Тест для проверки остаточных знаний (3 курс)

Данный тест предназначен для проверки остаточных знаний обучающихся 3 курса. Содержит 40 заданий (4 варианта ответа). К тесту прилагается тематическая структура.
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Тесты для проверки остаточных знаний

 

Тест №3 (для 3 курса СПО)

 

ТЕМАТИЧЕСКАЯ СТРУКТУРА

 

№ ДЕ

Наименование ДЕ ГОС

№ задания

Тема задания

1

Грамматика 

1

2

Косвенная речь

Косвенная речь

2

Грамматика

3

4

5

15

Артикли

Артикли

Артикли

Артикли

3

Грамматика

6

7

8

9

10

13

14

Времена глагола

Времена глагола

Времена глагола

Времена глагола

Времена глагола

Времена глагола

Времена глагола

4

Грамматика

11

12

Условные предложения

Условные предложения

5

Грамматика

16

18

19

20

Предлоги

Предлоги

Предлоги

Предлоги

6

Лексика

17

21

22

23

24

25

Учебная лексика

Учебная лексика

Учебная лексика

Учебная лексика

Учебная лексика

Учебная лексика

7

Культура и традиции стран изучаемого языка

26

27

28

29

Великобритания

Великобритания

Великобритания

Великобритания

8

Речевой этикет

30

31

32

Бытовая сфера

Бытовая сфера

Бытовая сфера

9

Чтение

33

34

35

 

36

37

 

38

39

40

Поисковое чтение с целью определения наличия или отсутствия в тексте     запрашиваемой информации

 

Изучающее чтение с элементами сопоставления

 

Изучающее чтение с элементами анализа информации

 

 

Вариант 1.

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Everyone knows that Kennedy … by an insane person.

  1. had been killed
  2. is killed
  3. was killed
  4. was being killed

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Mr. Smith asked us … making that terrible noise.

  1. to stop
  2. that to stop
  3. stop
  4. that we stopped

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

James is also … Brown.

  1. a
  2. an
  3. the
  4. – (nothing)

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Are you sure it is … Rembrant?

  1. a
  2. an
  3. the

d)  – (nothing)

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Will you pass me … book, please?

  1. a
  2. an
  3. the

d)  – (nothing)

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Every summer musical festivals … in our town.

  1. held
  2. are being held
  3. is held
  4. are held

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

The water in the river … for more than a week.

  1. falls
  2. has been falling
  3. have fallen
  4. has fallen

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

I … my homework. Now I can watch TV.

  1. had finished
  2. finished
  3. have finished
  4. was finished

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Look! Somebody … to our house.

  1. is running
  2. running
  3. runs
  4. run

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

After the guests … I went to bed.

  1. left
  2. have left
  3. were left
  4. had left

 

  1.  Choose the correct answer.

Dogs … if you … them.

  1. bite; tease
  2. would have bitten; had teased
  3. would bite; tease
  4. would have bitten; teased

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

If you … me about the problem, I … .

  1. tell; help
  2. told; would have helped
  3. had told; help
  4. had told; would have helped

 

  1.  Choose the correct answer.

Our room …before we got there.

  1. was cleaned
  2. had been cleaned
  3. is cleaned
  4. will be cleaned

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

I … for two hours before my friend came.

  1. had been studying
  2. have been studying
  3. was studying
  4. am studying

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

… Argentine is the second largest country in … South America.

  1. The, the
  2. -; -
  3. -; the
  4. The; -

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

What's the rate …month?

  1. in
  2. per
  3. at
  4. on

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

They were much … at the news.

  1. shaken
  2. shivered
  3. trembled
  4. moved

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Put me … to the fire-station.

  1. off
  2. up
  3. out
  4. through

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Why have you cut …so many details?

  1. in
  2. off
  3. out
  4. down

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Moscow is … the line.

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

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

It was difficult to believe that autumn had …begun.

  1. almost
  2. always
  3. already
  4. also

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

This question has been …many times.

  1. picked up
  2. lifted
  3. risen
  4. raised

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

The … was thick. Nothing was seen.

  1. snow
  2. fog
  3. rain
  4. wind

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

«Full» is the opposite of «…».

  1. empty
  2. occupied
  3. thin
  4. small

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

He was hurt in the …

  1. incident
  2. case
  3. accident
  4. occasion

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

The capital of Britain is … .

  1. Glasgow
  2. London
  3. Ottava
  4. Washington, D.C.

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Britain is a … .

  1. monarchy
  2. federal republic
  3. parliamentary
  4. republic

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of the great English poet and playwright … .

  1. Ch. Dickens
  2. B. Shaw
  3. H. Wells
  4. W. Shakespeare

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

… is the biggest bell in Great Britain.

  1. The Great Bell
  2. Big Ben
  3. The Clock
  4. The Clock Bell

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

I always laugh at his jokes.

  1. Yes, he's a great painter.
  2. I thought he was dead.
  3. No, not with him.
  4. Well, I don't find them funny.

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

Do you know where my umbrella is?

  1. You must be joking!
  2. I have no idea.
  3. I think you should stop it.
  4. It is raining now.

 

  1. Choose the correct answer.

I'll make some sandwiches for you

  1. Oh, don't worry!
  2. I hate sandwiches.
  3. You're so clever.
  4. Are they in the fridge?

 

Read the text and do the tasks.

There was a time in England when postage rates (3) were very high. Only rates for newspapers were low. People who had little money but a lot of time sent letters to then friends with newspapers. They made very small pin-pricks (4) under letters and wrote large letters in this way. Soldiers often used this kind of letter, too, to let their families know where they were. A soldier sent home a map with a pin-prick at the place of his dislocation. Their (1) mothers or wives held up those maps to the light and saw where the pin-prick was. The system was not very successful because the censors understood everything very quickly. They (2) let the maps go through but first (5) they made hundreds of pin-bricks on them to confuse the people who received them.

 

33. Choose the best title for the text:

a) Letters and newspapers

b) Cheap letters

c) Clever soldiers       

d) Censors at war

 

34. According to the text the newspapers

a) were very expensive

b) were not very successful

c) were used to write letters

d) didn't sell well

 

35. According to the text soldiers

a) could always tell where they were

b) were stopped by censors

c) couldn't use maps

d) wrote letters to their families

 

36. «their» (point 1) stands for

a) soldiers'

b) censors'

c) mothers'

d) wives'

 

 

37. «they» (point 2) stands for

a) soldiers

b) pin-pricks

c) maps

d) censors

 

38. «rates» (point 3) means

a) changes

b) actions

c) prices

d) numbers

 

39. «pin-pricks» (point 4) means

a) holes

b) letters

с) needles

d) lines

 

40. «first» (point 5) is

a) a noun

b) an adverb

c) an adjective

d) a preposition

 

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