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Диагностическая работа №1 по английскому языку, 11 класс, 13 декабря 2011 года

11 класс 
13 декабря 2011 года

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A4     The hotel is very close to the beach.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated
A5      Mrs Ferguson doesn't think the pool is really important for their family.
1)  True 2) False 3) Not stated
A6     Mrs Ferguson and her family will eat in the hotel restaurant every day.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated
A7     Mrs Ferguson's thinks she'll have enough time to speak to her husband.
1) True 2) False 3) Not stated
Вы услышите интервью. В заданиях А8-А14 обведите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды._
A8 Our Amazing World is on
1) every day.
2) once a week.
3) every weekend.
A9     Ivan's trip to South America was
1) mainly for pleasure.
2) a part of animal rights campaign.
3) for scientific purposes.
A10    According to Ivan, capybaras are
1) animals like mice and rabbits.
2) quite big.
3) usually the size of guinea pigs.
A11    Ivan states that capybaras and guinea pigs are similar
1) in that they are both kept as pets.
2) due to the fact they are from the same animal family.
3) in appearance when they are young.(.....)

A. For the really scholarly reader, the British Library (a department of the British Museum) has more than 10 million volumes, occupying 320 kilometres of shelf space. At present, the library is obliged to house a copy of every book published in the country. This obligation, however, will probably disappear in the future. It's just too difficult to organize. In the future it could take up to two days to find a particular book.
B. Some people read for instruction, and some for pleasure and only few read from force of habit. Let us admit that reading with us is just a drug that we cannot get along without. Books are necessary to people when they travel, study at school or at the University, when they want to relax or while away the time in a nasty traffic jam. Books are necessary for us though some people don't read much.
C. The average English person considers poetry to be "nice" for children, becoming for girls, and appropriate for women and teachers. Few people read and fewer pay for it. The reason for disliking poetry is that most people believe poetry should only be concerned with certain "nice" themes and topics such as birds, flowers, trees and love. But the fact is that life in all its forms can be the theme of poetry.
D. Although the British are comparatively uninterested in formal education, and although they watch a lot of television, they are nonetheless enthusiastic readers. The vast majority of the books that are read in Britain could not be classified as "serious" literature. Britain is the home of what might be called "middlebrow" literature. For example, the distinctly British genre of detective fiction is regarded as entertainment rather than literature.
E. There was no written literature among the more than 500 different Indian languages and tribal cultures that exist in North America before the first Europeans arrived. As a result, Native American oral literature is quite diverse. Narratives from quasi-nomadic hunting cultures like the Navajo are different from stories of settled agricultural tribes such as the Acoma. Different religious variations enter into the oral literature as well.
F. At the turn of the 19th century a new kind of story writing emerged as a separate category of literature. At that time writers like Jules Verne and H.G Wells wanted to interest their readers in the excitements and dangers of new developments in technology and science.
Many modern writers have used such a genre to make us think about social or political development in our own time.(......)
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