Ó íàñ åñòü äåñÿòü êàðàíäàøåé.A) We have the ten pencils.
B) We had ten pencils.
C) We has ten pencils.
D) We have got ten pencils.
E) I have ten pencils.
194. Ó âàñ åñòü ÿáëîêè?
A) Have you some apples?
B) has you the apples?
C) Have you got any apples?
D) Had you the apples?
E) Have we any apples?
195. Helen usually … her breakfast at 8 o’clock a.m.
A) to have
B) have
C) had been
D) has E) have been
Íå left his land some years ago, in 1950.
A) Nineteen fifties.
B) Ninety fifteen.
C) Nineteen fifty.
D) The fifty.
E) Ninety fifty.
Three thousand eight hundred and seventy five.
A) 3375.
B) 3575.
C) 3057.
D) 3875.
E) 3777.
198. Write in words: ” 235”
A) two hundreds of thirty five.
B) two hundreds and thirty five.
C) two hundreds thirty five.
D) two hundred and thirty five.
E) two hundred of thirty five.
We go to school at a quarter to eight.
A) 8.45.
B) 8.10.
C) 8.15.
D) 7.45.
E) 7.30.
Ïîðÿäêîâîå ÷èñëèòåëüíîå îáðàçóåòñÿ
íå ïî ïðàâèëàì ó ÷èñëèòåëüíîãî:
A) Nine.
B) Twenty.
C) Hundred.
D) Two.
E) Eleven.
201. How do you say the sum “$63million”?
A) Sixtythree million dollars
B) dollars sixtiesthree millions
C) dollars sixtythree million
D) Sixtythree millions dollars E) Sixty and three millions dollars
202. Date: September 30
A) The thirty of September
B) The thirtieth of September
C) September thirteen
D) The thirteenth of September E) The thirty September
203. twenty + twentyfive =?
A) twentyfive
B) fiftyfive
C) sixtyfive
D) fortyfive E) seventyfive
204. There are 584 students at the department:
A) five hundred and eightyfour
B) five eightyfour hundred
C) five hundred eightyfour
D) five and hundred eightyfour E) five hundred eightyfourth
Two thousand one hundred and twentyeight
A) 8182
B) 1228
C) 2281
D) 2182 E) 2128
206. Write in words: “101”
A) One thousand ones
B) Ones hundreds one
C) One hundred and one
D) One hundreds one E) One and one hundred
207. Find the right variant: ”14 / 10”
A) The fourteenth October
B) The October and fourteen
C) The fourteenth of October
D) The fourteen of October
E) The fourteen October
208. How do you say the title: Elizabeth II?
A) Elizabeth the second
B) the second Elizabeth
C) two Elizabeth
D) the two Elizabeth E) Elizabeth 2
Come to my place at twentyfive minutes
To seven.
A) 7.25
B) 6.35
C) 5.27
D) 7.35
E) 7.15
210. What time is it?  It is a quarter to six.
A) 5.30
B) 5.45
C) 5.15
D) 6.15
E) 6.45
211. It is … minutes to twelve:
A) Ten.
B) Tenth.
C) The ten.
D) A ten.
E) The tenth.
212. There are … months in a year..
A) twelve
B) twelf
C) twelfth
D) twelfe
E) twelfs
How many minutes are there in an hour
and a half?
A) 60
B) 75
C) 90
D) 45
E) 100
214. February is the … month of the year.
A) two
B) second
C) first
D) third
E) twoth
Americans celebrate the Independence
Day on the … .
A) fifth of July
B) third of July
C) first of July
D) sixth of July
E) fourth of July
216. Mary … mathematics at school.
A) teach
B) teached
C) is teaching
D) teaches
E) are teaching
217. My wife often … plum cakes.
A) makes
B) is often making
C) maked
D) are making
E) is making cakes
She lives not far from us, but we ( to see ) him often.
A) not see
B) doesn’t see
C) don’t see
D) isn’t see
E) are not see
219. Can you help me? I ( to know ) the way to the market.
A) am not know
B) not know
C) knowing
D) don’t know
E) know
It (to rain) very often in Britain.
A) rains
B) have rain
C) rain
D) has rain
E) will rains
Before you (to leave ) the room you should switch off the light.
A) leave
B) to leave
C) leaves
D) left
E) will leave
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