A day on the tennis court егэ ответы

Установите соответствие между заголовками а-н и текстами 1 -7. занесите свои ответы в таблицу. используйте каждую букву только один раз.

Установите соответствие между заголовками А-Н и текстами 1 -7. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

A. Room service
B. Safety on board
C. Information
D. Post office and telephone
E. Entertainment
F. Restaurant
G. Excursions
H. Dress code

1. The meal times are scheduled in the daily programmes. Menu for the day is posted at the entrance of the restaurant. During the cruise you will enjoy cuisine variety in the restaurant. If for some reason you are on a special diet, please, inform the reception staff about it. Tea and coffee are included with each meal. Bar drinks can be purchased from the bartenders in the bar or in the restaurant during meal times.
2. You can purchase stamps, envelopes and postcards at the Reception Desk. Mail will be sent from the nearest port. Pay phone cards to make a local, distant or international call are available at the Reception Desk. The Receptionists will show you the location of the pay phone on board.
3. Most of tours involve a considerable amount of walking, thus comfortable walking shoes are advised. Dress code on board is generally casual. A visit to Orthodox churches or monasteries requires observing certain regulations, such as wearing trousers for gentlemen, no shorts, long skirts or pants and head scarves for ladies. For Captain’s Dinner you might prefer to have a dressier outfit.
4. You can contribute to environmental protection by lessening the damage caused by detergents. Your towel will be changed when you drop it down on the floor of your bathroom. If you leave it hanging, we would assume you are intending to use it again. Generally bath towels are changed every third day, hand towels — every day.
5. If you would like to extend your programme we are pleased to offer you a number of optional tours. Bills for optional tours will be added to your ship account. In every port of call you are requested to observe the departure time of the ship. Make sure you are on board no later than 15 minutes before the ship disembarks.
6. Schedules are delivered daily. Route information is posted on bulletin board. Radio announcements for guests will go over the passengers address system. The staff is open to your questions and happy to accommodate you.
7. You are travelling on a ship conforming to security standards accepted in the world. The crew of the ship is well trained for emergency action. In case of emergency situation on board follow the instructions of crew members. Use your life vest which is stored under your bed. When walking along the decks be very cautious as decks may be slippery when wet, be very careful on steep staircases.

Задание В3

Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски 1-6 частями предложений A-G. Одна из частей в списке A-G лишняя. Занесите букву, обозначающую соответствующую часть предложения, в таблицу.

We arrived at Gatwick at 11.15 and made our way to the check in desk. 1 __________________________ we had some free time, so everyone went to the arcade, ate at Burger King or looked around the shops. The flight was quiet and almost all of us played games.
Not many of us had been to Rome and so we saw a very different environment from the one we live in. The houses were yellow, there were terracotta tiles on the floor outside the cafes and the most common transport was the moped. We got to our hotel, sorted out our rooms, unpacked and went out to dinner. The pasta was exquisite!
Lovely sunshine and comfortable temperatures were the norm and very nice it all was too, 2 __________________________ — but then we were warm and dry in the coach, 3 __________________________ . The weather was important as most of our visits were to Roman remains.
The real Roman bit started with the trips round the Forum, Palatine Hill and the Colosseum 4 __________________________ .
On our way back to our hotel we were given a guided tour of the Church of San Clemente, whose remedns, 5__________________________ , took us back to the level of Nero’s Rome with its streets, alleys and the best preserved temple to Mithras in the world.
We spent time in Ostia, the port of Rome. During the 3rd century ВС, the town was primarily used as a naval base and played an important part in various wars. The remains of the town itself are in excellent condition, 6 __________________________ .
Everything we had learned about, or seen in pictures, suddenly came to life. We hadn’t been there before but we felt that we knew it.

A. reaching down 50 metres below the modern street
B. considering that it was on at least one occasion partially destroyed by pirates
C. which would have made the group gasp in awe.
D. After we had confirmed everything
E. where the cruel world of Roman entertainment was mixed with the amazing technology below stage
F. so it didn’t matter
G. except for the coach drive from Rome to Sorrento

Задания A15-A21

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Wimbledon

There is a definite buzz to Wimbledon in July. This is the ‘village’ where Londoners celebrate both the sun and their proud lawn tennis roots. When you see the crowds streaming into the streets wearing sunglasses, summery dresses and straw hats, it’s like an official decree from the Queen herself: the long awaited British summer has rolled in.
Up until 6 July, there is only one reason to come to Wimbledon: tennis. Over one fortnight in June and July, the world’s top-seeded players fight it out in a grass court for the prestigious trophies. The atmosphere is electric. Famous faces dot the crowds, English flags wave for the players and vendors do a steady trade in strawberries and cream, which has come to be the official food of the Championships.
It is possible to get a ticket for Wimbledon on the day of the match. Get up and get there as early as possible. Day-of-play tickets are sold on strictly one-per-person queuing basis. Queues can be extremely long and your position in the queue cannot be reserved by equipment, you must be there in person!
If you’ve missed the Championships, make up for it with a visit to the award-winning Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. The museum offers a glimpse of how the gentle game of lawn tennis, once all the rage on the lawns of Victorian England and with origins that go far back to Medieval Royal Tennis, has become a multi-million dollar professional sport.
The museum offers wonderful views over Centre Court, You’ll find memorabilia donated from famous players and great footage of past matches, as well as art and artifacts that bring the excitement of the sport to life.
Visitors also partake in the other game in Wimbledon: walking. Take a picnic on one of Wimbledon’s many green areas. Wimbledon Common covers about 1,140 acres of woodland, heath land and mown recreation areas. Ten ponds promote a variety of bird, animal and plant life. The entire area is unfenced and is open to the public 24-hours a day throughout the year.
Shopaholics should head for the 320,000 square foot shopping centre at Centre Court, Wimbledon — the heart of Wimbledon retail. Three floors, with 62 shops and food outlets offer visitors a plethora of pleasant shopping. It’s also a convenient place to purchase memorabilia or to get a snack and stock up on provisions before the big match at the Wimbledon Tennis Grounds.
If you wish to seek out a bit of quiet time perhaps to meditate and think winning thoughts for your chosen tennis player hopeful, the first Buddhist temple in the UK is the place to visit. Four peaceful acres encompass an emposing temple, ornamental lake, a small grove, flower garden and orchard.

A15 Wimbledon is a famous place in England where you can:

1) see fashionably dressed people.
2) celebrate the beginning of summer.
3) buy strawberries and cream.
4) watch tennis matches.

A16 Tennis Championship:

1) is officially announced by the Queen.
2) takes place over one fortnight.
3) is a close event.
4) is the time when Londoners celebrate the sun.

A17 In paragraph 2 ‘day-of-play’ means that:

1) one person can buy many tickets for the match.
2) you can get a ticket on the day of the match.
3) you can book a ticket on the day of the match.
4) you must queue for a while.

A18 In the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum you can:

1) trace the history of tennis.
2) play tennis.
3) become a multi-million dollar professional.
4) see famous players.

A19 Wimbledon Common is:

1) a private area.
2) rich in flora and fauna.
3) another game in Wimbledon.
4) just a picnic area.

A20 Where can you have a meal?

1) at the Wimbledon Tennis Grounds.
2) at Centre Court.
3) at Wimbledon Common.
4) at Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.

A21 The Buddhist temple

1) is the only place to visit in Wimbledon.
2) is the place for religious people.
3) is a beautiful place to visit and meditate.
4) is the fourth in the UK.

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Задание 1

Now we are ready to start.

Speaker A

My idea of a perfect friend is that it’s a person who stays with you in ups and downs. A true friend is someone who’s always with you whether you need money or a shoulder to cry on. He or she is always there to support and help you without being asked. You’d really know your true friends when you are having a bad time in life. I think a perfect friend is also patient and doesn’t get angry too quickly… in short an ideal friend should be perfect with his or her friend. I have only two friends that I can really call ‘close friends’. Others are just acquaintances.

Speaker B

I would like to have a friend of the same height as myself because usually all my friends are shorter than me. Of course my best friend has to be fun to talk to and she must be a good listener as well. But most importantly, a perfect friend is someone who tells me I have something on my face if I do and doesn’t just let me walk around with it there. A perfect friend is someone that I can trust, someone who is always with me. Unfortunately, I’ve never had a perfect friend. All my previous ‘friends’ used to lie to me. But I think my family are my best friends.

Speaker C

An ideal friend is a person who knows everything about you and shares all the happy and depressing moments of your life. When I cry, they simply cry with me. They are the ones who are totally caring and really understanding and they could help us in solving our problems. They cheer us up when we feel sad. They joke when we need to laugh. That’s what I call ‘perfect friends’. Nowadays, I don’t know whether I have a perfect friend or not because people are changing. But that’s OK as long as I am the one who is a perfect friend for my friends.

Speaker D

A true friend is someone who is loyal, and brings out the best in you. They never hesitate and tell the truth no matter whether you’ve done a good or a bad thing and try to improve you because they love you and care for you and would never ever let you down as they are your true friends. A true friend would never go behind your back and do something shady. In short, a perfect friend is someone who never talks behind your back no matter what … that hurts me most!!

Speaker E

Well, my best friend doesn’t really comfort me when I’m upset over bad grades at school … she takes an easier way out and tickles me instead. She’s rather short-tempered and often fights over little things, storms away … but returns an hour later with a chocolate cake and an apology. She appears visibly bored with my constant chatter but surprisingly, recalls even the most insignificant detail of what I’ve said. She has a weird way of showing that she cares for me, but the bottom line is, she does care a lot! I think that my best friend is my perfect friend for that simple reason that she’s ‘not-so-perfect’!!

Speaker F

It’s great to have true friends! They love and care for you, they will always listen to you and stand by you. True friends are honest and loyal; they will never betray you or hurt you. What really matters is that a close friend is there for you no matter what. Friends come and go, but a true one will never leave you in any situation. A perfect friend is someone who is always there to catch you when you fall, someone who you can have fun with. Well, as for my experience, all my friends leave me because they migrate to different places where it is hard to stay in touch.

You have 15 seconds to complete the task. (Pause 15 seconds.)

Now you will hear the texts again. (Repeat.)

This is the end of the task. You now have 15 seconds to check your answers. (Pause 15 seconds.)

1. Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A-F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

1) A perfect friend is not always ideal.
2) True friends always share everything with us.
3) A perfect friend never gossips.
4) A friend in need is a friend indeed.
5) A perfect friend is always honest.
6) A true friend will never abandon you.
7) A true friend is the greatest of all blessings.

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Задание 2

Now we are ready to start.

Fred: Well, James, I’ve got to admit you have a beautiful backyard. How do you do it?
James: Oh, it does take time and patience. But I’ve also got a few secrets…
Fred: OK, OK, what do I have to do to make you reveal your secrets? You know if I had the money, I’d just hire a gardener.
James: No, Fred, you needn’t do that. I’d never hire a gardener. Working in the yard is the greatest form of relaxation that I know of. It’s so relaxing to hear birds singing!
Fred: You’re kidding, right?! I don’t have any birds in my backyard.
James: That’s not a problem. If you want the birds to stay in your backyard, then you must provide shelter for them. A birdhouse can be a cheap and easy way to do this.
Fred: I don’t think I’ll be able to make a birdhouse myself and there are no shops selling them either.
James: Then you can try limiting the amount of grass you have in your backyard. Most song birds don’t like grass, but prefer shrubs and trees. It’s good that you’ve got so many trees!
Fred: I would have never planted so many trees if I had known how much work they’d require.
James: You see, that’s your problem. Your attitude is all wrong.
Fred: Excuse me. My attitude is wrong? What does attitude have to do with gardening?
James: You’ve got to love working in the backyard — that’s my secret!
Fred: Love working in the backyard? What! What kind of secret is that? I expected some special lawn mower, or a special type of gardening tools.
James: No, any lawn mower or tool will do the job. It’s all in the mind.
Fred: So you think that if I had a better feeling about my work in the garden, everything would be wonderful and I’d have a beautiful lawn and healthy plants like yours, right?
James: … yes, yes that’s it. You’ve got it!
Fred: To tell you the truth, I think you’re crazy!! On second thoughts, I think I’ll just pay a gardener.
James: Ha-ha, that won’t work.
Fred: Why not?
James: Because he has to enjoy his gardening…
Fred: Please, James, thank you very much for your advice. But, don’t start it again!

You have 15 seconds to complete the task. (Pause 15 seconds.)
Now you will hear the text again. (Repeat.)
This is the end of the task. You now have 15 seconds to check your answers. (Pause 15 seconds.)

2. Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений A-G соответствуют содержанию текста (1 — True), какие не соответствуют (2 — False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 — Not stated). Занесите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа в таблицу. Вы услышите запись дважды.

A James has got a big backyard.
B Fred has got enough money to hire a gardener.
C It doesn’t take much effort and money to make a birdhouse.
D Fred regrets having planted so many trees.
E Fred will need a special lawn mower to limit the amount of grass in his backyard.
F James has got lots of gardening tools.
G Fred didn’t take James’s advice seriously.

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Задание 3-9

Now we are ready to start.

When I’m stopped on the street, people often want to tell me that they’ve never forgotten my match against Bobby Riggs in 1973. Every single day of my life, people come up to me and say, ‘I remember watching you play that match, and win.’ Men, especially, tell me this. It’s amazing. They say, ‘I have a daughter now, and she’s ten years old. I’m raising my daughter differently because of seeing you play that match.’ They really insist that their daughters and sons have equal opportunities. It’s been a huge shift in attitude. These men are so different from their fathers and grandfathers.

My parents have always been the biggest inspiration in my life. They worked three jobs so that my brother, Randy, and I could pursue our athletic dreams as kids. They taught us great lessons, which are particularly relevant today, with the economy the way it is. My parents always said, ‘If you don’t have it, don’t spend it.” When I was eleven and wanted to buy my first tennis racket, they didn’t buy it for me. I had to work odd jobs to earn it. Their attitude was, ‘Let’s see if you’re really interested.

Let’s see if you have the focus.’ I guess I solved that one!

Actually, I don’t have much free time but when I do have a spare minute, I enjoy reading. My favourite book is Banker to the Poor: Micro-Lending and the Battle Against World Poverty by Muhammad Yunus, the economist who won the Nobel Prize in 2006. It’s great. He explains how he developed the Grameen Bank and how, through the concept of micro-financing, he was able to change a lot of people’s lives. As soon as he gave out a small loan to different people, he began to visualize what that could lead to. He saw the potential. He is one of my heroes. That’s what I try to do for tennis and other things.

The person I admire most of all is Julie Foudy, former Olympic soccer star. She walks into a room and just lights it up. We see each other every October at the Women’s Sports Foundation dinner in New York, which brings together athletes from over 130 sports. She’s energetic, bright, and possesses all of the qualities that go into leadership, which sports is a great venue for. Sometimes she’ll just call me and say, ‘Help!’ We should all ask for help when we need it, particularly when we’re young-and, you know, when you need help. It takes courage to ask for it. With her energy and her leadership qualities, Julie can do just about anything. That’s great!

People always think that being a great sportsman doesn’t require any effort. They believe that success is easy. Absolutely wrong! Athletes must have a daily discipline of mind, body, and soul. They have to do it all as physical exertion teaches tenacity and will power. But you cannot just be ‘dead from the neck up.’ It is also a way of thinking, the mental side that often spells the difference between an average hitter and a good hitter and between a good hitter and a great hitter. Life is difficult sometimes. But every time I see a ball bounce, I think about bouncing back myself. It’s a philosophy.

I don’t only think about winning tennis matches. I also think about what I’ve done off the court. Everything I’ve done is trying to push the envelope, whether it’s on or off the court, to create a more level playing field for others and to help people have a better quality of life. That’s what I care about.

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Now you will hear the text again. (Repeat.)

This is the end of the task. You now have 15 seconds to check your answers. (Pause 15 seconds.)

This is the end of the Listening Test.

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3. The narrator says she is amazed because

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4. The narrator’s parents taught her

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5. The economist Muhammad Yunus is the narrator’s hero because

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6. The narrator particularly admires Julie Foudy because

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7. According to the narrator,

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8. The narrator believes that a great tennis player

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9. The narrator concentrates on

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10. Установите соответствие между заголовками 1-8 и текстами A-G. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

1) Special Attitude is Required
2) Lack of Challenge May Cause Problems
3) Gifted Children Always Become Famous
4) Awareness of Giftedness

5) Gifted Children Have no Support
6) Contrary to Popular Belief
7) Being Gifted Is not Always Easy
8) Identifying the Gifted Child

A. Gifted children’s behaviour differs from that of their age-mates. Many gifted children learn to read early, with better comprehension of the nuances of language. As much as half of the gifted and talented population has learned to read before entering school. They can work independently at an earlier age and can concentrate for longer periods. They like to learn new things, are willing to examine the unusual, and are highly inquisitive.

B. Being academically gifted is a topic laced with myths and fears, many of which are unfounded. Moreover, academically gifted children often face special problems. So do their parents. Schools treat those children differently from those whose talents lie in other areas, like music, art, and sports. Gifted children may also be learning disabled, or have another disability while being highly intelligent.

C. Social and emotional difficulties are not directly linked to giftedness. Rather, they result from a lack of understanding by the child of the nature of their intellectual differ- ence. Parents and teachers don’t usually discuss this difference with them because of the concern that they may get a ‘swelled head’. The risk is that gifted children may view their differences as ‘weird’ or ‘bad’ or try to ignore or deny them.

D. Most of the athletes are allowed to develop their special skills at whatever rate best suits them. No one tries to stop them from becoming much better baseball players or swimmers than their classmates. Yet if an academically gifted child tries to do two years of work in one, that’s viewed as potentially harmful. Much of the concern focuses on the non-academic areas of these gifted children’s development.

E. Researchers emphasize that for the vast majority of academically gifted children those concerns are groundless. In fact, these children are more likely to develop social and even academic problems if they don’t feel intellectually challenged. If gifted children don’t go to challenging programs, they may not learn how to learn. Eventually, in college or graduate school, they feel emotionally overwhelmed when they can’t just coast through their courses anymore.

F. Gifted children represent both a challenge and a resource for schools. Educators have a responsibility to provide programs to meet the educational needs of gifted students who are capable of learning at advanced levels. Ideally, schools should have specifically trained teachers for gifted students to create a challenging and supportive learning environment for these children.

G. Gifted children are often viewed as ‘the smart ones’ who should know everything. Yet, being gifted does not mean they possess great abilities in every area. Albert Einstein was 4 years old before he spoke a word. Winston Churchill failed the 6th grade, and Leo Tolstoy flunked out of college. What do these three famous people have in common? In fact, they are all considered gifted, and in some cases, geniuses.

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11. Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A-F частями предложений, обозначенными цифрами 1-7. Одна из частей в списке 1-7 лишняя. Занесите цифру, обозначающую соответствующую часть предложения, в таблицу.

Solar panels on the roof aren’t just providing clean power; they are cooling the house. Using thermal imaging, researchers determined that during the day, a building’s ceiling was 5 degrees Fahrenheit cooler under solar panels than under an exposed roof. At night, the panels help hold heat in, A___________.

As solar panels sprout on an increasing number of residential and commercial roofs, it becomes more important to consider their impact on buildings’ total energy costs. Data for the study was gathered over three days on the roof of the San Diego School of Engineering with a thermal infrared camera. The building is equipped with tilted solar panels and solar panels B___________. Some portions of the roof are not covered by panels.

The panels essentially act as roof shades. Rather than the sun beating down onto the roof, C___________, photovoltaic panels take the solar beating. Then much of the heat is removed by wind blowing between the panels and the roof. The benefits are greater if there is an open gap D___________, so tilted panels provide more cooling. Also, the more efficient the solar panels, the bigger the cooling effect. For the building researchers analyzed, the panels reduced the amount of heat reaching the roof by about 38 percent.

Although the measurements took place over a limited period of time, the team developed a model that allows them to extrapolate their findings to predict cooling effects throughout the year.

For example, in winter, the panels would keep the sun from heating up the building. But at night, they would also keep in E___________.

There are more efficient ways to passively cool buildings F___________. But, if you are considering installing solar photovoltaic, depending on your roof thermal properties, you can expect a large reduction in the amount of energy you use to cool your residence or business.

1) that are flush with the roof
2) such as reflective roof membranes
3) which causes heat to be pushed through the roof
4) where air can circulate between the building and the solar panel
5) that was not covered with panels
6) reducing heating costs in the winter
7) whatever heat accumulated inside

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Arriving home after her part-time job at Burger King, Lykesia Lilly planned to shoot some hoops. It was late afternoon on a Sunday. Maybe she’d even play some one-on-one with her little nephew Adrian before supper. But when Lilly asked her sister where the boy was, her casual question was met with concern. ‘I was outside looking for him because his dad and I realized we hadn’t seen him in a while, ’ recalls Adrian’s mother, Stephanie Crump. ‘He was supposed to be playing at a house down the street, but when we called, he wasn’t there.’

In their tiny, rural community of Burnsville, North Carolina, kids still run freely from yard to yard, popping in and out of single-story brick houses with tree-lined lawns. Even traffic poses little threat. The hamlet’s centre consists of a single blinking caution light and two stores. But on that sunny May afternoon, six-year-old Adrian Clark seemed to have simply vanished. Much of his close and extended family joined in a frantic search, combing the neighbourhood and the energetic first grader’s usual play spots.

Finally, they heard faint cries coming from below a mound of rocks piled on his grandmother’s lawn. ‘We could hear him, but we couldn’t see him, ’ recalls Lilly. ‘It was like he was invisible.’ Following his voice, they stumbled on an abandoned well covered with landscaping shale that had been forgotten for years. Somehow Adrian had pushed the slabs aside and slipped into the ragged hole in the ground. There, down the dark, narrow shaft, they saw him — a small figure 15 feet below, suspended over water. Exhausted and shivering, he’d been clinging to pieces of craggy rock and concrete for nearly an hour.

From the lip of the well, the family tried to reassure the child. But they had no idea how to get him out. The well was only 14 inches wide at the top, ‘the size of a five-gallon bucket, ’ says Crump. ‘We realized none of the adults could fit through it.’ They lowered a long orange extension cord, but Adrian — who’d slipped into the murky, freezing water three times by now — was too afraid to let go of the wall to wrap the lifeline around himself.

Fighting hysteria, Crump made two calls to 911. One reached the local volunteer fire department, and the other, the Anson County EMS dispatcher, 13 miles away. But Crump still worried that Adrian would lose his grip before they got there. That’s when Lilly decided she had to go down — despite her inability to swim. ‘Everyone was panicking and crying, and I knew I couldn’t wait any longer, ’ she recalls. ‘I just had to get my nephew.’

Crump and Adrian’s father, Dale Clark, lowered Lilly down the shaft as far as they could, then let go. The well got wider part of the way down, and she slid past her nephew and into the water below. Fortunately, Lilly instinctively pushed off the bottom, 12 feet underwater, and surfaced just under Adrian. ‘I got focused, ’ she says. With the water level just under her nose, Lilly then bolstered her 100-pound nephew, who was shaking in his soaking clothes. With one arm, she grabbed the cord that Adrian’s father was dangling from above and tied it around Adrian’s waist. ‘I was pushing him and holding on with my legs while they were pulling, ’ Lilly says. ‘Somehow they got him out.’

Lilly herself was pulled out just as the rescue squad arrived. Both Adrian and Lilly were taken to the hospital, where he was blanketed with heat packs to ward off hypothermia and she was treated for bruises and lacerations. County workers sealed the well for good a few days later.

The next week, Crump threw a surprise party to honour the gentle-natured teen, who in the past had expressed fear of even the tamer rides at a nearby amusement park. ‘I think if my baby had drowned, if he hadn’t been able to hold on …’ Crump says. ‘I can’t thank Lykesia enough.’ Now working in a day-care centre, Lilly is hoping for a scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina, where she wants to study forensics. ‘She’s more serious and responsible now, ’ observes Crump. ‘I don’t think she knew she had it in her.’

Lilly and Adrian have been uniquely close since the rescue. ‘He reminds me all the time, ’ she says fondly. ‘He’ll say, ‘Thank you, Auntie, for saving me.’ And he’ll hug me. Just out of the blue.

(Adapted from ‘Leaps of Faith’ by Joanna Powell)

12. Arriving home, Lykesia Lilly intended

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13. Burnsville is

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14. Finally the family found Adrian

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15. Lilly decided she had to go down to Adrian because

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16. A few days later county workers

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17. After the accident Lilly

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18. In the last paragraph ‘Just out of the blue’ means

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Раздел 3. Грамматика и лексика.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст, предложения которого распределены по заданиям 19-25. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текстов. Заполните пропуски полученными словами.

19. Traffic Problems

In January 2003, the Congestion Charge ____________(INTRODUCE) in London to help solve the city’s traffic problems.

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20. However, London’s motorists still have traffic problems, ____________(CRAWL)through the city’s streets. London is just as congested with cars as it was before the introduction of the traffic charging scheme.

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21. ‘Without the Congestion Charge the traffic problems in London would be much ____________(BAD) now, ’ said the TfL’s Managing Director.

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22. ‘It already ____________(PROVE) successful in cutting traffic coming into London.’

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23. However, on its own, the traffic charging scheme ____________(NOT RESOLVE) the problem of congestion in the city. London streets remain clogged by RESOLVE road works and other measures designed to help pedestrians, buses and cyclists.

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24. Mayor of London Boris Johnson says he now ____________(WORK) with TfL on a ‘comprehensive approach’ to ease the congestion problem.

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25. He believes that the government soon ____________(IMPOSE) new measures to eliminate traffic congestion.

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Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст, распределенный по заданиям 26-31. Образуйте от слов, напечатанных заглавными буквами, однокоренные слова так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами.

26. Television Viewing

Television viewing has always been the main leisure activity for American teenagers. According to the ____________(FIND) of a Nielsen study, US teens spend more time watching television than on the computer.

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27. The study found that teenagers were more engaged than ____________(POPULAR) believed with traditional media such as live television, radio and newspapers.

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28. The amount of television watched by the ____________(TYPE) American teenager has increased by six percent over the past five years, which is rather alarming.

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29. Television is a passive ‘non-activity’, which often detracts from ____________(PERSONAL) and community-oriented activities.

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30. Time in front of the television cuts into family time and is a leading cause of ____________(OBESE) in both adults and children.

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31. Excessive TV use leads to a more sedentary lifestyle which is ____________(HEALTH) for all of us, both mentally and physically.

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Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами 32-38. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям 32-38, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов вместе с предложениями из текста ниже.

Dolphin Cove

The day is hot and humid; uncomfortable, so we move to sit in a shaded area. Waiting for the coach to pick us 32___________, I read my book but unfortunately I feel unwell. Hoping that it will pass before we arrive 33___________ dolphin cove I read to take my mind elsewhere.

Rebecca sits next to her Dad on the journey. A young couple sit close by and chat to us along the way. I notice how much the boy reminds me of my nephew, just an older version of him. Having got off the coach, we 34___________ off towards the beach and Rebecca enjoys a paddle in the sea.

A while later it is time for me to join my group at the edge of the cove. Rebecca is reluctant to let me go, becoming miserable and wanting to go home. She is upset at the 35___________ of having to wait.

As for me, I can’t wait to get into the water. Swimming over to the far side, refreshing cool water washes over me. Two dolphins appear in the cove weaving through the water. We form a line and they come up in front of us balancing on their tails, fins flapping. It’s amazing being so close. I am overwhelmed, smiling and laughing at the performance they are displaying for us. Now it’s my 36___________ to swim. I latch my hands on to their fins feeling their strength as they pull me with force through the water, 37___________ on a great ride with intensity.

To experience this was something I only dreamt of and never in my wildest dreams did I think it would become a fantastic opportunity. I feel so honoured to be with these magnificent creatures in the sea. We are all asked if we would like to participate in the next encounter of being lifted by our feet out of the water. Definitely, I’ll give that a 38___________! (A phenomenal privilege: an hour of my life which I will never forget.)

32. Выберите пропущенное слово

The day is hot and humid; uncomfortable, so we move to sit in a shaded area. Waiting for the coach to pick us 32___________, I read my book but unfortunately I feel unwell.

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33. Выберите пропущенное слово

Hoping that it will pass before we arrive 33___________ dolphin cove I read to take my mind elsewhere.

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34. Выберите пропущенное слово

Having got off the coach, we 34___________ off towards the beach and Rebecca enjoys a paddle in the sea.

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35. Выберите пропущенное слово

She is upset at the 35___________ of having to wait.

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36. Выберите пропущенное слово

Now it’s my 36___________ to swim.

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37. Выберите пропущенное слово

I latch my hands on to their fins feeling their strength as they pull me with force through the water, 37___________ on a great ride with intensity.

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38. Выберите пропущенное слово

Definitely, I’ll give that a 38___________! (A phenomenal privilege: an hour of my life which I will never forget.)

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39. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend George who writes:

…At school we are doing projects on famous singers from different countries. Could you tell me about any famous Russian singer? What is he or she famous for? How long has he/she been singing? Do you enjoy his/her songs? Have you ever been to his/her concerts?

As for my school trip to Edinburgh last week, it was really wonderful…

Write a letter to George.
In your letter

— tell him about the singer you admire most of all

— ask 3 questions about his trip to Edinburgh

Write 100 — 140 words.
Remember the rules of letter writing.

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40. Comment on the following statement.

Fast food is not harmful to our health.



What is your opinion? Do you agree with this statement?

Write 200 — 250 words.
Use the following plan:

— make an introduction (state the problem paraphrasing the given statement)

— express your personal opinion and give 2-3 reasons for your opinion

— express an opposing opinion and give 1-2 reasons for this opposing opinion

— explain why you don’t agree with the opposing opinion

— make a conclusion restating your position

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A Day on the Tennis Court

   Our next opponent in the tennis league, Richmond, came to the match with a dreadful record of 0 wins, 5 losses. The interesting thing about Richmond was their captain. Every captain has a different personality in this league, but I have been warned about Mikhail being a ‘A22 ………………. ‘.

   We hosted Richmond on Saturday. Some of their players, who had paid large A23 ………………. to be a member of their club, seemed annoyed that they had to play on our public courts, a far A24 ………………. from the quality of the typical private club. As their players took the court, Mikhail grabbed a measuring tape out of his bag and measured the height of the net. He complained that the net was a half inch too high and demanded that we drop it. I felt A25 ………………. saying, ‘Look, your team is 0-5, does it really A26 ……………….?’,but instead I lowered the net to his satisfaction.

   Due to Mikhail’s complaints, we started the match about fifteen minutes late. Later in the match, four points into a game, Mikhail called out the score ’40-15.’ ‘No, no. The score is 30 all,’ I said, approaching the net. My partner nodded in agreement.

   After a long argument and attempt to recall all of the points in the game, we could only remember three points. I said, ‘The rule in this case is that we play from 30-15, the specific points in the game we all agree on.’

    ‘No,’ Mikhail said, shaking his head. ‘As server, it’s my call and I say the score is 40-15. That’s the rule.’

    Mikhail went on to win his service game. Then, I started my next service game by shouting the score ’40 — A27 ……………….’.When Mikhail put both hands on his hips in clear protest, I said, ‘As server, it’s my call.’ And the congeniality went down from there.

   We went on to win the match. Afterwards, I learned Mikhail is one of those league players who always have an A28 ………………. for a loss.

А22

1) hurtful

2) boastful

3) handful

4) cupful

А23

1) dues

2) fee

3) price

4) expenses

А24

1) distance

2) way

3) cry

4) fly

А25

1) want

2) need

3) love

4) like

А26

l) mean

2) matter

3) important

4) necessary

А27

l) love

2) like

3) zero

4) nought

А28

1) answer

2) apology

3) excuse

4) objection