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Контрольно-измерительные материалы Английский язык 10 кл. к УМК М.З.Биболетовой и др
Test 1. The world of jobs
Variant 1

Al. Guess the profession of a person whose job is to work with electricity.
1) a teacher 3)a fashion model
2) an electrician 4) an architect
A2. Guess the profession of a person who owns a travel agency or works there and whose business is to arrange travels.
1) a carpenter 3) a dentist
2) a chemist 4) a travel agent
A3. Choose the appropriate word.
If she works hard, the company will give her... to a more responsible position.
1) promotes 3) promotion
2) promoted 4) promotional
A4. Match the verbs on the left and the prepositions on the right.
1) pay... credit a. by
2) pay ...cash b. —
3) pay... something с for
4) pay... monthly d. in
A5. Match the words and the translation.
1) full-time job а. браться за работу
2) part-time job b. работа на полной ставке
3) to take on a job с. быть без работы
4) to be out of a job d. работа на полставки
Bl. Open the brackets and fill in the appropriate form of the verb.
I (to work) in the office all
afternoon.
B2. Underline the correct variant.
A (barber / hairdresser) is a person who cuts, washes and styles women's hair.
Cl. Write the definitions.
1) A vet __
2) A teacher______


Test 1. The world of jobs
Variant 2

Al. Guess the profession of a person who mends or pulls out bad teeth.
1) a dentist 3)a hairdresser
2) a librarian 4) an accountant
A2. Guess the profession of a person whose job is to stop a fire.
1) a chef 3) a fireman
2) an editor 4) a plumber
A3. Choose the appropriate word.
In a different job he could get a higher salary and better conditions of....
1) employed 3) employer
2) employment 4) employable
A4. Match the verbs on the left and the prepositions on the right.
1) work... the university a. —
2) work... a law firm b. at
3) work... industry с for
4) work... part-time d. in
A5. Match the words and the translation.
1) manual work а. брать подработку
2) to take on extra work b. физический труд
3) physical work с. ручной труд
4) skilled work d. квалифицированный труд
Bl. Open the brackets and fill in the appropriate form of the verb.
The building workers (to pay) their
wages every Friday.
B2. Underline the correct variant.
A (police officer/ lawyer) is a person who can help people with the law or talk for them in a court.
Cl. Write the definitions.
1) A typist.
3)A nurse.


Test 2. Sports
Variant 1

Al. The sport of swimming under water using special equipment to help you breathe.
1) water polo 3) cycling
2) rowing 4) diving
A2. The sport of fighting while wearing big leather gloves.
1) aerobics 3) boxing
2) rowing 4) archery
A3. Match the verbs on the left and the prepositions on the right.
1) to participate a. of
2) to be responsible b. to
3) to have an advantage ... doing smth с in
4) to be used d. for
A4. Choose the correct variant.
Athletics is the general name ... to such kinds of sports as running, long jump, high jump and others.
1) given 3) is given
2) giving 4) was giving
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
An / a (instructor / referee) is a person who teaches a sport or practical skill.
B2. Match the names of sports and games with the names of the things.
1) basketball a. skates
2) ice hockey b. a basketball and a ring
3) figure skating с. a stick and a puck
4) rowingd. d. boat
5) golfe. е. club and a ball

Cl. Describe the games.
1) Chess
2)Softball.


Test 2. Sports
Variant 2

Al. The sport in which two people fight by holding each other
and trying to make each other fall to the ground.
1) cross-country skiing 3) swimming
2) wrestling 4) draughts
A2. The sport of lifting specially shaped pieces of metal that
weigh an exact amount.
1) weightlifting 3) fencing
2) yachting 4) climbing
A3. Match the verbs on the left and the prepositions on the right.
1) to go in a. in
2) to take part b. about
3) to have an advantage ... smb с for
4) to be certain d. over
A4. Choose the correct variant.
Field events are sports ... jumping, or throwing things in an outdoor competition.
1) was included 3) is included
2) including 4) included
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
A (coach / judge) is a person who decides on the result of a competition.
B2. Match the names of sports and games with the names of the things.
1) tennis a. a yacht
2) badmintonb. b. chessboard and chessmen
3) chessc . c. boxing gloves
4) sailingd. d. shuttlecock and rackets
5) boxing e. rackets and a ball
Cl. Describe the games.
1) Baseball
2)Football.


Test 3. Russia: historical facts, landmarks
Variant 1

Al. Yuri Dolgoruky founded Moscow in:
1)1147 3)1714
2)1417 4) 1774
A2. Yuri Gagarin makes a space flight on the board of the spaceship "Vostok" in:
1)1958 3)1961
2)1972 4) 1861
A3. Peter the Great founded St. Petersburg in:
1)1703 3)1709
2)1812 4) 1307
A4. Napoleon tried to conquer Russia in:
1)1802 3)1917
2)1812 4) 1945
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
(The Kremlin / St. Basil's Cathedral) was built in
1551-1561 after the victory over the Kazan Kingdom. The architects were Barma and Postnik. This building has eight churches placed around the ninth church which is the tallest. It could be used as a fort.
(Lobnoye Mesto / The State Department Store) is a platform made of white stone. It was constructed in the 16th century. Many years ago the tsar's orders were read from it. It was also used as a place for executions.
Cl. Describe Country Defendant's Day.


Test 3. Russia: historical facts, landmarks
Variant 2

Al. The October Revolution took place in:
1)1905 3)1924
2)1917 4) 1861
A2. The 22nd Summer Olympic Games were held in Moscow in:
1)1999 3)1980
2)2010 4) 1960
A3. Russia became an independent country after the breakup of the Soviet Union in:
1)1994 3)1941
2)2003 4) 1991
A4. The USSR entered the World War II in:
1)1812 З) 1914
2)1942 4) 1941
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
1. (The Spasskaya Tower / St. Basil's Cathedral) is
67.3 metres tall. It is one of the symbols of Moscow. It has a clock. The clock made in the 16th century strikes on an hour, half an hour and the quarter of an hour.
2. (The Tretyakov Gallery / The State History Museum) was opened in 1883 and it has a rich collection of documents, drawings, pictures and maps showing the country's past. You can find some materials about great people of Russia there.
3. Cl. Describe Victory Day.

Test 4. Great Britain: geographical location, the capital
Variant 1

Al. What river does London stand on?
1) the Severn 3) the Thames
2) the Trent 4) the Potomac
A2. How is the most important business part of London called?
1) the Town 3) the Country
2) the City 4) the Capital
A3. Match the verbs on the left and the prepositions on the right.
1) to be known a. for
2) to be associated b. by
3) to be washed с of
4) to consist d. with
A4. Choose the appropriate variant. Ireland ... "the Emerald Isle".
1) often is called 3) is called often
2) is often called 4) is said often called
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
The famous place where every person can speak on any theme is (Hyde Park / Piccadilly Circus).
B2. Write the articles where necessary.
1) United Kingdom
2) Albion
3) Greater London
4) Snowdonia
Cl. Answer the question.
When somebody says "London", what famous places first come to your mind?

Test 4. Great Britain: geographical location, the capital
Variant 2
Al. How many countries does the UK consist of?
1) 3 3) 5
2 )4 4) 6
A2. What is the largest park in London?
1) Green Park 3) Hyde Park
2) St. James Park 4) Regent's Park
A3. Match the verbs on the left and the prepositions on the
right.
1) to be connected a. as
2) to be famous b. by
3) to be surrounded с to
4) to be regarded d. for
A4. Choose the appropriate variant. The shamrock ... to St. Patrick.
1) is said to be connected 3) is said be connected
2) is said connected 4) is said to be to connected
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
(The National Gallery/ Nelson's Column) is situated in the centre of Trafalgar Square.
B2. Write the articles where necessary.
1) British Empire
2) Stonehenge
3) Lake District
4) City
Cl. Answer the question.
Why do the British people say, "Other countries have a climate, in Britain we have weather?"

[color=red]Test 5. Great Britain: political system, historical facts
Variant 1

Al. Who is the head of state in Great Britain?
1) a monarch 3) the House of Commons
2) a prime minister 4) the House of Lords
A2. Who is the present Prime Minister of Great Britain?
1) Margaret Thatcher 3) John Major
2) David Cameron 4) James Callaghan
A3. Match the words on the left and on the right.
1) official a. close relations
2) to attract b. tourists
3) national с residences
4) to have d. identity
A4. Choose the appropriate variant.
Oliver Cromwell ... the Parliament and ... the Lord Protector of England.
1) was dissolving, became
3) will dissolve, will become
2) was dissolved, was become
4) dissolved, became
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
The (Republican Party/ Liberal Party) is a political party which hasn't ever been established in Great Britain.
B2. Write the articles where necessary.
1) National Gailery
2) Trafalgar Square
3) Westminster Abbey
4) West End
Cl. Answer the question.
Why do they say, "The monarch in Great Britain reigns but does not rule?"


Test 5. Great Britain: political system, historical facts
Variant 2

Al. Who is the present monarch of Great Britain?
1) Prince Charles 3) Queen Elizabeth I
2) Prince Henry 4) Queen Elizabeth II
A2. Where does the monarch of Great Britain live?
1) in Buckingham Palace 3) in the White House
2) in Westminster Abbey 4) in the Tower of London
A3. Match the words on the left and on the right.
1) ceremonial a. one another
2) differ from b. days
3) to follow с visits
4) medieval d. the traditions
A4. Choose the appropriate variant.
Under the British Constitution the Monarch ... the head of the state but the power... by the British Parliament.
1) remains, is limited
2) is remained, limits
3) remains, limits
4) is remained, is limited
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
At first the House of Lords consisted only of (barons / rich peasants).
B2. Write the articles where necessary.
1) Buckingham Palace
2) Westminster Abbey
3) British Museum
4) Tower of London
Cl. Answer the question.
When somebody says "Great Britain", what famous places first come to your mind?


Test 6. Holidays
Variant 1

Al. It's the holiday when people visit their friends' houses just after midnight on New Year's night. The first person who comes to your house brings you luck.
1) Easter 3) Christmas
2) Hogmanay 4) Mother's Day
A2. On this day people write their names on cards with hearts on them. They don't put their names at the end of their cards because they want their name to be a secret.
1) St. Valentine's Day 3) May Day
2) Father's Day 4) St. Patrick's Day
A3. In this country housewives start cooking special food for New Year's Day and all the members of the family do a big cleaning up. The idea is to get rid of the dirt of the past year, and welcome the New Year without it. People eat the special food and drink rice wine during the meal.
1) Japan 3) Russia
2) Italy 4) Canada
A4. This country is sometimes called "the upside down world". It lies in the Southern Hemisphere. During the Christmas holidays people often sunbathe on the beach or swim and surf in the ocean. On the 31st of December many people go to the country for the picnic.
I) Egypt 3) France
2) Ireland 4) Australia
Bl. Guess the holiday.
This is a day off. Men and boys try to please their mothers, grandmothers and sisters by giving them presents, sweets and flowers.
Cl. Describe your favourite holiday.

Test 6. Holidays
Variant 2

Al. In this city a lot of people gather in Times Square and watch the 'Big Apple' fall. Every New Year's Eve during the last few seconds before midnight it starts to 'fall' down the building, and when it gets to the bottom it's the start of the new year.
1) Madrid 3) Moscow
2) New York 4) London
A2. Many modern symbols of this holiday came from pagan times. The egg was a fertility symbol long before the Christian era. The ancient custom of dyeing eggs on this holiday is still very popular. The rabbit was a symbol of new life.
1) April Fool's Day 3) Christmas
2) Thanksgiving Day 4) Easter
A3. In this country people believe that on the New Year's Eve
the magician Befaniya comes to the houses through the chimney
and put the presents for children in their stockings or shoes.
l) China 3) Italy
2) Germany 4) France
A4. It is a special day for families to get together and give thanks for different things. They usually thank for being well, for a healthy year and a good job, for meeting new friends. This holiday is on the fourth Thursday of November. Only Americans celebrate it.
1) Pancake Week 3) Guy Fawkes Day
2) Thanksgiving Day 4) Halloween
Bl. Guess the holiday.
This festival marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. During this festival people make pancakes, sing traditional songs, dance and play games.

Cl. Describe your favourite holiday.

Test 7. Speech etiquette
Variant 1

Al. Choose the correct answer. Can I speak to Sam, please?
1) No problem. 3) That doesn 't matter.
2) Hold the line, please. 4) He's fine. Thank you.
A2. Choose the correct answer. Hello, Walter! What's up?
1) Someone has stolen my bike.
2) It's nice to see you. 3) The same to you.
4) Yes, I'd love one.
A3. Choose the correct answer. How's your Dad?
1) Thanks, you too.
2) Fine. And how are you?
3) Nice to hear that.
4) Congratulations.
A4. Choose the correct answer.
Would you mind telling me why he doesn't go to the cinema?
1) It's nice to see you too.
2) You're welcome.
3) He looks wonderful.
4) I have no idea I'm afraid.
Bl. Underline the correct answer.
1) Thanks a lot, officer. (Anytime. / Sure.)
2) May I help you? (Wait for a moment, please. / I have
a reservation for tonight.)
Cl. Write down what you say when:
1) You don't know how to spell the word.
2) There is no chalk in the classroom.


Test 7. Speech etiquette
Variant 2

Al. Choose the correct answer. I'm cold.
1) I think, I'll have the same.
2) Is it my turn?
3) Do you really like it?
4) Shall I close the window?
A2. Choose the correct answer.
I suppose there are few good shows on television.
1) Just so.
2) No, thank you. I've had a lot.
3) My best wishes.
4) You are very kind.
A3. Choose the correct answer. Have a nice weekend.
1) Anytime. 3) The same to you.
2) I'm glad you enjoyed it. 4) I'm sorry.
A4. Choose the correct answer.
I'm awfully sorry. I've torn your book.
1) You are welcome.
2) That doesn't matter.
3) I don't like reading now.
4) I wish I could but I can't.
Bl. Underline the correct answer.
1) Do you like it when it rains? (I like nice weather. / No,
I don't. I can't stand it.)
2) He doesn't buy dairy products at the supermarket.
(Neither do I. /So do I.)
Cl. Write down what you say when:
1) You apologize for missing the lesson.
2) You have a problem losing your voice.


Test 8. Phrasal verbs to take, to look, to turn, to give
Variant 1

Al. Complete the sentence using the missing preposition.
I want to ask Mike to give me my bicycle ... : I'd like to ride it after school.
l)into З)bаск
2) up 4) out
A2. Complete the sentence using the missing preposition. Don't look ... me so angrily.
l) on 3) of
2) from 4) at
A3. Complete the sentence using the missing adverb.
He turned the whole house ... trying to find some information on computers.
1) inside out 3) out of
2) upside down 4) up in
A4. Complete the sentence using the missing preposition. There are a few words that I want you to take ....
l)for 3)up
2) down 4) in
A5. Complete the sentence using the missing preposition. Now I'd like to give you ... some books.
1) on 3)out
2) off 4) in
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
(Look / take) through the newspaper and tell me about sports matches.
Cl. Translate the following sentence from Russian into English.
Оказалось, что всем ребятам понравилась идея отправиться в путешествие.


Test 8. Phrasal verbs to take, to look, to turn, to give
Variant 2

Al. Complete the sentence using the missing preposition. I am surprised to see how much the boy took... his father.
1) after 3) on
2) into 4)up
A2. Complete the sentence using the missing preposition.
We've got to take... all the portraits in the classroom and dust them.
1) down 3) into
2)up 4)on
A3. Complete the sentence using the missing preposition. When is the time for the aeroplane to take ... ?
1) off 3) from
2)up 4)for
A4. Complete the sentence using the missing preposition.
Will you turn the television ... ? I have a problem hearing what mother is saying.
1) of 3) on
2)off 4)in
A5. Complete the sentence using the missing adverb.
The wind was so strong that it turned our umbrellas ....
1) up in 3) out of
2) upside down 4) down
Bl. Underline the correct variant.
Who (looks / takes) after your cat when you go away?
Cl. Translate the following sentence from Russian into English.
Она решила не бросать заниматься музыкой, хотя было нелегко найти время для занятий.


источник:Контрольно-измерительные материалы. Английский язык. 10 класc.Сост.Е.В.Дюзина.-М.Б ВАКО, 2013
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