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Speak about the System of Past Tenses in English.

Examination card ¹1

I. Translate the article in written form (from English into Russian).

II. Translate the article orally.

III. Grammar card

Speak about the System of Present Tenses in English.

1. Underline the correct tense.

1. The plane leaves/has left at four o’clock. We must be at the airport by two o’clock.

2. It gets/is getting colder and colder every day.

3. Have you seen Linda? I have been looking/am looking for her for almost an hour.

4. Sam is a very interesting person. He knows/has known all kinds of unusual facts.

 

2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct present form.

1. A: Linda ...is learning... (learn) to drive at the moment.

B: I know. She told me last week.

2. A: Has Alan got a job?

B: Oh yes. He ...is... (be) the manager of a leisure centre.

3. A: Do you want to have a break now?

B: Not yet. I ...am writing... (write) a report for tomorrow’s meeting.

4. A: It’s ten o’clock. Have you given the manager his letters?

B: Yes, and I ...have also typed... (also/type) six reports so far this morning.

 

3. Underline the correct word in bold.

1. I always/already do the housework on Saturdays.

2. We haven’t booked our summer holiday just/yet.

3. My brother has just/ever joined the football club.

4. Linda has already/ever bought a new dress for the party.

 

IV. The topic for discussion is

« Sñhooling in Great Britain and in Russia. Creches, nursery school, secondary school, University.» Do you think that University education is a main thing for a person nowadays?

Which of educational establishments mentioned above are necessary for each person and why?

Do you remember your first and the last day at school?

 

 

Examination card ¹2

I Translate the article in written form (from English into Russian).

II. Translate the article orally.

III. Grammar card

Speak about the System of Present Tenses in English.

 

1. Underline the correct tense.

1. First, you are heating/heat the oven to a temperature of 180o C.

2. Have you heard the news? They have just elected/have been electing a new club chairman!

3. Martha is finding/has found a new job. She is starting next week.

4. The teacher has been correcting/has corrected essays for three hours.

 

2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct present form.

1. A: Is Jeff still in the garden?

B: Yes. He ...has been planting... (plant) flowers all afternoon.

2. A: That author is very well-known, isn’t she?

B: Yes. She ...has written... (write) twenty novels so far.

3. A: You look very happy today.

B: I am. I ...have just heard... (just/hear) some good news.

4. A: What time ...does the play start... (the play/start) tonight?

 

3. Underline the correct word in bold.

1. Have you so far/ever tasted Japanese food?

2. Joe has been in Paris since/for two weeks.



3. I have never/just seen this film before.

4. The secretary has typed twenty letters yet/so far this morning.

 

IV. The topic for discussion is

«Your Family»

Your Immediate relatives, your extended relatives (grandparents, aints, uncles, cousins).

What is the relationship between your immediate relatives, your extended relatives.

Do you celebrate holidays with them?

 

 

Examination card ¹3

I Translate the article in written form (from English into Russian).

II. Translate the article orally.

III. Grammar card

Speak about the System of Past Tenses in English.

1. Choose the correct answer.

1. ‘Were you expecting James and Paul to stay for dinner?’

‘No, but I ...A... a lot of food, so it didn’t matter.’

Ahad prepared B was preparing C had been prepating

2. ‘Tony has been singing for years, hasn’t he?’

‘Yes. He ...A... his first record when he was sixteen.’

A made B was making C had made

3. ‘There was a power cut last night.’

‘I know. I ...B... some paperwork when the lights went out.’

A had been doing B was doing C had done

4. ‘Did you see Paul Simon in concert?’

‘No. I was hoping to get tickets, but they ...A... .’

A had sold out B sold out C were selling out

 

2. Choose the correct answer.

1. ‘Sharon looks different now, doesn’t she?

‘Yes. She ...B... to have long dark hair, didn’t she?’

A is used B used C would

2. ‘I have never driven an automatic car before.’

‘You will soon ...B... to it.’

A get used B be used C used

3. ‘How is Sarah?’

‘She’s fine. She ...C... to life in the countryside.’

A got used B used C is getting used

4. ‘Have you always worked as a nurse?’

‘No. I ...B... a childminder.’

A was used to being B used to be C am used to being

 

3. Underline the correct tense.

1. Lynne was singing/had sung as she was clearing the windows.

2. Mr. Todd was teaching/had been teaching for thirty years when he retired.

3. I phoned Jack because I wanted/had wanted to ask him a question.

4. They had walked/had been walking for hours when they stopped for a rest.

 

4. Fill in the future simple, the present simple or the present perfect.

My car is being repaired and I don’t know when it 1) ...will be...(be) ready. I doubt whether I 2) ...will be able to... (be able to) collect it before the weekend. I wonder if John 3) ...will give... (give) me a lift to the party on Saturday. I’ll ask him when he 4) ...comes... (come) home.


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