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Государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение

 среднего профессионального образования

 «Сызранский медико-гуманитарный колледж»

Рассмотрено на заседании ЦМК

______________ дисциплин

Протокол № __ от _______2014 г

Председатель ЦМК___________

Итоговая контрольная работа № 1

Дисциплина:

Английский язык

Курс 4

Специальность 200504.51 Стандартизация и сертификация продукции (по отраслям)

УТВЕРЖДАЮ

Зам. директора по УВР

_______________Н. А. Шигина

 «____» _____________ 2014 г.

Задание 1. Перепишите предложения, раскрыв скобки и употребив глаголы в соответствующей временной форме группы Indefinite Active и Passive. Переведите предложения.

Every morning the sun (shine) in my bedroom and (wake) me up.

When he (come) back? – He (arrive) two days ago.

The painting (deliver) tomorrow, and everybody (see) it.

Professor Smith, who (award) a major science prize last month, (invite) to take part in a conference.

Задание 2. Перепишите предложения, употребив существительные во множественном числе и сделав соответствующие изменения:

That was a long story.

The leaf of this tree is yellow.

Is this a man or a woman?

There is a child in the garden.

Задание 3. Перепишите предложения, употребив прилагательные в нужной степени сравнения. Переведите предложения.

Her daughter is (tall) than I but much (thin).

This is (warm) room in the house. Old shoes are usually (comfortable) than new shoes.

He is one of (good) engineers at the plant.

Задание 4. Перепишите предложения, подчеркнув в них местоимения. Укажите разряд местоимений. Переведите предложения.

Who can better know my weakness than I?

He has never got anything interesting to say.

None of those dogs are ours.

The child fell and hurt himself badly.

Задание 5. Прочитайте и переведите текст:

Primary education

Primary education includes three age ranges: nursery for children under five years, infants from five to seven or eight and juniors from seven or eight to eleven or twelve. In the Infant school the children become acquainted with the 3R’s (reading, writing, arithmetic) in the form of games. The emphasis is on learning through experience and much of the time is devoted. to playing, drawing, painting and music. The infant school lays only the foundation in reading, writing and arithmetic and tries to create an interesting beginning to these complicated learning processes which are dealt within a more systematic way in the next stage.

At this stage the first lesson of the day is usually Bible study and the second lesson is arithmetic, both written and mental. The other lessons are: reading, writing, English language, English literature, and English history, Nature Study, drawing, painting, singing, woodwork and physical training. Instead of woodwork the girls’ curriculum includes needwork and cooking.

The Junior school mostly carries out a policy of streaming, when children are divided into A-stream of the cleverest, and B-stream of the next in ability, then comes a C-stream, which is the lowest.

The examination at the age of eleven “Eleven-Plus” is conducted by the local education authorities and usually consists of three papers, one in English, one in arithmetic and in Intelligence Test, the latter is thought to play the main role. The authorities think that they can ascertain the child’s Intelligence Quotient, or I.Q. Only about twenty five per cent of children are successful and win places at the grammar schools, from which they may proceed to the University. The other seventy five per cent tend to be regarded as «unsuccessful» and they can only go to a secondary modern school. This system of allocating children to different types of secondary school at the age of eleven and the selection methods have caused much criticism. There are also wide regional differences in the provision of grammar school places. Some areas have more places than others in relation to the population. Far worse than the regional differences are the social ones. The servey showed that middle-class children have a far higher chance of getting to grammar school: 54 per cent of upper middle-class children got places, compared with 11 per cent of lower manual working-class ones.

Infant school – школа, соответствующая у нас старшей группе детского сада.

ElevenPlus Examination— письменный экзамен, который сдают одиннадцатилетние школьники Англии.

Преподаватель _____________________ Жукова ВА

Государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение

 среднего профессионального образования

 «Сызранский медико-гуманитарный колледж»

Рассмотрено на заседании ЦМК

______________ дисциплин

Протокол № __ от _______2014 г

Председатель ЦМК___________

Итоговая контрольная работа № 2

Дисциплина:

Английский язык

Курс 4

Специальность 200504.51 Стандартизация и сертификация продукции (по отраслям)

УТВЕРЖДАЮ

Зам. директора по УВР

_______________Н. А. Шигина

 «____» _____________ 2014 г.

Задание 1. Перепишите предложения, раскрыв скобки и употребив глагол в соответствующей временной форме группы Indefinite Active и Passive. Переведите предложения.

She always (wear) dark spectacles. She (not see) very well.

Where she (go) last summer? – She (fly) to Italy.

The letter (send) tomorrow, so they (know) the news soon.

A large reception (organize) for the professor and about 200 eminent scientists (invite) to meet him that evening.

Задание 2. Перепишите данные предложения, употребив существительные во множественном числе и сделав соответствующие изменения.

This is a nice city.

The roof of this house was white.

Is that a goose or a hen?

There is a mouse in the cellar.

Задание 3. Перепишите предложения, употребив прилагательные в нужной степени сравнения. Переведите предложения.

London is (large) than Cardiff and much (noisy).

Which is (high) mountain in the world?

This text is (difficult) than the previous one.

He is (old) son in the family.

Задание 4. Перепишите предложения, подчеркнув в них местоимения. Укажите разряд местоимения. Переведите предложения.

Please tell me about your new friends.

He wrote the book about the famous Russian sportsmen.

Is there anybody in this room? I see nobody.

On the way home he fell down and hurt himself.

Задание 6. Перепишите и переведите текст:

Grammar schools

The 1grammar schools are for boys or girls or for both. They are day schools and the hours of instruction are similar to those at primary schools but the subjects are wider and more advanced: English (language and literature), mathematics, history (English and European), geography, natural science (chemistry and physics), ancient languages (Latin and Greek), modern languages (French, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian), commercial subjects (typewriting, shorthand, book-keeping and accounting), art, music, handwork and physical training.

Grammar schools have six classes called forms. The first form is the lowest class and the sixth is the highest. As a rule, the school is so arranged that each form consists of three parallel classes: class A specializing in arts (humanities), class B in science and class C in commerce. When boys and girls reach the age of sixteen they may sit for the 2general Certificate of Education, which as its name implies shows that the holder has received a general education and has reached certain standards in various subjects. There are indeed three standards of levels: ordinary, advances and scholarship. For many pupils the GCE of O-level marks end of their school career, they may go into some whitecollar profession. A small number of pupils remain at school for another two years and sit for the GCE of A-level, which is required by most universities and colleges of education.

In the last thirty years the most successful grammar schools have become much closer to the public schools in their view of education: they have become more preoccupied with getting their pupils to university, and particularly to Oxbridge. Since the end of the First World War the trickle of grammar-school boys to Oxbridge has turned into a flood: most of them without strong family connections or wealth, have known that their career depends on a university place, and both in intelligence and ambition they compete strongly with the public-school boys.

Most of the oldest, largest and most famous grammar schools are not state schools at all, but semi-dependent ones. These are 178 «directgrant» grammar schools, financed partly by fees and funds, partly by the Department of Education (the direct grant). They earn the grant by taking not less than a quarter and now as many as sixty per cent of their pupils are from the state system, the rest are fee-paying. They must have local government people on their boards of governors, but the local authorities cannot really interfere as they do with ordinary grammar school.

Grammar School – средняя грамматическая (гуманитарная) школа.

General Certificate of Education – аттестат зрелости.

Преподаватель _____________________ Жукова ВА



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