, borrow, cash, afford, spend.

1.I often …………………. money to my sister but she hardly ever …………. me back.

2.Sam is always buying things that ………………… a lot and that he can’t really ………

3.I did not manage to ……………any of my wages last week. I ………every last penny

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Form:10 Test №2

Date: 28.10.2015 I variant

Name:____________________________________________

  1. Fill in: save, cost, pays, lend, borrow, cash, afford, spend.

1.I often ………………….. money to my sister but she hardly ever ………….. me back.

2.Sam is always buying things that ………………… a lot and that he can’t really ………

3.I did not manage to ……………any of my wages last week. I ………every last penny.

4.Can I ……………. 10$ to go to the cinema, Dad?

5.That new supermarket is really cheap, but they only accept ………….. .

  1. Fill in: sporting, start, pocket, household, extreme.

  1. ………………. Events

  2. ……………….date

  3. ……………… money

  4. ………………chores

  5. ………………sports

  1. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct (to) –infinitive or –ing form.

  1. He hates …………. football on TV. He thinks it’s so boring! (watch)

  2. I am not crazy about ………. Sport. I prefer quieter activities. (play)

  3. We’d love …………… and see your new house some time! (come)

  4. I can’t stand …………. composition. I find them difficult! (write)

  5. Will you ……..me find a part-time job? I’m totally broke! (help)

  1. Form nouns from the words in brackets.

  1. Just look at my …………………….. COLLECTION.

  2. They don’t really agree with my …………………… SUGGEST.

  3. He looks at her …………………………………….. AMAZE.

  4. ………………………. techniques are taught here. RELAX

  5. She made a fast ……………………… from the injury. RECOVER

5.Fill in: up, off, over, out, after.

1. Why don’t you take ……….. a hobby instead of watching TV every evening?

2. Who do you take ………….., your mum and your dad.

3. Tom’s taking me ……………… for my birthday.

4. Mr. Jones took ………… the company when his grandfather died.

5. Take ……….. your trousers so that I can wash them.

Form: 10 Test №2

Date: 28.10.2015 II variant

Name:____________________________________________

  1. Fill in: waste, borrow, cash, save, spent, cost, earn.

1.Don’t ……. your money on silly little things.

2.He really enjoys his Saturday job, but he doesn’t ………… very much.

3.Can I ……………. 10$ to go to the cinema, Dad?

4.That new supermarket is really cheap, but they only accept ………….. .

5.I did not manage to ……………. any of my wages last week. I ………. every last penny.

2. Fill in: thank-you, text, student, credit, action.

  1. ………………………… note

  2. …………………………message

  3. ………………………..loan

  4. ………………………..card

  5. ………………………..shot

3.Put the verbs in brackets into the correct (to) –infinitive or –ing form.

1. He can’t wait ……………… on holiday. (go)

2. I’d love ………………… and see your new house some time! (come)

3. He can’t stand ……………….. dictations. I find them difficult! (write)

4. I’m totally broke! Will you ……..me find a part-time job? (help)

5. My brother hates …………. football on TV. He thinks it’s so boring! (watch)

4.Form nouns from the words in brackets.

1.Have a look at my …………………….. COLLECTION.

2.I don’t really agree with your …………………… SUGGEST.

3.They look at him …………………………………….. AMAZE.

4.………………………. techniques are taught here. RELAX

5.He made a fast ……………………… from the injury. RECOVER

5.Fill in: about, in, at, of, on.

1. She is fantastic …………. cooking.

2. Ann is crazy ………. rock climbing.

3. He isn’t interested …………….. Math.

4. I’m not fond ………… animals so I don’t have a pet.

5. John is really keen ………………. football.

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Лексико-грамматический тест по английскому языку, Модуль 2, Spotlight 10 класс

Module 2. Living and Spending.

1. Listen to the conversation between two friends and answer questions 1-7, deciding whether the statements are True, False or Not Stated.

1. Sarah had an interesting weekend.

2. Sarah saw the activity advertised at school.

3. There were six people on Sarah’s raft.

4. Sarah had all the right equipment with her.

5. Sarah was the only beginner.

6. Sarah had a good tan at the weekend.

7. Sarah wasn’t frightened at all during the trip.

2. Match the words in Column A with the words/ phrases in Column B.

3. Fill in: save, cost, pays, lend, borrow, earn, cash, waste, afford, spend.

1.I often ………………….. money to my sister but she hardly ever ………….. me back.

2.Sam is always buying things that ………………… a lot and that he can’t really ………

3.I did not manage to ……………any of my wages last week. I ………every last penny.

4.Can I ……………. 10$ to go to the cinema, Dad?

5.That new supermarket is really cheap, but they only accept ………….. .

6. Don’t ……. your money on silly little things.

7. He really enjoys his Saturday job, but he doesn’t ………… very much.

4. Fill in: sporting, start, pocket, household, extreme, thank-you, text, student, credit, action.

Grammar

5. Put the verbs in Brackets into the correct form (ing form/ inf./ inf. without to)

1. Please remind me …….(return) the DVD to the video club.

2. My mother made me …… (clean) my room today.

3. Would you like …… (go) shopping tomorrow?

4. I don’t mind …… (watch) this film again.

5. Let me …… (help) you with the bags.

6. Jane hates ……(take) the car to the garage.

7. I can’t wait …… (hear) your news.

8. Kate must ……(see) a doctor as soon as possible.

9. Rick and Diane enjoy …… (do) extreme sports.

10. I’m looking forward to …… (travel) to South America next week.

11. What do you want …… (eat) tonight?

12. I can’t imagine ………….. (live) in another country.

13. He went to her birthday party without ……….(bring) her a present.

14. I can’t help …… (wonder) what is wrong with him tonight.

15. Thanks, I’d love ……………… (join) you.

16. Wendy isn’t keen on ……………(cycle).

Word Formation

6. Fill in the correct world derived from the world in bold.

1. ………………. is quite expensive at this ski resort. ACCOMMODATE

2. Can I make a ……………….. ? SUGGEST

3. When did the two countries sign this …………… ? AGREE

4. James has got a very good university …………. . EDUCATE

5. I hope you a fast ………………….. . RESCOVER

6. He looked at her in ………………….. .AMAZE

Phrasal verbs

7. Choose the correct preposition.

1. Ian has taken in/ up tennis.

2. Why don’t you take off/ out your hat?

3. On her birthday I took my sister over/ out to an expensive restaurant.

4. Your daughter has taken off/ after you. You look so much alike (одинаково).

5. I think you need to take these trousers out/ in; they’re very loose(широкий) on you.

6. Helen will take over/ up the business when her father gets old.

Dependent prepositions

8. Fill in: about, in, at, of, on.

1. She is fantastic …………. cooking.

2. Ann is crazy ………. rock climbing.

3. He isn’t interested …………….. Math.

4. I’m not fond ………… animals so I don’t have a pet.

5. John is really keen ………………. football.

Reading

8. Read the text and match the headings (1-8) to the paragraphs (A-G). There is one heading you do not need to use.

1) A false stereotype

2) An unlucky symbol

3) A colourful present

4) A world famous journey

5) One and the same name

6) The national food

7) A talisman for luck

8) Old holiday traditions

A) When you think of the Irish, you often picture a red-haired person dressed all in green. However, it’s just a popular myth which has grown into a tradition, particularly in the United States. It’s customary inIreland to wear green clothes only on St. Patrick’s Day. Lots of people are tricked by this cliché. However, originally, the colour associated with Saint Patrick was not green, but blue.

B) In Ireland, the colour green was long considered to bring bad fortune. The reason is that in Irish folklore green is the favourite color of the Good People (the proper name for fairies). Myths run that they are likely to steal people, especially children, who wear too much of the colour. In the past, a girl would never wear anything green on her wedding day.

C) Christmas is a very important celebration in Ireland. After dinner on Christmas Eve, it is common for families to leave milk and bread on the table as a sign of friendliness and kindness. Another custom is to leave the door unlocked. A lit candle is left in a window during the night. It represents help for any traveller who is passing by.

D) Potatoes form the basis for many traditional Irish dishes. They are eaten boiled, mashed, fried and baked. Potatoes are mixed with cabbage or green onions to make traditional Irish dishes. They are also made into potato cakes and used in soups or stews. It’s common to find potatoes cooked in two different ways on the same dinner plate.

E) The shamrock is still a popular sign of good fortune in Ireland. It is believed that anyone who possesses one will be blessed with fortune in everything, even in gambling, and will be saved from the evil of witches. There are certain conditions to be met so that its power remains effective: the owner of the shamrock must keep it away from the public eye and never give it to anyone else.

F) The name Gulliver is known to everyone due to the book or the film about the fantastic trip of the English doctor. However, not all of us remember the name of the author Jonathan Swift, an Irish writer, who was born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1667. In his book Gulliver’s Travels a man went to an island where strange tiny people lived. His life there was full of adventures and dangers, he met there friends and enemies.

G) Ireland is known as the native land of limericks – short humorous poems that have five lines. They make people laugh and are easy to remember! Lots of poets and writers were fond of limericks. The word ‘limerick’ probably comes from the Irish town of Limerick. The short poem has made the town known all over the world.

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Контрольная работа Spotlight 10. Module 2.

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Test 10-2

1.Match the words.

  1. student

  2. pocket

  3. household

  4. shopping

  5. weekend

A loan

B spree

C job

D money

E chores

2. Choose the correct answer A, B or C.

1. Helen is ________ to win the race.

A determined B outgoing C reserved

2 . James writes children’s books; he’s very __________ .

A brave B active C creative

3. Ian makes new friends very easily; he’s so ___________ .

A sensitive B sociable C shy

4. Jake loves doing extreme sports; he’s very _________ .

A boring B adventurous C cautious

5. Dave dreams of becoming president one day; he’s extremely _________ .

A imaginative B brave C ambitious

3. Put the verbs in Brackets into the correct form (ing form/ inf./ inf. without to)

1. Please remind me ……. (return) the DVD to the video club.

2. My mother made me …… (clean) my room today.

3. Would you like …… (go) shopping tomorrow?

4. I don’t mind …… (watch) this film again.

5. Let me …… (help) you with the bags.

6. Jane hates …… (take) the car to the garage.

7. I can’t wait …… (hear) your news.

8. Kate must …… (see) a doctor as soon as possible.

9. Rick and Diane enjoy …… (do) extreme sports.

10. I’m looking forward to …… (travel) to South America next week.

4. Choose the correct preposition (phrasal verbs).

1. Ian has taken in/ up tennis.

2. Why don’t you take off/ out your hat?

3. On her birthday I took my sister over/ out to an expensive restaurant.

4. Your daughter has taken off/ after you. You look so much alike (одинаково).

5. I think you need to take these trousers out/ in; they’re very loose (широкий) on you.

5. Choose the correct answer

1. My father is crazy ……… photography.

A about B with C in

2. Mrs Jenkins is fond ….. painting.

A at B with C of

3. Are you interested …… mythology?

A in B at C with

4. I’m very proud ….. you!

A with B of C about

5. Luke is brilliant ….. basketball.

A at B in C on

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Spotlight 10 Module 3 Test

Module 3 (Spotlight 10)

V –I

1.Listening

Listen and mark the correct statement: True, False, Not Stated.

1. Liz thought the interview was a failure.

2.Liz didn`t know what to wear to the interview.

3. Liz`s favorite clothes is jeans.

4.Liz wasn`t asked many questions at the interview.

5.Liz is sure that she`ll get the job.

Задание 2. Установите соответствие между заголовками A – H и текстами.Один заголовок лишний.

  1. Teenagers: stress at school                                   E.   Playing games helps to learn better

  2. Music improves school results                             F.   Tests: more or fewer?

  3. Long summer holidays                                         G.   No lessons at weekends?

  4. Computer games motivate pupils                        H.   Breaks between lessons  

  1. Most adults seem to think that children would learn better if they did more homework. But in fact this is not the case. All the evidence suggests that children need to play more, not less. Play, in fact, is the work of childhood and if youngers played more, they would do much better at school. Psychologists say that classroom role-playing can be very good for child’s development. But we see the demands of the curriculum mean opportunities for such role-play are limited. Role play is valued highly by both children and adults. It can make a significant contribution to learning and development.

  1. I think that breaks between lessons should be longer. It’s necessary for us. We are very tired after our lessons and breaks gives us a chance to stretch our legs after sitting in class. If you are hurry, you can eat something after a lesson. Breaks give an opportunity to prepare for the next lesson. A lot of students want to talk to their friends during the breaks. If the breaks are longer, you won’t feel exhausted at the end of the day.

  1. Our day is quite short. We have six lessons and finish at 14.05. But we also have lessons on Saturday, which is horrible. Students can’t stand going to school on Saturday morning. The weekends are for relaxing and doing things you enjoy. No one is in the mood for lessons on Saturday morning. Everyone would be much happier if we were free on Saturdays.

  1. The teachers think that if summer breaks were shorter, children would do much better at school. When children get back from their long summer break, they don’t just carry on from where they stopped in May. They have to do the same things again. If summer holidays were shorter, this would not happen. People who say things like that can’t remember what it was like to be a child. Actually, the summer holiday is the only time of the year when we can escape from all those tests. If we didn’t have the long summer holidays, we would never get the chance to play and discover the world in our own way.

  1. Tests… Nobody likes them. They are the most stressful situations for pupils. But I can’t say they are a stupid waste of time. If we didn’t have them, I don’t suppose I’d study at all. Some students say that they always forget what they’ve learned as soon as the exams are over. But I remember nearly all of what I’ve learned. What type of tests do I like best: oral or written and which is easier to pass? Of course, ‘essay’ tests are more difficult and serious. You cannot get a high score just by making a lucky guess. So, I think that tests are a necessary part of learning.    

                                                                                                                                                     

  1. According to the research, the most stressful situations for teenagers are the following: when the teacher shouts at them or he is unfair when they are not prepared for the lesson and before a test. If we are prepared for the lesson, we will avoid the negative impact of stress. If the teacher doesn’t shout at pupils and the relationships between teacher and pupils are not complicated, pupils won’t be under stress.

  1. A survey of 1,000 teachers suggests a third of teachers are using computer games in the classroom. But they need to understand how, when and when not to use games to support lessons. If teachers believe computer games are a “motivation tool” they will use them in the future. I think, If they use computer games in the classroom, there will be educational benefits.

3.Match the columns.

1 attend A job

2 strict B school

3 boarding C uniform

4 full-time D classes

5 old-fashioned E rules

4. Fill in the correct word.

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1. The public ……… in this city is horrible.

2. James has got enough ……. to work as a mechanic.

3. My daughter goes to a ……… school .

4. “When are you sitting ……?” “Next Friday!”

5. Peter dreams of a career in the armed ……… .

5. Choose the correct preposition.

1. Leave him alone; stop picking him.

2. Laura is picking … her food; I guess she’s not hungry.

3. I’ll pick you from the station at 9.

4. Read the poem and pick …… all the adjectives.

5. Mother picks her child …… whenever he cries.

6.Choose the correct answer.

1. When we go to Paris, we will climb/will have climbed the Eiffel Tower.

2. James will have completed/will complete his studies by the end of the year.

3. Kim will be performing/will have performed in the school concert next week .

4. The team will be leaving/will have left the office by 9 o’clock tomorrow.

5. ‘We’ve run out of milk.’ ‘Really? I will buy/will be buying some more this afternoon’.

6. This time tomorrow, I will leave/will be leaving for the airport

Module 3 (Spotlight 10)

V –II

1.Listening

Listen and mark the correct statement: True, False, Not Stated.

1.Liz was not pleased with the results of the interview.

2.Liz chose a blouse and a skirt to wear to the interview.

3.Liz didn`t cope well with the coffee incident.

4.Liz had to answer the questions about her previous jobs at the interview.

5.Lis isn`t sure that she`ll get the job.

Задание 2. Установите соответствие между заголовками A – H и текстами.Один заголовок лишний.

1. The wrong goal

2. Extra-curricular over load

3. Too much homework

4. Arguably helpful

5. Too stressful

6. Too many distractions

7. A better system

8. Poor co-ordination

 

A. My problem with homework is that I am rather fond of TV and computer games. Every evening after school it is the same. I start with the highest intentions. I’ll just play one round of Final fantasy and then begin. But it tends to be three rounds and then tea time. Oh — and then my favourite program begins in 10 minutes so I’ll start after that. And so it goes on. Probably I lack motivation.

 

B. It is so much faster doing homework these days. All our assignments can be done on the PC which means correcting and changing things is so easy. But of course the Internet is the biggest shortcut of all. Maybe it’s true what they say that it stops you reading textbooks. You get snatches of information rather than the whole story. Maybe I should try to use the internet less.

 

C. I am a drummer and a pianist. The school really encourages this and I have two one hour lessons a week plus one to two hours daily practice. I am in the basketball team. The school encourages this and we practice twice a week. I got picked to be in the school play. Rehearsals are two hours a week. Will somebody please tell me when I am supposed to get my homework done?

 

D. Exam practice, constant revision, exam techniques and how to get the highest possible grade— is this what education is supposed to be about? The school seems obsessed with grades and the school results league table. We are currently 17th highest achievers in England but if we really try hard this year we might make top 10. Silly me! I thought education was about learning and preparing for adult life.

 

E. For some kids exams bring more pressure than they can cope with. They worry about what their parents will say, not to mention what their teachers or class mates will think. No wonder some of them freeze up in the exam hall and are unable to write anything out of sheer nerves.

 

F. Why do they do it? We get three weeks in a row with minimal homework and then every teacher in the school sets a massive assignment to be completed “by next Friday — no late submissions”. Why don’t they get together and try and even the load?

 

G. I think Continuous Assessment is a very sensible idea. Education should not simply be about slick exam performance, but about overall how you perform in school — how you study, how much you read, how logical and clear your essay arguments are. 50% of our final grading should be based on course work. I think it is fair.

3. Match the words in Column A with the words/ phrases in Column B

Column A Column B

1 armed A transport

2 flight B school

3 public C attendant

4 co-educational D classes

5 extra-curricular E forces

4. Fill in the correct word.

uniform profession specialist fail course

6 If you don’t study hard, you’ll …… your Philosophy exam.

7 I hate my school ……… but I have to wear it.

8 Paula wants to pursue a career in the medical ……… .

9 Sandy really likes cooking, she wants to enroll on a cookery ….. .

10 If you want to study Art you should go to a ……… school.

5.Choose the correct preposition.

1. At what time can I pick you …..

2. We ordered delicious dishes in a restaurant, but Liz was picking ….. her food.

3.Mike is new to our class, that’s why everyone is always picking him….

4. Excuse me! Can you help me pick ….. a tie(галстук) matches my shirt?

5. She doesn’t like her brothers because they always pick ….. him.

6. Choose the correct answer.

1. I will collect/will have collected you from Peter’s house on my way home.

2. ‘How is your project coming along? Is it done?’ ‘Not yet, but I will finish/ will have finished it by the time the holidays are over.’

3. ‘What are your plans for the weekend?’ ‘I am spending/will have spent some time with my friends.’

4. Richard is such a poor guy, he has got the flu, but his elder sister will have taken/is going to take care of him, she’s a nurse.

5. I `ll wait/ will have been waiting here until Jane comes.

6. I will be missing/going to miss/miss the flight because of this terrible traffic jam!

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Тест по английскому языку 10 класс Spotlight

10th Grade

Module 2

Variant 1

LISTENING

Listen to the conversation between two friends and answer questions A1-A7, deciding whether the statements are A (True), B (False) or c (Not stated).

A1 Sarah had an interesting weekend.

A True B False C Not stated

A2 Sarah saw the activity advertised at school.

A True B False C Not stated

A3 There were six people on Sarah’s raft.

A True B False C Not stated

A4 Sarah had all the right equipment with her.

A True B False C Not stated

READING

A5 Sarah was the only beginner.

A True B False C Not stated

A6 Sarah got a good tan at the weekend.

A True B False C Not stated

A7 Sarah wasn’t frightened at all during the trip.

A True B False C Not stated

Read the text and match items A-G to the gaps 1-6. There is one item you do not need to use. Write your answers in the table below.

There are many different kinds of activities for us to enjoy nowadays. In fact, there is something for all personality types.

If you are the brave, adventurous kind, you can try skydiving or white-water rafting. Many people are crazy about sports like these 1_____ . Today we live in the “extreme” sport world. We seek adventure instead of 2_____ .

If you are the quieter type, you may enjoy gardening or fishing. These activities are more relaxing 3_____ . Seeds sewn in the spring result in beautiful flowers that can brighten up your mood; fishing with friends can strengthen the relationship you have, or may just be a relaxing day out with a tasty supper at the end!

The imaginative may take up art classes or learn sculpture. In today’s fast-paced world we all appreciate the opportunity to express ourselves and take it easy 4_____ . Solitary activities like knitting or stamp collecting, once considered to be old-fashioned, are becoming popular again.

Traditional team sports like football or basketball are great for developing team spirit and a sense of national pride. However, shy, reserved types prefer to watch them from the comfort of their couches rather than practice the sport itself. It is a pity, 5______ .

Today’s pastimes are often linked to technology and may encourage us to be lazy. Surfing the Net or chatting online is a popular pastime for many but more sociable types prefer to go to the cinema or go to an exhibition 6_____ .

Whatever we like to do in our free time the main thing is to find something that we enjoy doing and be open to new experiences.

A as sports like these have the ability to make us fit and strong

B and they bring many rewards

C because some people would rather go snowboarding

D where they can be in direct contact with people

E because of the adrenaline rush they get from them

F after a hard day at the office

G staying at home and playing cards or board games

B1

1

2

3

4

5

6

USE OF ENGLISH

  1. Match the words in Column A with the words in Column B. Write your answers in the table below.

  1. student

  2. pocket

  3. household

  4. shopping

  5. weekend

A loan

B spree

C job

D money

E chores

B2

1

2

3

4

5

  1. Fill in the correct word.

earn lend borrowed save charge

B3

B4

B5

“Tina, here’s the 10 pounds I _____ from you.”

“Thank you very much.”

I never go to this restaurant because they always _____ us more than they should.

How much does Jane _____ from her job?

B6

B7

Do you manage to _____ any money or do you spend it all?

Can you _____ me some money? I’m broke!

  1. Choose the correct preposition.

B8

B9

B10

B11

Ian has taken _____ tennis.

Why don’t you take _____ your coat?

On her birthday I took my sister _____ to an expensive restaurant.

Your daughter has taken _____ you. You look so much alike.

B12

B13

I think you need to take these trousers ____; they are very large on you.

Helen will take _____ the business when her father gets old.

  1. Fill in the correct word derived from the word in bold.

B14

B15

B16

B17

B18

_____ is quite expensive at this ski resort.

He looked at her with _____.

I hope you have a fast _____.

I like your _____.

I don’t really agree with this _____.

ACCOMMODATE

AMAZE

RECOVER

COLLECT

SUGGEST

  1. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form: —ing form, to-infinitive or infinitive without to.

B19

B20

B21

B22

B23

B24

B25

My mother made me _____ my room.

Would you like _____ shopping tomorrow?

I don’t mind _____ this film again.

Jane hates _____ the car to the garage.

Kate must _____ a doctor as soon as possible.

Rick and Diane enjoy _____ extreme sports.

I’m looking forward to _____ to Africa next summer.

CLEAN

GO

WATCH

TAKE

SEE

DO

TRAVEL

10th Grade

Module 2

Variant 2

LISTENING

Listen to the conversation between two friends and answer questions A1-A7, deciding whether the statements are A (True), B (False) or c (Not stated).

A1 Sarah had an interesting weekend.

A True B False C Not stated

A2 Sarah saw the activity advertised at school.

A True B False C Not stated

A3 There were six people on Sarah’s raft.

A True B False C Not stated

A4 Sarah had all the right equipment with her.

A True B False C Not stated

READING

A5 Sarah was the only beginner.

A True B False C Not stated

A6 Sarah got a good tan at the weekend.

A True B False C Not stated

A7 Sarah wasn’t frightened at all during the trip.

A True B False C Not stated

Read the text and match items A-G to the gaps 1-6. There is one item you do not need to use. Write your answers in the table below.

Number of teenagers with Saturday job has dropped. Young people do not acquire any experience for their CVs – an important step towards getting full-time work. The proportion of teenagers combining part-time jobs with school or college has slumped from 40% in the 1990s to around 20% now, according to the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), a government agency. Latest figures show that only 1_____ in 1997.

The trend is not just recession-related, but the result of an increasing expectation 2_____ well as a falling number of Saturday jobs, according to the report. Many of the jobs that young people do, such as bar work, are in long-term decline, and are forecast to decline further over the next decade.

“Recruiters place significant emphasis on experience … 3_____,” the report says. Word of mouth is the most common way to get a job, 4_____ young people are unable to build up informal contacts, it adds.

Mr. Todd, a commissioner at the UKCES, said: “There’s more emphasis on doing well at school, young people are finding less time to do what they would have done a few years ago. I think it’s also the changing structure of the labour market. Retail is still a big employer, 5 _____. As a consequence, we need to think about how we get young people the work experience they need.”

A new initiative to send employees into state schools to talk about their careers was also launched recently. The scheme, Inspiring the Future, is meant to give state schoolchildren access to the kind of careers advice that private schools offer. The deputy prime minister said: “The power of making connections 6 _____ and can be life-changing.”

A that it was researching the system of funding education after 16

B 260,000 teenagers have a Saturday job compared with 435,000

C but young people are leaving education increasingly less experienced

D that inspire young people is immeasurable

E but an increasing shortage of work experience means

F but a lot more of it is being done online

B1

1

2

3

4

5

6

USE OF ENGLISH

  1. Match the words in Column A with the words in Column B. Write your answers in the table below.

  1. household

  2. pocket

  3. text

  4. extreme

  5. credit

A card

B message

C sports

D money

E chores

B2

1

2

3

4

5

  1. Fill in the correct word.

lend spent earned save waste

B3

B4

B5

I am happy I have _____enough money to go on a nice holiday this year.

We would have to _____ a long time to afford that car.

Could you _____ me some money to pay for this now? I promise to pay you back!

B6

B7

He _____ all his money last weekend at the fair.

There is nothing I want to buy and I don’t want to _____ my money.

  1. Choose the correct preposition.

B8

B9

B10

I’d love to take _____karate. Do they have lessons at the gym?

Will you take this silly hat _____? You look ridiculous.

They say I take _____ my mum.

B11

B12

B13

Do you think you’ll take _____ your mum’s shop when she gets old?

I’ll have to take _____ these trousers. The legs are too wide.

If you pass your exam, I’ll take you _____ for a nice meal.

  1. Fill in the correct word derived from the word in bold.

B14

B15

B16

B17

B18

Can I make a _____?

When did the two countries sign this _____?

James has got a very good university _____.

He made a fast _____ from the injury.

_____ techniques are taught here.

SUGGEST

AGREE

EDUCATE

RECOVER

RELAX

  1. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form: —ing form, to-infinitive or infinitive without to.

B19

B20

B21

B22

B23

B24

B25

Will you let me _____ your black jacket tonight?

No way! I want _____ myself.

I can’t stand _____new people.

Sorry, but you can’t _____ here.

I don’t mind _____.

I look forward to _____ you at the party.

Would you mind _____me with the dishes?

BORROW

WEAR

MEET

SIT

STAND

SEE

HELP

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Module 2

  1. Match the words / phrases in Column A with the words / phrases in Column B.

    1 household

    2 shopping

    3 sporting

    4 pocket

    5 thank- you

    ———

    ———

    ———

    ———

    ———

    A note

    B events

    C spree

    D chores

    E money

  2. Fill in the correct word.

afford, borrow, waste, lend, owe, pays, buying

1) I often ________ money to my sister but she hardly ever ________ me back.

2) Can I ________ $10 to go to the cinema, Dad?

3) Mary, here’s the money I ________ you.

4) Sam is always _______ things that he can’t really ________ .

5) Don’t _________ your money on silly little things!

3. Choose the correct answer A, B or C.

1) Claire is _______ on going to the gym after work.

A fond

B interested

C keen

2) James writes children’s books; he is very ________ .

A brave

B active

C creative

3) ________ people tend to enjoy extreme sports.

A shy

B adventurous

C reserved

4) Dave dreams of becoming president one day. He’s extremely ________ .

A imaginative

B brave

C ambitious

5) _______ people are very careful about what they do.

A cautious

B sensitive

C outgoing

4. Underline the correct preposition.

1) The dress was loose for me so I took it to the tailor and got it taken in/ after. 2) Please take your shoes on/off before entering the temple. 3) If you love Susie why don’t you take her away/out on a date? 4) That’s an interesting project. I think I’ll take it out/up. 5) She takes after/over her grandmother. 5. Fill in the correct word derived from the word in bold.
1. James received a very good ________ at university. 2. You can find either cheap or expensive ________ in every large city. 3. I hope you have a fast ________ . 4. After long negotiations the companies signed the ________ at last. 5. I would like to make a _________ . 6. He looked at her in ________ . 7. As I go in for sports, I often take part in ________ . EDUCATE

ACCOMMODATE
RECOVER

AGREE
SUGGEST
AMAZE
COMPETE

6. Choose the correct answer A, B or C.

1) Ann is crazy ________ Rolling Stones.

2) I’m not fond ________ cooking so I rarely cook.

3) Mark is interested _________ different things, he’s got lots of hobbies.

4) My Mum was so proud ________ my little sister for winning the beauty contest.

5) I’m terrible ________ Maths – that’s my least favourite subject.

7. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form: — ing form, to-infinitive, or infinitive without to.

1. I would like _________ (come) to the party with you.

2. I dislike ________ (wait).

3. Mary wants _________ (speak) English better so she practices every day.

4. They couldn’t help _________ (laugh). 5. I don’t mind ________ (walk), the weather is fine today. 6. Do you fancy _________ (go) to the cinema tonight? 7. My brother enjoys _________ (listen) to rock music. 8. We’re thinking of ________ (visit) Austria next month. 9. She is keen on _________ (study) medicine and wants to become a surgeon. 10. “Let me _________ (take) a look at your wound!” he said. 11. “I can’t _________ (agree) to your plan! It’s so risky!” 12. I hate ________ (go) to clubs. They are too noisy for me. 13. I wanted to go out, but Dad made me _________ (do) my homework first. 14. I look forward to ________ (hear) from you. 8. Circle the correct response. 1. I’m on my way to aerobics class. Do you fancy coming along?
A Sure! Why not? B I’ll call you about it later.
2. Would you rather go to the cinema or to the theatre”
A Oh, I much prefer the theater. B No, but I’m going on Saturday.
  1. Don’t you think she spends too much money on clothes?
    A You are wrong there. B Oh, really where?
  2. Would you like to come to the Chinese restaurant tonight?
    A By the way, how did the gym go? B I’d love to, but I’m afraid I can’t.
  3. How about going fishing this weekend?
A Oh, I’ve got an arts class tonight! B I’m not keen on fishing.

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