Англійська мова тест контроль відповіді – BRITISH CULTURAL MONUMENTS (TEST 17)

Variant 1

Level 1
1. Match the words according to their meaning. Task (0) is an example.

0. England A) British Museum Library
1. Scotland B) Cardiff National Museum
2. Wales C) Belfast Central Library
3. Northern Ireland D) National Gallery of Scotland
(0) – A

Level 2
2. Match the question to the answer. Task (0) is an example.

0. Did the Druids build Stonehenge?
1. Where are the Bluestones? None of them look blue?
2. Is Stonehenge the largest stone circle?
3. Why can’t we go into the centre circle?

A) No. The stones were built by three different cultures, Windmill, First Wessex and the Beakers.
B) Stonehenge is not the largest stone circle in the world but it is the only one that has lintels around the top, making this unique.
C) The Bluestones are the smaller inner stones, which originate from Preselli mountains in Wales, and when they become wet, they turn blue.
D) The stone circle has had a lot of footfall over the past few centuries and for conservation purposes it has to be roped off.
(0) – A

Level 3
3. Read the text below. Choose from (A-F) the one which best fits each of (1-3). There are two choices you do not need to use. Task (0) is an example.

(0) The Island of Sark. One of the Channel Islands, Sark is located some 80 miles from the south coast of England and only 24 miles (1) _____________. Neither part of the United Kingdom nor the European Union, Sark is reputed to be (2)_______________independent feudal state in Europe and to have the last feudal constitution in (3) ____________ . Sark is a dependency of the British crown. In 1565 Queen Elizabeth I granted Sark to Helier de Carteret as a fief, with the condition that at least 40 men would live on the island.
A) The Island of Sark D) smaller
B) from the north coast of France E) in England
C) the western world F) the smallest
(0) – A

Level 4
4. Write special questions to the following statements. Task (0) is an example.

0. Warwick Castle is one of the most popular tourist attractions in England.
What is Warwick Castle? ___________________________________________________
1. St Paul’s Cathedral was repaired to mark the 300th anniversary in 2008.
What ______________________________________________________________________
2. Fountains Abbey, which is situated in North Yorkshire, is Britain’s largest monastic ruin.
Where______________________________________________________________________
3. Castell Henllys is situated between Newport and Cardigan.
Where _____________________________________________________________________

Variant 2

Level 1
1. Match the words according to their meaning. Task (0) is an example.

0. England A) Stonehenge
1. Scotland B) The Ulster Museum
2. Wales C) Highlands Games
3. Northern Ireland D) Welsh Folk Museum
(0) – A

Level 2 тести тематичного оцінювання англійська мова
2. Match the question to the answer. Task (0) is an example.
0. Why do people have to pay as this is our heritage?
1. How did Stonehenge come into the care of English Heritage?
2. What happened to the rest of the stones?
3. Where can the artefacts found at Stonehenge be viewed?
A) The stone circle was given to the government in 1918 by Sir Cecil Chubb with the provision that a charge was to be made to pay for the upkeep.
B) Artefacts can be viewed at the London Museum, Salisbury Museum and Devizes Museum.
C) When Stonehenge was given to the government it wyas looked after by the Department of the Environment. English Heritage was created in 1984 to manage the built heritage of the country, which included the management of the Stonehenge monument.
D) A lot of the original stones have been taken by our ancestors to build their houses and roads. Also, a lot of stones have been chipped away by visitors and taken away as souvenirs over the past couple of hundred years.
(0) – A

Level 3
3. Read the text below. Choose from (A — F) the one which best fits each of (1 — 3). There are two choices you do not need to use. Task (0) is an example.

(0) Нadrianі Wall was constructed over a period of six years by order of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, (1) _____________ in AD 122. The wall extended 117 km (73 ml) from Solway Firth to the mouth of the Tyne River and was about 6 m (about 20 ft) high and about 2.4 m (about 8 ft) wide. According to one of Hadrian’s Roman biographers it (2)______________to
“separate the Romans from the Barbarians” a feat it achieved (3) _______________ . Today, the area is studded with forts, milecastles, temples and turrets. It is the most prominent and important monument left by the Romans in Britain, it spans the width of the country.
A) Hadrians Wall
B) for over 250 years
C) Roman
D) was built
E) who came to Britain
F) for England
(0) – A

Level 4
4. Write special questions to the following statements. Task (0) is an example.

0. The Cathedral City of Canterbury has been a European pilgrimage site of major importance for over 800 years.
How long has the Cathedral City of Canterburу been, a European pilgrimage site?
1. The most famous motorcycle races in the world are held on the Isle of Man.
Where ___________________________________________________________________________
2. Perth — Gateway to the Highlands’ was once a Scotland’s capital.
What ____________________________________________________________________________
3. Rosslyn Chapel (near Edinburgh, Scotland) was selected as one of the locations for the film, “The Da Vinci Code.”
Why _____________________________________________________________________________

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