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II Grammar

 

1. There isn’t a cloud in the sky, but it _____ cloudy in the morning.


is


was


were

2. We ______ English at the moment. 


are speaking


speak


is speaking

 

3. _____sun shines by day and _____ moon shines by night. 


A, a


A, -


The, the

 

4. This is _____ aunt and _____ new husband.


mine … his


my … her


me … hers

 

5. That is Mr. Smith. Can you see _____ well?


us


him


me

 

6. Little Jane doesn’t like _____ new dress.


she


her


hers

 

7. Do you like beer? – No, I hate _____ .


them


him


it

 

8. We generally have lunch at 12.30, but yesterday we _________ later.


had lunch


have lunched


had had lunch

 

9. Look! Helen _____ the garden. 


are working


work


is working

 

10. Don’t worry about your letter. I _______ it the day before yesterday.


sended


have sent


sent

 

III Essay Writing

How I went shopping

 

Signature of the examiner______________

 

 

EXAM CARD XIV

I Reading

Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde is a famous English writer of the 19th century, Oscar Wilde was born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1854. His mother wrote poetry, and she taught him to love literature.

He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin and Magdalen College, Oxford. Soon after leaving university his first volume of poetry, "Patience" was published.

Oscar Wilde married Constance Lloyd in 1884 and the couple had two sons. When the boys were children Wilde wrote fairy stories for them that were later published as "The Happy Prince and Other Tales" (1888).

Wildes tales are very beautiful. This was followed two years later by the novel, "The Picture of Dorian Gray" (1890) and a book on the role of the artist, "The Soul of Man under Socialism" (1891). However, it was a playwright that Wilde had his greatest success. Comedies such as "Lady Windermere's Fan" (1892), "A Woman of No Importance" (1893), "An Ideal Husband" (1895) and "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1895) made him one of Britain's most famous writers. By 1895 Wilde had left his wife.

Wilde was publicly accused by the Marquis of Queensberry. Wilde sued for libel but he lost his case and was then himself prosecuted and imprisoned.

After being released from Reading Prison in 1897 Wilde moved to France.

The following year he wrote "The Ballad of Reading Gaol" a poem inspired by his prison experience. Wilde's time in prison badly damaged his health and he died in 1900.

His books are read and his plays are staged in many countries and in many languages.

 

 

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II Grammar

 

1. How old are you?

I have 27 years old

I have 27 years

I am 27 years old

 

2. He went to the Stadium..... .

with taxi

by taxi

on taxi

 

3. He plays soccer .....

on Wednesdays

in Wednesdays

at Wednesdays

 

4. I wanted a green shirt but they only had .....

a one white

one white

a white one

 

5. He ..... never been to America.

does

has

haven't

 

6. The room can't be dirty she .....

is just clean it.

have just cleaned it.

just clean it.

 

7. The house was empty. There ..... there.

was anybody

was somebody

was nobody

 

8. Where are you? – I’m _________.

at home

in home

at house

 

9. Listen! Helen _____ the piano. 


are playing


play


is playing

 

10. __________ to the cinema last night?

Did you went

Do you went

Did you go

 

III Essay Writing

Travelling

 

 

Signature of the examiner______________

 

EXAM CARD XV

I Reading

The Beatles

The Beatles to this day are one of the most famous and popular rock'n'roll groups in the world. The group shattered many sales records and had more than fifty top hit singles. The Beatles started a new era of music. Their music was unusual because most rock was strong beat with no melody, and they added melody to the rock. The Beatles also added strong and meaningful lyrics.

The group included George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr). All of the Beatles where born and raised in Liverpool, England. John Lennon was the leader of the band, one of the two lead singers, the rhythm guitarist and a song writer. George Harrison was the lead guitarist. Paul McCartney was a song writer, one of the two lead singers, and a bassist. Ringo Starr played the drums.

The Beatles were discovered on November 9, 1961 by Brian Epstein, a manager of a record store in Liverpool. The Beatles early music was influenced by singers Bob Dilan, Chuck Berry and Elvis Presley. Their first two song were Love Me Do and Please, Please Me. After a while their own musical ideas started to emerge, and their music developed from naive and simple to sophisticated. The Beatles starred in two feature films, A Hard Days Night, which earned 1.3 million dollars in its first week, and Help. They also had their own full length cartoon called Yellow Submarine.

In 1964 The Beatles came to New York City for the first time and were an instant success. A couple of weeks later after their New York appearance, the five best selling records were by The Beatles; they became world-famous. They introduced a new style in clothing and appearance, too. They wore their hair long and shaggy, and soon all over the world people started wearing the Beatles haircut. They were so popular that 'Beatlemania' emerged. In 1967 the Beatles directed a movie Magical Mystery Tour about themselves, in which they toured the English countryside in search of wonder, fun, and magic.

In 1970 the world-famous and world-loved Beatles separated. Thirty-five years later, in 2005, the American entertainment industry magazine Variety named them the most iconic entertainers of the 20th century.

 

 


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