Тверская гимназия № 44

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					Тверская гимназия № 44

Диагностическая работа по циклу 3 учебника английского языка О.В. Афанасьевой, И.В. Михеевой для 9 класса
(Образцы лексического и грамматического тестов с ключами)

Разработаны: учителем английского языка Тверской гимназии № 44 Сулимовым А.А.

Тверь, 2008

Lexical Test
I. Translate into Russian. 1. Minced beef (pork) 5. Toffees 9. Carnations II. 2. Marshmallows 6. Fishcakes 10. Shrimps 3. Rye bread 7. Cottage cheese 4. Cheesecakes 8. Tangerines

Choose the correct answer. 1. The tailor made Joe a new … a) clothes b) dress c) suit d) wear 2. The boxer in the dark … is sure to win the match. a) underwear b) pants c) trousers d) trunks 3. It's a smart restaurant and men have to wear a … a) raincoat b) overcoat c) coat d) tailcoat 4. Why don't you wear a(n) … when you do the washing-up. a) apron b) cloth c) duster d) towel 5. Lisa was wearing a white dress? With a golden belt round her … a) bust b) hips c) knees d) waist 6. That's a nice dress. It … you perfectly. a) costumes b) goes c) matches d) suits 7. Excuse me, But you've got your pullover on … a) double up b) in reverse c) inside out d) upside down 8. I'm afraid those clothes are not at all … for the occasion. a) fitted b) matching c) suitable d) suiting 9. Long dresses are in … again. a) turn b) form c) mode d) fashion 10. It's a good idea to be … dressed when you go or an interview. a) boldly b) clearly c) finely d) smartly


Match the words on the left with the correct words on the right. Use each word once only. Write your answers in the boxes. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. a ball of a bar of a bunch of a jar of a loaf of a lump of a pack of a packet of a pad of a pair of a reel of a string of a tank of a tube of a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. bread cards cigarettes cotton flowers ice jam pearls petrol scissors soap string toothpaste writing paper 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.


Below is a plan of large department store. In which department would you expect to buy each of the following? You should have to go to each department once only. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. an armchair a bar of chocolate a brooch a clarinet a doll an encyclopedia some lettuce seeds some lipstick a meat pie 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. a pair of sandals a pair of sheets a pair of skis a rug a saucepan a skirt a tie some typing paper a video recorder



1. Простите, Вас обслуживают? 2. Спасибо, ботинки сидят как "влитые". 3. Малыш упал с кресла-качалки (use "come"). 4. Посмотри, у тебя на блузке отрывается пуговица (use "come"). 5. Не стоит жить без дружбы. 6. Похороны мистера Брауна были в воскресенье. 7. Какая уморительная комедия. Я зашлась от хохота. 8. Над крышей дворца развевался на ветру национальный флаг. 9. Терпеть не могу одевать и застегивать туго накрахмаленные рубашки. 10. Если вы положите деньги на текущий счет, вы сможете снимать их в любое время, но будете получать только 3 % дохода.

VI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Country Study (Odd man out)

Find the odd one which should not be here and market (a,b,c or d). a) a) a) a) a) a) a) a) Oxford Street Selfridges Beads Receipt Sportswear Linen Slit Frank b) b) b) b) b) b) b) b) The Mall Harrods Cocoa beans Check (que) Tableware Shirt Stud Cent c) c) c) c) c) c) c) c) The High' Street Florist's Shrimps Cash Men's Wear Waistcoat Roll Pound d) d) d) d) d) d) d) d) Regent's Street Marks and Spencer Cattle Credit card Ladies' Underwear Shorts Buttonhole Dollar

Lexical Test. (Keys)
I. 1. Фарш (говяжий/свиной) 2. Зефир/пастила 3. Ячменный (черный) хлеб 4. Творожные кексы 5. (Молочные) ириски 6. Рыбные котлеты 7. Творог 8. Мандарины 9. Гвоздики 10. Креветки II. 1–c 6–d 2–d 7–c 3–d 8–c 4–a 9–d 5–d 10 – d III. - l a ball of string 1 - k a bar of soap 2 - e a bunch of flowers 3 - g a jar of jam 4 - a a loaf of bread 5 - f a lump of ice 6 - b a pack of cards 7 - c a packet of cigarettes 8 - n a pad of writing paper 9 a pair of scissors 10 - j a reel of cotton 11 - d a string of pearls 12 - h a tank of petrol 13 - i a tube of toothpaste 14 - m IV. 1–a 6–i 11 – p 16 – c 2–o 7–r 12 – k 17 – h 3–l 8–m 13 – b 18 – g 4–e 9–q 14 – j 5–d 10 – n 15 - f V. 1. Excuse me, are you being served? 2. Thank you, the boots fit like a glove/gloves. 3. The boy came (has come) off the rocking chair. 4. Look (Have a look) the button is coming off your blouse. 5. It is not worth living without friendship. 6. Mr. Brown's funeral was on Sunday. 7. What a hilarious comedy! I shrieked with laughter. 8. The national flag was flapping in the wind over the palace. 9. I hate to put (putting) on and button up (buttoning up) shirts starched stiff. 10. If you put (some) money on a current account you will be able to with draw it at any time but you will get only 3 per cent(%) interest. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 b c c a b a c b (The Mall) - no shops (Florist's) - not a Dep. Store (Shrimps) – was not used instead of money (Receipt) – it is not a means of payment (Tableware) – can't be put on (Linen) – can't be put on (Roll) – not a part of clothes (Cent) – a coin


Grammer Test
I. Can, could and (be) able to Choose the correct form of the verbs. 1. Why did you walk all the way from the station? You could phone/ could phoned for a lift. 2. I loved staying with my grandparents when I was a child. They let me read all the books in the house and told me I could/ was able to go to bed as late as I wanted. 3. This carpet was priced at £500, but I could/ was able to get a discount because of this little mark in the corner. 4. I couldn't have found / haven't been able to find my diary for days. It's terribly inconvenient. 5. As soon as she opened the door I could / was able to see from her face that something terrible had happened. 6. I've no idea where my brother is living now. He can / could be at the North Pole for all I know. 7. It's difficult to understand how explorers survive the conditions they encounter in the Antarctic. I'm sure I can't / couldn't. 8. Why did I listen to you? I can be / could have been at home by now instead of sitting here in the cold. 9. The day started off misty, but by the time we had reached the mountain the sun had appeared and we could / were able to climb it quickly. II. Choose the correct form from each pair of words. Dear Natasha, Well, here I am in England. Thank you for your (1) kind/kindly letter. You ask me what it's like here. I must say, it's pretty (2) good/well. The language school is very (3) efficient/efficiently organized. On the first morning we had to do a test, which I found rather (4) hard/hardly. However I got a (5) surprising/surprisingly good mark, so I'm in the second class. I didn't talk much at first, because I couldn't think of the worlds (6) quick/quickly enough, but (7) late/lately I've become much more (8) fluent/fluently. I'm staying with a family who live (9) near/nearly the school. They are quite (10) pleasant/pleasantly, although I don't see much of them because I'm always so (11) busy/busily with my friends from school. I was surprised how (12) easy/easily I made new friends here. They come from (13) different/differently parts of the world and we have some (14) absolute/absolutely fascinating discussions. I do hope you will be able to join me here next term. I'm sure we'd have (15) good/well fun together. All the best, Misha P.S. Aren't you impressed at how (16) accurate/accurately my English is now?! 1 – kind 2– etc.


Translate into English. Где Джон? Я не уверен, но вероятно он все еще в банке, снимает деньги со счета. Полагаю, что всю необходимую информацию вы сможете получить в справочной. Никто не смог хорошо рассказать о показе мод, только двое учащихся смогли. Джейн, можно я надену твою облегающую кожаную куртку на день рождения. Какой странный наряд. Ты не можешь пойти в этом в институт. Она чувствует себя плохо сегодня. Вероятно у нее сейчас высокая температура, а может быть это простуда. 7. Стоит постараться не опаздывать на встречи. 8. Она всегда высоко отзывается о своих преподавателях. 9. Когда я наткнулся на камень, я чуть не упал. 10. Он был не прав, когда несправедливо наказал сына. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.


The following text is divided into short extracts marked with numbers. Some of the extracts are correct and some have words which shouldn't be there. If there is an odd word, write it next to the number of the extract (given below the text). If not, put a tick (v). Example: O the O O v .

(1) Once upon a time, fashion was an only for the rich. Paris was the centre of (2) the fashion world, and everyone else here tried to copy the top French (3) designers. But now fashion is a much more international matter. London, like (4) other big European cities, has have a large number of its own talented (5) designers. Street styles are not created by the big fashion designers. (6) The British don't think much about fashion very much. Most people go down (7) to their nearest shopping street and to buy something from a "chain" store. (8) The most popular of these stores, with a shop in such every town, is "Marks (9) and Spencer". It is Britain's favourite store. (10) It started more than a hundred years ago before when a young Polish (11) immigrant, Michael Marks, had a stall in Leeds Market. He didn't have that (12) many things to sell: some cotton, lots of buttons and a few shoelaces. (13) Ten years later, he met Tom Spencer and together they started Penny Stalls (14) in many towns in the north of the England. Today there are more than 500 (15) branches of M&S all over through the world.

Grammer Test. (Keys)
I. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. II. 1 – kind 2 – good 3 – efficiently 4 – hard 5 – surprisingly 6 – quickly 7 – lately 8 – fluent 9 – near 10 – pleasant 11 – busy 12 – easily 13 – different 14 – absolutely 15 – good 16 – accurate could have phoned could was able to haven't been able to could could couldn't could have been were able to


1. Where is John? I'm not sure but he might still be at the bank with drawing money from his (the) account. 2. I think (believe) you will be able to get all the necessary information at the information/enquiry desk. 3. Nobody could speak (tell) well about the fashion show, only two students were able to. 4. Jane, can I put on your close-fitting leather jacket for a/the birthday party. 5. What a strange outfit/strange clothes! You can't go to the institute in this/ in these (or: You can't wear this/these to the institute). 6. She feels bad today, she might/may be having a high temperature (or: it might/may be a cold). 7. It is worth trying not to be late for the appointments/meetings. 8. She always speaks highly of her teachers. 9. When I came across/over the stone I nearly fell down. 10. He was not right/wrong when he punished his son wrongly. 1 – an 2 – here 3- v 4 – have 5- v 6 – much 7 – to 8 – such 9- v 10 – before 11 – that 12 - v 13 - v 14 - v 15 - through


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