Сборник экзаменационных билетов по английскому языку

билеты: Языковедение

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    1. Translate from English into Russian: A disease may last a brief time or a long time. It may b e mild or severe. Some diseases such as a common cold may go away after a few days without any treatment. Other diseases require medical treatment to cure them. Other diseases may require a lifetime of medical supervision to m anage them.
    2. Translate from English into Russian: How do people know they are ill? Often they have symptoms such as pain, nausea, sore throat, lack of appetite, fatique or fever. However, a disease may be present without a person knowing it.
    3. Translate from English into Russian: This common childhood illness has its highest incidence in the spring One has fever, malaise, headache, and sore throa t. These symptoms will give way to a rash (pink, circular spots) th at starts on the face and spreads to the trunk, arms, and legs. Dura tion of the rash is typically 1 -3 days.
    4. Translate from English into Russian: Common symptoms in adu lts include fever, chi lls, runny nose, sore throat, swoll en glands, fronta l headache, muscle and body aches. joint pains, dry co ugh, chest pains with coughing , and w eakn ess.
    5. Translat e from English into Russian: A very popular outdoor game, p layed on a cour t with rackets in which the ball mus t pass back and forth over a net is lawn tennis. A game played by two or teams of two players on a rec tangular table using wood paddles and a small plastic ball is tab le tennis.
    6. Translate from English into Russian: The Americans pay much attention to physical fitn ess. Many spor ts and sporting activities are popu lar in the USA. But the five major American sports are hockey, volleyball, base ball , football and basketball. Basketball and volleyball have been invented in America.
    7. Translate from English into Russian: Most secondary schools are comprehensive schools , wh ich offer a genera l education to children of al l abilities. In some areas children are selected for either grammar school (which is more academic) or secondary modern school.
    8. Translat e from English into Russian: The national curriculum is the group of subjects that must be taught in schools in Eng land and Wales. In Engla nd, Wales and North ern Ireland, pupils tak e GCSEs at the ag e of 1 6. At 18 , th ey can take A lev els, usually in t wo or thre e subjects, or AS exams (wh ich involve half the con ten t of A levels) in more subjects.
    9. Translate from English into Russian: Since the end of Wor ld War II no tuition fees have been payabl e in state school s. Parents in the United Kingdom may either choose from a range of free educational faci li ties or send their ch ild to a private school.
    10. Translate from English into Russian: Universiti es accept students on the bas is of th eir "AтАЭ level results. At the Op en University these formal qua lifications are not necessary : its course is a degree course. S tudents of the Op en University are adu lt part-time students.
    11. Translate from Eng lish into Russian: The two main types of schools in the United States are: free, or pub lic schools, and fee-paying, or private schools. Most privat e schoo ls are run by religious groups. A secondary school may be comprehensive, general, vocationa l or specialised and offer different programmes of academic, practical and professional programm es.
    12. Translate fr om English into Russian: Th e major stages of education in the USA are: elem en tary school and high school. High school inc ludes the first stage (junior high schoo l) and th e second stage (senior high school). Tests for high school students who wi sh to attend a col lege or a university are given by non-profit , non-governmenta l organizations.
    13. Translat e from English into Russian: In the USA the daily newspaper s arc of two kind s: qua lity and popu lar. A quality paper is a serious newspaper , which pu blishes artic les and commentarie s on poli tics. A popular paper conta ins many photographs. its artic les are oft en sensationa l and mostfy deal with private life of famou s people.
    14. Translate from En glish into Russian: There are many kinds of shops in every town or city, but most of th em have a food supermarket, a d epartment store , men's and women's ceothing stores, a grocery, a bakery and a butchery. I like to do my shopping at big department stores and supermarket. They sell various goods under one roof and this is very convenien t.
    15. Translate from English into Russian: In a food supermarket we can also buy many different things at once: sausages, f ish, sugar, macaroni, cereals, and tea. At the bu tcher's there is wide choice of meal and poultry. At the bakery you buy brown and white br ead rolls, biscuits. Another shop we fr equently go to is the greengrocery which is stocked w ith cabbage, po tatoes, onions, cucumbers, carrots, beetroots , green peas and wha t not.
    16. Translate from English into Russian: The furniture isn't very comfortable. The clothes aren't very modern. The appliances aren't very dependab le and th e record-players and tape-recorders aren't very good. Besides that, the loca tion isn't very convenient, and the salespeople aren't very helpfu l. That's why people don't often shop at this Department Store, even though it's the cheapest in town.
    17. Translate from English into Russian: They sell the most comfort able furniture, the most modern c loth es, the most dependable appliances. And besides that their location is the most convenien t, and their sa lespeop le are the mo st helpfu l in town. However, even though this Department Store is the best store in town, people don't oft en shop there b ecause it's the most expensive.
    18. Put in a/an or the: тАж Captain ordered  тАж crew to unload тАж vessel.
    19. Put in a/an or the: тАж silver is not so heavy as тАж gold.
    20. Put in a/an or the: тАж Caucasus separate тАж Black Sea from тАж Caspian Sea.
    21. Put in a/an or the: тАж honesty is тАж best policy.
    22. Put in a/an or the: In тАж spring, тАж summer and autumn Hans was very happy, but when тАж winter came, he suffered тАж good deal from тАж cold and тАж hunger, and often had to go to тАж bed without тАж supper.
    23. Put in a/an or the: How can you say such тАж things?
    24. Put in a/an or the: тАж clock in тАж hall is slow.
    25. Put in a/an or the: Their flat is on тАж second floor of тАж multistorey building.
    26. Put in a/an or the: Jack is in тАж bathroom. He's taking тАж shower.
    27. Put in a/an or the: Have тАж good vacation and don't forget to send me тАж postcard!
    28. Put in a/an or the: What is тАж name of тАж writer of тАж book we read last month?
    29. Put in a/an or the: We went to тАж theatre last night, but тАж performance wasn't very good.
    30. Put in a/an or the: тАж May Day which is not тАж bank holiday, is тАж celebration of тАж coming of тАж spring.
    31. Put in a/an or the: I usually have тАж cup of coffee with biscuits  for тАж breakfast.
    32. Put in a/an or the: Last night we saw тАж play at тАж National Theatre.
    33. Put in a/an or the: Jane studied тАж chemistry at тАж Mc Gill University.
    34. Put in a/an or the: If you sail from тАж Taiwan to тАж Philippines, you cross тАж South China Sea.
    35. Put in a/an or the: Pete comes from тАж small town in тАж west of тАж Wales.
    36. Use correct prepositions: Since my father died тАж a heart attack my two elder sisters and my mother have been taking care тАж me.
    37. Use correct prepositions: One hot summer morning we decided to take a trip тАж our car тАж the city тАж the ocean. We got тАж the car and drove тАж the highway.
    38. Put correct prepositions: There was dust тАж the top of the desk which stood тАж the middle тАж the room.
    39. Use correct prepositions: I hope he will come back тАж Moscow тАж five days.
    40. Use a correct preposition: His watch is made тАж gold.
    41. Use correct prepositions: Yesterday I took several books тАж history тАж our library.
    42. Use correct prepositions: I sat тАж the porch and watched the traffic тАж the street.
    43. Use correct prepositions: I was awakened тАж a loud noise тАж the street and looking тАж the window I saw a man beating a dog тАж a stick.
    44. Use correct prepositions: They travelled overnight тАж London and arrived тАж 5 o'clock тАж the morning.
    45. Use correct prepositions: Jane's grandfather died тАж 1977 тАж the age of 79.
    46. Use correct prepositions: тАж Sunday afternoons they usually go тАж a walk тАж the country.
    47. Use correct prepositions: I meet my grandparents only тАж Christmas and sometimes тАж the summer тАж a few days.
    48. Use correct prepositions: AnnтАЩs ill. She wasnтАЩt тАж work today. She was тАж home  тАж bed.
    49. Use correct prepositions: He took his shoes тАж and entered тАж tiptoe.
    50. Use correct prepositions: Ask the woman тАж front тАж you to take тАж her hat.
    51. Use correct prepositions: He pointed тАж a woman  тАж a green dress.
    52. Use correct prepositions: Why are you тАж such a hurry? YouтАЩll finish the task tomorrow тАж all means.
    53. Use correct prepositions: The population тАж the USA is made тАж тАж different nationalities.
    54. Use correct prepositions: тАж New YearтАЩs Day people see old year тАж and the New Year тАж .
    55. Tran slate from Russian into English: Американцы уделяют большое внимание по ддержа нию хорошей физической формы. Они занимаются многи ми видам и спорта , в том числе самыми по пулярными в Америке - хокк еем , бейсболом, вол ейболом , футболом и баскетболом.
    56. Translate from Russian into English: Одна жды Джеро м К. Джером отправился в Британский музей, что бы получить сведения о лечении одной  не зн ачительной болезни. Но вместо того, чтобы уйти, когда он прочел то, что ему было нужно, он начал просма тривать список с имптомов других боле зней.
    57. Translate from Russian into English : Вскоре он обнаружил, что страдает многи ми болезнями. Ему казалось, что он никогда не поправится. О н был очень расстроен и пошел посов етоваться со сво им врачом.
      Врач этот всегда подбадривал с воего паци ента, когда тому казалось, что он боле н.
    58. Translate from Russian into English : Доктор выслушал все жалобы больного, осмотрел его и выписал р ецепт. Па ци ент сразу же от правился в аптеку. Пациент последовал совету  своего врача. Жизнь его была спасена, и здоровье улучшилось.
    59. Translate from Russian into English : Кембриджский университет тАФ это 22 автономных колл еджа, к играют в его структуре гор аздо большую роль, чем су ществующее деление на факультеты. Колледжи, которые делятся на более и менее престижные, осуществляют набор с тудентов.
    60. Translate from Russian into English : Оксфорд и Кембридж имеют сист ему личных наставников, своего рода научных руководителей, которые прикреплены к ка ждому студенту. Систе ма наставников осуществляется колледжами, наста вниками являются профессора и доценты факультетских кафедр.
    61. Translate from Russian into English : Молодые люди, окончив шие школу, могут продолжить образование в университете, колледже, техническом или профессиональном училище. Колледжи университета специализируются в раз личных областях гуманитарных, общественных и естественных науках, образовании или бизнесе.
    62. Translate from Russian into English : Какой сырой, ветреный и мрачный день! Вр емя от времен и начинает моросить. В такую погоду совсем не хочется выход ить на улицу. Началась оттепе ль. Снег тает. На улицах лужи. На небе ни облачка. В воздухе чувству ется весна.
    63. Translate from Russ ian into English : Какая неустойчивая погода! Дождь то шел, то прекращался в течение недели. Со стороны моря идет густой туман. Вчера мы попали под ли вень, промокли насквозь и вынужд ены были вернуться домой.
    64. Translate from Russian into English : Зима в нашем городе наступает рано. Иногда уже в конце ноября все покрыва ется снегом. Замер зают реки и озера. Часто дуют холодные сильные ветры. Иногда бывает пурга.
    65. Translate from Russian into English : Улицы Уэст Энда в Лондоне в се славятся чем-либо: Пикадилли тАФ клубами, ули ца Харди тАФ врачами, а Черинг Кросс Роуд тАФ к нижными магазинами. Район Сохо  известен итальянскими, французскими и шведскими рестора нами.
    66. Translate from Russian into English : Зима в нашем город е наступает рано. Часто дуют холодные сильные ветры. Ино гда быва ет пурга. Дни становятся все короче и короче, а ночи длиннее. Временами выходит солнце, но оно совсем не греет
    67. Translat e from Russian into English : Англичане, шотландцы, валлийцы и ирландцы составляют британскую нацию. В н екоторых частях Шотландии и Ирландии сохранился гальский язык.
    68. Translate from Russian into English: Университет обычно состоит из колледжей  гуманитарных или естественных наук, профессионального отделения и аспирантуры. После 4 лет в университете студент получает степень бакалавра гуманитарных или естественных наук.
    69. Translate from Russian into English: Профессиональный колледж тАУ это учебное заведение, существующее отдельно от университета. Колледжи и университеты предлагают программы, после прохождения которых присваивается степень бакалавра.
    70. Translate from Russian into English: Средняя школа может быть общеобразовательной, профессиональной или специальной. Различные типы средней школы предлагают различные программы академической, практической и профессиональной направленности.
    71. Translate from Russian into English: Многие работы мадам Тюссо, созданные с живых оригиналов ее современников, сохранились до сих пор. Залы музея заполнены историческими политическими личностями, королевскими особам и, начиная со времен Генриха VIII и до современных министров Великобритании, другими выдающимися личностями.
    72. Put the following into the Passive Voice: They feed the animals at the zoo twice a day.
    73. Put the following into the Passive Voice: Lightning struck the old oak.
    74. Put the following into the Passive Voice: The police asked each of us about his crime.
    75. Put the following into the Passive Voice: Somebody stole my bag in the shop.
    76. Put the following into the Passive Voice: Tom told me that somebody had attacked and robbed him in the street.
    77. Put the following into the Passive Voice: Nobody told me that George was ill.
    78. Put the following into the Passive Voice: The secretary arranged everything in good time.
    79. Put the following into the Passive Voice: She will arrange the problem in the nearest future.
    80. Put the following into the Passive Voice: When they came to the factory, the workers were still installing the new equipment.
    81. Put the following into the Passive Voice: Our plant produces equipment for chemical laboratories.
    82. Put the following into the Passive Voice: This factory will produce large quantities of goods this year.
    83. Put the following into the Passive Voice: Russian scientists are making wonderful discoveries.
    84. Put the following into the Passive Voice: The workers are unloading the steamer.
    85. Put the following into the Passive Voice: This factory had fulfilled the yearly plan by the 10th of  December.
    86. Put the following into the Passive Voice: The teacher will correct the studentsтАЩ compositions.
    87. Put the following into the Passive Voice: The chief has just signed the letter.
    88. Put the following into the Passive Voice: The manufacturers can deliver the machine at the end of the month.
    89. Put the verbs into the correct tense: They are busy  now. They (to discuss) an important question. They (to discuss) it since five oтАЩclock.
    90. Put the verb into the correct tense: What are you (to do) here?
    91. Put the verbs into the correct tense: What you (wait) for? I (wait) for the shop to open.
    92. Put the verbs into the correct tense: The burglar (open) the safe when he (hear) footsteps. He immediately (put) out his flashlight and (crawl) under the bed.
    93. Put the verbs into the correct tense:
      - How long you (be) out of work?
      тАУ I am not out of work now. I just (start) a new job.
      тАУ How you (find) the job?
      тАУ I (answer) an advertisement in the paper.
    94. Put the verb into the correct tense: The radio (play) since 7 a.m. I wish someone would turn it off.
    95. Put the verbs into the correct tense:
      - How you (get) that scar?
      тАУ I (get) it in a car accident a year ago.
    96. Put the verbs into the correct tense: It (rain) hard when I (go) out this morning.
    97. Put the verbs into the correct tense: The schoolchildren (enter) the classroom ten minutes  after the bell (ring).
    98. Put the verbs into the correct tense: If I (to be) an actress IтАЩd (feel) very happy.
    99. Put the verbs into the correct tense: She is not ill: if she (to be) ill, she (not to play) volley-ball so much.
    100. Put the verbs into the correct tense: The police (not find) the robbers yet. They (look) for them since Friday.
    101. Put the verbs into the correct tense:
      - How long you (wear) this dress?
      тАУ I (wear) it for ages.
    102. Put the verbs into the correct tense: My daughter (collect) stamps ever since she (go) to school. Now she (collect) so many that (not know) where to put them.
    103. Put the verbs into the correct tense: When we (be) at the theatre last, we (see) a play, that (give) a lot of food for thought.
    104. Put the verbs into the correct tense: We just (have) our supper. We (finish) eating five minutes ago.
    105. Put the verb into the correct tense: I (go) to this pub every evening for the last ten years.
    106. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: He asked her, "Did anybody call this morning?тАЭ
    107. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: He said, "The buyers agree to accept the cargo on condition that it isnтАЩt shipped before 12 DecemberтАЭ.
    108. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: He said, "The price doesnтАЩt include the cost of packingтАЭ.
    109. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: He told me, "You must eat more fruitтАЭ.
    110. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: "DonтАЩt believe everything you hearтАЭ, he warned me.
    111. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: "Are you going to see him off at the station?тАЭ I asked her.
    112. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: Kate asked Nick, "What do you usually have for dinner?тАЭ
    113. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: The friends asked Hellen, "When did you learn to swim?тАЭ
    114. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: The little girl asked her father, "Why does a doctor wear a uniform?тАЭ
    115. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: The manager asked his secretary, "Has Mr. Smith arrived yet?тАЭ
    116. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: Jack asked her, "Are you going to the theatre on Saturday or Sunday?тАЭ
    117. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: "What is you new flat like?тАЭ She asked us.
    118. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: The teacher asked the new pupil, "What is your name?тАЭ
    119. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: She said, "The group of tourists will arrive tomorrow and will be met by our guideтАЭ.
    120. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: They asked me, "Why didnтАЩt you ask us to help you?тАЭ
    121. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: She said to him, "Are you familiar with John?тАЭ
    122. Use Reported Speech in the following sentence: She asked him, "How could you afford to buy such an expensive ring?тАЭ
    123. Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II, III types): If Ann (take part) in the contest, she (win) the prize.
    124. Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II, III types): If he (insist), she (marry) him.
    125. Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II, III types): If I (be) here, I (can help) you.
    126. Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II, III types): If my sister (return) early, we (watch TV) together.
    127. Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II, III types): If they (receive) a letter from her, they (not to worry).
    128. Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II, III types): If my friend (buy) a cake, we have a very nice tea-party.
    129. Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II, III types): If we (live) by the sea, we (swim) a lot in it.
    130. Open the brackets and rewrite the following sentence 3 times (write the Conditional sentences of I, II, III types): If we (not to take) a taxi, we (miss) the train.
    131. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: If you (go) to the cinema with us last Sunday, you (enjoy) the evening.
    132. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: We shouldnтАЩt have bought a colour TV if my friends (not to lend) us the money.
    133. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: If he were more careful about his diet, he (not to be) so stout.
    134. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: If she hadnтАЩt put the plates on the edge of the table, they (not to get) broken.
    135. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: Why does he hate you as if you (be) his worst enemy.
    136. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: YouтАЩre so angry with me as though I (be) to blame.
    137. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: I wish I (not have) to do my homework every day.
    138. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: I wish my friend (to go) skating with me yesterday: I had such a good time.
    139. Open the brackets using the necessary form of the Conditional sentence: I wish you (be) at yesterdayтАЩs party: it must have been very merry.
    140. Fill in the missing modal verb: I have forgotten my dictionary at home so I тАж not translate the sentences now.
    141. Fill in the missing modal verb: She didnтАЩt hear the phone ring. She тАж have been asleep.
    142. Fill in the missing modal verbs:
      - тАж I help you?
      тАУ No, you тАж . The task is not difficult.
    143. Fill in the missing modal verbs:
      - I тАж drive.
      тАУ I think you тАж learn driving.
    144. Fill in the missing modal verb: The pencil тАж draw. I need another one.
    145. Fill in the missing modal verb: My father тАж have been very handsome, when he was young. He has a beautiful face.
    146. Fill in the missing modal verb: Children тАж obey  their parents.
    147. Fill in the missing modal verb: He lost all his money in the casino and I тАж to lend him 200 dollars.
    148. Fill in the missing modal verb: One тАж turn off the gas when one leaves home.
    149. Fill in the missing modal verb: The lecture  тАж to begin at 7 oтАЩclock.
    150. Fill in the missing modal verb: This equipment тАж produce parts with very high accuracy.
    151. Fill in the missing modal verb: You тАж complete all necessary measurements yourself.
    152. Fill in the missing modal verb: They gave me an article to read. I тАж forget to read it.
    153. Fill in the missing modal verbs: What sort of flat do you want to buy? Something big? Well, it тАж be big, thatтАЩs not important, but it тАж have a private bathroom.
    154. Fill in the missing modal verb: We have enough bread, so you тАж go to the bakerтАЩs.
    155. Fill in the missing modal verb: The child fell into the pool, but luckily we тАж to save him.
    156. Fill in the missing modal verb: They  тАж to meet at the entrance to the cinema.
    157. Fill in the missing modal verb: James тАж have taken the medicine. I am sure the pain would have passed without it.
    158. Fill in the missing modal verb: You тАж waste time on trifles.
    159. Giv e th e answer to the qu estion in 3-5 sent ences: What are the bas ic rules of in troduction?
    160. Give the answ er to th e question in 3-5 sentences: Ask your friend 5 questions about his/her pastime. Use different types of questions.
    161. Give th e answer to th e question in 3-5 sentences: What are the most important meals of the weekend?
    162. Give the answer to the question in 3-5 sentences: What is your attitude to getting advice from newspapers and magazines or to asking people you know for advice?
    163. Give th e answer to th e question in 3-5 s ent ences: Can you forecast weather? What do you think the weather will be like tomorrow?
    164. Give th e answer to th e question in 3-5 sent ences: Describe your last shopping for food.
    165. Give the answ er to the question in 3-5 sentences: What does the parking laws term "ticket " mean, when does one ge t it and what must one do with it?
    166. Give the answer to th e question in 3-5 sent ences: What is the procedure of going through immigration and customs when travelling abroad?
    167. Give th e answ er to the question in 3-5 sentenc es: What are th e British national traits?
    168. Giv e th e answer to the question in 3-5 sentences: What are the three types of houses in Britain?
    169. Give the answer to th e question in 3-5 sentences: What is a bank holiday?
    1. Give the answer to the question in 3-5 s entences: What do you know about Disneyland? What made people create such an amusement?
    1. Give the answ er to the question in 3-5 s entences: What do you know about the Queen and her power s?
    2. Give the answ er to the question in 3-5 sentences: What do you know about the Royal Opera House?
    3. Give the answer to the question in 3-5 sentenc es: How do public schoo ls differ from comprehensive ones?
    4. Give the answ er to the question in 3-5 sent ences: What is a footboll pool?
    5. Give the answer to the question in 3-5 sentences: How do you understand the English ideo m "It's not criket"?



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