Spotlight 8 Test 6 ОТВЕТЫ
Spotlight 8 Test 6 Module 6
Spotlight 8 Test 6 ОТВЕТЫ — контрольная работа № 6 по английскому языку в 8 классе с ответами из сборника контрольных заданий УМК серии «Английский в фокусе» для учащихся 8 класса общеобразовательных организаций. Авторы: Ю.Е. Ваулина и др./ М.: Просвещение. Цитаты из пособия указаны в учебных целях.
A Fill in the missing word. There are two answers you do not need to use.
• set aside • majestic • symbols
1 I was cleaning out my room and found some old ….. • snaps…… from our childhood holidays.
2 You should really …… • book …….. a hotel room now; July is a very busy month, and if you leave it too late you won’t find the dates you want.
3 Whenever I travel abroad, I always visit the most popular museums and taste the ……• local cuisine ……
4 If you’re planning on seeing everything in such a short time, I would suggest taking a(n) ….. • guided tour ……… They cover a lot of sights in little time.
5 Did you know that the……. • native………people of Australia are called Aborigines?
6 We should…… • set off………on our trip before sunrise tomorrow, if we want to reach our destination by noon.
7 We had a(n) …….. • majestic ……… view of the ocean from our hotel room.
8 The Clock Tower, more commonly known as Big Ben, is one of the most famous…. • landmarks……… in London.
9 Backpacking through Europe after graduation was a(n)……. • unique……….experience for me and my friends.
10 Can you please give me a(n)……. • lift……….. to the airport tomorrow morning? I’d rather not take a taxi.
В Underline the correct item.
11 The passenger next to me drove/flew me up the wall by talking loudly during the whole flight.
12 There was such thick smog/erosion over Paris, that we could barely see anything from the top of the Eiffel Tower.
13 I’ve ordered my train tickets through the Internet, and they will fetch/deliver them to my office in the next five days.
14 A team of scientists is on an excursion/expedition in Antarctica to study the climatic conditions there.
15 Sally has always dreamed of going on a voyage/joumey across the Pacific Ocean aboard a luxurious ship.
16 John made his holiday arrangements weeks in/on advance, to make sure that nothing would go wrong at the last minute.
17 The hotel provided us with a(n) unspoilt/varied choice of breakfast items.
18 Before Adam visits a curious/foreign country, he makes sure he has learnt some phrases in the local language.
19 Ben rushed out of the office and boarded/caught a taxi to the train station.
20 When you arrive/reach the airport, ask someone where the airport bus leaves from.
C Rewrite the following statements in reported speech.
21 “You are not allowed to take pictures,” the museum guide said.
The museum guide said we were not allowed to take pictures.
22 “Sheila will return from Moscow next week,” Brian said.
Brian said Sheila would return from Moscow the next/the following week.
23 “You can collect your passport tomorrow,” the travel agent told me.
The travel agent told me I could collect my passport the next/the following day.
24 “I’m trying to decide where to go on holiday,” Sara said.
Sara said she was trying to decide where to go on holiday.
25 “I spent last summer travelling through Africa”, Ted said.
Ted said he had spent the previous summer travelling through Africa.
26 “This has been my best holiday ever!” the boy told his friends.
The boy told his friends that had been his best holiday ever.
27 “We didn’t take many photos during our trip,” Sue and Jack told me.
Sue and Jack told me they hadn’t taken any photos during their trip.
28 “You must call the hotel to confirm our reservation,” Mary said to her husband.
Mary said to her husband he had to call the hotel to confirm their reservation.
29 “We’re meeting some friends at the airport later today,” they said.
They said they were meeting some friends at the airport later that day.
D Rewrite the following sentences in reported speech using the introductory verb in brackets.
30 “Excuse me, what time does the next train leave?” the man said, (ask)
The man asked what time the next train left.
31 “Send me a nice postcard from Paris,” Carl said to Jenny, (tell)
Carl told Jenny to send him a nice postcard from Paris.
32 “What time are we leaving tomorrow?” John wondered, (ask)
John asked what time they were leaving the next/the following day.
33 “Do not forget to renew your passport,” Suzie said to Tommy, (tell)
Suzie told Tommy not to forget to renew his passport.
34 “Call me from your hotel as soon as you arrive,” Mum said to me. (tell)
Mum told me to call her from my hotel as soon as I arrived.
35 “How old is the Taj Mahal?” a tourist wanted to know, (ask)
A tourist asked how old the Taj Mahal was.
E Complete the exchanges with the phrases below.
36 A: I lost my passport, but it was found and returned to me two days later.
B:………………… • Thank goodness!
37 A: Did you enjoy your trip around Europe?
B:………………….. • It was fantastic.
38 A: We didn’t let the rain stop us from seeing the sites.
B:………………….. • Good for you!
39 A: I spent my whole holiday in bed with the flu.
B:………………….. • What a shame!
40 A: She’s planning to spend three weeks on a Greek island this summer.
B:…………………… • Sounds good!
F Read the following text and mark the statements as T (true), F (false) or DS (doesn’t say).
A SYMSOL OF PARIS
Being one of the most popular sites in the world, the Eiffel Tower attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. In fact, the structure, received its two hundredth millionth guest in 2002. Located on the Champs de Mars by the Seine River, visitors can make their way to the top and admire the breathtaking view of Paris.
The Tower was the inspiration of French engineer Gustave Eiffel. A very famous personality in his time, Eiffel had also done important work for the internal structure of another famous monument, the Statue of Liberty in the USA. Work on the Eiffel Tower began in 1887 and lasted until 1889, when the building was opened to the public during the Paris World Exposition. Until 1930 and the construction of the Chrysler Building in New York, the Tower remained the highest structure in the world.
Many people, especially artists, criticised the structure saying that this distasteful structure did not fit in with the beauty of Paris. One of these critics was the French writer Guy de Maupassant, who ate at one of the tower’s restaurants almost every day, because it was the only place in Paris from where the tower was not visible, and so he wouldn’t have to see it!
A lot of effort and money go into keeping the Tower in good condition. Every seven years, sixty metric tons of paint are used to repaint it. Different shades of the same colour are used on the top and darker ones on the bottom in order for the building to have an unvarying appearance.
41 Over two million people have climbed the Eiffel Tower. …..DS
42 Gustave Eiffel also built the Statue of Liberty. …..F
43 It took five years to complete the Eiffel Tower. …..F
44 Guy de Maupassant didn’t like the Eiffel Tower. …..T
45 Different colours are used to repaint the Eiffel Tower. …..F
G Listen to the speakers and choose the correct answer for each question.
46 Listen to a woman talking about choosing a holiday. What advice does she give?
A plan ahead В choose something suitable for you C visit many museums and landmarks
47 Listen to a man describing a business trip. How did he feel when he reached the hotel?
A Relieved. В Annoyed. C Frustrated.
48 Listen to a man talking about his trip to Paris. What was he surprised with?
A The prices of things. В The friendly people. C The quality of food.
49 Listen to a man talking about taking pictures. Which of the following is true?
A He doesn’t take pictures of landmarks. В He prefers taking pictures of unusual things. C He only takes pictures of people.
50 Listen to a girl talking about an exchange programme. How was her experience?
A Strange В Exciting C Boring
Spotlight 8 Test 6 Module 6 ОТВЕТЫ — контрольная работа № 6 по английскому языку в 8 классе с ответами из сборника контрольных заданий УМК серии «Английский в фокусе» для учащихся 8 класса. Авторы: Ю.Е. Ваулина и др.