Тестовий контроль знань онлайн – READING YEAR TEST (TEST 25)

Variant 1

Level 1
1. Match a word to a part of speech. Task (0) is an example.

0. to visit A) a verb
1. electricity B) an adjective
2. always C) an adverb
3. exciting D) a noun
(0) – A

Level 2
2. Read the text below. For (1-3) choose T if the statement is true according to the text, F if it is false. Task (0) is an example.

I’ve just read a book called “Science”. Some forms of technology have become so well established that it is easy to forget the great scientific achievements that they represent. The refrigerator, for example, owes its existence to a discovery that liquids take in energy when they evaporate, a phenomenon known as latent heat. The principle of latent heat was first exploited in a practical way in 1876, and the refrigerator has played a major role in maintaining public health ever since. The first automobile, dating from the 1880s, made use of many advances in physics and engineering, including reliable ways of generating high-voltage sparks, while the first computers emerged in the 1940s from simultaneous advances in electronics and mathematics. As the author says, everyone feels stress about technology, My new mobile, which I bought only a month ago, has become a necessary part of life. But our mobiles influence our private life. A lot of people can contact us at places where we are relaxing. We buy a lot of things that we don’t really need. Do we really need electric toothbrushes? The other problem is that we learn a lot of new things too fast.
Information is everywhere. We get it at school, from mass media, a lot of new devices appear. And the software changes quickly. I can hardly imagine my life without technology.
0. Every person likes technology.
1. I bought a new mobile a month ago.
2. As the author says, we buy only necessary things.
3. Computer program change quickly.
(0) – F

Level 3 тематичне оцінювання з англійської
3. Match choices (A-E) to (1-3). There is one extra choice, Task (0) is an example.
0. There is nothing quite like Stonehenge anywhere in the world and for 5000 years it has drawn
visitors to it. We shall never know why hundreds of people struggled over thousands of years to
build this monument, but visitors from all over the world come to marvel at this amazing feat of
engineering.
1. Before Stonehenge was built thousands of years ago, the whole of Salisbury Plain was a forest
of towering pines and hazel woodland. Over centuries the landscape changed to open chalk
lowland.
2. What you see today is less than half of the original monument, some of the stones have fallen
down, others have been carried away to be used for building or to repair farm tracks and over
centuries visitors have added their damage too. It was quite normal to hire a hammer from the
blacksmith in Amesbury and come to Stonehenge to chip bits off.
3. It’s thought that the name Stonehenge originates from the Anglo-Saxon period — the old English
word ‘henge’ meaning hanging.
A) How old is Stonehenge?
B) Why is the monument called so?
C) How did the landscape change?
D) How did people influence the monument?
E) Who built the monument?
(0) – A

Level 4
4. Copy out sentences from the text (exercise 3 (0-3)) according to their tense.

1. The Present Perfect Passive
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2. The Present Perfect Active
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3. The Present Simple Passive
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Variant 2

Level 1
1. Match a word to a part o f speech. Task (0) is an example.

0. to invent A) a verb
1. a tool B) an adverb
2. chemically C) a numeral
3. the first D) a noun
(0) – A

Level 2
2. Read the text below. For (1-3) choose T if the statement is true according to the text, F if it is false. Task (0) is an example.

For a large part of recorded history, science had little bearing on people’s everyday lives. Scientific knowledge was gathered for its own sake, and it had few practical applications. However, with the dawn of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century, this rapidly changed. Today, science has a profound effect on the way we live, largely through technology — the use of scientific knowledge for practical purposes. Some people are afraid of using technology. You can buy a phone with programming of 1000 numbers, but, unfortunately, you can’t turn it on. Or imagine that after
one have learnt how to use a new CD player, he sees a new DVD, which he had never even heard of. Things became too difficult. All devices have a lot of buttons. I bought a mobile I can use to send and receive e-mail. But, to tell you the truth, I remember the day when I was afraid to use my new computer. My schoolmate, who is afraid of computers, has never been on the Internet.
0. Some people have fear in using different devices.
1. A phone can be programmed.
2. Now you can send an e-mail using a mobile.
3. All of us have used the Internet.
(0) – T

Level 3
3. Match choices (A-E) to (1-3). There is one extra choice. Task (0) is an example.

0. Three kilometres to the north-east of Stonehenge, Woodhenge is another monument. Dated to around 2,300 BC, originally it comprised six rings of wooden post. It was probably covered with a roof, or perhaps the wooden posts were joined in the Stonehenge fashion.
1. Another feature which was worth mentioning, is the Cursus. It had been built before the stone settings. When it was called the Cursus in the eighteenth century, it was thought to be some sort of racetrack. However, its true function remains a mystery.
2. English Heritage will be charged with caring for Stonehenge, Woodhenge, and the Cursus and will be caring their good management and preservation for future generations.
3. There are some wonderful myths and legends and you can hear them on the audio tour at Stonehenge, Woodhenge, and the Cursus in ten different languages, English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Russian, Japanese and Mandarin.
A) What is the age of Woodhenge?
B) Which organization takes care about old monuments?
C) What can tourists hear at these places?
D) What is Cursus?
E) What is Stonehenge?
(0) – A

Level 4
4. Copy out sentences from the text (exercise 3 (0-3)) according to their tense.

1. The Present Simple Passive
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2. The Past Perfect Passive
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3. The Future Simple Passive
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