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I. A. Put the verb in brackets in the correct tense.


TEST

I COURSE I SEMESTER

Variant IV

I. A. Put the verb in brackets in the correct tense.

Once there was a poor Student who (fall) in love with a beautiful young girl. But she (say) to him one day: “I (dance) with you if you (bring) me a red rose.”

"But it's winter now and there (be) no roses in my garden," cried the unhappy Student, "if I (not / get) a rose, she (forget) me and my heart (break).”

From the tree the Nightingale (hear) how he (cry) and decided to help him. She (fly) to the Rose-tree under the Student's window and asked for one red rose. But there (be) no roses on that tree. But the tree (tell) her that there (be) a terrible way to get a red rose. The Nightingale (think) that Love was better than Life, so she agreed. The young Student still (lie) on his bed. He (not / leave) his room for a few days already. "Be happy ," cried the bird, "you will have your rose if you (promise) that you (become) a true lover!" But the young man (can / not / understand) what the Nightingale (say) to him. And the bird (sing) all night with her breast against the thorn of the Rose-tree. And out of her song and blood there appeared a beautiful red rose. In the morning the Student looked through the window and saw that the bird (die). Then he noticed the wonderful red rose on the tree. "What luck!" he cried, "I (never / see) such a wonderful flower in all my life!" He (run) to the girl with the rose in his hand. "I'm afraid it (not / go) with my jewels," she said, "everybody (know) that jewels (cost) more than flowers!" "You are ungrateful," cried the Student angrily and he (throw) the wonderful red rose into the street and returned to his dusty books.

B. Write five questions to the text.

II. Choose the right answer.

1. The black widow is (dangerous) spider because its bite can kill a man in a few minutes.

A most dangerous

B the most dangerous

C the dangerousest

D the more dangerous

2. I’m, late, …?

A am not I

B don't l

C aren't l

D are I

3. She looked out of the window. It (still / snow).

A was still snowing

B still snowed

C has still snowed

D has still being snowing

4. The Davons (use / live) in the town, but now they live in the country.

A used to live

B were used to live

C got used to live

D are getting used to living

5. I’ll look … your children if you are busy tomorrow.

A for

B at

C like

D after

6. All of … sudden she stopped her dinner and went out.

A a

B the

C –

D such

7. We found only … flowers in the wood.

A few

B a little

C little

D a few

8. Oh, your case is very heavy. I (help) you to carry it.

A am going to help

B ought to help

C will help

D must help

9. A new navigation equipment (examine) by our scientists now.

A is being examined

B is examining

C is examined

D examines

10. I wish I (spend) so much money. And now I have to borrow it from my parents.

A didn’t spend

B haven’t spent

C wouldn’t have spent

D hadn’t spent

11. You had better (write) to your parents more regularly.

A to write

B write

C writing

D wrote

12. The other day Dad was invited to … school to see the headmaster.

A the

B a

C -

D an

13. When he arrived, they … him that his friend had phoned.

A spoke

B said

C said to

D told

14. He made me (tell) the story from the very beginning.

A to tell

B told

C tell

B telling

15. What’s wrong … Henry? He looks tired.

A about

B with

C of

D in

16. I’d like him (go) with us to see Granny.

A would go

B going

C go

D to go

17. The doorbell rang just as he (leave) the house.

A has left

B left

C was leaving

D leaves

18. He is proud … his son’s achievements.

A at

B on

C of

D about

19. I have … seen Julia … written to her.

A neither … nor

B either … or

C or … or

D never …or

20. Chris is trying to … smoking.

A leave

B give up

C give off

D give out

21. Dad asked who … that morning.

A I rang

B had I rung

C did I ring

D I had rung

22. The workers (build) the road by the end of the year.

A will have been built

B will built

C will have built

D are building

23. If I were in your shoes, I (help) her.

A will help

B help

C would have helped

D would help

24. What is the … news of today?

A fresh

B last

C latest

D late

25. He prefers this room … that room.

A than

B to

C more than

D more to

III. Translate the sentences from Russian into English.

1. Если ты хорошенько потрудишься, ты сдашь экзамены. 2. Мистер Поте сказал нам, что прекрасно провел время с нами. 3. - Я никогда не бывала в Англии. Я тоже. 4. Я не понимаю, о чём говорят эти люди. Жаль, что я не знаю английского языка. 5. Твоему брату пришлось самому чинить велосипед? 6. Как мог Том Сойер заставить своих друзей красить забор? 7. Санкт-Петербург славится своими музеями и картинными галереями. 8. Комната Джона самая удобная в вашей квартире, не так ли? 9. Ты не знаешь Анин телефон? Я точно не помню, но сейчас поищу его в своей записной книжке. 10. Докладчик сообщил, что население нашего города достигнет миллиона к следующему году.

 

 

TEXT 4

Read the text and do the tasks that follow.

Paragraphs 1-9 contain advice for business leaders. Choose the appropriate heading for each paragraph from the list below.

a. A leader should be a good teacher and communicator.

b. A leader must manage time and use it effectively.

с. A leader must have technical competence.

d. A leader must provide vision.

e. A leader must be visible and approachable.

f. A leader should be introspective.

g. A leader should be dependable.

h. A leader should be open-minded.

i. A leader should have a sense of humour.

 

Translate the text.

 

TEST

I COURSE I SEMESTER

Variant IV

I. A. Put the verb in brackets in the correct tense.

Once there was a poor Student who (fall) in love with a beautiful young girl. But she (say) to him one day: “I (dance) with you if you (bring) me a red rose.”

"But it's winter now and there (be) no roses in my garden," cried the unhappy Student, "if I (not / get) a rose, she (forget) me and my heart (break).”

From the tree the Nightingale (hear) how he (cry) and decided to help him. She (fly) to the Rose-tree under the Student's window and asked for one red rose. But there (be) no roses on that tree. But the tree (tell) her that there (be) a terrible way to get a red rose. The Nightingale (think) that Love was better than Life, so she agreed. The young Student still (lie) on his bed. He (not / leave) his room for a few days already. "Be happy ," cried the bird, "you will have your rose if you (promise) that you (become) a true lover!" But the young man (can / not / understand) what the Nightingale (say) to him. And the bird (sing) all night with her breast against the thorn of the Rose-tree. And out of her song and blood there appeared a beautiful red rose. In the morning the Student looked through the window and saw that the bird (die). Then he noticed the wonderful red rose on the tree. "What luck!" he cried, "I (never / see) such a wonderful flower in all my life!" He (run) to the girl with the rose in his hand. "I'm afraid it (not / go) with my jewels," she said, "everybody (know) that jewels (cost) more than flowers!" "You are ungrateful," cried the Student angrily and he (throw) the wonderful red rose into the street and returned to his dusty books.



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