Тест по английскому языку 10 класс Spotlight(Модуль 5)


MODULE 5
VARIANT 1
LISTENING
1 Match speakers 1-6 with statements A-G. Use the statements only once; there is one you do not need to use.
AThe speaker had difficulty finding accommodation.
BThe speaker was lucky with the weather.
CThe speaker lost something valuable.
DThe speaker had to change travel plans.
EThe speaker was unhappy with the food in the hotel.
FThe speaker got ill.
GThe speaker did a lot of sightseeing.
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Speaker 1 2 3 4 5 6
READING
2Match texts 1-7 with headings A-H. Use the headings only once. There is one you do not need to use.
A COOKING GLASS
B WALKING HOLIDAY
C LET CHANCE DECIDE
D DANGEROUS MEETING E HOME COMFORTS ON WHEELS
F FIND YOUR INNER SELF
G WORKING HOLIDAY OPPORTUNITY
H UNTOUCHED NATURAL BEAUTY
1A combination of accommodation and transport, a camper van is a great way to get around. You can spend your holiday at your own pace and enjoy some quality time with your family. As you are in charge of the driving, you can choose your own routes. But perhaps the best thing of all is having your own conveniences on board to make your trip easier.
2If you fancy the idea of getting away from the congestion in the city and would like to experience what life used to be like in the past, then come and join us at ‘River Farm’. We are an organic farm that does more than just grow vegetables! We also educate the population about the environment. We seek gardeners who are available this summer. Benefits include a weekly salary, private housing and a beautiful, relaxing environment.
3You will be met at Beijing International Airport by one of our representatives and taken to your accommodation. The following morning we will commence our journey to Simatai by luxury coach, where your adventure will begin. Please, make sure yoy have comfortable shoes as the Great Wall, like a great dragon, winds up and down!
4It was an unbelievable experience – the scenery so white and yet there were varieties of white I had never seen before. The giant icebergs we sailed past were almost close enough to touch; the penguins and seals ignored our presence and continued their usual business. And in the far distance I caught sight of a whale. Amazing!
5Inside the diving cage my knees began to shake. Then, as if out of nowhere, the great white shark appeared. Brought by the smell of the sardines, it circled near me, its razor-sharp teeth just centimetres away. Its powerful body shook the boat before it descended back into the depths of the ocean.
6Can you imagine going on a journey and not knowing where you are going to go? Perhaps you would like to take a risk or leave the decision to someone/something else? Then all you need is a dice. Throw it and decide where to turn – odd numbers mean turn left, even turn right. You never know what surprises lie ahead!
7Yoga is a journey of discovery where we learn to value ourselves and understand who we are. The practice of yoga is said to improve a person’s health and well-being. Its aim is to bring together our material, physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual levels so that we feel at peace with ourselves.
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Text 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Heading USE OF ENGLISH
Fill in the correct word from the list to form compound nouns; there is one you do not need to use.
agency card board repellent sick screen
3Put some of this insect ………. on – there are mosquitoes around here!
4I hate travelling by boat because I get sea ………. .
5Did you book the tickets on the Internet or at a travel ………. ?6To book tickets online you have to give your credit ………. number.
7It’s boiling hot today – don’t forget to put some sun ………. on!
Complete the sentences with the correct past form of the verb in brackets.
8 Jane ………. (watch) TV while I ………. (water) the plants.
9Ian ………. (ask) Tina out yesterday but she ……… (already/make) plans.
10Who ………. (you/talk) to on the phone when I ………. (come) in?
11Two days ago Yvonne ………. (return) the book I ………. (lend) her.
12Owen ………. (type) his essay when the computer ………. (crash).
Choose the correct answer A, B or C.
13How are you going to get ………. in the city?
A atB aroundC through
14How do you get ……… your classmates?
A on withB upC off
15 The underground is the most convenient form of ………. in the city.
A transferB transportC touring
16The salary is so small that there’s no way we can get ………. .
A onB byC around
17Jane rang the …….. agent’s to book her flights.
A touristB travelC transport
MODULE 5
VARIANT 2
LISTENING
1 Match speakers 1-6 with statements A-G. Use the statements only once; there is one you do not need to use.
AThe speaker had difficulty finding accommodation.
BThe speaker had to change travel plans.
CThe speaker lost something valuable.
DThe speaker was lucky with the weather.
EThe speaker was unhappy with the food in the hotel.
FThe speaker got ill.
GThe speaker did a lot of sightseeing.
1
Speaker 1 2 3 4 5 6
READING
2Match texts 1-7 with headings A-H. Use the headings only once. There is one you do not need to use.
A PLACES TO STAY IN
B ARTS AND CULTURE
C NEW COUNTRY IMAGE
D GOING OUT E DIFFERENT LANDSCAPES
F TRANSPORT SYSTEM
G NATIONAL LANGUAGES
H EATING OUT

1Belgium has always had a lot more than the faceless administrative buildings that you
can see in the outskirts of its capital, Brussels. A number of beautiful historic cities
and Brussels itself offer impressive architecture, lively nightlife, first-rate restaurants
and numerous other attractions for visitors. Today, the old-fashioned idea of 'boring
Belgium' has been well and truly forgotten, as more and more people discover its very
individual charms for themselves.
2Nature in Belgium is varied. The rivers and hills of the Ardennes in the southeast
contrast sharply with the rolling plains which make up much of the northern and
western countryside. The most notable features are the great forest near the frontier
with Germany and Luxembourg and the wide, sandy beaches of the northern coast.
3It is easy both to enter and to travel around pocket-sized Belgium which is divided
into the Dutch-speaking north and the French-speaking south. Officially the Belgians
speak Dutch, French and German. Dutch is slightly more widely spoken than French,
and German is spoken the least. The Belgians, living in the north, will often prefer to
answer visitors in English rather than French, even if the visitor's French is good.
4Belgium has a wide range of hotels from 5-star luxury to small family pensions and
inns. In some regions of the country, farm holidays are available. There visitors can
(for a small cost) participate in the daily work of the farm. There are plenty of
opportunities to rent furnished villas, flats, rooms, or bungalows for a holiday period.
These holiday houses and flats are comfortable and well-equipped.
5The Belgian style of cooking is similar to French, based on meat and seafood. Each
region in Belgium has its own special dish. Butter, cream, beer and wine are
generously used in cooking. The Belgians are keen on their food, and the country is
very well supplied with excellent restaurants to suit all budgets. The perfect evening out
here involves a delicious meal, and the restaurants and cafes are busy at all times of the
week.
6As well as being one of the best cities in the world for eating out (both for its high quality
and range), Brussels has a very active and varied nightlife. It has 10 theatres which
produce plays in both Dutch and French. There are also dozens of cinemas, numerous
discos and many night-time cafes in Brussels. Elsewhere, the nightlife choices depend
on the size of the town, but there is no shortage of fun to be had in any of the major
cities.
7There is a good system of underground trains, trams and buses in all the major towns
and cities. In addition, Belgium's waterways offer a pleasant way to enjoy the country.
Visitors can take a one-hour cruise around the canals of Bruges (sometimes described as
the Venice of the North) or an extended cruise along the rivers and canals linking the
major cities of Belgium and the Netherlands.
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Text 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Heading USE OF ENGLISH
Fill in the correct word from the list to form compound nouns; there is one you do not need to use.
agent’s man cheques card sickness dryer 3I need to buy a new hair……..; the old one is broken.
4He’s got great manners; he’s such a gentle………. .
5I don’t travel well – I suffer from travel ………. .
6You can pay by cash or credit ………. .
7Can you pick up my tickets from the travel ………., please?
Complete the sentences with the correct past form of the verb in brackets.

8 Yesterday evening I ………. (not meet) my friends until after I ………. (finish) my homework.
9James ……… (paint) the house for hours before he ………. (take) a break.
10Dina ………. (work) on the computer for three hours before she …………. (start) getting ready to go out.
11We ……….. (wander) around the town when we ………. (go) into Mary.
12She ……….. (wait) for two hours before she ………. (leave).
Choose the correct answer A, B or C.
13I don’t get …….. Brian. I don’t like his attitude.
A on withB aroundC by
14It’s difficult for people in wheelchairs to get ………. this part of town.
A inB offC around
15 It’s not very far. Let’s go …….. foot.
A byB onC in
16I don’t know how you can get ………. on such a low salary.
A offB byC around
17We are going ………. holiday at the end of July.
A atB toC on


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