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Экзаменационной работа по английскому языку состоит из двух частей (письменной и устной) и включает 25 заданий.

Сначала выполняется письменная часть. На её выполнение отводится 2 часа (120 мин). В этой части работы предлагается выполнить 25 заданий, которые даны в следующей последовательности.

В разделе «Аудирование» предполагается прослушивание нескольких текстов и выполнение 6 заданий на понимание услышанного. Рекомендуемое время на выполнение данного раздела – 30 минут.

Раздел «Чтение» включает 6 заданий, которые позволят оценить понимание прочитанных текстов. Рекомендуемое время на выполнение заданий – 30 минут.

Раздел «Грамматика и лексика» состоит из 12 заданий. Рекомендуемое время на выполнение раздела – 30 минут.

В разделе «Письмо» предусмотрено 1 задание, предлагающее написать личное письмо. Черновые пометки делаются непосредственно на листе с заданиями (они не оцениваются), полный вариант письменного ответа заносится в бланк ответов. Рекомендуемое время на выполнение – 30 минут

Рекомендуется выполнять задания в том порядке, в котором они даны.

Устная часть экзамена состоит из двух заданий: монологическое высказывание по заданной теме и диалог-расспрос (беседа в ситуациях повседневного общения). Время устного ответа 9-10 минут на одного учащегося.

Во время выполнения теста по аудированию перед каждым заданием дана пауза с тем, чтобы вы смогли просмотреть вопросы к заданию, а также паузы после первичного и повторного предъявления аудиотекста для внесения ответов. По окончании выполнения всего раздела «Аудирование» перенесите свои ответы в бланк ответов.

Экзаменационная работа

для проведения государственной итоговой аттестации выпускников IX классов общеобразовательных

учреждений 2009 года

по АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ

Вариант № 1

Район ____________________________________________

Город (населенный пункт) ___________________________

Школа ____________________________________________

Класс ____________________________________________

Фамилия __________________________________________

Имя ______________________________________________

Отчество _________________________________________

Экзаменационная работа

для проведения государственной итоговой аттестации выпускников IX классов общеобразовательных

учреждений 2009 года

по АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ

Вариант № 2

Район ____________________________________________

Город (населенный пункт) ___________________________

Школа ____________________________________________

Класс ____________________________________________

Фамилия __________________________________________

Имя ______________________________________________

Отчество _________________________________________

Демо-версия №1

Раздел 1. Аудирование

Раздел 1. АУДИРОВАНИЕ

Прослушайте текст и определите какие из приведенных утверждений А1-А12 соответствует содержанию текста (1-True), какие не соответствуют (2-False). Обведите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

A1. Gypsies belong to a group who left India for Europe many centuries ago.

  1. True

  2. False

A2. Gypsies are constantly on the move.

  1. True

  2. False

A3. They have their own language and a special life-style.

  1. True

  2. False

A4. People often complain about gypsies living near them.

  1. True

  2. False

A5. Sometimes violence is used against them.

  1. True

  2. False

A6. Traditionally, gypsies do not live in one place for long.

  1. True

  2. False

A7. They have habits which are very different from those people who live in houses.

  1. True

  2. False

A8. When gypsies move into an area, people living there are very happy.

  1. True

  2. False

A9. It is easy for gypsies to find a job.

  1. True

  2. False

A10. Children like to play with gypsies.

  1. True

  2. False

A11. Gypsies live in permanent homes.

  1. True

  2. False

A12. It is easy to live in harmony with other people.

  1. True

  2. False

Задание B1 Вы услышите 5 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 1-5 и утверждениями, данными в списке A-F. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

A an art exhibition

B a ballet peformance

C a book fair

D a film

I an opera

F a play

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Ключи к заданиям «Аудирование»

В1. Speaker 1

Woman I would definitely recommend it – you could find things on even’ topic under the sun there, from ancient Greek sculpture to the Japanese art of bonsai. But if you are planning to go, don’t leave it too late in the day. I went in the afternoon and it was really crowded, especially round some of the more popular stands.

Speaker 2

Man They kept the curtain open during all the scene changes, which rather spoiled the illusion for me. And they did it in modern dress, which I found a bit strange, especially since it’s supposed to be set in ancient Egypt. But apart from those things, I really enjoyed it. The female lead was superb; she had a wonderful voice of course, but she was a good actress too, which isn’t always the case.

Speaker 3

Woman I only went because David persuaded me into it – he is a big fan – but it wasn’t really my cup of tea. Of course, they were fantastically fit and did the most amazing leaps and twirls, and it was all quite pretty to look at. The music was nice too, but I did get a bit bored. In fact, I have to admit I fell asleep for a while in the second half!

Speaker 4

Man The Swinton retrospective at the Tate has really been pulling the crowds, so get there early if you want to avoid queuing to get in. the irony of this popularity would not have been lost on Swinton himselfhe struggled for thirty years to make a living from his work and it was only in the last decade of his life that his cartoon-like images of daily life caught the public’s imagination.

Speaker 5

Woman Of course, it’s always harder to bring something fresh to the classics – everyone’s got their own preconceived ideas about the right way it should be done. But I must say, this production was absolutely fantastic. I was completely spellbound from the moment the curtain rose and the final speech at the end of act three brought tears to my eyes.

Задание А1 – А12

А1 – Т, А2 – Т, А3 – Т, А4 – Т, А5- Т, А6 – Т, А7 – F, А8 – F, А9 – T, А10 – F, А 11 – F, A12 – F.

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Strictly speaking, gypsies belong to a group who left India for Europe many centuries ago. They have their own language, a special life-style and values which are very different from other people. In England alone there are 11.000 caravans belonging to gypsies, who are constantly on the move. They wander from place to place and usually don’t have a permanent home.

When gypsies move into an area, people living nearby often feel threatened by a life-style they do not understand, and try to persuade the authorities to move them on. The gypsies, however, have their own complaints: shopkeepers refuse to serve them, they find it difficult to get jobs, their children are teased or ignored by other children. Still worse, stones are throne at the windows of their caravans.

It is time that we all started behaving like civilized human beings, accepting our differences and living together in harmony.

Раздел 2. Чтение

В2. Установите соответствие тем А-F текстам 1-5. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя.

A. Mystery at sea.

B. The magic force of triangle.

C. Have other life forms visited the Earth?

D. British famous mystery.

E. Natural phenomenon or the work of hoaxers?

F. Explorers set off on Mars.

1.

This area is in the Atlantic Ocean, near Florida in the United State.

Some years ago, many aeroplanes disappeared when they were flying through the area.

Ships also disappeared or sank when they were sailing there. Today, many people say

That the area has a special, magic force and that it is very dangerous. They are frightened

to go into the area because they say something might happen to them.

2.

The mystery of this ship is the greatest one of all times. It was a large ship that sailed from

New York in 1872.Two months later , sailors in another ship met her in the Atlantic.

They came near the ship to speak to the captain, but they discovered there was absolutely nobody on the ship. Everything else on the ship was completely normal. There wasn’t any sign of a fight, or illness or any other problem. Where did everyone go?

3.

Most scientists, however, believe UFO sightings to be imaginary or to have a rational explanation. The formation of strange patterns that appear in the fields and deserts in different parts of the world was once claimed to be the evidence of alien activity. Now these circles are thought to be either a natural phenomenon or the work of hoaxers. Some drawings and designs

in the Nazca Desert in Peru can be understood if they are seen from above. So they must have been designed to be seen in space.

4.

The group of enormous stones in the south of Britain appeared about 5,000 years ago.

They think that, first one large stone was placed in the centre of a circle and then many wooden posts were put into the ground around it. Later, many different kinds and sizes of stones were brought from other parts of the country. Eighty-two huge bluestones were transported from the

South Wales by boat. Why did they do it? No one is sure. Some archeologists say that it was made as a calendar so that the local people would know when to plant crops. Other historians say

It has been designed as a religious temple.

5.

Early on, many people thought that intelligent life might be found on Mars or Venus. Ironically,

We believe that sometimes unidentified flying objects visit our planet. In 1947 a mysterious crash took place near the government air base in New Mexico. For many years, The US government denied that anything strange had taken place. This led some people to conclude that the government was covering up the evidence of an alien spacecraft that had been crashed.

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B3. Прочитайте и заполните пропуски 1-8 частями предложений A-I. Одна из частей в списке A-I лишняя. Перенесите ответы в таблицу.

We all regard receiving presents as a pleasant experience and yet it can be one of the most awkward. 1 _____.

All you can do is exchange it after your friend or relative has gone home. 2. ______ Worse still, the agreement on a sale is between the person who bought it and the shop.

3.______I But an exchange is not always that simple because there has to be a good reason for it. Either the item has to be faulty or unsuitable for the job it was intended to do.

4. ______You would have the right to return it and get your money back.

But if you are returning something, no matter what the reason, you will be expected to have proof of purchase. 5. _____If all of these have been mislaid, you may have to rely on a witness.

Many big stores have a much more tolerant policy towards returns and see it as a gesture of goodwill to exchange items without question. Stores including Marks & Spencer and HMV are well know for their 'no argument' policy on returned goods 6._______

So if a shop or store refuses to exchange an item, to offer a refund or to give you a credit note, the retailer is likely to be within his legal rights unless there is something wrong with the

item. 7. _______You have every right to demand a cash refund or a replacement, but only if you have returned it within a 'reasonable' time.

Unfortunately, the law does not define what is meant bv 'reasonable'. 8. ________ In any case if you return an item after what is considered a 'reasonable' time, then all you are legally entitled to is the cost of repair.

A Unfortunately, you have no right to change an item purchased just because it docs not fit or is not to your liking.

В In that case, the boot is on the other foot.

С Some shops and stores expect things to be returned within a week of purchase, or at least a week from when you received them, while others may impose a much longer time limit.

D If the receipt cannot be found, then it is possible to use another proof of purchase such as a credit or debit card receipt.

E Without proof of purchase the shop would be within its rights to refuse to exchange it.

F So you will have to tell your favourite aunt that the pyjamas do not fit or the pullover is a colour you would never wear.

G However, shoppers should remember this is a privilege, not a right.

H For example, if the buyer was told that a food mixer was capable of kneading bread and later found out it was not, then action could be taken.

I It is often difficult to look pleased when you receive a gift which is entirely useless, the wrong size or unlike anything you would buy for yourself.

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Прочитайте текст и выполните задания A13 – A19 , обводя цифру 1,2,3 или 4, соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа.

Man has viewed other species of animals in

many different lights. He has looked on them as predators, prey, partners, pests and pets. He has exploited them economically, studied them

5scientifically, appreciated them aesthetically and exaggerated them symbolically. Above all, he has competed with them for living space, dominated them, and all too often exterminated them.

10 From his earliest days he has feared certain species as killers. Some, such as lions, tigers, wolves, crocodiles, giant snakes and sharks have been pictured as savage man-eaters, hungry for human flesh. Others have been labelled as

15 aggressive poisoners - the venomous snakes, deadly spiders, scorpions and stinging insects. In every case he has magnified the true dangers. None of the supposed man-eaters has ever had mankind as a main course on its menu. Only on

20 very rare occasions and under special circumstances have they turned to human flesh, as a tasty addition to their natural diet. Big cats that have taken up man-eating have nearly always done so because of injury or illness. A

25 wounded leopard, unable to catch its usual, fast-moving prey, may be driven to seeking food in a native village in the form of a human victim. When this happens, word spreads quickly and in no time at all leopards everywhere are under

3 0 attack as potential man-killers. Wolves have been even more unjustly condemned as a bloodthirsty enemy of man. Endless, bloodcurdling stories have been told about them, but hardly ever have they been authenticated. In

35 an area in America where such stories were common, a reward was once offered for any case of an unprovoked attack on man. The reward

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as never been claimed. Everywhere myth has dominated fact, and the wolf is almost extinct. In a similar way, poisonous animals have been described as a major threat, attacking man whenever possible.

Again, fiction has overwhelmed fact. No poisonous snake attacks: it merely defends itself. It needs its venom to kill or paralyse its prey which it then swallows whole... Since no venomous snake is large enough to swallow even a small human

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baby whole, it follows that to strike at a human target is a waste of precious venom. It is a course of action that is only taken as a last resort, in a desperate attempt at self-protection. This has not stopped snakes

becoming the most feared and hated of all animals. They are destroyed ruthlessly wherever they are encountered.

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rey species have also suffered but in a rather different way. Instead of being hunted to extinction, they have been transformed into

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omestic breeds. With the great switch from hunting to farming which took place about ten thousand years ago, the most important prey species were brought under human control

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nd herded, penned and killed at will. Selective breeding gradually changed them. As food animals they became more docile and they carried more meat. The result was a dramatic reduction in the number of animal

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species on the human menu. Whereas the early hunters killed anything they could catch, and ate a wide variety of animals, the farmers and their descendants, right down to the present day, have restricted their 'prey' to

relatively few types: mostly goats, sheep, pigs, cattle, rabbits, chickens, geese and ducks.

A13

How have people regarded animals?

1 in one way in particular

2 as things to be exploited

3 in several different ways

4 as creatures we share the planet with

A14 What does 'others' in line 14 refer to?

1 people

2 poisoners

3 animals

4 man-eaters

A 15 In what circumstances would an animal be most likely to kill and eat a human?

1 if it wasn't able to catch the animals it normally ate

2 if it was attacked by a person

3 if someone tried to capture it

4 if someone built a home in its territory

A16 What is meant by 'bloodcurdling' in line 33?

1 amusing

2 particularly frightening

3 ridiculous

4 very interesting

A17 Why is the snake's venom described as 'precious' in line 45?

1 The snake needs it to survive.

2 It is worth a lot of money.

3 It can be used to save lives by making medicine.

4 It is extremely rare.

A18 How did the animals kept on farms change?

1 They became heavier.

2 They developed fewer teeth.

3 They became more attractive.

4 They started to eat anything they were given.

A19 What does the writer think of man's behaviour towards animals?

1 It is natural.

2 It is justified.

3 It is unfair.

4 It is improving.

По окончании выполнения заданий B2, B3 и A13-A19 не забудьте перенести свои ответы в бланк ответов №1 !

Обратите внимание, что ответы на задания В2-В3, А13-А19 располагаются в разных частях бланка.


Раздел 3. Грамматика и лексика

Прочитайте текст с пропусками и обозначенными номерами А20-34. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям А20-А34, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. Обведите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа.



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