Испытание 1A (Модуль 1) p. 5
1b (Модуль 1) p. 9
Испытание 2A (Модуль 2) p. 13
2b (Модуль 2) p. 17
Тест ЗА (модуль 3) p. 21
3B (Модуль 3) p. 25
Тест 4A (Module4) p. 29
4B (Module4) p. 32
Тест 5А (модуль 5) С. 35
5b (модуль 5) p. 39
Средний тест (модули 1-5) p. 43
Тест 6A (модуль 6) p. 46
6b (модуль 6) p. 50
Тест 7A (модуль 7) p. 54
7b (модуль 7) p. 58
Тест 8A (модуль 8) p. 62
8B (модуль 8) p. 66
Тест 9A (модуль 9) p. 70
9b (модуль 9) p. 74
Тест 10A (модуль 10) p. 78
10b (модуль 10) p. 82
Тест выхода (модули 1-10) p. 86
Модульные тесты p. 89
Ключ к тестам / модульные тесты и Tapescripts p. 119
Test 3A/3B — Listening
Man: Hello! My name’s Bill, i live one floor above you, on the 4th floor. I’m in apartment 5. Welcome to the building.
Woman: Oh, hi! My name’s Martha.
Man: Is there anything I can do for you? I like to help
new people in the building.
Woman: Oh, you are very kind. Actually, I have got a problem you can help me with. Man: Oh, what is it?
Woman: Well, I can find my way to the post office, but I can’t find my way to the bank or the supermarket. Man: Oh, that’s easy! The bank is on Maple Avenue and the supermarket is on Beech Drive — oops, I mean Birch Drive.
Woman: Thanks. And Where’s the park? I have got three little boys and they love going to the park. Man: So do my four little girls. Anyway, there are two parks. One is on Willow Avenue and the other one is on Elm Road.
Woman: Well, that’s great. Thanks for all your help. I’d better go now. I have to collect the kids from school. It’s nearly three.
_Test 4A/4B — Listening_
Friend: What do you do after school each day? Kenneth: I do different things every day. On Monday, I usually go home after school and watch TV because we usually don’t have any homework on Mondays. Friend: Wow! No homework on Mondays. That’s nice. How about the other days?
Kenneth: I have basketball practice every Tuesday
evening and on Wednesday I go swimming with friends
at the town swimming pool.
Friend: Is the swimming pool nice?
Kenneth: Yes. Maybe you can come with us next week?
Friend: Oh, I’d like that. And what do you do on
Thursday and Friday?
Kenneth: Well, on Thursday I go cycling because I am also in the cycling club. You can join if you like … Friend: Maybe, but first I need to buy a bicycle. Kenneth: … and on Friday night I always go to the cinema with my friends. That’s my favourite night. Friend: I actually prefer Saturdays. No school! I play football in the afternoon. What do you do?
Kenneth: Oh, on Saturday I go shopping with my friends. Sometimes I buy a CD or a book. I like reading on Sunday afternoons when I don’t have any homework.
Test 5A/5B — Listening
e.g. What is Marian doing to prepare for the party?
A: Hi, Marian. You look busy.
S: Yes, I’m really tired. There’s so much dust here.
A: Why don’t you take a rest while I put away the shopping?
B: Great idea. Then we can make the decorations together.
46 What is Gladys buying Brenda for her birthday?
A: Hi, Gladys. What are you doing here?
B: Hi. I’m buying a present for Brenda’s birthday.
A: Really? Are you getting that handbag?
B: No, that’s my handbag! I’m buying her this lovely watch.
47 What is Ian wearing?
A: Oh, I need some new clothes.
B: Why? That T-shirt looks great.
A: Thanks, but my boss likes me to wear a suit and a tie.
B: That must be expensive!
48 What is Leroy taking to the party?
A: Hey, Leroy, what are you taking to the party?
B: Well, Jane is making some sandwiches and I’m bringing a cake.
A: OK. I’ll bring some cola, then.
49 What is the weather like in Wigan today?
A: I hate Wigan. The weather is terrible here. It snows every winter.
B: But it’s summer, Alan!
A: I know, but it’s raining and that’s why the weather is still awful!
50 What date is the festival?
A: Oh, I can’t wait for the festival to start.
B: Does it start on the 17th this year?
A: No. It starts on the 18th and finishes on the 21st.
Mid Test (1-5) — Listening
8: Hi Cathy, it’s James. How are you?
A: Fine and you?
B: Fine. What’s that noise?
A: My brother is having a birthday party.
B: What are you doing?
A: I’m helping my Mum serve the food.
B: It sounds as if everyone is having a good time.
A: Yeah, it’s fantastic.
B: The music sounds good. Is your brother dancing? A: No, he’s playing musical chairs now. 8: What about food? Is it any good? A: Oh yes. We have pizza and hamburgers. Now the
kids are eating crisps. 8: Oh, keep me a hamburger, please. A: I have a better idea. Why don’t you come over
and have some with us? 8: Sure. See you soon.
Test 6A/6B — Listening
e.g. What does Pete enjoy doing?
A: So, Pete, how do you like to spend your free
time? Do you like reading books? 8: Not at all. I love playing computer games. A: Do you ever play chess on the computer? 8: Never.
48 What game are Mark and Les playing?
A: You know, Les, I really don’t like this game. It’s so boring.
8: But Mark, you usually love playing marbles. A: Not anymore. Let’s play dominoes instead. 8: I don’t have dominoes but I have Monopoly.
How about that? A: Great idea.
49 What club does Jane want to join?
A: So, Jane, what school club do you want to join?
I’m in the Drama Club and it’s great! B: I’d like to join the Music Club but it’s full up. A: I hear that there are some places left in the Art
Club. What about that? 8: Oh, that sounds nice.
50 What activity does Simon think is boring?
A: Shall we go swimming at the weekend, Simon?
8: Why don’t we try windsurfing, instead? And I don’t want to go fishing again either.
8: It’s so dull. All we do is sit there all day. I never catch any fish either.
51 What is Mary doing at the moment?
A: Hi, Mary. Do you want to come for a walk in the park with us?
8: I’d love to but I’m doing my homework now.
A: Oh, no. Perhaps you can come later on.
8: I have to cook dinner as well, so maybe tomorrow is better.
A: OK then. See you tomorrow.
52 Where does Roger usually go cycling?
A: Wow! Your new bike is great, Roger.
8: Yes, I love it. I go cycling every weekend.
A: Where do you go? I know there are some nice cycle tracks in the park.
8: Oh, I don’t go there — too easy. I usually go out into the country.
B: And sometimes I even go up that mountain over there. That’s tough!
A: I bet.
_Test 7A/7B — Listening_
Mary: Grandad, this old photography exhibition is very
interesting. Look! This picture is from the 1900s. Does
that building still exist today?
Grandad: No. That was the Cathedral Hotel. Today, in
its place there’s a modern building — the College of
Mary: I see … Grandad, was Manchester very different when you were young?
Grandad: Yes, a lot of things have changed. But it has never stopped being an interesting city to live in! Mary: Really? What was different back then? Grandad: First of all, a lot of people worked in the mines. It was really hard work and very dangerous. And back then, Manchester wasn’t as beautiful as it is now. Market Street, for example, was busy with people
doing their shopping, but it didn’t have as many nice buildings as it does today.
Mary: Oh, yes. Those modern glass buildings are very beautiful, but I like old buildings like the Portico Library.
Grandad: Oh … the Library … It had so many visitors back then.
Mary: It’s still the same! A lot of people visit the Portico Library today, even though they’ve got televisions and the Internet. Grandad: That’s true.
Test 8A/8B — Listening
A: Why don’t we visit the Georgia Aquarium today? I’ve heard it has got more than 100,000 fish and sea mammals from all around the world!
6: Really! What kind of fish and mammals?
A: Sharks, whales, penguins and lots of other kinds too! You can even touch some of them, like the anemones and the starfish.
B: Wow! It sounds like a great idea! Is it expensive?
A: Not really. It’s $24.00 for adults and $18.00 for children.
6: All right then. Today is Saturday. Do you think it is open after 3 o’clock?
A: Of course. The advert says that from Fridays to Sundays it stays open until 6 pm. There’s just one little problem.
A: It says here that you must book the tickets in advance.
B: Let’s book them then for next Saturday.
_Test 9A/9B — Listening_
Daniel: What are you doing, Mum?
Mum: I’m making a shopping list for your birthday
party on Saturday.
Daniel: Oh, do you need any help?
Mum: Actually yes. I don’t know what’s best to cook.
Can you tell me what foods your friends like best?
Daniel: Sure! I know that Sally likes lemon pie.
Alum: OK. That’s easy to make. What about George?
Daniel: Well, George loves apple muffins.
Mum: All right. Does anyone like banana ice cream?
Daniel: Not really, but Kate is crazy about vanilla ice
cream, so can we get some?
Mum: Of course. Shall we have some cream cheese sandwiches?
Daniel: No, Alex doesn’t like cream cheese. Let’s have
some pepperoni pizza instead. It’s his favourite food.
Mum: No problem. What about some French fries?
Daniel: Oh, yes! Joy loves them!
Mum: And what about your cake?
Daniel: Both Roger and I are crazy about chocolate, so
can we have a chocolate cake?
Mum: Yes, you can. I have a great recipe for chocolate
Test 10A/1 OB — Listening
A: So where are you going with your family on holiday
this year, Sebastian? B: We’re going on a luxury cruise! A: Wow! Where? B: Around the Mediterranean. A: Fantastic! How long for?
B: Two weeks altogether. We are going to some great
places. A: Really? Where?
B: Well, first we’re going to spend six days sailing
around the Greek islands. A: Oh, that will be fun. B: Then, we’re going to Alexandria, in Egypt. A: Are you staying there for long? B: No, just for two days. Then on to Sicily for another few days.
A: Sicily is great. I was there last year. 8: We are going to be there for three days. A: That’s plenty. Is that the end of the cruise then? B: No, we are also going to Malta for two days and
then we are coming home. A: I hope you have a fabulous time. B: Thanks.
Exit Test (1-5) — Listening
Lucy: Hi, Mark. Are you having a nice time in Rome? Mark: Yeah, it’s great! Today, I’m going to do some sightseeing. There are so many beautiful buildings here. Lucy: Your sister likes sightseeing. Are you going to go together?
Mark: Oh, no. She’s doing something different today. Mary wants to go shopping for souvenirs. My Mum is going to go shopping, too, but she’s going to go to the department stores. She wants to buy some nice clothes. Lucy: I’m sure your brother is going to taste the local food.