Демоверсия-2017 по английскому языку (ОГЭ)

Документы, определяющие содержание контрольных измерительных материалов основного государственного экзамена:
кодификаторы элементов содержания и требований к уровню подготовки обучающихся, освоивших основные общеобразовательные программы основного общего образования;
спецификации контрольных измерительных материалов для проведения основного государственного экзамена по общеобразовательным предметам обучающихся, освоивших основные общеобразовательные программы основного общего образования;
- демонстрационные варианты контрольных измерительных материалов для проведения основного государственного экзамена по общеобразовательным предметам обучающихся, освоивших основные общеобразовательные программы основного общего образования.

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Демонстрационный вариант контрольных измерительных материалов

для проведения в 2017 году основного государственного экзамена

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Говорение

Task 1. You are going to read the text aloud. You have 1.5 minutes to read the text silently, and then be ready to read it aloud. Remember that you will not have more than 2 minutes for reading aloud.

 The ninth planet of the solar system was discovered not long ago. It happened in 1930. Scientists had been hunting for the planet for a long time. They had calculated its probable position but there was no proof that the planet really existed. It was too far away for the telescopes of that time to find it. It’s worth mentioning that the first photos of the planet were taken by a very young researcher. He was only twenty-four and had no formal education in astronomy. However he was deeply involved in the search for the ninth planet. The planet at the edge of the solar system was called Pluto, after the Roman god. The name for the planet was suggested by an 11-year-old British girl.

Task 2. You are going to take part in a telephone survey. You have to answer six questions. Give full answers to the questions.

Remember that you have 40 seconds to answer each question.

 

Task 3. You are going to give a talk about photography. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes.

Remember to say:

  • why people like taking pictures
  • why taking photos is more popular today than it was in the past
  • what the best photo you have ever taken is

You have to talk continuously.

Аудирование

Вы два раза услышите четыре коротких диалога, обозначенных буквами А, B, C, D. Установите соответствие между диалогами и местами, где они происходят: к каждому диалогу подберите соответствующее место действия, обозначенное цифрами. Используйте каждое место действия из списка 1только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее место действия.

  
1. 

At an exhibition

2. 

In a library

3. 

In a shopping centre

4. 

In the cinema

5. 

In a classroom

 

Вы услышите разговор двух подростков. В заданиях 38 в поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.

The most difficult subject for Allan is

    1) 

Maths.

    2) 

French.

    3) 

History.

 

The language Cathy has NEVER learnt is

    1) 

Portuguese.

    2) 

Japanese.

    3) 

French.

 

Allan’s favourite film genre is

    1) 

thrillers.

    2) 

action films.

    3) 

comedies.

 

This Saturday Cathy is going to

    1) 

the seaside.

    2) 

the theatre.

    3) 

the stadium.

 

Cathy has recently been to

    1) 

a photo exhibition.

    2) 

a military museum.

    3) 

a technology show.

 

Вы два раза услышите пять высказываний, обозначенных буквами А, В, С, 
D, Е. Установите соответствие между высказываниями и утверждениями из следующего списка: к каждому высказыванию подберите соответствующее утверждение, обозначенное цифрами. Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.

  
1. 

The speaker talks about his/her favourite pastime.

2. 

The speaker explains why the place of his/her birth is a remarkable place.

3. 

The speaker describes his/her recent trip abroad.

4. 

The speaker asks for advice about the time to travel.

5. 

The speaker advises against visiting a place.

6. 

The speaker recommends some places worth visiting.

 

Next summer Allan is planning to go to

    1) 

Brazil.

    2) 

France.

    3) 

Poland.

 

Чтение 

Прочитайте тексты и установите соответствие между текстами АE и заголовками 16. Запишите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании есть один лишний заголовок.

 

1. 

Economy and industries

2. 

Food and drinks

3. 

Main cities

   
4. 

Leisure time

5. 

Population

6. 

Pages of history

A. 

Australia once had close ties with Great Britain. Until fifty years ago, almost all Australians were of British or Irish origin. But after World War II more than two million people arrived from Europe. New Australians, as they were known, were from Greece, Germany and Italy. Mass migration has changed Australia into a multicultural society. Today, people of Anglo-Irish origin are a minority. Many recent immigrants are from South East Asia, the Philippines and China .

B. 

Australia's prosperity has been founded on its natural resources. It produces almost every mineral from gold to uranium. Traditionally, Australia was a farming country and its wealth was founded on wool, cattle and wheat. It is still a major exporter of food, making it the breadbasket of Asia. Agriculture and mining, however, employ comparatively few people. Tourism is now Australia's largest industry, employing 6% of the population. More than three million visitors come to the country each year.

C. 

In spite of the importance of the bush to Australian folklore, 90% of Australians live in cities. Almost everyone lives within a few kilometres of the sea and of the ocean. The beaches are used in same way as parks: families have picnics, people of all ages jog, play volleyball, swim or just walk. There is great interest in water sports like water skiing, surfing, swimming and sailing. Every city has tennis courts, allowing half a million people play competitively.

 

D. 

The Dutch were the first Europeans to see Australia, in the early seventeenth century, but they found no opportunities to settle or trade. English explorer James Cook landed near Sydney 160 years later and claimed it for Britain. But still no one could think what to do with it. The American Revolution provided a solution. America had been used Australia as a dumping ground for criminals, mostly the unfortunate poor from cities created during the industrial revolution.

E. 

Australians used to live on a diet of lamb and potatoes. But with such a variety of climates and with so many ethic groups, the Australian diet has changed dramatically. Cities like Melbourne and Sydney are proud of their huge range of ethnic restaurants and multicultural cuisine, ranging from Italian to Tibetan. The barbecue is a national institution. It is an informal event for people and there is nothing more refreshing than a swim before eating fruit, fresh salads, and steaks.

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений 1017 соответствуют содержанию текста (1  True), какие не соответствуют (2  False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3  Not stated). В поле ответа запишите одну цифру, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа.

Christmas Tree Memories

My name is Ted. I grew up in the 50s, but my childhood memories are still alive. The most pleasant of them is the family Christmas tree. Besides my mum and dad, there were five children in the family. We all took part in decorating the Christmas tree, one way or another. It was a special time for me as dad took us for a trip to the winter forest.

The experience was special as only boys were allowed to go to the countryside to pick out the tree. At the age of five I felt proud to be in a man’s adventure. I remember walking through the forest with dad looking for the perfect, large tree. We had a tall ceiling in the living room, so a small tree did not look right there.

At the age of five, even a small tree seemed great to me. To measure a tree I raised my hands above my head and looked up. If I could reach the top of the tree I thought it was big enough. Dad, however, always chose the perfect tree very carefully.

Once he had made his choice, he took out an axe to cut down the tree. I wanted to help my dad and brothers, but they always told me to stand back. When the cutting began, I tried to hold the tree up. I was afraid the tree would fall on them and I felt strong enough to hold it.

After the tree was down we took it to the car and went back home. I don’t remember how we got that large tree through the door, but it was always right. Then dad got the tree to stand up and we could start the decorating. The tree, the boxes with decorations and a tall ladder took up the whole room.

All the family took part as mum gave everyone a task. I had to pass the decorations. What I liked best about the Christmas tree were the lights. When everybody else had left I stayed in the room and watched the lights travelling up and down the Christmas tree.

Dad had one more special job that day. Mum took her favourite ornament, a lighted angel, which she had got as a present from her family. Dad climbed up the ladder and fixed the angel at the top of the Christmas tree. When I looked at the angel, I thought Santa was close to my house.

Everyone, and the decorated shining tree, was ready to celebrate Christmas. It was so big that it nearly touched the ceiling. I felt I was a small part of a big adventure. The last few years we lived in that house the trips to the forest with dad ceased. We bought an artificial tree instead.

Ted’s family had a tradition of decorating the Christmas tree together.

    1) 

True

    2) 

False

    3) 

Not stated

 

When Ted’s father went to choose their Christmas tree, Ted stayed at home.

    1) 

True

    2) 

False

    3) 

Not stated

 

Ted’s family lived in a small town.

    1) 

True

    2) 

False

    3) 

Not stated

 

Ted’s father always chose a tall tree for Christmas.

    1) 

True

    2) 

False

    3) 

Not stated

 

Ted’s mother preferred the Christmas decorations created by her children.

    1) 

True

    2) 

False

    3) 

Not stated

 

A lighted angel was Ted’s favourite Christmas decoration.

    1) 

True

    2) 

False

    3) 

Not stated

 

There was a star on the top of the Christmas tree in Ted’s house.

    1) 

True

    2) 

False

    3) 

Not stated

 

Finally the family stopped having a live Christmas tree.

    1) 

True

    2) 

False

    3) 

Not stated

Письмо

You have 30 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your Englishspeaking pen friend, Ben.

… I enjoy travelling, and I travel a lot with my family.

…Do you like travelling, why? Where would you like to go? What is your favourite means of transport, why? ...

Write him a letter and answer his 3 questions.

Write 100120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.

Языковой материал

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 1826, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию 1826.

By today’s standards, my mobile phone is pretty basic. It’s a Nokia. It’s a small device that receives telephone calls and sends text messages. Other than that, my phone _________NOT/DO_________ much. Most of my friends wish they _________HAVE_________ smartphones because they are cool and trendy. They say the _________GOOD_________ thing about a smartphone is that you ‘can do everything with it!’ That’s right, smartphones have many more functions than a simple phone, however, not all of them are needed. In everyday life, smartphones _________USE_________ mainly for checking social networking sites, replying to emails, and playing games. Grown-ups as well as ________CHILD__________ like playing games. Anyway, I prefer my good old Nokia. It’s my ________ONE__________ mobile phone. When I bought it, it didn’t cost _________I_________ very much. And I am not afraid anyone will ever steal it.  It’s also very reliable. Yesterday I dropped it. It _________FLY_________ down the staircase and hit the wall. I thought that _________BE_________ the end of it and I would have to buy a new one. But nothing of the kind – it still works properly! 

By today’s standards, my mobile phone is pretty basic. It’s a Nokia. It’s a small device that receives telephone calls and sends text messages. Other than that, my phone __________________ much.

NOT/DO

 

 

Most of my friends wish they __________________ smartphones because they are cool and trendy.

HAVE

 

 

They say the __________________ thing about a smartphone is that you ‘can do everything with it!’

GOOD

 

 

That’s right, smartphones have many more functions than a simple phone, however, not all of them are needed. In everyday life, smartphones __________________ mainly for checking social networking sites, replying to emails, and playing games.

USE

 

 

Grown-ups as well as __________________ like playing games.

CHILD

 

 

Anyway, I prefer my good old Nokia. It’s my __________________ mobile phone.

ONE

 

 

When I bought it, it didn’t cost __________________ very much. And I am not afraid anyone will ever steal it.

I

 

 

It’s also very reliable. Yesterday I dropped it. It __________________ down the staircase and hit the wall.

FLY

 

 

I thought that __________________ the end of it and I would have to buy a new one. But nothing of the kind  it still works properly!

BE

CAPITALS

Moscow

Ottawa

London

Washington, DC

Wellington

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