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«Самарский государственный университет путей сообщения» в г. Ртищево

(филиал СамГУПС в г. Ртищево)

Перечень заданий

для контрольной работы

по дисциплине: ОУД.02 «Английский язык»

для специальностей: 23.02.06. «Техническая эксплуатация подвижного состава железных дорог»,

08.02.10. «Строительство железных дорог, путь и путевое хозяйство»,

23.02.01. «Организация перевозок и управление на транспорте» (по видам),

38.02.01. «Экономика и бухгалтерский учет» (по отраслям)

для обучающихся I курса

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Преподаватель СПО: Бердникова Т.А.


 


 г. Ртищево, 2016 г.


 

VARIANT I

1.Read the text and answer the questions below. Translate the second and fifth passages of the text.

The Best Job in the World
Have you ever heard of the Great Barrier Reef? It is the world's largest coral reef system along the eastern coast of Australia. In February 2009 an extraordinary position was advertised by the Australian Tourism Office. The advertisement ran that the Great Barrier Reef needed a caretaker for half a year. It was for a special person who would look after the Reef.
The job offered a large salary, free accommodation in a luxury villa, and transportation there and around the islands. All expenses would be paid: the winner wouldn't need to spend any extra money on anything. The job's duties were pretty simple. You could only dream of such requirements. First, the person had to speak English and swim well. Second, on the island his responsibility included writing a weekly Internet blog. That's right, weekly, not even daily! The job description also required the successful applicant to explore the islands of the Great Barrier Reef, swim, make friends with the locals and generally enjoy the tropical climate and lifestyle. A real dream!
Within the first 2 days of the contest, the tourism office received more than seven thousand online applications. All told, 34,000 people of all different nationalities applied. Each made and presented a 60-second video resume. They had to be creative and they were. In the end 16 people were chosen, who flew to Australia for the final selection. The candidates were interviewed and the winner was Ben Southall from the UK.
Ben greatly enjoyed the dream job he had got. He realised that people knew very little about planet earth and its treasures. Living in big cities, they forgot how important the flora and fauna of this world were. Every time Ben went outdoors, he could discover something new. "Every time I dived or went underwater, I forgot about all the troubles above water and concentrated on living in the moment. It was a good way to clean the mind and build respect for the natural world," Ben said. Ben's life on the island was not just fun. It was very busy, busier than most people imagined, and certainly busier than Ben himself had imagined. He worked seven days a week and up to 19 hours a day.
The Best Job included travelling to over 60 islands of the Reef almost every day. It was not just looking after the Reef, Ben had a lot of meetings, press conferences and interviews. He was getting a lot of attention all the time and he couldn't get away from it. That was probably the hardest part of the job.

Moreover, any adventure has a certain degree of risk. Swimming and diving on the Great Barrier Reef was not different. Ben had to deal with whales, sharks and other huge sea creatures. Surprisingly, the most dangerous thing was a small jellyfish about the size of a little finger. It's considered to be extremely poisonous and Ben was stung by it. He had to spend a couple of days in hospital but luckily recovered after a course of antibiotics. Ben often says that the project has taught him a few valuable lessons. Working with the Internet is one of those jobs you can do 24 hours a day. Ben realised it was hard to separate life and work, but this he had to do. He also said: "I've learned that we get one life on earth so we have to use it. There'll always be other countries to visit, other people to meet and other adventures to meet. This is what I wish to do. I'm planning to go to Asia in a few years time".

Was there Internet on the islands of the Great Barrier Reef?

What did the job offer?

People from different countries applied for the job, didn’t they?

What kind of swimmer was Ben Southall?

How much free time did Ben Southall have while working as a caretaker?
 

2.Change the words to use the correct form in the blanks


 

Ben didn’t like summer. When the teacher told the class about the trip

to the country to see the house of a famous 1______, he didn’t feel WRITE

happy at all. 2_______, it didn’t rain on the day of the trip. When they FORTUNATE

arrived, they saw a nice 3_______ house in a large park. In fact, WOOD

the park was the main 4_____________ of the place. It was very ATTRACT 5______ in summer. BEAUTY


 

3. Use the correct form


 

It was Christmas. Alex wanted to buy a new computer game as a present for himself.

He 1._________________ to the supermarket. There were lots of adults, GO

2. _____________ and teenagers everywhere and it was not easy to find CHILD

The department where computer games 3._____________. He asked SELL

a group of teenagers but they 4._______________ where the department was. NOT KNOW
When Alex was walking through a large hall with shelves of books, he saw

a colourful Fine Art book. He remembered that his mother was fond of painting.

The book will be the 5______________ Christmas present for Mum ever,”Alex GOOD
thought . At home
he said to his mum: “I _6._____________something for you. JUST BUY
I’m sure you _
7______________ it.” LIKE


 

IV.Change the singular nouns in brackets to plural where necessary and supply them correctly.

Have you ever seen any … by Show? (play)

You should hide the … from … . (knife, child)

Economic … took place in different … . (crisis, country)

They give me very much good … in that situation. (advice)

The … were not very polite/ (passer-by)

V.Supply a singular or a plural verb where necessary.

I know my hair … beautiful, everybody says so. (to be)

New clothes … not matter to Hob. (to do)

Three miles … too far to walk on a nasty day like this. (to be)

No news … good news. (to be)

VI. Put the words in the right order.

for, late, am, school, I, never.

radio, you, to, when, usually, do, the, listen?

fish, never, eats, she, it, doesn’t, because, she, like.

watch, evening, children, TV, the, always, in, my.

VII. Use Present Simple or Past Simple or Future Simple

1.Many birds (fly) south every summer.

2. When I arrive, I (phone) you.

3. Mike (leave) school in 1999.

4. When the last train (leave)?

5.Jane (not drink) coffee very often.

6. We (travel) around Europe last year.

7. I (not play) chess tomorrow.

8. Where you (go) last summer?


 


 


 

Keys:

2. 1 writer 2fortunately 3 wooden 4 attraction 5 beautiful

3. 1. Went 2. Children 3. were sold 4. did not know<или >didn’t know 5 best
6 have just bought<
или> ’ve just bought 7. will like< или >’ll like

4. 1. plays 2. knives, children 3. crises, countries 4. Advice 5. passers-by

5.1.is2.do3.is4.is


 

VARIANT II

1.Read the text and answer the questions below. Translate the text.

The Maltese Islands are a group of little islands in the Mediterranean Sea. The population of Malta is about 400,000 people. In spite of being so small in size, Malta is quite a famous place and lots of tourists visit it every year.
Tourists in Malta have many kinds of entertainment to choose from. Clear and warm water is full of marine life and attracts divers and people who enjoy swimming and sailing. The place is also unique for people who are interested in history and architecture as there are lots of historical buildings, temples and cathedrals there.
There’s the evidence that the first settlers appeared in Malta about 7,000 years ago, so this is one the oldest places on the Earth inhabited by people. The Maltese are proud of their unique history. They survived through the Arabs and Roman occupation, and they remember the knights of Malta, Napoleon and Nelson. They do their best to keep their history and traditions and are always glad to share it with tourists. Band clubs are part of the social and cultural history of the Maltese Islands. They see their aim in spreading the culture and teaching of music. The idea of forming some music societies or band clubs appeared in the second part of the 19th century. Small bands were formed in little villages. Anyone could join them. As most participants could not afford to buy a musical instrument of their own, well–to–do villagers helped to pay for the instruments on the condition that the musicians would perform at their village feasts. Today, according to the latest survey by the statistics office, the total number of bandsmen/women is over 4000. Many well–known musicians started their career in a local band club and performed at their village feasts.

1.What kind of place is Malta?

2.Malta is a good place for people who like watching underwater life, isn’t it?
3. When did the first settlers appear in Malta?

4. Why do the Maltese are proud of their history?
4. When were Band clubs formed in Malta?

 

2.Change the words to use the correct form in the blanks

People travel a lot nowadays. Planes are considered to be the most1. _________ COMFORT

means of transport but for some people airports can be a nightmare.
There are
2.__________________ queues when you check in and END
you waste lots of time if your flight is delayed. However, there are some

airports where you can 3_________ enjoy yourself. ACTUAL
For example, you’ll never be bored at Hong Kong’s international airport.

There are thousands of people from 4.___________ countries here but DIFFER

the passengers never experience any problems because everything is well

organised. There are attendants in red coats, who help you to get from one place

to another. It’s very good for people with no sense of 5.__________. DIRECT

The attendants are always very polite and 6.__________. HELP


 

3. Use the correct form

When Allan got to the airport, the airport official said: “I’m sorry, sir, but your

plane 1 _____________off. You will have to take the next flight. TAKE
You
2_________in New York at about midnight.” Allan was very upset: ARRIVE

I must be in New York at 6pm. I have a job interview there. I can't miss it.

It’s the 3 ________ job in the world. GOOD
Thousands of men and
4 _______ dream of such a job.” WOMAN
The airport lady
5__________ nothing and turned to another passenger. SAY

Allan wanted to ask her about other possible options, but she looked very busy

so he stepped aside. Allan didn't know what to do. He realised that he 6______ HAVE
to call the company manager and tell him that he would not
come. For the
7_________ time in his life Allan felt really disappointed. ONE
There probably wouldn't be a second chance for

8___________. He pulled out his notebook. HE
The time of the interview
9_________ there: 6pm, WRITE
Tuesday. Allan looked at his digital watch and read: 2pm, Monday.

IV.Change the singular nouns in brackets to plural where necessary and supply them correctly.

He got a lot of important … from the company. (information)

The scientists studied the … of the biological … and discovered some new … . (datum, analysis, phenomenon)

Her … are very gentle … . (son-in-law, person)

These … had problems with their … . (gentleman, tooth)

The two … were afraid of … . (woman, mouse)

V.Supply a singular or a plural verb where necessary.

Mathematics … among the most important subjects at schools. (to be)

Germany … lost that football match. (to have)

My scissors … not very sharp. Can I borrow yours? (to be)

50 dollars … enough to buy a cassette-player. (to be)

VI. Put the words in the right order.

a lot, you homework, does, teacher, often, your, give, of?

fish, never, eats, she, it, doesn’t, because, she, like.

mother, school, from, at, my, comes, her, always, five o’clock.

a go, theatre, sometimes, they, to.

VII. Use Present Simple or Past Simple or Future Simple

Jack usually (go) to work on Saturdays.

If he (miss) the last train, he’ll spend the night in a hotel.

I (not wait) if he is late again.

What you (do) at the weekend?

Mark Twain (live) in the state of Missouri.

What you (buy) at the shop tomorrow?

He (spend) last summer in the country.

She (come) to school in two weeks.


 


 


 


 


 

VARIANT III


 

1.Read the text and answer the questions below. Translate the text.


Have you ever been to the Wetland Centre? It is situated in London, on the banks of the River Thames. The Centre is home to some rare and beautiful wildlife including over 180 species of birds, bats, grass snakes, slow worms and butterflies.
The Wetland Centre is opened 7 days a week except 25 December. Whatever the time of the year or weather, there is always something to see and do. You can walk among the lakes, ponds and meadows or join free guided tours and learn more about this fantastic 42 hectare wildlife reserve. You can feed ducks, geese and swans from around the world. If you are tired, you can have a cup of coffee and delicious home-made cakes in the caf
é.
In the Adventure Area young visitors can go through great water vole tunnels, climb the vertical wall, play water games in the Discovery Centre or watch our Planet Water film in the cinema. At weekends and during the school holidays there are additional activities for them, for example, a nightmare safari. It’s a favourite with children and teenagers. But, according to the rules, children under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
In our gift shop you can find lots of wildlife books, eco products, outdoor clothing, cards, children's gifts and souvenirs of your visit to the centre. Visitors are asked to respect the wildlife of the centre by walking on the paths at all times and not making loud noise. Using scooters, bicycles, roller skates or skateboards is not allowed in the Centre. However, this doesn’t mean that sport is prohibited in the Centre. You might see people jogging and exercising here. The Wetland Centre is really worth visiting.
1. What is the Wetland Centre famous for?

2. When is the Wetland Centre open?

3. Is watching wildlife the only entertainment in the Centre?
4. Are there special entertainment programmes for children in the Centre?
5. Can people do sports in the Centre?

 

2.Change the words to use the correct form in the blanks


Everyone knows how important water is. Life on the planet

would be 1._____________ without it. Whatever your POSSIBLE

2._____________ drink is, you can’t make it without water. FAVOUR

We need water for 3.______________ things: cooking, washing DIFFER

and producing goods. My uncle, who is a 4.________________, FARM

says that he waters his vegetables and fruit trees a lot in dry weather.

5.______________, fresh water resources on the Earth are FORTUNATELY
limited and they are running out. Scientists warn that we may
lack drinking water in the near future. We should be
6.________ and CARE

we should not waste it.

3. Use the correct form

Once there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy.

This story happened to 1.____________ when they had to leave their home city, THEY
London, during the war. They
2.___________ to the house of an old Professor SEND
who lived in the country, ten miles from the nearest railway
station. He
3.____________ a wife and he lived in a very large NOT/HAVE
house with a housekeeper. He himself was a very old man with white hair

which grew over most of his face as well as on his head. The children liked

him almost at once. Only Lucy, who was the 4._____________ of them, felt YOUNG

a little afraid of him. On their 5.___________ evening, after dinner, they ONE

said good night to the Professor and went upstairs. It was the largest
house they had ever seen, so Peter suggested exploring it in the morning.
When the next morning came, there was a steady rain falling.
"I wish the weather
6._______________ more cheerful!" said Edmund. BE
"Stop complaining, Ed," said Susan. "I think the weather
7.__________ soon." IMPROVE
"We were going to explore the house," Peter reminded them.
He
8._______________ a sandwich at the moment and was absolutely EAT

happy with the whole situation. Everyone nodded and at that point their

amazing adventures 9.______________. BEGIN

IV.Change the singular nouns in brackets to plural where necessary and supply them correctly.

The company bought a lot of … for their … . (furniture, office)

There were a great many … in her … . (book, bookcase)

Two new … and some … were delivered to the club. (piano, radio)

Those … bought three … of … and a lot of … . (lady, kilo, tomato, potato)

The … were not very polite/ (passer-by)

V.Supply a singular or a plural verb where necessary.

1.«There … money in my pocket,» I said to the porter. (to be)

2.Two hours … rather short to discuss all the problems like these/ (to be)

3.Three miles … too far to walk on a nasty day like this. (to be)

4.The police … looking for the thief. (to be)

VI. Put the words in the right order.

the , opens, bank, at, usually, 3 o’clock.

cinema, you, to, often, go, the, do?

fish, never, eats, she, it, doesn’t, because, she, like.

vacation, how, have, do, often, a, you?

VII. Use Present Simple or Past Simple or Future Simple

1. Cats (see) very well in the dark.

2.Japan (have) many high mountains.

3. What your brother (do) every day?

4. If you don’t go away, I (call) the police.

5. She (not go) to the library three days ago.

6. How many plays Shakespeare (write)?

7. I (not go) to the cinema yesterday.

8. The girls (come) in an hour.

Keys:

2.1 impossible 2. favourite<или>favorite 3. Different 4. Farmer 5.unfortunately6. careful

1 them 2. were sent 3. did not have<или>didn’t have<или>hadn't<или>had not
4. Youngest 5. First 6. was<
или>were
7.will improve <
или>‘ll improve<или>is going to improve 8. was eating 9. Began

1. furniture, offices 2. books, bookcases 3. pianos, radios 4. ladies, kilos, tomatoes, potatoes 5 passers-by

1.is 2.is 3.is 4.are

Список использованной литературы:

Е.С.Музланова, Е. И. Кисунько «Английский язык. ЕГЭ. Грамматика и лексика» «Издательство Астрель» ,Москва, 2012

Г.Ю.Настёнкова, Т.М.Сапгир «Контрольные и проверочные работы по английскому языку» Методическое пособие. Издательство «Русский язык» Москва 1997

Н.И.Ходакова «Английский абитуриентам» Изд-во Саратовского университета, 2002

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