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Годовая контрольная работа по английскому языку 5 класс

 


5th Form - Final Test
I. Make up school subjects:
g, i, l, o, B, o, y = t, a, L, i, t, u, r, e, r, e =
s, i, r, o, t, H, y = p, h, a, G, e, g, o, r, y =
t, h, a, s, M = s, i, R, a, s, u, n =
l, E, s, h, i, n, g = ( 7 scores)
II. Find the opposites:
Start, clever, free, good, hot, sunny, big, silly, sad, busy, polite, bad, kind, cold, shy, work, rainy, small, funny, rude, angry, sociable, rest, finish. (12 scores)
III. Read the story and answer the questions to the story:
Judy Abbot had no father or mother; she lived in a Children’s Home for many years. The rich (богатые) people of the town – the trustees (попечители) - gave money for the Children’s Home. When the children were fifteen years old, the trustees found some work for them and the young people left the Children’s Home.
Judy Abbot liked her lessons and learned well. Her compositions (сочинения) were interesting and the teacher read one of them to the trustees one day. When Judy was fifteen, the trustees gave her work in the Children’s Home. They let her stay there and go on with her lessons. Judy looked after the small children from four to seven years old.
She helped them to wash and dress in the morning, played with them after her lessons. She helped in the kitchen and washed the windows and the floors. When the girl was seventeen, one of the trustees wanted to send a girl to a college and pay (платить) for her education. The teachers decided that it must be Judy. The trustee told the teachers that the girl must write a letter to him every month.
1. Why did Judy live in the Children’s Home?
2. How did she learn?
3. Why did she stay in the Children’s Home after she was 15 years old?
4. What work did Judy do in the Children’s Home?
5. Who wanted to send a girl to the college?
6. Who decided that it must be Judy?
7. What must the girl do every month? (7 scores)
IV. Put the right forms of the verbs in the text:
Jack is an English pupil. It’s his first year at school. One day he came home from school and he 1) isn’t/ aren’t/ wasn’t/ won’t very happy. “How do you like your teacher?” Father asked Jack. “Not very much,” answered the boy. “She can’t count very well”.
“Why 2) you think/ do you think/ are you thinking/ will you think so, my boy?”
“Well, Dad, at first she said that three and three were six, and then she said that two and four were six. I 3) am/ are/ is/ will be sure she can’t count well”.
Jack 4) won’t want/ didn’t want/ not want/ want not to go to school after his winter holidays. So he telephoned to his teacher and said, “Jack Smith is very ill. He is in bed. He can’t go to school for two or three days.”
“Well, I am sorry to hear that,” said the teacher. “Who 5) are/ was/ were/ is speaking?”
“My father, sir”, answered Jack. (5 scores)
С. З. Часовщикова, МБОУ СОШ №1, г. Новосибирск