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Содержание раздел 1. аудирование слушать аудиоb1вы услышите 6 высказываний. установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 16 и утверждениями, данными в


Раздел 1. Аудирование 

Слушать аудио


Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 1—6 и утверждениями, данными в списке A—G. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей буквой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу
  • I prefer watching films at the cinema.
  • I’m not keen on films with special effects.
  • I have seen several very good films recently.
  • I usually trust my friends’ opinions of films.
  • Watching films at home seems more fun to me.
  • I am not influenced by film reviews in newspapers.
  • Cinemas are too expensive for me these days.
Говорящий 1 2 3 4 5 6
Вы услышите беседу журналиста с представителем общественности. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений А1-А7 соответствуют содержанию текста (1 — True), какие не соответствуют (2 — False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 — Not stated). Обведите 1 номер выбранного вами варианта ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды


The Friends of Fisher Park is a group of 25 children.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated


The local council is planning to build some flats where the park is now.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated


The man thinks local children need a place to play.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated


The group has just sent a letter to every councillor.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated


There are council elections every two years.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated


The man has decided that he wants to be on the local council.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated


The council will make its decision about the park next month.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated

Вы услышите высказывания людей в семи различных ситуациях. Ответьте на вопросы по содержанию высказываний, выбрав один из предложенных вариантов ответа. В заданиях А8-А14 обведите цифру 1,2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды


You will hear a news report about a fire. What was its probable cause?

  1. a person
  2. lightning
  3. faulty electrical wiring


You will hear a politician talking about her career. When did she become interested in politics?

  1. at school
  2. at university
  3. at work


You will hear a man talking about his house. What is he going to build next?

  1. an extension to the living room
  2. a swimming pool
  3. a garage


You will hear a nurse talking to a patient. What does he want the patient to do?

  1. get out of bed
  2. eat her lunch
  3. take her tablets


You will hear a woman talking about a lot of money. How did she get it?

  1. She won the national lottery.
  2. She entered a competition in a magazine.
  3. She inherited it from a relative.


You will hear a singer talking about his next album. What inspired him to write the songs on the album?

  1. his success
  2. a relationship
  3. his recent tour


You will hear a woman talking about moving to another country. What did she find difficult?

  1. getting a job
  2. learning the language
  3. meeting new people
A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14

По окончании выполнения заданий В1 и А1-А14 НЕ ЗАБУДЬТЕ ПЕРЕНЕСТИ СВОИ ОТВЕТЫ В БЛАНК ОТВЕТОВ № 1

ОБРАТИТЕ ВНИМАНИЕ, что ответы на задания Bl, A1-A14 располагаются в разных частях бланка. В1 расположено в нижней части бланка. При переносе ответов I в задании В1 буквы записываются без пробелов и знаков препинания.

Раздел 2. Чтение 


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

1. In Britain, most families are ‘nuclear families’. This means that the family consists of the parents and children. Of course, there are uncles and aunts and grandparents too, but they do not have much to do with raising the children and often live a long way away. In many other countries, the extended family’ is more common. With the extended family, uncles, aunts and grandparents live much closer to the parents and children — sometimes even in the same building — and everyone in the family has a much closer relationship.

2. Most teenagers say at some point: ‘When I’m a parent, I’m going to give my children much more freedom than I have now.’ When they do actually become parents however, they soon realise that giving a child or teenager lots of freedom is not always the best thing to do. Many parents end up hearing their children saying to them exactly the same things they said to their parents when they were young.

3. What does bringing up a child involve? Giving a child love and making a child feel safe in their environment are extremely important. So is providing food and warmth. Parents also have a duty to teach their children the difference between right and wrong, and to make sure their children get a good education. Some parents believe that their role is also to teach children about the importance of things such as family, religion and society.

4. The English phrases ‘a chip off the old block’ and like father, like son’ (or ‘like mother, like daughter’) are used to show the similarities between a parent and their child. These might be similarities in terms of appearance, behaviour or interests. For example, if a dad loves watching cricket and his son Eric becomes interested in cricket too, you might say, ‘Eric’s a chip off the old block, isn’t he?’

5. ‘Latchkey kids’ are a major problem in many countries, including Britain and the USA. These are children whose parents are still at work when they come home from school, so there is no one at home to look after them. Their parents aren’t there to help them with their homework, and some of them spend hours on their own before their parents return.

6. The idea of’quality time’ is based on an understanding that the amount of time a parent spends with their child is not the only important thing. What is also important is what they do together during that time. Ten minutes of discussing problems that a teenager is facing may be much more valuable than two hours of watching a movie together in silence.

7. Families work well when things are going well, but the real test of a family comes at times of stress. Perhaps Mum has been working too hard, or perhaps young Amy is taking exams at school. These are times when all families can find themselves fighting instead of helping each other. When a family is going through a crisis like this, it can often help to talk to someone outside the family. It could either be an expert, such as a family counsellor, or a trusted family friend.


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

The Eden Project, near St Austell in Cornwall, is not just one of the area’s major tourist attractions. Over a million people visit the Eden Project each year. It is now one of the most popular attractions in the whole of the UK, 1 ___.

Tim Smit was the person responsible for turning the Eden Project from a dream into a reality. Built on the site of an old china clay quarry, the Eden Project currently consists of two ‘biomes’ and a Visitor Centre, 2 ___.

Each biome is an enormous greenhouse. And they are enormous! The Humid Tropics biome, which contains plants and trees from tropical countries, is 100 metres wide, 200 metres long and 55 metres high. The second biome, which is called the Warm Temperate biome, is slightly smaller. Visitors walk through the biomes 3 ___.

The biomes also contain sculptures, waterfalls and birds and insects from the same environments that the plants come from. Information is given about each plant 4 ___.

The latest addition to the Eden Project is the Core. This building contains classrooms and exhibition spaces where visitors learn more about the environment. The design of the building matches the philosophy of the Eden Project, 5 ___.

The Eden Project has appeared in films and is used as a venue for other forms of entertainment, 6 ___

  • despite being fairly new
  • using shapes from nature
  • including concerts and plays
  • whereas there are no plans for other biomes
  • so visitors understand the display
  • which includes a cafe and gift shops
  • looking at the thousands of plants and trees
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А15-А21, обводя цифру 1,2, 3 или 4, 1 соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа

Damian would never have called himself a bully. A victim of bullying himself on occasion, if he’d thought for one second that he was bullying his classmates, he would have been devastated. The idea that he bullied his friends had never even entered his head. But now he was having to face up to the fact that perhaps in certain ways he was a bully.

It had all started in the mid-morning break, when Damian and a couple of his friends were discussing what to do about Frank Rice. Frank Rice was a bully and the whole school knew it. The question was, should they tell a member of staff the next time Frank picked on one of them? Damian thought they should. Chris and Will thought that they shouldn’t. As they were arguing, Damian said: ‘We’ve got to do something. He’s making people’s lives a misery. It can’t go on like this.’ There was silence when Chris replied: ‘Well, he’s not the only one, you know. You should take a look in the mirror, Damian, before accusing other people. You’re not perfect, you know.’

Damian was so shocked, he didn’t know how to reply. He didn’t know where to begin. Finally, he managed to ask: ‘What on earth do you mean? You’re not suggesting I’m a bully, are you? How am I like Frank Rice?’

Will explained. ‘No, you’re not like Frank Rice at all. Chris didn’t mean that. You don’t hit people, you don’t want to be horrible and nasty. You’re usually just trying to be funny, but sometimes the things you say do hurt people. Quite often, in fact.»Give me an example,’ said Damian.

‘Well, take yesterday, for example,’ said Will, ‘when we were in the changing room after football. You kept saying how Chris was such a terrible goalie, you seriously wondered if he’d been bribed by the other team.’

T was only joking!’ protested Damian. ‘You know that, Chris, don’t you? I was only teasing.’

«That’s exactly the point,’ said Will. ‘You were teasing Chris. And you do that a lot. It’s not very nice, you know. I could see that Chris was upset, even if you didn’t notice.’

‘Were you, Chris?’

‘Well, I can’t say I enjoyed it, to be honest. And Will’s right. You do seem to do it a lot.’

The bell rang, and they went off to class. Damian found it hard to concentrate for the rest of the morning. The conversation he’d had with Will and Chris kept coming back to haunt him. Was he a bully? If he was, he certainly didn’t mean to be. But there was no escaping the fact that two very good friends of his thought that his comments often hurt them.

At lunch, Damian, as usual, sat next to Chris and Will. ‘Guys, I’ve been thinking about what we were talking about earlier and I think you’re right. I just want to say that I’m really, really sorry. You’re my best friends, and I’d never do anything to hurt you on purpose. I can see that I do sometimes say things that would upset you, and I’m going to make a real effort not to do that from now on. Still friends?’

‘Of course we are, Damian,’ said Chris.’But thanks’ ‘No problem,’ said Will.

In the changing room that afternoon after football practice, Damian, Chris and Will were discussing the game. Will had fallen over the ball at one point, and Damian was just about to make a joke about it when he stopped himself. Am I allowed to say something like that?’ he thought to himself. ‘We are friends. We’ve got to be able to joke with each other. Or is it too nasty?’ Damian decided not to say anything on this occasion, but he began to realise that keeping his promise to Chris and Will would not be as easy as he’d thought.


From the first paragraph we learn that Damian has

  1. sometimes been bullied by other people.
  2. never thought about bullying before.
  3. briefly considered bullying his classmates.
  4. only been bullied once in his life.


The boys disagree about whether

  1. Frank will bully them again in the future.
  2. they should have told a teacher about Frank.
  3. Frank is making people feel very miserable.
  4. to tell a teacher if Frank bullies them again.


When Chris tells Damian to ‘take a look in the mirror’, he means Damian should

  1. look at what Frank has done to him.
  2. take more care with his appearance.
  3. think about his own behaviour.
  4. remember that no one is perfect.


Will’s explanation to Damian suggests that Frank Rice

  1. never tries to make people laugh.
  2. sometimes uses physical violence.
  3. doesn’t want to be nasty either.
  4. only uses language to hurt people.


The example from the previous day that Will gives shows that

  1. Will thinks it is extremely funny when Damian teases Chris.
  2. Damian only teases Chris and never makes jokes about Will.
  3. Damian’s jokes about Chris and Will can sometimes be cruel.
  4. Chris gets more upset by Damian’s comments than Will does.


Damian finds it difficult to concentrate in class because he

  1. is angry his friends have accused him of being a bully.
  2. believes he will never be friends with Chris and Will again.
  3. is continually looked at by Will and Chris during the lessons.
  4. can’t stop thinking about what he’s been accused of.


In the changing room, Damian understands that

  1. it is difficult to balance making jokes with being nice.
  2. he has already broken his promise to Chris and Will.
  3. keeping his promise is the most important thing to him.
  4. stopping himself from saying nasty things will be impossible.
A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21

По окончании выполнения заданий В2, ВЗ и А15-А21 НЕ ЗАБУДЬТЕ ПЕРЕНЕСТИ СВОИ ОТВЕТЫ В БЛАНК ОТВЕТОВ № 1

ОБРАТИТЕ ВНИМАНИЕ, что ответы на задания В2, ВЗ и А15-А21 располагаются в разных частях бланка.

Раздел 3. Грамматика и лексика 

Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами В4-В10, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В4-В10

Alexander Fleming

Have you heard of penicillin? It’s a type of medicine that

В4 ___KILL___

bacteria. Bacteria can cause infections.

Many people

В5 ___DIE___

in the past because of them.

A doctor from Scotland called Alexander Fleming discovered antibiotics. Fleming

В6 ___STUDY___

medicine at St Mary’s Hospital in London.

During the First World War, he worked in a hospital in France,

В7 ___HELP___

the soldiers who had been hurt.

After the war, he

В8 ___MAKE___

an important discovery. He discovered a way to kill bacteria.

At the time, however, other doctors


how important Fleming’s discovery was. Because of this, he stopped doing his experiments.


В10 ___TAKE___

several years for scientists to realise that Fleming had found a way to save millions of lives.

Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами В11-В16, так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В11-В16

Harry Houdini is said to be the greatest magician of all time.

He started doing his magic show professionally in the USA in 1891. In 1893, he met a fellow

B11 ___PERFORM___

called Bess Rahner. They married three weeks later and, for the rest of Houdini’s career, Bess worked as his

B12 ___ASSIST ___

on stage.

Houdini mainly concentrated on card tricks at the

В13 ___BEGIN___

of his career. It was his incredible escape acts, though, that brought him fame and great wealth.

In 1904, after a four-year

B14 ___EUROPE___

tour, Houdini returned to the States with cause for


. He had become a major star in the entertainment world and audiences couldn’t get enough of his

B16 ___DRAMA___

and exciting act. Houdini carried on thrilling audiences until his death in 1926, at the age of 52.

Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами А22-А28. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям А22-А28, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. Обведите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа

‘Jane, will you marry me?’

It was not the most romantic of settings. Graham and Jane were in the supermarket, and Jane was in the middle of pointing out to Graham that the supermarket’s own

A22 ___

of soup was exactly the same as the more famous, but more expensive, soup next to it.

‘don’t be silly, Graham,’ was Jane’s reply.

I’m not being silly. I’m deadly serious.’ To

A23 ___

it, Graham got down on one knee.

‘Graham, people are looking. Get up!’

‘Not until you give me an answer,’ said Graham, beginning to get annoyed.

‘All right. The answer’s no.’

Graham paused. ‘No?’ he finally said. ‘No? Why not? Give me one good

A24 ___

.’ He began to feel slightly uncomfortable — physically and emotionally.

‘I can’t believe we’re having this conversation here,’ said Jane. ‘Let’s just finish the shopping and go home.’ ‘I’m not going anywhere until you’ve explained to me why we shouldn’t get married. We love each other!’

‘Of course we do,’ said Jane,

A25 ___

if she was talking to a young child, ‘but that doesn’t mean we should get married, does it? You get married when you want to settle

A26 ___

and make a life together. I only met you three months ago. Ask me again in a year or two, if we’re still going

A27 ___


‘If… if,’ stammered Graham. ‘You think we might not be?’

‘Graham!’ said Jane. ‘You’re being ridiculous! Now, let’s not talk about it again.

A28 ___

me a packet of spaghetti, would you?’

Graham handed Jane the spaghetti. ‘So, you’ll think about it, then?’ he asked eventually. Jane rolled her eyes, let out a deep sigh, and pushed the trolley over to the breakfast cereals.


  1. product
  2. mark
  3. brand
  4. style


  1. present
  2. exhibit
  3. reveal
  4. prove


  1. thought
  2. sense
  3. reason
  4. cause


  1. as
  2. even
  3. what
  4. only


  1. down
  2. in
  3. up
  4. on


  1. by
  2. off
  3. out
  4. with


  1. Deliver
  2. Pass
  3. Donate
  4. Forward
A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28

По окончании выполнения заданий В4-В16, А22-А28 НЕ ЗАБУДЬТЕ ПЕРЕНЕСТИ СВОИ ОТВЕТЫ В БЛАНК ОТВЕТОВ № 1

ОБРАТИТЕ ВНИМАНИЕ, что ответы на задания В4-В16, А22-А28 располагаются в разных частях бланка. При переносе ответов в задании В4-В16 буквы записываются без пробелов и знаков препинания.

Раздел 4. Письмо 

Для ответов на задания Cl, С2 используйте БЛАНК ОТВЕТОВ № 2. При выполнении заданий С1 и С2 особое внимание обратите на то, что ваши ответы будут оцениваться только по записям, сделанным в БЛАНКЕ ОТВЕТОВ № 2. Никакие записи черновика не будут учитываться экспертом. Обратите внимание также на необходимость соблюдения указанного объема текста. Тексты недостаточного объема, а также часть текста, превышающая требуемый объем — не оцениваются. При заполнении БЛАНКА ОТВЕТОВ № 2 вы указываете сначала номер задания Cl, C2, а потом пишите свой ответ. Если одной стороны бланка недостаточно, вы можете использовать другую сторону бланка


You have 20 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend Rebecca, who writes:

My parents often get annoyed with me because I spend a lot of time on the phone talking to my friends. How can I explain to my parents that my friends are very important to me? How can I stay in touch with my friends if I don’t use the phone? What can I do about the situation? By the way, a new shopping centre has opened in our town!

Write a letter to Rebecca. In your letter:

  • answer her questions
  • ask 3 questions about the new shopping centre

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


You have 40 minutes to do this task. Comment on the following statement.

Technology is an important part of our lives. We use computers and other electronic equipment at work and in the home. However, some people believe we rely too much on machines, and that the more technology improves, the lazier and weaker humans will become.

What can you say for and against future technological developments?

Write 200—250 words.

Use the following plan:

  1. Make an introduction (state the problem).
  2. Express your personal opinion and give reasons for it.
  3. Give arguments for the other point of view and explain why you don’t agree with it.
  4. Draw a conclusion.

Раздел 5. Говорение 

Вы получите карточку, на которой представлены два задания для устного ответа: СЗ — тематическое монологическое высказывание, С4 — диалог с целью обмена оценочной информацией. Окончание выполнения каждого задания определяет экзаменатор. Во время проведения этой части экзамена идет постоянная аудиозапись вашего ответа

Задания для экзаменуемого


Task 1 (3—3.5 minutes)

Give a 2-minute talk on your best friend.

Remember to say:
  • what your best friend looks like
  • why you like him/her
  • when and how you met
  • what you have in common with him/her

You have to talk for 1.5—2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he / she will ask you some questions.


Task 2 (3—4 minutes)

You are on holiday with a friend and it is your final day. You have time to see one more tourist attraction before leaving. You and your friend are discussing what to go and see. You can go:

  • to an art gallery
  • to a funfair
  • to a castle
  • to a beach

You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your friend.

Remember to:
  • discuss all the options
  • be polite
  • take an active part in the conversation
  • come up with ideas
  • give good reasons
  • find out your friend’s attitudes and take them into account
  • invite your friend to come up with suggestions
  • come to an agreement

Тексты к аудированию 


Speaker 1: I suppose I watch several films a week, whether that’s at the cinema, on TV or getting a DVD from the local video store. What have I seen in the past few days? The latest Star Wars movie. That was fantastic! The effects were brilliant! A comedy with Hugh Grant. He’s so funny. I just laughed and laughed. Oh, and a movie I’ve wanted to see for a long time, Cinema Paradiso. It was incredible. Really moving. I cried for the last hour!

Speaker 2: I’d much rather watch a romantic comedy, say, something with Hugh Grant in it, or a movie like Cinema Paradiso than a big-budget blockbuster like Star Wars or War of the Worlds. I mean, they just use computers to create the effects, don’t they? I’d much rather see a film with good acting and a good script than loads of explosions or computer-generated aliens.

Speaker 3: I love films. I can watch anything, really. doesn’t matter if it’s just full of special effects or it’s a really simple drama. I go to the cinema quite often, but I’d never decide to see a film on the basis of what it said in the paper. That’s just one person’s opinion, isn’t it? And reviewers look at films differently to the rest of us, anyway. No, if I like the sound of the title, or if I know any of the actors in it, I’ll probably risk it.

Speaker 4: Well, I do like going to the cinema, but it’s not as cheap as it used to be. If we take the kids, by the time we’ve bought some popcorn and had a drink, it’s about £50. That’s a lot of money for a couple of hours of some special effects. It’s a shame, though, because the kids really do enjoy seeing a film in the cinema. Makes it more of an event. It’s just not worth it financially, though.

Speaker 5: Well, we do watch quite a lot of movies at home. We watched the latest Star Wars film only the other night on DVD. Great effects, by the way. But the problem with watching films at home is that there’s too many distractions. People talk and the phone rings. That kind of thing. When you actually see a film on the big screen, you get so much more involved with what’s happening. It’s strange — there’s more people around you, but you can actually concentrate more.

Speaker 6: There are just so many films on these days that it’s not always easy to decide what you want to see. Reviews in magazines or online can be useful, but I usually want to ask people I know what they think of the films. They know what I like, and they usually have a good idea of whether I’d like a film or not. Sometimes they get it wrong, but not often.


Journalist: Hello, I’m looking for John Stapleton.

Man: That’s me.

Journalist: Oh, hi. My name’s Janice Short. I’m a reporter with the Pennington Evening News. I wonder if I could ask you a few questions.

Man: About the council’s plan to close the park?

Journalist: That’s right, yes.

Man: Fantastic. We need all the publicity we can get.

Journalist: So, who exactly is ‘we’?

Man: Well, we’re just a group of people who live round here, really. Most of us have kids. There’s about twenty-five of us, I’d say, who are actively involved. We’re calling ourselves the Friends of Fisher Park.

Journalist: And what exactly do you hope to achieve, Mr Stapleton?

Man: It’s very simple. We want to stop the council from destroying the park to build a block of flats.

Journalist: You do accept, though, that we really do need some new, cheap accommodation in the town centre?

Man: Oh yes. We do recognise there’s a problem, and that land is in short supply. But to destroy the only green area for miles around. Well, it’s a disgrace. Kids can’t play in the streets anymore, obviously. We’ve got to give them somewhere to be able to run around. The park’s been that place for over fifty years, and we won’t give it up without afight.

Journalist: Do you think you’ve got a chance of winning?

Man: I do, yes. The people are all on our side, you know.

We’ve got a letter which we’re going to send to every councillor next week. It’s got over two thousand signatures on it.

Journalist: But will the council listen to you?

Man: Well, it’s council elections in about six months. If they don’t, I think they’ll find that a lot of people don’t vote for them. They’re supposed to represent us, aren’t they? If they don’t, why should we vote for them?

Journalist: Are you considering standing for a council position in the next election, then?

Man: I haven’t made my mind up yet, to be honest. It’s a possibility, though.

Journalist: So, you’ve got the letter. What happens next?

Man: Well, the council meets on the 24th of this month to make a final decision. We’ll all be at the meeting, of course. And I hope lots of other people will be too. The more people we can get there, the more pressure there’ll be on the council to change its mind.

Journalist: Well, good luck. Thanks for your time.

Man: My pleasure!


Situation 1

Man: And in local news, police have announced today that initial reports that the fire at Johnson’s Hardware Store, on the Dagenham Road, was caused by a lightning strike were unfounded. Investigators have also ruled out faulty electrical wiring and police are now searching for a woman who was seen at the building just minutes before the fire started.

Situation 2

Woman: Well, I did an A level at school in politics and economics, and I actually did very well in the exam, but my heart really wasn’t in the subject at that point. It was when I was working as a reporter for a local newspaper that I finally decided to go into politics as a career, but I suppose my love for politics really began when I got involved with the Student Union while I was doing my law degree.

Situation 3

Man: You can just see the new extension to the living room over there through the trees. We’re going to decorate it next week, so hopefully it’ll be ready for Christmas, as will the garage, of course, which we’re starting work on next Monday. Where we’re standing right now will hopefully be an outdoor swimming pool before too long, but we’ll have to save up a bit first!

Situation 4

Man: Come on, Mrs Jacobs. You know what the doctor said. You have to take these pills as soon as you’ve had lunch. As you’re not going to finish your dessert, that means it’s time. Yes, you can get out of bed in a short while, but just pop these into your mouth first. With some juice, that’s right.

Situation 5

Woman: You hear about people winning millions in the lottery, don’t you? But you always think something like that will never happen to you. Well, it has to me! When my great aunt died a few years ago, she did leave me some money in her will, but it wasn’t much and it certainly wasn’t life-changing. With this, though, I can quit my job and live in luxury for the rest of my life. I’d like to thank all of you at People magazine. I’m just so glad I sent off the answers to those three questions you printed!

Situation 6

Man: Yeah, the new album comes out next week. It’s called Variations, and I think it’s quite different to my last album. A lot of the songs on that were to do with dealing with being successful, as lots of second albums are, I suppose. But while I was on tour recently I, er,fell in love, actually, and I think that’s what’s motivated me to write these twelve tracks.

Situation 7

Woman: Oh yes, I’ve been here a long time. Over ten years. When I first arrived, I couldn’t speak the language at all. Not a word! I picked it up relatively quickly, though. Well, I made a real effort to meet people, you see, and really tried not to speak to them in English. And as it took months and months for me to find work, I had a lot of time on my hands to get to grips with the language.

Карточка экзаменатора-собеседника 


  1. How much free time do you have each week?
  2. What do you like doing in your free time?
  3. Do you spend more time with your family or friends?

Interlocutor card C3

Task 1 (3—3.5 minutes)

Let the student talk for 1.5—2 minutes.

Ask only those questions which the student has not covered while giving a talk.

  1. What does your best friend look like?
  2. Why do you like him/her?
  3. When and how did you meet?
  4. What do you have in common with him/her?

All of these ideas must be covered.

Finally, you must ask each student the following questions:

  1. Is it important to have a best friend? Why?
  2. Why do people sometimes argue with their friends?

Interlocutor card C4

Task 2 (3—4 minutes)

You and the student are discussing which tourist attraction to visit on the final day of your holiday together.

These are your ideas about each option:

art gallery
  • I’ve never been very interested in art, so I might get bored.
  • It wouldn’t really tell us anything about the local area.
  • It’s the final day of our holiday, so maybe we should do something outdoors.
  • It’s a great chance to see works that we might never see again.
  • We might be able to buy copies of some of the pictures to take home as souvenirs.
  • I’m rather tired.
  • It will probably be very crowded and noisy.
  • I find the rides at funfairs very frightening.
  • It would be an exciting way to spend the day.
  • It would be nice to be out in the open air.
  • We could take some great photos to show people when we get back home.
  • Castles are usually on top of hills and I don’t feel like doing so much walking.
  • We’ve already seen some castles on this holiday and I don’t really want to see another one.
  • We would probably learn a lot about the history of the local area.
  • There might be lots of places to explore.
  • We don’t have buildings like that at home, so we shouldn’t miss the chance.
  • The weather isn’t so good, and it might get worse.
  • We can lie on a beach any time.
  • We don’t want to get our things wet or full of sand if we’re travelling tomorrow.
  • It would be nice to go for a swim.
  • We haven’t been to the beach much on this holiday, and it might be fun.
  • We could go fishing.

Note: Make sure all the options have been discussed.

When discussing each option, first use the information that is contrary to what the student says. You may choose to make use of some ideas only.

Do not speak first all the time, but ask the student what he / she thinks about the options.

Invite the student to come up with his/her suggestions, especially if he / she readily agrees with the things you say.

If the student says all the time,’What do you think about it?’ without expressing his/her own opinion, say: ‘Sorry, I don’t know.’ or ‘I’m not sure. How do you feel about it?’

Skills to be tested

The student is expected to demonstrate her / his ability to:

  • initiate and maintain conversation:
    — explain the situation
    — come up with suggestions
    — give good reasons
    — find out the partner’s attitudes
    — invite the partner to come up with suggestions
    — agree or disagree with her / his partner’s opinion
  • reach an agreement by taking into account the partner’s attitudes.


Задание Ответы
B1 1C 2B 3F 4G 5A 6D
A1-7 A1:2 A2:1 A3:1 A4:2 A5:3 A6:2 A7:2
A8-14 A8:1 A9:2 A10:3 A11:3 A12:2 A13:2 A14:1
B2 1D 2F 3G 4B 5H 6E 7C
B3 1:A 2:F 3:G 4:E 5:B 6:C
A15-21 A15:1 A16:4 A17:3 A18:2 A19:3 A20:4 A21:1
B4-10 B4:kills B5:died / had died B6:studied B7:helping B8:made B9:did not / didn’t understand B10:took
B11-16 B11:performer B12:assistant B13:beginning B14:European B15:celebration B16:dramatic
A22-28 A22:3 A23:4 A24:3 A25:1 A26:1 A27:3 A28:2

(Copyright © 2009 Macmillan Publishers Ltd)


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Установите соответствие тем 1 — 8 текстам A — G. Занесите свои ответы в соответствующее поле справа. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя.

1. Comparing insects

2. Some special features

3. Some dragonflies migrate

4. Excellent vision

5. Keeping them warm or cool

6. Masters of flight

7. Ancient insects

8. Risks of extinction

A. Long before the dinosaurs walked the Earth, dragonflies took to the air. If we could transport ourselves back 250 million years, we would immediately recognize the familiar sight of dragonflies flying in pursuit of prey. Ancient dragonflies may have been considerably larger than those we see today. A fossilized impression of a dragonfly wing, found in a coal mine in England, is the oldest known dragonfly specimen. This dragonfly lived 320 million years ago and had a wingspan of 8 inches.

B. Relative to other insects, dragonfly vision is extraordinarily good. The head consists almost entirely of two huge compound eyes, which gives the dragonfly nearly 360° vision. Each compound eye contains as many as 30,000 lenses, or ommatidia. A dragonfly uses about 80% of its brain to process all this visual information. They can see a wider spectrum of colours than humans. This remarkable vision helps them to detect the movement of other insects and avoid collisions in flight.

C. Dragonflies can move each of their four wings independently. In addition to flapping each wing up and down, they can rotate their wings forward and back on”an axis. This flexibility enables them to put on an aerial show like no other insect. Dragonflies can move straight up or down, fly backwards, stop and hover, and make hairpin turns, at full speed or in slow motion. A dragonfly can fly forward at a speed of 100 body lengths per second, or up to 30 miles per hour.

D. A number of dragonfly species are known to migrate. As with other organisms that migrate, dragonflies relocate to follow or find needed resources, or in response to environmental changes like cold weather. The globe skimmer is one of several species known to develop in temporary freshwater pools. Forced to follow the rains that replenish their breeding sites, the globe skimmer set a new insect world record when a biologist documented its 11,000 mile trip between India and Africa.

E. Fifty years ago there were twice as many ponds in Britain as there are today. The draining of agricultural land, «filling in and pollution have all contributed to the disappearance of most countryside ponds. Canals have also suffered from pollution, especially by chemicals used on farmland draining into water. The loss of suitable fresh water habitats has affected dragonflies enormously and they are becoming increasingly rare. Some of dragonflies which can be found living only in the Norfolk Broads, is on the list of British endangered species of insects.

F. A dragonfly has two large compound eyes which take up most of its head. Dragonflies have long, delicate, membranous wings which are transparent and some have light yellow colouring near the tips. Their bodies are long and slender and they have short antennae. Dragonflies are very colourful. Some are red like the Comet Darner and yellow like the Emerald Darner. They can beat each pairs of wings together or separately and their rear wings can be out of phase with the front wings. Their wing beat is around 50-90 beats per second.

G. Dragonflies and butterflies possess two pair of wings. The butterfly’s wings are made up of two large pairs of wings each possessing a forewing and a hindwing. Butterflies can’t fly if the temperature of their body falls below 8″5 degrees and therefore need to sun themselves in order to warm up. Butterflies also have a pair of antennae with small receptors attached for smelling. Dragonflies have two pairs of wings that are transparent, rigid, straight, and have few veins. Unlike butterflies, dragonflies are adept at flying.


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.


Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений А—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 Dana has been very successful recently.

B Ken is going to tell Dana some important information.

C Dana is looking for the job at the moment.

D Dana’s promotion came through quite unexpectedly.

E Dana didn’t get a raise in her salary.

F Ken is getting married in two weeks.

G Dana is surprised to hear that her friend is getting married.


Соответствие диалогу

Вы услышите рассказ популярной американской певицы о её карьере. В заданиях 3—9 запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.


The narrator says she started to write songs
1) when she was ten.
2) because she could not talk.
3) because it was the best way to express her feelings.
Ответ: .


According to the narrator,
1) she could afford to have a recording studio.
2) her family was not well off.
3) she bought Christmas presents for her friends.
Ответ: .


The narrator returned to Texas because
1) her apartment burnt down.
2) she had got several college music scholarships.
3) a friend told her about the American Idol audition in Dallas.
Ответ: .


Looking back on the show, the narrator says that
1) few people really believed she could win.
2) the members of the crew were not at all supportive.
3) everyone was supporting her.
Ответ: .


The narrator thinks that
1) she ought to become thinner.
2) she could serve as a role model for young girls.
3) girls should not live up to their idols.
Ответ: .


The narrator dreams of
1) touring the world.
2) having a permanent relationship.
3) staying single.
Ответ: .


The narrator considers herself
1) to be a celebrity.
2) practical and sensible.
3) honest and sincere.
Ответ: .

Раздел 2. ЧТЕНИЕ


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. The Best Way of Learning
2. Key Factor in Learning
3. Linguistic Interference
4. Universal Language

5. Online Learning
6. Language Extinction
7. Learning by Imitation
8. Sign Language

A. Young children have a genetic ability to learn language. They come into the world as eager learning machines, and language acquisition is a major aspect of this learning. How children actually learn language is not entirely clear, however. Most linguists believe that they do it primarily by listening to and trying to communicate with adult speakers. Initially, this means that they copy the way adults use words and grammar.

B. Learning a second or third language is easier in early childhood than later. It is particularly important to learn correct pronunciation as young as possible. At any age, learning by constant contact with native speakers in their own society is the quickest and the most effective method. It is superior to taking foreign language classes because it forces you to concentrate on it all of the time.

C. Learning a second language can be affected by the patterns of the first language. There can be some blending of phonemes. For instance, most Americans who learn French in high school or college pronounce French words with a distinctive American accent. Grammar can also be affected. English speakers who learn both French and Spanish sometimes combine grammatical rules of both when speaking either of them.

D. Until just a few years ago, language study was limited to the classroom or personal tutor, or home study by book. In the last few decades technology has given us a much needed audio option — first vinyl records, then cassettes and CDs. Now technology has given us a new format — the Internet. Options to learn a language by Internet are still limited but the potential is not.

E. What is important when learning a language? If you have the desire and persistence, time is the only factor that you may have to work with. How much time you can devote to learning will play a role in how quickly you can learn the language. Just remember how exciting it will be and how rewarding you will feel at the accomplishment.

F. Rather than have businessmen, diplomats, scientists and tourists from every country learning all the major languages that they want to learn or need to learn, Esperantists would have everyone just learn one second language — Esperanto. Then everyone could communicate with everyone, everywhere. The major ‘national’ languages could keep their special characteristics for anyone who wanted to learn them. This is the essence of the ‘Esperanto Movement’.

G. More than half of the world’s 7,000 languages are expected to die out by the end of the century, often taking with them irreplaceable knowledge about the natural world. When a species dies out, sometimes fossils can be found, remains uncovered. But when a human language disappears, there’s rarely any key left behind. Each loss becomes a linguistic black hole, where an entire way of knowing the world disappears.


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.

A constitution may be defined as the system of fundamental principles according to A ____________. A good example of a written constitution is the Constitution of the United States, formed in 1787.

The Constitution sets up a federal system with a strong central government. Each state preserves its own independence by reserving to itself certain well-defined powers such as education, taxes and finance, internal communications, etc. The powers B ____________ are those dealing with national defence, foreign policy, the control of international trade, etc.

Under the Constitution power is also divided among the three branches of the national government. The First Article provides for the establishment of the legislative body, Congress, and defines its powers. The second does the same for the executive branch, the President, and the Third Article provides for a system of federal courts.

The Constitution itself is rather short, it contains only 7 articles. And it was obvious in 1787 C ____________. So the 5th article lays down the procedure for amendment. A proposal to make a change must be first approved by two-thirds majorities in both Houses of Congress and then ratified by three quarters of the states.

The Constitution was finally ratified and came into force on March 4, 1789. When the Constitution was adopted, Americans were dissatisfied D ____________. It also recognized slavery and did not establish universal suffrage.

Only several years later, Congress was forced to adopt the first 10 amendments to the Constitution, E ____________. They guarantee to Americans such important rights and freedoms as freedom of press, freedom of religion, the right to go to court, have a lawyer, and some others.

Over the past 200 years 26 amendments have been adopted F ____________. It provides the basis for political stability, individual freedom, economic growth and social progress.

  1. which are given to a Federal government
  2. because it did not guarantee basic freedoms and individual rights
  3. but the Constitution itself has not been changed
  4. so it has to be changed
  5. which a nation or a state is constituted and governed
  6. which were called the Bill of Rights
  7. that there would be a need for altering it

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания 12—18. В каждом задании запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

That summer an army of crickets started a war with my father. They picked a fight the minute they invaded our cellar. Dad didn’t care for bugs much more than Mamma, but he could tolerate a few spiders and assorted creepy crawlers living in the basement. Every farm house had them. A part of rustic living, and something you needed to put up with if you wanted the simple life.

He told Mamma: ‘Now that we’re living out here, you can’t be jerking your head and swallowing your gum over what’s plain natural, Ellen.’ But she was a city girl through and through and had no ears when it came to defending vermin. She said a cricket was just a noisy cockroach, just a dumb horny bug that wouldn’t shut up. No way could she sleep with all that chirping going on! Then to prove her point she wouldn’t go to bed. She drank coffee and smoked my father’s cigarettes and she paced between the couch and the TV. Next morning she threatened to pack up and leave, so Dad drove to the hardware store and hurried back. He squirted poison from a jug with a spray nozzle. He sprayed the basement and all around the foundation of the house. When he had finished, he told us that was the end of it.

But what he should have said was: ‘This is the beginning’. For the next fourteen days Mamma kept finding dead crickets in the clean laundry. She’d shake out a towel or a sheet and a dead black cricket would roll across the linoleum. Sometimes the cat would corner one, and swat it around like he was playing hockey, then carry it away in his mouth. Dad said swallowing a few dead crickets wouldn’t hurt as long as the cat didn’t eat too many.

Soon live crickets started showing up in the kitchen and bathroom. Mamma freaked because she thought they were the dead crickets come back to haunt, but Dad said they were definitely a new batch, probably coming up on the pipes. He fetched his jug of poison and sprayed beneath the sink and behind the toilet and all along the baseboard until the whole house smelled of poison, and then he sprayed the cellar again, and then he went outside and sprayed all around the foundation leaving a foot-wide moat of poison.

For a couple of weeks we went back to finding dead crickets in the laundry. Dad told us to keep a sharp look out. He suggested that we’d all be better off to hide as many as we could from Mamma. I fed a few dozen to the cat who I didn’t like because he scratched and bit for no reason. I hoped the poison might kill him so we could get a puppy. Once in a while we found a dead cricket in the bathroom or beneath the kitchen sink. A couple of weeks later, when both live and dead crickets kept turning up, Dad emptied the cellar of junk. He borrowed Uncle Burt’s pickup and hauled a load to the dump. Then he burned a lot of bundled newspapers and magazines which he said the crickets had turned into nests.

He stood over that fire with a rake in one hand and a garden hose in the other. He wouldn’t leave it even when Mamma sent me out to fetch him for supper. He wouldn’t leave the fire, and she wouldn’t put supper on the table. Both my brothers were crying. Finally she went out and got him herself. And while we ate, the wind lifted some embers onto the wood pile. The only gasoline was in the lawn mower fuel tank but that was enough to create an explosion big enough to reach the house. Once the roof caught, there wasn’t much anyone could do.

After the fire trucks left, I made the mistake of volunteering to stay behind while Mamma took the others to Aunt Gail’s. I helped Dad and Uncle Burt and two men I’d never seen before carry things out of the house and stack them by the road. In the morning we’d come back in Burt’s truck and haul everything away. We worked into the night and we didn’t talk much, hardly a word about anything that mattered, and Dad didn’t offer any plan that he might have for us now. Uncle Burt passed a bottle around, but I shook my head when it came to me. I kicked and picked through the mess, dumb struck at how little there was to salvage, while all around the roar of crickets magnified our silence.

(Adapted from ‘The Cricket War’ by Bob Thurber)


A cricket is

1) a small animal.

2) a spider.

3) an insect.

4) a game.

Ответ: .


Mamma threatened to pack up and leave because
1) she had smoked all cigarettes.
2) she had not got used to rustic living.
3) she could not put up with crickets.
4) she was a city girl through and through.
Ответ: .


After Dad had sprayed the basement and all around the foundation of the house,
1) the family were constantly coming across dead crickets.
2) the family kept seeing live crickets everywhere.
3) the dead crickets came back to haunt.
4) all crickets disappeared.
Ответ: .


The narrator fed the cat with crickets because
1) the cat was hungry.
2) he would like to have another pet.
3) he wanted to hide crickets from Mamma.
4) Dad told him to do it.
Ответ: .


Dad borrowed Uncle Burt’s pickup
1) to fight with crickets.
2) to bring new furniture to the cellar.
3) to throw away newspapers and magazines.
4) to get rid of rubbish.
Ответ: .


The house caught fire because
1) Dad left a garden hose near the fire.
2) the wind lifted some papers onto the wood pile.
3) the fuel tank had gone off.
4) there wasn’t much anyone could do.
Ответ: .


The narrator was surprised
1) that Dad didn’t offer any plan.
2) when the bottle came to him.
3) that crickets were all around.
4) that there was not much to save from the fire.
Ответ: .


Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 19—25, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текстов. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 19—25.

Обратите внимание, что по правилам ЕГЭ ответы нужно писать без пробелов и других знаков, например, правильный ответ ‘have done’ нужно будет записать как ‘havedone’, иначе ваш ответ не засчитается.

September Mood in England


It’s Monday morning and Miss Williams walks into her office. Her holiday is over and she (just) to work.



She looks brown, relaxed and than usual.



The other girls stand round her. ‘Where (you)?’ one of the girls asks.



‘Italy, not far from Naples. I enjoyed it very much.’ she answers, happily.



Her boss, Mr. Wetridge comes in ten minutes later. He looks a bit worried because he about the winter.



Central heating in his house five years ago and now it’s time to have it repaired.



Besides, his wife wants him to put in double glazing. But she that to double-glaze all the windows will cost quite a lot of money.


Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Образуйте от слов, напечатанных заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 26—31, однокоренные слова так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 26—31.

Junk Food


In today’s world, many people are looking for a quick snack, meal or boost of energy. They choose processed food bars, thinking that they’re a healthy choice.



However, most bars contain processed foods which are called ‘junk foods’.



They give you a false sense of energy and .



One problem with junk foods is that they’re low in satiation value. Another problem is that junk food tends to other, more nutritious foods.



It’s the 21st century now and ‘junk food’ has gone . We see it everywhere: in grocery and convenience stores, in fast-food
restaurants and on television.



Although junk food is now all over the world, people should be aware of its disadvantages and choose healthier alternatives.


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The Changing World of Computers

Computers are rapidly changing the way we do things. For a technology that is still relatively new, their 32____ on the business and consumer sector has been incomprehensible. As if it was not sufficient to own one computer, many people nowadays have a few of them. We think we need a desktop computer, a laptop computer, and a bunch of little computers in our phones and music players, even 33____ they actually do the same thing. Now that everybody has their desktops and laptops, and we are all able to 34____ the Internet anytime we want to, our world has turned into a virtual playground. We can now connect with our foreign neighbours in a matter of seconds, 35____ of how far away they are from us. It’s as if we no longer have borders in this highly digital world of ours.

Desktops have always been a great option, but the problem with them is that they are not mobile. They have all the 36____ of other computers, but it can be annoying at times to have to sit in the same spot while working. For businesses and personal offices, desktop computers are still the favoured option because of their power. But when people have to be connected while travelling, the need for laptops really becomes apparent. The main advantage of laptops is the ability to communicate with people no 37____ where you are. Our society has been converted into one that has to have all the latest gadgets. Some people even 38____ down on others if they still have last year’s model of some gadget. Those people will always be behind the curve just because of how fast technology is advancing now.


1) affect

2) role

3) impact

4) value

Ответ: .


1) though

2) now

3) so

4) as

Ответ: .


1) register

2) log

3) connect

4) access

Ответ: .


1) regardless

2) regarding

3) in spite

4) despite

Ответ: .


1) qualities

2) skills

3) capabilities

4) traits

Ответ: .


1) trouble

2) matter

3) doubt

4) problem

Ответ: .


1) turn

2) fall

3) come

4) look

Ответ: .

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You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend John who writes:

… It’s difficult for me to get on well with my parents. They think that I spend too much time hanging around with my friends so we often argue about it. And what do you do when you disagree with your parents about how you spend your free time? Do you often meet your friends? What do you usually do together?

Oh, I’ve got to go now as I have to meet my sister from her music class. Drop me a line when you can.

Write a letter to John.
In your letter
— answer his questions
— ask 3 questions about his relations with his sister
Write 100 — 140 words.
Remember the rules of letter writing.

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Comment on the following statement.

Some people enjoy living in big cities whereas others find such a lifestyle really harmful.

Write 200 — 250 words.

— make an introduction (state the problem)
— 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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When the sun is in the mid sky, were he wears a golden crown
And he soaks the world with sunshine as he makes another round
It’s been a faster yeard than yesterday, all things that I had planned
And when I think I might be gaining, I’m in the sunshine once again

Well I walk the road of life among the strong, among the weak
And I ask them for the shortcut to the answers that I seek
But no one seems to understands what is and what will be
Oh, the questions of my childhood, weave a web of mystery
Just a web of mystery

Can you get me through these changes?
Well, I sure don’t know about life, but one thing for sure
All I need is you babe
We got to get the golden key to unlock the door

I don’t wanna to face a world of disillusion
I’ve come to one conclusion that I know you know is true
In the game of silent searching the cost of love is rising
And I’m just now realizing I’d be better off with you
Better off with you

It’s a game that I’ve been living, now I need to know what’s real
Can you help me find the answers, can you tell the way I feel?
Will you stay with me forever, just stay with me tonight
And we can talk about tomorrow if it all works out alright
Yes, if it all works out alright

Can you get me through these changes?
Well, I sure don’t know about life, but one thing for sure
All I need is you babe
We got to get the golden key to unlock the door

these lyrics are last corrected by changed «yeard» to «year»

Когда солнце находится в середине неба , были он носит золотую корону
И он впитывает мир с солнцем , как он делает еще один раунд
Это был быстрее Двор , чем вчера , все вещи, которые я планировал
И когда я думаю, я мог , набирает , я на солнышке еще ​​раз

Ну я иду по дороге жизни среди сильных, среди слабых
И я прошу их для быстрого доступа к ответам , которые я ищу
Но никто , кажется, не понимает, что есть и что будет
О, вопросы о моем детстве , плести паутину тайны
Просто веб тайны

Можете ли вы поймите меня через эти изменения ?
Ну, я уверен, не знаю о жизни, но одно точно
Все что мне нужно тебе, малыш
Мы получили , чтобы получить золотой ключ , чтобы отпереть дверь

Я не хочу сталкиваться мир иллюзий
Я пришел к одному выводу , что я знаю, вы знаете, это правда
В игре немого ищете стоимости любви растет
И я только сейчас понимая, что я бы лучше с вами
Лучше с тобой

Это игра , что я живу , сейчас мне нужно знать , что реально
Вы можете мне помочь найти ответы , можете ли вы сказать , что я чувствую ?
Ты останешься со мной навсегда , просто остаться со мной сегодня вечером
И мы можем говорить о завтрашнем дне , если все это удается хорошо
Да, если все это удается хорошо

Можете ли вы поймите меня через эти изменения ?
Ну, я уверен, не знаю о жизни, но одно точно
Все что мне нужно тебе, малыш
Мы получили , чтобы получить золотой ключ , чтобы отпереть дверь

эти тексты песен прошлом исправлены измененной » Двор » чтобы «год»


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