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Write an annotation translation of the text

II Grammar

 

1. He always _____ his family

call

calling

calls

2. Ann ________ me yet.

haven’t called

didn’t call

hasn’t called

 

3. Peter ______ come tomorrow

will be

will

is

 

4. Look! Who ____________.

is coming

come

go

5. She can’t help you now, she __________ a shower.

has

is having

haves

 

6. _______ you ever ________ to America?

Did ... go

Have .... go

Have ... gone

 

7. He _______ tennis yesterday.

didn’t play

didn’t play in

doesn’t play

 

8. ___ she ______ early?

Does ….. get up

Do….. gets up

Does…. gets up

 

9. ________ I help you?

Do

Can

Have

 

10. ____ he already ______ the exam?

Have ….. passed

Has …. passed

Did …… pass

 

 

III Essay Writing

My favorite singer (band)

 

 

Signature of the examiner______________

EXAM CARD XIX

I Reading

Halloween

Halloween is a festival that takes place on October 31. In the United States children wear costumes and masks and go trick-or-treating. Many of them carve jack-o'-lantens out of pumpkins. Fortunetelling and storytelling about ghosts and witches are popular activities.

Halloween developed from new year festivals and festivals of the dead. Christian church established a festival on November 1 called All Saints' Day so that people could continue to celebrate their festivals.

The Mass said on All Saints' Day was called Allhallowmass. The day before All Saints' Day was known all hallows' Eve or All Halloween.

The main Halloween activity for children is trick-or-treating. Children dress in costumes and masks and go from door to door saying "trick or treat". The neighbours give children such treats as candy, fruit and pennies so that children do not play tricks on them.

Jack-o'-lanterns are hallowed-out pumpkins with face carved into one side. Most jack-o'-lanterns contain a candle inside. An Irish legend says that jack-o'-lanterns are named after the man called Jack.

He could not enter heaven because he was a miser, and he could not enter hell because he had played jokes on devil. As a result, Jack has to walk on the earth with his lantern until Judgment Day.

Fortunetelling is an important part of Halloween. For example, a coin, a ring, and a thimble were baked into a cake. It was believed that the person who found the coin would become wealthy. The one who found the ring would marry soon. And the person who found the thimble would never get married. Today people practice cardreading or palmistry.

People once believed that there were many ghosts and witches on the Earth and that they met on October 31 to worship the devil. Today, people do not believe in ghosts and witches but they like to tell stories about them on Halloween.

 

 

Write an annotation translation of the text

II Grammar

 

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



is just clean it.

have just cleaned it.

just clean it.

 

2. Great Britain consists of ... parts.

the three

three

a three

 

3. 'We'd better take a taxi to the station' ' Yes, the train..... in 15 minutes'

has left

leaves

wiil have left

 

4. Cathy doesn't study enough.' 'I know. I'm afraid she.... her exam.'

won't pass

won't be passing

won't have passed

 

5. He ________ that book now.

is reading

reads

reading

 

6. Tom usually ... football.

is playing

play

plays

 

7. It... snow hard tomorrow.

will

is

be

 

8. ___ she ______ early?

Does ….. get up

Do….. gets up

Does…. gets up

 

9. There ... many children in the hall last time.

are

were

will be

 

10. My friends ... to the theatre yesterday.

went

have gone

had go

 

 

III Essay Writing

About myself

 

Signature of the examiner______________

 

 

EXAM CARD XX

I Reading

Television

Television, also called TV, is one of our most important means of communication. It brings moving pictures and sounds from around the world into millions of homes.

The name «Television» comes from Greek word meaning «far», and a Latin word meaning «to see», so the word «television» means «to see far».

About three-fourths of the 1500 TV stations in the US are commercial stations. They sell advertising time to pay for their operating costs and to make profit. The rest are public stations, which are nonprofit organizations.

Commercial TV stations broadcast mostly entertainment programs because they must attract larger number of viewers in order to sell advertising time at high prices. These programs include light dramas called situation comedies; action-packed dramas about life of detectives, police officers, lawyers and doctors; shows featuring comedians, dancers and singers; movies; quiz shows; soap operas; cartoons. Commercial TV broadcasts also documentaries and talk shows. Documentary is dramatic, but nonfictional presentation of information. It can be programs about people, animals in faraway places or programs on such issues as alcoholism, drug abuse, racial prejudice. On talk shows a host interviews politicians, TV and movie stars, athlets, authors. There are also sport programs and brief summaries of local, national and international news. Advertising is an important part of commercial TV. Commercials appear between and during most programs. They urge viewers to buy different kinds of products — from dog food to hair spray, and from cars to insurance policies.

Public television focuses mainly on education and culture. There are programs on wide range of subjects — from physics and literature to cooking and yoga. Public TV also broadcasts plays, ballets, symphonies as well as programs about art and history. Public TV attracts less viewers than commercial TV.

 


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