GRAMMAR TEST 11 класс
Listen to the radio interview. For each question (1-7), choose A, B, or C
Dr Hunt says that plastic surgery nowadays
is not as popular as it was.
is popular with teenagers.
According to Dr Hunt, today’s society
places more emphasis on beauty than before.
helps teenagers to have a positive body image.
places too much importance on appearance.
According to Dr Hunt, the two types of plastic surgery
Dr Hunt believes teens should have cosmetic surgery
if a therapist agrees.
for the right reasons only.
to cure low self-esteem.
According to Dr Hunt, patients under the age of 18
need a certificate.
may have a problem finding a suitable surgeon.
need their parents’ permission.
Dr Hunt believes our teenage years are a time to
discover who we are.
find out what makes us happy.
change who we are inside.
According to Dr Hunt, the decision to have plastic surgery
needs careful consideration.
must be supported by a doctor.
can make us happier.
Match the headings (A-H) to the paragraphs (1-7). There is one heading that you do not need to use.
A Unrealistic expectations
B Relationship ups and downs
C Feeling the pressure
D Dealing with bulling
E Generation gap
F Fashion conscious
G Solving problems
H Meeting the costs
Participants in peer mediation schemes have the opportunity to talk through their conflicts with the help of trained student mediators. Peer mediators do not take sides or blame anyone. They listen to all participants and help them to develop their own solution to the conflict. If you are feeling frustrated or angry with a friend but have not approached them about your feelings, mediation can help! It gives you the opportunity to confront a person you are in conflict with, in a non-violent way.
Most teenagers would claim that their parents don’t understand their needs, while most parents believe that it is impossible for them to get through to their teenage children. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle. Both sides should try to be more understanding and open to the other’s ideas and feelings.
Being picked on at school is becoming more and more common and it has nothing to do with the kind of school you go to. It can happen at schools with both good and bad reputations. The difference lies in how schools deal with the situation. Some schools place a lot of emphasis on finding solutions to the problem, while other schools tend to ignore it and pretend it is not happening.
There are lots of things that teenagers are tempted to buy; CDs, mobile phone top-ups, computer games etc. But how can they afford all these things? More and more teenagers are getting part-time jobs in order to cover their expenses, and this gives them a feeling of independence. Of course, some teenagers get paid on a regular basis by their parents in return for doing chores around the house.
Making and maintaining friendships can be one of the most fulfilling things in your life. It can also be really difficult to do, especially for teenagers, who are still not sure about what they are looking for or what they need in a friend. One thing is for certain, though. If you form a close friendship with someone, it can be very upsetting if things go wrong.
More and more teenagers are becoming unhappy with the way they look, especially when they regard tall, thin, beautiful celebrities such as Victoria Beckham, as role models. It is very difficult, of course, for teenagers to be happy with their bodies when they feel they have to meet such unattainable standards.
Young people nowadays feel under so much stress that they sometimes find it hard to cope. Exams are a major cause of concern for teenagers because the career they choose depends on the marks they get in their final school examinations. Therefore, teenagers need to learn how to deal with this kind of stress, which will prepare them for other kinds of pressures they will face in later life.
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USE OF ENGLISH
Fill in the gaps (1-7) with a derivative of the words in bold.
THE CHANGING FACE OF TVERSKAYA
Tverskaya Ulitsa, Moscow’s main street, has seen many changes over the years. About three hundred years ago it was a narrow street where you would find beautiful buildings with great 1) ________________ (ARCHITECT) and the residences of the rich. In the 20th century, the government decided to 2) _________________ (WIDE) the street and long queues outside state-run shops were a common sight. Today it is still known as one of the capital’s most expensive 3) _____________ (RESIDENCE) districts, but it is also a hub of 4) ___________________ (ENTERTAIN) with clubs, cafes, restaurants and 5) ____________________ (DESIGN) boutiques. Since 1990, the statue of literary figure Pushkin in nearby Pushkinskaya square has stood alongside the American fast food restaurant McDonalds. However, there is a price to pay for all this 6) ______________________ (DEVELOP). The quiet areas around Tverskaya could be under threat due to the 7) __________________ (CONSTRUCT) of new shopping centres.
Read the extract from your pen friend’s letter. Write a letter to Fiona. In your letter:
tell her about the anti-bulling week
ask three questions about the party
Write 100-140 words
So, you said you’ve just had an anti-bulling week at school. How did it go? What did it involve?
I’d better go now. I’m going to a party to night to celebrate the end of exams!
Нормы оценивания ЗУН по английскому языку при выполнении данной контрольной работы:
Контрольная работа состоит из 4 заданий:
Задание 1 LISTENING (Аудирование) – 6 баллов
Задание 2 READING (Чтение) – 7 баллов
Задание 3 USE OF ENGLISH - 7 баллов
Задание 4 WRITING (Письмо) – 10 баллов
Всего: 30 баллов
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27 - 25 баллов - оценка «4»
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