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вариант 2 Контрольные 1 и 2

Тип
Контрольная работа
Предмет
Языки (переводы)
Объем работы
5-10 страниц
Заказ размещен
17 декабря 2015 г.
Номер заказа
22261
Описание
Вариант 2
(выполняют студенты, фамилии которых начинаются с букв
К, Л, М, Н, О, П, Р, С)
Задание 1. Прочитайте и переведите текст, ответьте на
вопросы.
Meet the Confords
The Cornfords live in Ruggy at 28 Coronation Street. John
Cornford is a rich businessman of about fifty. He’s tall and dark. He
wears dark suits but at weekends he wears casual clothes. He usually
gets up at six, does some exercises and goes to the office. He never
gets back before ten o’clock at night, so he doesn’t see much of his
family. He is interested in collecting pictures of horses. At the
moment he is traveling on business in America because he’s opening
an office over there next year.
Sarah, Mr. Cornford’s wife, is forty-five. She is an attractive
woman with blond hair and soft blue eyes. She is kind and gentle,
very practical and full of common sense; Sarah is a house-wife. She
looks after the house and the family.
The Cornfords have two children – a son and a daughter. Their
son’s name is Steve. He is 22. He is a clever young man. He works at
a design office. He is a very outdoor person – he is a keen sailor and
a member of the local yacht club. When he has a chance Steve and
his friends get down to the coast for the weekend, camping there and
sailing in the competitions.
Steve has a number of close friends and a beautiful girl-friend,
Pauline, by name. Pauline studies at a teacher’s training college.
Steve and Pauline often go out for the evening to the cinema or elsethey go skating at the Rugby skating rink. Pauline is a very good
skater and she is trying to teach Steve how to skate well.
Steve’s sister, Alice, is a lovely, quiet, serious girl. She goes to
grammar school.
Sarah’s mother, Grandma, as the children call her, also lives
with them. She is in her late sixties.
Вопросы к тексту
1. Is the Cornford family large?
2. How many are they.
3. Where do they live?
4. When does Mr. Cornford get up?
5. Where does the Cornfords’ son work?
6. Are Steve and Pauline friendly and sociable?
Задание 2. Раскройте скобки, напишите
количественные местоимения much, many. Переведите
предложения.
1. I (to be) in London now. There (to be) много buildings
there.
2. He (to be) at home in the evening. Usually there (to be)
много друзей in the sitting room.
3. There (to be) много books and newspapers there.
4. I (to be) in this city for this time. There (to be) много snow
to my surprise.
5. We (to be) in the students canteen. There (to be) много
людей здесь.
Задание 3. Раскройте скобки, поставьте сказуемое
в форме Present Simple.
1. He (to know) much about this town.
2. We (to live) in the Far East.
3. You (to read) foreign press.
4. She (to get up) early.
5. They (to go) to the University in the afternoon.
Задание 4. Напишите отрицательные предложения.1. I help my parents.
2. She likes her work.
3. They study at the medical academy.
4. In the evening we attend the English courses.
5. My uncle speaks French.
Задание 5. Раскройте скобки, поставьте сказуемое
в Present Simple или Present Continuous. Переведите
предложения.
1. I (to write) an English exercise now.
2. My sister (to sleep) now.
3. His father (to watch) TV at the moment.
4. I (to drink) strong coffee every day.
5. He (to work) in the garden on weekend.
Задание 6. Раскройте скобки и поставьте сказуемое Past
Simple. Переведите.
1. On Monday we (to have) 5 lessons.
2. The first lesson (to be) Russian.
3. At that lesson we (to write) a dictation.
4. Nick (to go) to the blackboard.
5. He (to answer) well and (to get) five.
6. After the second lesson I (to go) to the canteen.
7. I (to eat) sandwiches and (to drink) a cup of tea.
8. I not (to go) home at once.
9. I (to go) to the library.
10. I (to decide) to take a journal.
11. I (to spend) there 2 hours.
12. In the evening I (to be) at home.
Задание 7. Раскройте скобки и поставьте сказуемое
в Past Simple или Past Continuous. Переведите.
1. I (to go) to the cinema yesterday.
2. I (to go) to the cinema when I met him.
3. I (to do) my homework in the evening.
4. I (to do) my homework when my mother came.
5. I (to play) chess the day before yesterday.Задание 8. Переведите предложения, обращая
внимание на степени сравнения прилагательных.
1. Это самая ценная картина в музее.
2. Наши экзамены гораздо труднее, чем ваши.
3. Кто самый младший ученик в группе?
4. Погода сегодня хуже, чем вчера.
5. Это здание самое высокое в городе.
Задание 9. Раскройте скобки. Поставьте глаголы
в Future или Future Continuous.
1. If you come late I (to be) (to sleep).
2. He (to read) the whole evening.
3. I (to send) E-mail to my American friend next week.
4. Don't come to me tomorrow I (to prepare) for my exams.
5. We (to walk) in the park at this time Вариант 2
(выполняют студенты, фамилии которых начинаются с букв
К, Л, М, Н, О, П, Р, С)
Задание 1. Прочитайте текст, переведите и ответьте на
вопросы.
Boss’ private office
(What a modern day office should look like)
In the designers’ community there is a clear dividing line
between “Westerners” and “Russian traditionalists”. Minimal
furnishings and high-tech office equipment are typical of the boss’
private offices in the West. The majority of Russian company
directors firmly believe that their private office should convey a
sense of awesomeness. The furnishings of the boss’ private office
include a dark-wood table, with inlaid designs and other high-end
furniture. The whole set-up of the boss’ private office gives you to
understand that he is a man of considerable stature.
By contrast, the furniture for a Russian company’s rank-and￾file employees can be the cheapest; it’s the norm for many Russian
companies to economize on furniture for their office workers.
Designers find it hard to work with such a company, as it will
interfere in the designing process and try to teach him how he should
create the office’s interior décor. Such an attitude on the part of
Russian managers is incomprehensible to Westerners.
This does not mean, however, that Russian managers can be
accused of being uncultured. It’s just that many of them are
compelled to follow long-standing traditions. They admit that they
personally have no need for a luxurious private office, and that is a
hindrance to efficient work. They point out, however, that clients
will find it strange if the manager’s office doesn’t have extravagant
furnishings.
Attitudes are different in the United States, where people of
the stature of Microsoft’s Bill Gates can go to work wearing an old
sweater and a pair of sneakers. If a Russian boss did that, eyebrows
would rise. Nonetheless, the number of Western-type offices is
increasing in Russia every year, and this is a stable trend.5
Вопросы к тексту
1. What is the difference between the furniture for a Russian
company’s rank-and-file employees and their bosses?
2. Why do the designers find it hard to work with some
companies in our country?
3. How do our managers account for (объясняют) their
extravagant furnishings?
4. What positive changes are taking place in this sphere?
Задание 2. Переведите, обращая внимание на формы
причастий.
1. Entering the room she turned on the light.
2. Looking out of the window she saw her mother watering the
flowers.
3. Hearing the sounds of music we stopped talking.
4. The coat bought last year is too small for me.
5. The girl reading the book is my sister.
Задание 3. Раскройте скобки и выберите нужную
форму: Past Simple или Present Perfect. Переведите.
1. She (to live) there last year.
2. The rain (to stop) half an hour ago.
3. The weather (to change) and we go for a walk..
4. I (to see) him today.
5. I just (to meet) our teacher.
Задание 4. Раскройте скобки и выберите нужную
форму: Past Simple или Past Perfect. Переведите.
1. I (to finish) my work at 7 o’clock.
2. By 2 o’clock the teacher (to examine) all the students.
3. Suddenly I (to remember) that I (to leave) my bag at home.
4. My friend (to decide) to visit this place.
5. When I (to enter) the hall the performance already (to begin).
Задание 5. Измените формы сказуемые в
действительном залоге на страдательный. Переведите.
1. The entire the group celebrated this birthday.6
2. I spent all my money on books.
3. I don’t think we shall do all this work today.
4. They are eating melon now.
5. The students have already passed the exam.
6. The elephant broke the tree.
7. The waves carried the boat away.
8. A boy showed her the way to the hotel.
Задание 6. Переведите предложение, обращая внимание
на модальные глаголы и их эквиваленты.
1. I shall have to write a composition.
2. She had to stay at home because she didn’t feel well.
3. We must work hard to learn English well.
4. I can’t recite this poem.
5. She can translate the article without a dictionary.
6. You must take part in this project.
7. The participants were to get there before the others.
8. There was to be a discussion later on
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