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Тип работы:Контрольные работы
Категория:Английский язык
Год сдачи:2020
Количество страниц:12
Оценка:5
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Иллюстрация №1: Контрольная работа по английскому языку 1 вариант РАНХиГС (Контрольные работы - Английский язык).

Вариант 1

Раздел 1 

 Задание 1. Выберите правильный вариант. (20 баллов)

1. It’s difficult to understand ____. She speaks very fast.

a. she b. her c. hers

2. Sveta and Dima _____ from Barnaul.

a. is b. am c. are

3. Where ____ she come from?

a. does b. do c. has

4. Has he ____ a brother?

a. have b. does c. got

5. There ___ some computers in the class.

a. are b. is c. do

6. Arriving _______ for meetings is of the example of bad etiquette.

a) early b) late c) in time

7. I\'d like to arrange an _______________.

a) legislation b) flexibility c) appointment

8. Do you want to call _______ later?

a) back b) at c) in

9. Hold the _______, please.

a) phone b) call c) line

10. I am _____ forward to receiving your reply.

a) waiting b) looking c) searching

Задание 2.   Вставьте вместо пропусков подходящие по смыслу слова. 

(10 баллов) 

1. My father works ____ an international company.

2. He\'s got a degree ___ BA.

3. What university does she _____ at?

4. She is responsible ___ the production department.

5. Next summer I want to work __ a salesman.

Задание 3.  Заполните пропуски в таблице, используя слова в рамке (10 баллов). 

 

 Busy        call calling minute speak to

Hello,

Hi, Is that

is Susan?

Susan here

Liz speaking

Can I 1 _________

leave a message for Susan?

Who’s 2 __________ Please?

I’m

Sorry, he / she’s 3 _________

out.

you have the wrong number.

Sure, just a 4 __________ / second.

hold please.

I’ll 5 _________ you later.

wait.

Раздел 2

Задание 4. Ответьте на вопросы о вашей работу или о работе вашего друга (10 баллов)

1. What’s your job?

2. What do you do in your job?

3. Do you work long hours?

4. Do you want to get a higher position?

5. Why are you studying at the institute now?

Задание 5. Употребите глаголы  в скобках в правильной форме. (30 баллов)

1 I ___ (be) a first-year student.

2 ____ (there be) a canteen on our floor.

3 He ___ (not have got) a friend in our group. 

4 ____ a report to your director now? (you / write)

5 This week we _____ (attend) a training course.

6 I ___ (use) e-mail a lot.

7 ___ a tuition fee every year? (you / pay)

8 I usually _____ (go) to the institute by bus.

9 What degree ____ (you / do)?

10 ___ lectures and seminars? (you / attend)

11 I _____ (write) in response to your letter of 19 June.

12. We usually _____ (start) the week with the team meeting.

13. The meeting ______ (start) at ten tomorrow so please be here by nine-thirty.

14. I __________ (look) forward to seeing you.

15. I _________ (phone) the restaurant and book a table for our lunch meeting. 

Задание 6.  Прочитайте следующий текст.  Определите, какие высказывания   в задании TRUE or FALSE (после текста) соответствуют содержанию текста, а какие нет. (20 баллов)

Speaking on the phone

A lot of people find it difficult to make phone calls in a foreign language – and that`s understandable. You can`t see the person you are talking to, their voice might be unclear, and you might find it difficult to find the right words.

Most of the important characteristics of telephone conversation are of course exactly the same as those of conversation which takes place to face. There are, however, a number of differences which result from  the medium  of communication  and the restrictions which it imposes. Conversationalists who can see each other are able to place a great amount of reliance on the facilities offered by such things as gesture and the presence of a common extra-linguistic context, to help in communication and the resolution of ambiguity. Telephone conversation, however, lacks these facilities to a large extent and so has a tendency to become rather more explicit than ordinary conversation. 

The need for greater explicitness is further increased by the fact that sounds carried by telephone lines become diminished in their qualities of distinctiveness, and many of the small cues which help to maintain ready understanding may get distorted or lost. Thus there is more uncertainty in keeping up the give and take between participants which is so noticeable a part of face to conversation. 

Utterances that are unduly long will be avoided and a speaker will tend to leave frequent pauses for his partner to say something and prove that he is still there.

Finally, the highly formulaic nature of both the opening and closing of a telephone conversation may be noted – the range of accepted linguistic devices for carrying out these operations is relatively small as compared with conversation in general, the predictability of what is likely to be said at those points is probably considerably higher and the stylistic distinctiveness of what takes place is at times extremely marked.

TRUE OR FAULSE

1. A lot of people find it easy to make phone calls in a foreign language. 

2. Most of the important characteristics of telephone conversation are not the same as those of conversation which takes place face to face. 

3. Telephone conversation has facilities to become rather more explicit than ordinary conversation.

4. Conversationalists who can see each other are able to place a great amount of reliance. 

5. Sounds carried by telephone lines become diminished in their qualities of distinctiveness. 

6. Many of the small cues which help to maintain ready understanding may lost.

7. There are no differences which result from the medium of communication.

8. There is more certainty in keeping up the give and take between participants.

9. A lot of people find it difficult to make phone calls in a foreign language because you can see the person you are talking to.

10. The voice in a telephone conversation in a foreign language might be unclear.

Оценка за контрольную работу 5.

Прочитайте следующий текст. Определите, какие высказывания в задании TRUE or FALSE соответствуют содержанию текста, а какие нет.
A lot of people find it difficult to make phone calls in a foreign language - and that s understandable. You can t see the person you are talking to, their voice might be unclear, and you might find it difficult to find the right words.
Most of the important characteristics of telephone conversation are of course exactly the same as those of conversation which takes place to face. There are, however, a number of differences which result from the medium of communication and the restrictions which it imposes, Conversationalists who can see each other are able to place a great amount of reliance on the facilities offered by such things as gesture and the presence of a commonextra-linguistic context, to help in communication and the resolution of ambiguity. Telephone conversation, however, lacks these facilities to a large extent and so has a tendency to become rather more explicit than ordinary conversation.
The need for greater explicitness is further increased by the fact that sounds carried by telephone lines become diminished in their qualities of distinctiveness, and many of the small cues which help to maintain ready understanding may get distorted or lost. Thus there is more uncertainty in keeping up the give and take between participants which is so noticeable а part of face to conversation.
Utterances that are unduly long will be avoided and a speaker will tend to leave frequent pauses for his partner to say something and prove that he is sull there.
Finally, the highly formulaic nature of both the opening and closing of a telephone conversation may be noted - the range of accepted linguistic devices for carrying out these operations is relatively small as compared with conversation in general, the predictability of what is likely to be said at those points is probably considerable higher and the stylistic distinctiveness of what takes place is at times extremely marked.