МЕТОДИЧЕСКИЕ УКАЗАНИЯ ПО ВЫПОЛНЕНИЮ КОНТРОЛЬНЫХ РАБОТ по дисциплине ОГСЭ.03 Иностранный язык (английский) для студентов заочной формы обучения по специальности 35.02.16 Эксплуатация и ремонт сельскохозяйственной техники и оборудования
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Настоящие методические указания и варианты домашних контрольных работ составлены в соответствии с действующей учебной программой, предусматривающей самостоятельное изучение студентами заочного отделения лексического и грамматического материала, совершенствование навыков чтения и перевода со словарем текстов, обогащение словарного запаса и приобретение элементарных навыков устной речи.

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МЕТОДИЧЕСКИЕ УКАЗАНИЯ

ПО ВЫПОЛНЕНИЮ КОНТРОЛЬНЫХ РАБОТ

 

по дисциплине ОГСЭ.03 Иностранный язык (английский)

для студентов заочной формы обучения

по специальности 35.02.16 Эксплуатация и ремонт сельскохозяйственной техники и оборудования

СОДЕРЖАНИЕ

1. Пояснительная записка………………………………………………………..3

2. .Методические рекомендации по оформлению и выполнению контрольной работы студентами ………………………………………………………………4

3. Задания контрольных работ по вариантам

3. 1 Контрольная работа №1……………………………………………………6

3. 2 Контрольная работа №2……………………………………………………9

3.3 Контрольная работа №3……………………………………………………14

4. Перечень литературы………………………………………………………17

5. Приложение…………………………………………………………………19


1. Пояснительная записка

       

Настоящие методические указания и варианты домашних контрольных работ составлены в соответствии с действующей учебной программой, предусматривающей самостоятельное изучение студентами заочного отделения лексического и грамматического материала, совершенствование навыков чтения и перевода со словарем текстов, обогащение словарного запаса и приобретение элементарных навыков устной речи.

        Студенты, изучающие английский язык на заочном отделении, должны выполнить домашние контрольные работы и сдать дифференцированный зачет.

        Контрольная работа выполняется в отдельной тетради, четко, грамотно, разборчиво. Для замечаний рецензента следует оставлять широкие поля.

Контрольная работа должна содержать список используемой литературы. В конце работы ставится дата и подпись студента.

       Прежде чем приступить к выполнению контрольной работы:

- повторите грамматический материал;

- выучите наизусть слова и словосочетания, которые даны после текста;

- прочитайте текст, постарайтесь понять общее содержание текста, затем проанализируйте каждое предложение;

- заучите наизусть 3 формы неправильных глаголов.

       Получив проверенную контрольную работу, внимательно прочитайте рецензию, проанализируйте свои ошибки (если они есть). Отредактируйте перевод текста, если он в этом нуждается. Проработайте еще раз учебный материал. Работать над ошибками следует в той же тетради.       Отрецензированные контрольные работы необходимо сохранять, так как они являются учебными документами.

2.Методические рекомендации по оформлению и выполнению

контрольной работы студентами

     За курс обучения английскому языку студент должен выполнить  контрольную работу. Контрольная работа дается в трех вариантах. Студент должен выполнить один из предложенных преподавателем вариантов.

1. Контрольные работы выполняются письменно в отдельной тетради. На титульном листе тетради следует указать фамилию, инициалы, номер группы, номер контрольной работы и вариант.

2. Задания следует выполнять в той последовательности, в которой они даны в настоящем пособии. Работа должна быть написана аккуратно, четким почерком и иметь поля для замечаний рецензента.

   Если контрольная работа выполнена не в соответствии с указаниями или не полностью, она возвращается студенту для проверки

         Целью выполнения заданий является закрепление и углубление знаний, полученных студентами в ходе обучения. Общий объем заданий не должен превышать 5-7 печатных страниц.  Контрольная работа  предлагается в 3 вариантах. Номер варианта выбирается по первой букве фамилии студента  по  таблице:

Буква

Номера вариантов

Задание 1

А, Л ,Х Б, М, Ц И, Е, З,

1

В, Н, Ч Г, О, У Я Р, Т, Ф

2

Д, П, Ш Ж, С,Э, К, Щ, Ю

3

          При выполнении контрольной работы следует соблюдать следующие требования:

Контрольную работу следует выполнять в отдельной тетради. На обложке тетради напишите свою фамилию, инициалы, группу, номер контрольной работы.Выполнение контрольной работы является обязательным условием для получения допуска к зачету (экзамену) по изученным дисциплинам. Контрольная работа может быть выполнена печатным или рукописным способом.

При печатном способе формат текста:Word for Windows, формат страницы А4, через полтора интервала. Шрифт: кегль – 14, тип  - Times New Roman.

Пример оформления титульного листа показан в приложении А.

Титульный лист печатной работы в файл не вставляется.

При рукописном способе контрольная работа выполняется чернилами черного или синего цвета в ученической тетради без обложки.

Сокращения слов не допускается. Работа должна соответствовать нормам стилистики и грамматике русского языка.

При выполнении контрольной работы студенту необходимо составить план, который должен быть отражен на втором листе. Работа должна завершаться списком используемой литературы.

Срок сдачи готовой контрольной работы определяется графиком учебного процесса.

Все контрольные задания, предусмотренные планом, следует выполнять в отдельной тетради

1. На титульном листе необходимо указать факультет, курс, номер группы, фамилию, имя, отчество.

2. Контрольные задания следует выполнять  с соблюдением полей, оставленных для замечаний и указаний преподавателя.

3. Необходимо строго соблюдать последовательность выполнения заданий.

4. Выполнять задания следует четким, разборчивым почерком.

5. Все грамматические задания выполняются письменно.

6. В конце работы необходимо поставить свою личную подпись.

 7. Контрольная работа проверяется и оценивается на занятии. Ее выполнение и успешная защита является одним из условий получения зачета. Под защитой подразумевается хорошее знание материала выполненной контрольной работы

 

   Формулировка заданий  контрольной работы №1  

       1.Прочитайте текст и сделайте перевод

2.Ответить на вопросы

3. Выбрать правильный вариант ответа

4. Ставьте артикли  "a”, “an” or" the " , где необходимо

Формулировка заданий  контрольной работы №2

       1.Прочитайте текст и сделайте перевод

2.Ответить на вопросы

3. Дополнить предложения         

4.Выберите правильный вариант ответов

5. Верно или не верно

Формулировка заданий  контрольной работы №3

1.Перепишите   следующие   предложения,   вставьте   артикли   там,   где   необходимо   и переведите предложения на русский язык.

2.Образуйте множественное число существительных.

      3.        Перепишите предложения. Определите видовременные формы глаголов. Укажите их  инфинитив и переведите предложения на русский язык.

4.Перепишите следующие предложения, поставив прилагательные в скобках в нужной  степени и переведите предложения на русский язык.

5. Прочитать текст и сделать перевод

6.Ответить на вопросы

Время выполнения контрольных работ английскому языку 90 минут.

Рекомендации по выполнению задания по чтению и переводу текста профессиональной  направленности.

Этапы работы:

1.        Полностью прочитать текст и уяснить его смысл.

2.        Повторно прочитать текст с использованием рабочих источников информации.

3.        Сделать черновой перевод, работая последовательно над логически выделенными частями текста.

4.        Отредактировать получившийся текст, обращая внимание на смысл, стиль, единообразие и логику изложения.

Выполняя технический перевод, стоит помнить, что:

•        если мысль можно выразить по-разному, надо выбирать самый простой и лаконичный вариант;

3. Задания контрольных работ по вариантам

                                                      3. 1 Контрольная работа №1

ВАРИАНТ 1

I. Read and translate

SPORT IN BRITAIN

Sports play an important part in the life of the English people. All sports are very popular among them. The British are proud that many sports originated in their country and then spread throughout the world. The national British sports are: football, golf, cricket, table tennis, lawn tennis, snooker, steeplechase, racing, darts.

Football the most popular game in the world is of two kinds in Britain: association football (soccer) and rugby. Soccer played almost in all countries remains one of the most popular games in Great Britain. Rugby football originated at Rugby public school. In this game players may carry the ball. Rugby is played by teams of 15 men with an oval ball.

Golf, one of the popular sports in Britain, originated in Scotland.

Englishmen are fond of cricket. Cricket is played in schools, colleges, universities. Test matches with other countries are held regularly. The game is very slow.

Table tennis was invented in England in 1880. But the British players are not lucky in tennis international championships.

Wimbledon is known world-wide as the centre of lawn tennis. Wimbledon championships begin on the nearest Monday to June 22, when the weather is fine. The Championships are watched on TV live and at full length by millions of people.

Steeplechase, a cross country running, is popular in European countries. The first cross country race took place in 1837.

Englishmen like all kinds of racing. Horse-racing, motor-car racing, boat-racing, dog-racing, donkey-racing are very popular in England. The most famous boat race in England is between Oxford and Cambridge. It first started in 1820 and has been held almost every spring since 1836. A lot of people come to watch it.

 

II..Can you answer the following questions?

1. What kinds of football are there in Great Britain?

2. What is one of the most popular sports in Britain? Where did it originate?

3. What is the second most popular sporting activity in England?

4. What is Wimbledon famous for?

5.What kinds of racing do you know?

6. What is the most famous race in England? When and where was it first held?

III.Choose the correct words

1. Look at our timetable! There are    a lot of new ….

   a) books              b) papers             c) subjects               d) textbooks

2. All students …  a school uniform..

   a) get                  b) make                c) wear                   d) went      

 3. How many times do pupils … their holidays?

    a) have               b) leave                c)  give                    d) get

4. Pupils … poems, songs and dialogues by heart.

  a) study             b) get                    c)  learn                   d) read

5. How many …  do you learn at school?

   a) foreign newspapers        b) foreign books     c) foreign languages    d) foreign texts    

 

I V. Put the article "a”, “an” or" the " where necessary.
1. I like … chocolate and … sweets.
2. Does he listen to … jazz music in … evenings?
3. … bus over there is moving too fast.
4. There is … oval carpet on … floor.
5. I had … lunch in … café. … café was quite nice.
6. I’d like … cup of … coffee with … sugar and … milk.
7. … David can play … guitar but he can’t play … golf.
8. She bought … new pair of shoes.
9. Is there … bookstore near here?
10. Helen has got … parrot. – What’s … parrot’s name?
                                             

ВАРИАНТ 2

 I. Read and translate

Olympic Games

The world's greatest international sports games are known as the Olympic Games.

The Olympic idea means friendship, fraternity and cooperation among the people of the world. The Olympic Movement proves that real peace can be achieved through sport.

The Olympic emblem is five interlinked rings: blue, yellow, black, green and red. Any national flag contains at least one of these colours.

The original Olympic Games began in ancient Greece in 776 B.C. These games were part of a festival held every fourth year in honour of God Zeus at the place called Olympia. It was a great athletic festival, including competitions in wrestling, foot racing and chariot racing, rowing and others.

The games were for men only. Greek women were forbidden not only to participate but also to watch the Olympics.

The first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens in 1896. Then they were resumed in London after the Second World War. Since then the Olympics are held every fourth year in different countries.

The ancient Greeks had no winter sports. Only in 1924 the first Winter Olympic Games were held in France. Now they are being held regularly.

 

II. Read the text again and answer the questions:

1. What are the world's greatest sports games?
2. What does the Olympic idea mean?
3. What is the Olympic emblem?
4. Why have these colours been chosen?
5. When and where did the original Olympic Games begin?
6. Did women participate in the games?
7. When were the first modern Olympic Games held? Where?
8. Are the Olympics held in the same place?
9. When did the Winter Olympic Games start being held? Where?

III.Choose the correct words

1. Look at our blackboard. There are    a lot of new ….

   a) books              b) papers             c)pictures             d) textbooks

2. All students …  a school uniform..

   a) get                  b) make                c) wear                   d) went      

 3. How many times do pupils … their holidays?

    a) have               b) leave                c)  give                    d) get

4. Pupils … poems, songs and dialogues by heart.

  a) study             b) get                    c)  learn                   d) read

5. How many …  do you learn at school?

   a) foreign newspapers        b) foreign books     c) foreign languages    d) foreign texts    

 IV.Put the article "a”, “an” or" the " where necessary.

1. Helen has got … parrot. – What’s … parrot’s name?
2. We are going to … beach by … car on … Friday.
3. … weather is nasty today and … sky is gloomy.
4. On … 14th of February … lot of people celebrate … St.Valentine’s Day.
5. My … teacher’s name is … Robert.
6. Do you remember … woman we saw last week?
7.. My son is … schoolboy, he goes to … school in … Manchester.
8.. Can you pass me … mustard, please?
9. People can’t live on … moon.
10. I really enjoyed … book you gave me.
11. What’s … longest river in … Russia? – I don’t know. I’m not good at … geography.

ВАРИАНТ 3

 I. Read and translate

Welcome to Russia

Every year millions of tourists visit Russia. There are many different reasons for travelling to Russia. First of all, it is the largest country in the world. Secondly, it is full of historical, architectural and natural wonders. Thirdly, Russia is a hospitable country, where visitors can easily feel at home. According to national tradition guests are always welcomed with bread and salt.

With the population over 140 million people, Russia spans eleven time zones and two continents. The culture of the country contains western and eastern features. A visit to Russia can become a fascinating adventure.

The cities that one should definitely visit include Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Sochi, Rostov-on-Don, and, of course, the “Golden Ring” towns. These places will help to learn more about rich Russian history. There are lots of museums, art galleries, historical monuments, ancient cathedrals, palaces of the czars.

Apart from that, there are unique landscapes, endless forests, several mountain ranges and crystal-clear water reservoirs. Everyone can find something enjoyable to do in Russia.

People, who like beach vacation, can visit the Black sea coast.

People, who are fond of old architecture, prefer spending time in such cities as Vladimir, Suzdal, Murom, Ivanovo.

Those, who like picturesque views, chose to visit Altai. To understand better the nature of Russian nation one should know its festivals and celebrations. One of the most favourite holidays in the country is Shrovetide, Maslenitsa in Russian. On this day people bake lots of pancakes and treat each other.

 

II. Read the text again and ask is statement TRUE (T) or False (F):

1.There aren't many different reasons for travelling to Russia.

 2.Russia is the hospitable country where according to tradition, guests are welcomed with bread and salt.

3.The most popular cities in Russia for tourism include only Moscow, St. Petersburg and the «Golden Ring».

4.The tourists who are interested in architecture have to visit such cities as Suzdal and Vladimir.

5.Those, who like picturesque views, chose to visit Altai.

                                                             

III.Choose the correct words

1. Look at our timetable! There are    a lot of new ….

   a) books              b) papers             c) subjects               d) textbooks

2. All students …  a school uniform..

   a) get                  b) make                c) wear                   d) went      

 3. How many times do pupils … their holidays?

    a) have               b) leave                c)  give                    d) get

4. Pupils … poems, songs and dialogues by heart.

  a) study             b) get                    c)  learn                   d) read

5. How many …  do you learn at school?

   a) foreign newspapers        b) foreign books     c) foreign languages    d) foreign texts    

 

I V. Put the article "a”, “an” or" the " where necessary.

1. What’s … longest river in … Russia? – I don’t know. I’m not good at … geography.
2. Look! … cheese costs 50 $ … kilo.
3. This is … second day of our trip.
4. … carrots are good for your … eyes.
5. … euro is stronger than … dollar today.
6. Diana has … sore throat. … throat makes it hard to talk.
7. You should turn … left and go straight.
8. … Jacksons live next door to us.
9. We are meeting … tomorrow at … noon.
10. I saw … elephant at … zoo.
11. … battery in … my smartphone is dead.

 

3. 2 Контрольная работа №2

ВАРИАНТ 1

 THE CAPITAL OF OUR COUNTRY — MOSCOW

I. Read and translate

Moscow is the capital of Russia. It is the main economic, political, educational and cultural centre of our country.

In Moscow there are most important state institutions. The Parliament and the Government of Russia are seated here as well as the President.

Moscow is a modern mega polis. With over 10 million people it is one of the most populated in the world. It is also one of the largest with the surface of 880 sq km.

Moscow has a long history. It was founded over 800 years ago by Grand Duke Yury Dolgoruki in 1147. In the beginning it was a rather unimportant town, but year after year it grew into a significant city when, finally, in the 16th century it became the capital of the country. For the period from 1712 to 1917 the capital was moved to St Petersburg.

Moscow is situated on the Moskva river, which flows through the whole city.  

The heart of the city, the Kremlin, is the city inside the city. It was built in the 12th century. There are many churches and museums inside the Kremlin as well as various governmental institutions. The Kremlin is a real masterpiece of architecture.

On the territory of the Kremlin there are the Tsar-cannon and the Tsar-bell which have never been actually used.

There are also many museums and galleries in Moscow holding masterpieces of fine arts.

In Moscow, there are many theatres of world level.

Moscow is also a scientific city. Moscow State University is the oldest and the most important in Russia. It was founded by famous Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov in 18th century.

Moscow is a magnificent city.

II. Answer the following questions:

  1. What is the capital of Russia?
  2. How large is the population of Moscow?
  3. When Moscow was founded?
  4. By whom Moscow was founded?
  5. When the Kremlin was build?
  6. When Moscow did become the capital of Russia?
  7. What can you see on the territory of the Kremlin?

III. Complete the following sentences:

  1. Moscow is the main …., …., …. and ….. centre of our country.
  2. Moscow is a modern …..
  3. For the period from …. to ….. the capital was moved to …...
  4. Moscow is situated on the ….
  5. The heart of the city is ……

6.The Kremlin is a real …. of …...

  1. 7.Moscow State University was founded by …. … in …..

IV. Choose the correct variant:

1.Moscow was founded over ….. years ago.

 а. 700                                b. 800                                c. 600

2.Moscow is also one of the largest with the surface of …. sq km.

 а. 790                                b. 870                                c. 880

3.Moscow State University is …. in Russia.

а. the most important        b. more important                c. much important

4.The Parliament and the Government of Russia are seated in Moscow as well as the …...

                  а. Prime-minister                b. President                        c. State Duma

5.The heart of the city, the Kremlin, is the city ….. the city.

                 а. Inside                        b. outside                        c. round

6.Moscow State University was founded by famous Russian ….

                 а.  architect                         b. scientist                        c. engineer

7.Moscow is one of the most populated in the world.

             a.much populated                b. more populated                c. the most populated

V. Say true or false:

  1. In the beginning Moscow was a rather unimportant town.
  2. Moscow stands on the Lena river.
  3. The heart of the city is Moscow State University.
  4. There are many theatres of world level in Moscow.
  5. On the territory of the Kremlin there are many theatres.

ВАРИАНТ 2

I. Read the text and translate

LONDON

 

As we know London is the capital of Great Britain. It is situated on the river Thames. It is an ancient city. It appeared at the place where the Roman invaders decided to build a bridge over the Thames. Today London is an important port and a trading centre. It is quite clear that London is an industrial and cultural centre of Great Britain. It has the population of more than 8 million people.

People say that London is the city of contrasts. Because there the past meets the present, the old meets the new.

There are four parts in London: West End, East End, the City and Westminster. West End is the richest part, East End is the part where working people live, the City is the financial centre. The City is small, but it is an important commercial centre of the country. The Tower of London, St Paul’s Cathedral are situated in the City. Here we can find the Fleet Street, where newspapers and news agencies have their officies.

Trafalgar Square is known as the centre of London. There is the Nelson Column in its centre. The Houses of Parliament are situated there too. At one side of it we can see the famous Big Ben, the Thames is behind it with the Westminster Bridge. The Westminster Abbey is noted for its architecture. Kings and queens have been crowned there and many famous people were buried there. Tourists come to see its beauty and have a look at the memorials to Shakespeare, Milton, Bums, Byron.

As mentioned above London is a port city, its waterways play an important role for the country.

Every year many visitors come to London, because there are places worth seeing. Historic buildings, museums, parks, galleries, streets are really attractive.

II. Read the text again and answer the questions:

1. Where is London situated?

2. What is the population of London?

3. Why is London important for the country?

4. What are the parts of London?

5. What is there in the City?

6. What is there in the centre of London?

7. What is Westminster Abbey famous for?

III. Complete the following sentences:

1.London is ……..on the river Thames

2.It is………centre of Great Britain.

3. There are …. parts in London: ……

4. …….are situated in the City

5. The famous Big Ben is …

6. The Thames is….

7. A lot of travelers visit London because…

IV. Choose the correct variant:

1. London is the capital of ....

a) the USA     b) the Netherlands        c) the Republic of Ireland         d) the UK

2. There are ….parts in London

a) five              b) fifty                         c) fifteen                 d) four

3.   The most famous clock in London and in the UK is ....

a) Big Ben        b) Big John       c) Big Brother         d) Little Ben

4. Kings and queens have been crowned there

  a)The Westminster Abbey b) The Houses of Parliament c) the Westminster Bridge  d)the Nelson Column

5.  Where does the Queen stay when she is in London?

a) in Buckingham Palace b) in the Tower of London c) in Westminster Palace d) in Clarence House

6. What are the Houses of Parliament famous for?

a) The country's leaders speak there. b) Princess Diana lived there.

c) The queen lives there.                        d) It is the biggest house in London.

7. London is situated.on ..

a) the river Volga b) the river Thames  c) the mountain   d) the plain

V. Say true or false:

1. London is a modern city.

2. It is clear that London is an industrial and cultural centre of Great Britain.

3.People say that London is the city of contrasts. Because there the past meets the new, the old meets the present.

4. The Houses of Parliament is known as the centre of London.

5. The memorials to Shakespeare, Milton, Bums, Byron are really attractive

ВАРИАНТ 3

I. Read the text and translate

Scientific and Technological Progress

It's difficult to overestimate the role of science and technology in our life. Scientists investigate the laws of the universe, discover the secrets of nature, and apply their knowledge in practice improving the life of people. Let's compare our life nowadays with the life of people at the beginning of the 20th century. It has changed beyond recognition. Our ancestors hadn't the slightest idea of the trivial things created by the scientific progress that we use in our every day life. I mean refrigerators, TV sets, computers, microwave ovens, radio telephones, what not. They would seem miracles to them that made our life easy, comfortable and pleasant. On the other hand, the great inventions of the beginning of the 20th century, I mean radio, airplanes, combustion and jet engines have become usual things and we can't imagine our life without them. A century is a long period for scientific and technological progress, as it's rather rapid. Millions of investigations the endless number of outstanding discoveries have been made. Our century has had several names that were connected with a certain era in science and technology. At first it was called the atomic age due to the discovery of the splitting of the atom. Then it became the age of the conquest of space when for the first time in the history of mankind a man overcame the gravity and entered the Universe. And now we live in the information era when the computer network embraces the globe and connects not only the countries and space stations but a lot of people all over the world. All these things prove the power and the greatest progressive role of science in our life.

 II. Read the text again and answer the questions:

 1. What do scientists do?

2. Has our life changed beyond recognition?

3. What kind of the great inventions of the beginning of the 20th century do you know?

4. Is a century a long period for scientific and technological progress?

5. Does the computer network embrace the globe now?

III. Complete the following sentences

1.It's difficult to overestimate the role of _____________________ in our life It's difficult to overestimate the role of science and technology in our life.

2.It has changed beyond recognition. Our ancestors hadn't the slightest idea of the trivial things created by the scientific progress that we use in our every day life. I mean refrigerators,________________________ , what not.

3.Our century has had several names that were connected with a certain era in science and technology. At first it was called the atomic age due to the____________________. Then it became the age of the conquest of space when for the first time in the history of mankind a man overcame the gravity and entered the Universe.

IV. Choose the correct variant:

1…..investigate the laws of the universe, discover the secrets of nature, and apply their knowledge in practice improving the life of people.

a) teachers     b)scientists        c) inventors                      d) artists

2.   We use in our every day life  

a) radio telephones   b) TV sets    c)  stove                 d) fireplace

3. The great inventions of the beginning of the 20th century

a) airplanes        b) radio telephones   c) TV sets              d) mobile phone

4. A century is a…. period for scientific and technological progress

a) short         b)long                c) interesting   d) not interesting

5.  And now we live in the information era when ….embraces the globe

a) the computer b) radio       c) TV set         d) refrigerator

V. Say true or false: 

1. London is a modern city.

2. It is clear that London is an industrial and cultural centre of Great Britain.

3.People say that London is the city of contrasts. Because there the past meets the new, the old meets the present.

4. The Houses of Parliament is known as the centre of London.

5. The memorials to Shakespeare, Milton, Bums, Byron are really attractive

3. 3.Контрольная работа №3

ВАРИАНТ 1

1.        Перепишите   следующие   предложения,   вставьте   артикли   там,   где   необходимо   и переведите предложения на русский язык.

  1. ... First lesson is Maths.
  2. There is ... forest near the village.
  3. I am free on ... Sunday.
  4. This Ocean is ... largest one.

2.        Образуйте множественное число существительных.

Family        Life        Fox

Cliff        Cargo        Man

Child        Piano        Friend

      3.        Перепишите предложения. Определите видовременные формы глаголов. Укажите их  инфинитив и переведите предложения на русский язык.

  1. I shall arrive in London the day after tomorrow.
  2. Nick usually gets up very early.
  3. My friend chose this book for his report.

4.        Перепишите следующие предложения, поставив прилагательные в скобках в нужной  степени и переведите предложения на русский язык.

  1. She is the (good) student in the group.
  2. The goods in this shop are (expensive) than in any others shops.
  3. Ben Nevis is the (high) mountain in Scotland.

5. Прочтите и переведите текст (письменно).

PLANET EARTH — OUR COMMON HOME

Ecology is a science which is concerned with the interrelations of organisms and their environment, that is with everything that surrounds them.

The ecologists are faced with a lot of problems in the modern world – the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, the soil we stand on, the great projects we construct...

There are about 6 billion people in the world at present. The population is growing very fast and scientists believe that in a few decades it will be too big for the earth to support.

The Earth is being constantly damaged in different ways. Speaking about the growth of population we have to admit the increase of industries and their harmful effects on the environment – the pollution of air from choking factory chimneys and the pollution of water because of industrial wastes.

Among the other serious problems which our planet is facing are: the increasing consumption of energy and water, the pollution of air by car exhausts, the increasing hole in the atmospheric ozone layer, the rivers that are poisoned with industrial and agricultural chemicals, the forests that are felled and vast forest territories that are devastated by fire and acid rains.

6.What should be done to change the situation for the better?

  • We must change people’s attitude towards the environment.
  • We should stop the pollution of the air and water.
  • We must save more energy and water and try to use other sources of energy (solar and tidal energy of the wind, subterranean hot waters, etc).
  • We must protect the ozone layer from harmful industrial products.
  • We should prevent animals from extinction.

ВАРИАНТ 2

1.        Перепишите   следующие   предложения,   вставьте   артикли   там,   где   необходимо   и переведите предложения на русский язык.

 a) My friend’s name is ... John.

  1. . . . Thames is ... largest river of Great Britain.
  2. We live on ... third floor.
  3. What ... small girl!

2.        Образуйте множественное число существительных.

Strawberry        Photo        Person

Law        Wife        Book

Potato        Roof        Dress

3.        Перепишите предложения. Определите видовременные формы глаголов. Укажите их инфинитив и переведите предложения на русский язык.

  1. They made great discoveries in the field of Physics and Chemistry.
  2. I usually wash my face and hands with cold water.
  3. Some of them will go to Brighton one of these days.

4.        Перепишите следующие предложения, поставив прилагательные в скобках в нужной  степени и переведите предложения на русский язык.

  1. Lena is the (good) student in the group.
  2. This seat is the (comfortable) in the theatre.
  3. This flower is (beautiful) than that one.

5. Переведите текст

Living in the City.

Living in the city has both advantages and disadvantages. From one hand, it is always easier to find a good job or to visit interesting places and exhibitions. There is also a good choice of public transport. From the other hand, the noise and pollution level in big cities is really high. As for me, I quickly become tired of it. I live in Krasnodar with my family. It’s the biggest city in Krasnodar region and its capital. It is also the cultural, political and social center of the region. I should say that the city is really beautiful and many people from smaller towns and villages come to work and study here. What they like about the city is that there are lots of interesting things to do and places to see. They also like job and study opportunities. There are lots of good universities and large companies in Krasnodar. There are also many ways to spend the weekends, for example, visiting a museum, going to the cinema or theatre, shopping, eating in good restaurants, going to concerts, etc. If people want to relax they go to parks for a walk or to read a book. In general, the city offers various opportunities and you never get bored. However, there are some disadvantages as well. Sometimes it’s difficult to find a cheap apartment, so living in a city becomes very expensive. The roads are full of cars which pollute the air and the traffic is really heavy on weekdays. Public transport is also over-crowded. That’s why many people leave the city at weekends. They try to relax in the countryside, where the air is much fresher and there isn’t any noise from cars. We also go away each Saturday and Sunday to visit my grandparents.

6. Ответьте на вопросы

1.Are there many universities in the city?

2.Is public transport over-crowded in the city?

3.What choice we do we have in the city?

ВАРИАНТ 3

1.        Перепишите   следующие   предложения,   вставьте   артикли   там,   где   необходимо   и
переведите предложения на русский язык.

  1. This ocean is ... largest in ... world.
  2. What... blue sea!
  3. ... Mr. White is a manager of this firm.
  4. I went to ... Murmansk by ... plane.

2.        Образуйте множественное число существительных.

Foot        Wife        Magazine

Chief        Tomato        Mouse

Glass        Stamp        Window

3.        Перепишите предложения. Определите видовременные формы глаголов. Укажите их инфинитив и переведите предложения на русский язык.

  1. They will open the cafeteria next week.
  2. Ann takes a shower in the morning.
  3. Edward came home for the holidays.

4.        Перепишите следующие предложения, поставив прилагательные в скобках в нужной  степени и переведите предложения на русский язык.

  1. In summer my room is (cool) than the other rooms.
  2. The new bridge is (long) than the old one.
  3. He is the (good) worker at our works.

5. Прочитайте и переведите текст(письменно).

A GREAT INVENTION OF A GREAT SCIENTIST

Radio occupies one of the leading places among the greatest achievements of modern engineering. It was invented by Professor A. S. Popov, the talented Russian scientist, who demonstrated the first radio-receiving set in the world on May 7, 1895. And it is on this day that we mark the anniversary of the radio.

By this invention Popov made a priceless contribution to the development of the world science.

Nearly at the same time an Italian inventor G. Marconi, who moved to Great Britain in 1896, got an English patent on using electromagnetic waves for communication without wires. As A.S. Popov had not patented his invention by that time yet, the world considered Marconi to be the inventor of the radio. But in our country it is A.S. Popov, who we by right call the inventor of radio.

A.S. Popov was born in the Urals on March 16, 1859. For some years he had been studying at the seminary in Perm and then went to the University of St. Petersburg. In his student days he worked as a mechanic at one of the first electric power-plants in St. Petersburg which was producing electric lights for Nevsky prospect.                                

After graduating from the University in 1882, A.S. Popov remained there as a post-graduate at the Physics Department. A year later he became a lecturer on Physics and Electrical Engineering in Kronstadt. By that time he had already won recognition among specialists as an authority in this field.

6. Выберите правильный вариант ответа на вопрос.

1.Why did the world consider Marconi to be the inventor of radio?

a)because he got an English patent on using electromagnetic waves for communication

without wire connection

b)because A.S. Popov had not patented his invention by that time yet

c)because Marconi demonstrated the transmission and reception of radiograms

2.Why do we mark the anniversary of the radio birth on May 7?

a)because A.S. Popov demonstrated the first radio-receiving set in the world on May 7, 1895

b)because A.S. Popov patented his invention that day              

           4.  ИНФОРМАЦИОННОЕ ОБЕСПЕЧЕНИЕ ДИСЦИПЛИНЫ

  1. Английский язык для специалистов сферы общественного питания учебник для студ. учреждений сред. проф. образования/ Н. И. Щербакова, Н. С. Звенигородская 11-е  изд., стер. – М. : Издательский центр «Академия», 2016;
  2. Английский язык для технических специальностей учебник для студ. учреждений сред. проф. образования/ А. П. Голубев, А.П. Коржавый, И. Б. Смирнова – 7-е изд., стер. – М. : Издательский центр «Академия», 2016;

 

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МИНИСТЕРСТВО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ И МОЛОДЕЖНОЙ ПОЛИТИКИ

ЧУВАШСКОЙ  РЕСПУБЛИКИ

Государственное автономное профессиональное образовательное учреждение

Чувашской Республики  «Батыревский агропромышленный техникум»

Контрольная  работа по английскому языку

                           

                                       Вариант №………………..

                                                     Студента (ки)_________ курса

                                                      заочной формы обучения по профессии

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преподаватель:

Ф.И.О__________________________

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