Выберите правильный вариант .

According to the text, children accept most of...of their parents.

a. beliefs, customs and behaviour

b. stylo of clothes, make-up and hair-dos

c. cuture and independence

d. responsibilities and duties

How is the generation gap described in the text?

a. A pleasant coexistance of children and parents.

b. Independence of children and parents.

c. Working out understanding of two generations.

d. Misunderstanding between children and their parents.

What does the older generation think of teens, according to the text?

a.They are unique and special.

b. Everything about them is wrong.

c. They pay more attention to their appearance.

d. They are more responsible.

What do teens think of the older generation, according to the text?

a. Parents want us to conform their culture.

b. Parents think we are boring.

c. Parents treat us like equals.

d. Parents tend to give us the freedom we need.

What is advised in the text?

a. Parents should always help their children in everything.

b. Parents shouldn’t care for their children.

c. Parents should treat their children as equals.

d. Parents should be more restrictive.


Вариант 5

Задание 1                   Грамматика

I . Выберите правильный вариант

1. That is (good) film I've ever seen.

a) good b) the goodest c) the best

2) Do you think Americans are (nice) English people?

a) nicer than b) the nicest c)nice than

3. The 22nd of December is (short) day in the year.

a) the short b) the shorter c) the shortest

4. My (old) sister doesn't live with us.

a) older b) elder c) oldest

5) Go to the library if you need (far) information.

a) farther b) further c) farthest

6. Take your umbrella. It … cats and dogs.

 a) rains b) is raining

7. It … in this part of the world.

 a) is often raining b) often rains

8. Granny is in the kitchen. She … а рlum-саке.

 a) is making b) makes

9. My wife … plum-cake.

a) is usually making b) usually makes

10. Run downstairs. Your sister … for you.

a) is waiting b) waits

11. We … a trip to Italy last summer.

a) made b) make c) have made

12. I never … Mrs. Brown.

a) met b) have met c) meet

13. He … a minute ago.

a) leaved b) has left c) left

14. He just … .

a) left b) has left c) have left

15. Yesterday I in the library.

a) worked b) have worked c) was working


II . Переведите на английский язык

1. Мы читаем английскую газету.

2. Мой друг иногда помогает мне делать домашнее задание.

3. Вчера мы позавтракали дома.

4. Я буду ездить в офис на метро.

5. Собрание только что началось.

Задание 2

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Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar, and it holds the key to understanding Christianity.

Easter has a very important religious meaning for Christians all over the world. The events that happened to Jesus Christ and his followers in the days before and during Easter 2,000 years ago, remain at center of Christian belief. For a Christian writer, Joanna Bogle, the story of these events is like great drama.

“It begins with God’s creation of the world at the beginning of time, man sinning against God, and then God sending his own son, Jesus Christ, to Earth,” she explains, “He, in a way we really have to describe as mys­terious, died, look on all the sins of the world and then finally, and that’s what faster is all about, rose from the dead.”

Christians believe that God made his son suffer in this way so that humans’ sins could be forgiven and their souls could go to heaven when they die. That’s why Jesus Christ is a Saviour of all Christians. This is how the Bible tells the story, and every year Christians remember this event and re-live it through ceremonies and special church services.

The actual date of Easter changes every year. For centuries, different groups of Christians celebrated it at different times. Then, eventually, western Christians agreed that Easter should fall on the first Sunday fol­lowing the first full moon after 21 March. Eastern Orthodox Christians have a different way of working out when Easter should be, and also a different calendar, so they celebrate Easter a few days on a few weeks later. That’s why Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas apart.

The preparations for Easter really begin 40 days before Easter, on Shrove Tuesday. This marks the beginning of a period of fasting called Lent. Orthodox Christians take fasting very seriously. Russian Orthodox priest Father Sergei Hackel explains which foods are forbidden. “People who are serious about their Orthodox religion abstain from all animal foods, all luxuries and all dairy foods through the period of Lent.”

The main Easter celebrations take place during the “Holly Week”, which begins on Palm Sunday (the Sunday before Easter). Maundy Thurs­day (the Thursday before Easter) is traditionally the day when Christians do good acts. The Queen of England still distributes “Maundy money” to pensioners.

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