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Стартовая контрольная работа по английскому языку за 9 класс. Вариант 1

Стартовая контрольная работа по английскому языку за 9 класс.

Вариант 1

Инструкция по выполнению работы.

Письменная часть работы по английскому языку состоит из трёх разделов, включающих в себя 38 заданий. На выполнение заданий письменной части работы отводится 1 час (60 минут).

Раздел 1 (задания по чтению) содержит 11 заданий на понимание прочитанных текстов. Раздел 2 (задания по грамматике и лексике) состоит из27 заданий.

В разделе 3 (задание по письму) дано 1 задание, предлагающее написать личное письмо. При выполнении заданий можно пользоваться черновиком. Записи в черновике не учитываются при оценивании работы.

Баллы, полученные Вами за выполненные задания, суммируются. Постарайтесь выполнить как можно больше заданий и набрать наибольшее количество баллов.

Желаем успехов!

Система оценивания выполнения отдельных заданий и работы в целом.

За верное выполнение каждого из заданий 1 - 37 экзаменуемый получает 1 балл. Если в кратком ответе сделана орфографическая ошибка, ответ считается неверным. За неверный ответ или отсутствие ответа выставляется 0 баллов.

Задание 38 (личное письмо) оценивается по критериям (максимальное количество баллов – 10). При получении учащимся 0 баллов по критерию «Содержание» задание 33оценивается в 0 баллов. Если объём письма менее 90 слов, то задание оценивается в 0 баллов. Если объём более 132 слов, то проверке подлежат только 120 слов, т.е. та часть личного письма, которая соответствует требуемому объёму. При определении соответствия объёма представленной работы требованиям считаются все слова, с первого слова по последнее, включая вспомогательные глаголы, предлоги, артикли, частицы. В личном письме адрес, дата, подпись также подлежат подсчёту.

При этом:

− стяжённые (краткие) формы (например, I've, it's, doesn't, wasn't) считаются как одно слово;

− числительные, выраженные цифрами (например, 5, 29, 2010, 123 204), считаются как одно слово;

− числительные, выраженные словами (например, twenty-one), считаются как одно слово;

− сложные слова (например, pop-singer, English-speaking, thirty-two) считаются как одно слово;

− сокращения (например, UK, e-mail, TV) считаются как одно слово.

Максимальное количество баллов, которое может набрать учащийся за выполнение работы – 47.

За выполнение работы обучающиеся получают оценки по пятибалльной шкале через несколько дней после выполнения работы.

Шкала выставления школьных отметок

Школьная отметка





Первичный балл

43 - 47

35 - 42

24 - 34

Менее 23

Task 1 Read the money-saving stories. Are the statements

(1-6) TRUE (T) or FALSE (F)?

1. Amy, London.

I like to keep fit but I don`t want to fork out on an expensive gym. Everything`s expensive in London, but there are lots of parks. So I bought some running shoes, and started to go running in the park. I also walk to school now. I save money and get fit at the same time.

2. Billy, Southampton.

I wanted to change my bedroom and get a new desk, so I was checking out prices of bedroom furniture online when I found a website called Freecycle. Freecycling is when a person gives away things they don`t need. I found a perfect small wooden desk for my bedroom, and it was free!

3. Rani, Bristol.

Every time I go to a supermarket, I get a plastic bag. Every time I do exercise I have some water. Every time I go to a restaurant I have some cola. In future I`m going to buy a “Bag for Life” and drink tap water. I`ll save money, and help the environment too.

4. Martin, Cardiff.

My farther earns a lot of money, and he saves most of it, but he isn`t mean. He buys my mum some flowers every Friday, and when he travels he always brings mum some perfume and some chocolates. But he has taught us to be quite frugal. His advice is, when you want to buy something, ask yourself two questions. First, do you really need it? And secondly, can you get it cheaper somewhere else?

5. Julie.

I love designer clothes and the latest fashions, and I really want a cool pair of Gucci sunglasses. I need to save money, so here`s some advice for people like me – don`t go shopping! Don`t go to shopping centres, and don`t use online shopping sites. They are dangerous!

Are the statements (1-6) TRUE (T) or FALSE (F)?

1. Amy goes to an expensive gym._________________

2. Billy wanted to buy a desk online._______________

3. Freecycling is an online furniture shop. ___________

4. Rani is worried about the environment.___________

5. Martin`s farther is mean._______________________

6. Julie hates shopping.__________________________

Read the text and questions below. For each question, mark the correct letter a, b, c or d.


There is a story going round at the moment about a well-known journalist who went to interview Jack Parrish at a smart New York restaurant. The journalist was late, but fortunately, when he arrived, he found the great man was not yet there. On the way to his table, the journalist noticed a colleague from his paper and stopped to chat to her. After fifteen minutes, a waiter approached him. ”There`s some young man at the door who says he`s supposed to be having lunch with you. I think he`s trying to be funny, because he says his name is Jack Parrish!” But of course it was. The twenty-four-year-old is becoming famous for the fact he doesn`t look like the owner of one of the world`s most successful computer companies. His manner is polite, his voice is quiet and his clothes are clearly not expensive. Two years ago, when he started his own company, no one had heard of him. Friends say that he hasn`t changed at all. He hasn`t even moved out of his parents` house. So what does he do with his money? It`s all used for business. But some people in the computer world are getting nervous – and they are right. It won`t be long before someone in another company picks up the phone to hear that quiet voice saying that he`s the new boss.

7. Someone could find out from the text

a. how Jack Parrish runs his business.

b. what Jack Parrish said in an interview.

c. how to get a job in Jack Parrish`s company.

d. what the writer thinks Jack Parrish will do next.

8. How did the journalist pass the time while he was waiting?

a. He phoned his office.

b. He talked to another journalist.

c. He talked to a man at the next table.

d. He interviewed a woman in the restaurant.

9. The waiter thought the young man at the door of the restaurant

a. was a journalist.

b. was behaving rudely.

c. was not as old as he said he was.

d. was pretending to be someone else.

10. What is the writer`s attitude to Jack Parrish?

a. He is more important than he appears.

b. He is a good example for young people.

c. He should be more careful how he runs his business.

d. He would be an interesting person to work for.

11. Which of these headlines does the writer expect to see soon?

a. Too much success too fast – was that the end of Parrish`s luck?

b. Jack Parrish doesn`t worry about money – he gives it away to old friends.

c. And the new owner of our top computer is Jack Parrish!

d. SPEND,SPEND,SPEND – how Jack furnishes his new million-dollar home.

Task 2 Use of English Are animals intelligent? Circle the correct words.

Rats can learn (12) to perform/performing tricks, cats seem (13) sense/to sense what we are feeling. Dogs know when their owners are coming home and anyone who has swum with (14) a/ the dolphin will tell you that these animals are (15) more/most intelligent (16) of/than most people think. Clearly, animals can (17) to learn/learn and (18) remember/to remember. However, they lack language and (19) a/the ability to understand what they are and they therefore can`t really (20) be/being considered “intelligent” creatures.

Studies carried out on chimpanzees and gorillas suggested that they are able (21) to


symbols and sounds. But are they actually using them (22) communicate/to communicate? No one knows. In (23) the/a late 1960s, (24) an/the American scientist tried (25) to find/finding out if various animals understood what they actually were. He painted (26) a/the red dot on their faces and put them in front of a mirror. If an animal touched (27) a/the red spot, it was, according to (28) a/the scientist, actually recognizing itself in (29) a/the mirror. Besides humans, only chimpanzees and orangutans passed this test.

Complete the article with the correct form of the words in capitals.


A new memorial, which is dedicated to the (30) ________________ animal heroes that helped Britain during the war, has been opened. The monument includes (31)_________________ horses, dogs, dolphins, pigeons, elephants and even glow worms.

The monument gives a special mention to the (32) _________________ animals awarded the PDSA (UK`s leading veterinary charity) Dickin Medal, which is given to animals that have shown courage or brave (

33) _________________ in war. They include Rob, a World War II para-dog who made an (34) _________________ 20 parachute drops while serving with the SAS (Special Air Service Regiment), and a pigeon called Mary, who managed to struggle back to (35) _________________ after being attacked by hawks during a mission. PDSA director, General Marilyn Rydstrom, described the memorial as “the nation`s long-awaited and very welcome tribute” to the animals.

“It will also stand as a testament to the (36) _________________ bond that animals share with mankind in times of extreme (37) _________________.


31. HERO




35. SAFE



Task 3 Writing (38.)

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend, Ben.

My cat is getting old. But he’s still able to jump on the fridge and he likes to watch Mum making dinner for him. And he is so cool: big, white and furry! He is such fun! I can’t understand people who prefer to live without pets…

Why don’t people want to have any pets? Do you approve of keeping exotic pets like spiders or snakes? What pets are popular in your country? …

Write him a letter and answer his 3 questions.

Write 100 - 120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.

ПРОТОКОЛ стартовой контрольной работы по английскому языку 9 класса

Дата проведения

Класс 9

Учитель Иванова И.А.


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Входная контрольная работа по английскому языку в 9 классе

Входящая контрольная работа в 9 классе.




Summer schools in England for foreigners have become quite popular and there are many of them all over England. Why? Because England is a very good place to learn English. When the students leave the classroom they have many opportunities to practice the English they have learnt.

One of these schools is Stamford Summer School, situated 90 miles north of London.

The students live at the school or with a family in the town. Most students over 14 prefer to stay with a family.

Students going to the Summer School should have been learning* English for at least* one year. At the beginning of each course every student does a test. The result of this test determines what class the student will be in.

There are three lessons (50 minutes each) every morning. The aim* of these lessons is to improve the students’ English. At the same time the lessons try to give the students some knowledge of Britain, its people and history – and knowledge of daily life in Britain.

Stamford Summer School is especially for boys and girls who are interested in sport.

Other activities are: discos, table tennis, competitions and films (video). During the course there are excursions to London, Cambridge and other places.

Students come from all over Europe. They have two things in common*. They are interested in sport and they want to improve their English.

* * *

*In common – общие; * The aim – цель;

*Should have been learning –должны были изучать; * At least – по меньшей мере

  1. Here are some statements. Are they True or False ?

1.Students are at school 150 minutes every morning.

2.The lessons try to give the students knowledge of Britain’s people and history.

3.Stamford Summer School is south of London.

4.Competitions are other activities.

5.Students come from all over the world.

6.Summer schools in England are for local (местный) people.

7.During the course there are different excursions.

8.The aim of the lessons is to improve students’ English.

9.Students have a lot of opportunities to improve their English.

10.At the beginning of each course not every student does a test.

1. Read fragments from stories about famous women. For answers to questions choose the names designated by letters A-E. “0” is the example for you. (5 points)

A. Florence Nightingale was impatient with a life without meaningful purpose. By age 24, Florence rejected a marriage proposal and decided to be a nurse. For several years Florence pleaded with her parents, with God and suffered a near nervous breakdown, but never considered disobeying her parents’ wish. At last, in 1851 her parents permitted her to study nursing at an institution in Germany. Two years later, she was appointed superintendent of the institution. Her administration was very successful and so were the changes made to the institution.
B. Louisa May Alcott lived most of her life in Boston and Concord. She worked as a teacher for a short time. Next, she worked as a housekeeper and finally began writing. Her first books were written quickly. Then, Alcott volunteered to be a Civil War nurse, where she caught typhoid and was sent home. But, from this experience her book Hospital Sketches became famous. Soon, her stories were chosen for the Atlantic Monthly. Her most popular book was Little Women. It described her own childhood, as many of her other books: Aunt Joe’s Scrap Bag, Little Men, Eight Cousins and others.
C. Marie Curie was born Maria Sklodowska as the fifth and youngest child of Bronislava Boguska, a pianist, singer and teacher and Wladislaw Sklodowski, a professor of mathematics and physics. From young she was remarkable for her prodigious memory and at the age of 16 she won a gold medal on a competition of her secondary education at Russian lycee. In 1891, she went to Paris. She worked late hours and virtually lived bread and butter and tea. In 1804 she was placed the second in the license of mathematical sciences. It was then that she married Pierre Curie, a famous scientist.
D. Valentina Tereshkova was born in Yaroslavl region of the former USSR. Soon after starting work in a textile mill at the age of 18, Valentina joined an amateur parachuting club. She was a hard worker. Later, at the age of 24, she applied to become a cosmonaut. On June 16, 1963 Tereshkova was launched into space aboard Vostok 6. She became the first woman to travel in space. Her flight lasted 48 orbits totaling 70 hours 50 minutes in space. She spent more time in orbit than all the US Mercury astronauts combined. Valentina received the Order of Lenin and Hero of the Soviet Union awards for her historic flight.
E. Margaret Thatcher was born in England in the family of grocer and dressmaker. Her father was involved in local politics. Early in her life she decided to be a member of the Parliament. In 1950 Margaret married Denis Thatcher, got her degree from Oxford and worked there as a research chemist. In 1959 she won a seat in Parliament. In 1970 to 1974 she served as the Minister of Education and Science. In 1979 general elections Mrs. Thatcher became the first woman to be elected Prime Minister of Great Britain. She resigned in 1990. She was awarded an Order of Merit award by her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

0. was a bright pupil? __ С
1. was honored with the title of Hero for her historic deed? _____
2. waited for her parental permission to realise her dream to become a nurse? ____
3. succeeded as a leader and was awarded the order for her remarkable work for the country?____
4. worked as a nurse at war? ____
5. was an outstanding scientist? ____


Выберите правильный вариант:

1. Leonardo da Vinchi is a

a) famous painter b) man who invented a parachute c) man who studied the world around

d) famous singer

2. When we travel, we ______ at a hotel.

a) stay b)stand c)places d) be situated

3. My friends and I are fond of learning English. Every lesson our teacher tells ___ a lot about Britain.

a) they b) we c) us d) them

4. The dress was old-fashioned, _______?

a) was it b) it was c) wasn,t it d) it was not

5. There are 11 _________ in the football team.

a) man b) man,s c) men d) mennen


























Контрольные работы по английскому языку 9 класс УМК М.З. Биболетова

Контрольная работа № 4 по теме «Мы выбираем жизнь»

Цель: проверить сформированность лексико-грамматических навыков, умений работать с текстом, навыки письма.

Критерии оценивания: задания 1- оценивается в 2 балла, задание 2 – в 1 балл, задание 3 в 5 баллов Оценка «5» - 19-18 б, «4» - 17-14 б, «3» - 13-9 б, «2» - 8-0 б

1. Read the text. Answer the questions in Russian:

The Music for All Ages

(by James Clarke)

The Beatles changed the style of popular music in an unbelievable way and caused a new musical phenomenon in the Sixties. Their music was fresh and original. It has stuck with generations of people and is still an influence on pop and rock bands to this day.

They became a worldwide sensation. They wrote about day-to-day subjects, mainly love, which everyone could relate to. They touched the hearts of millions of people with songs such as “Hey Jude”, “Love me do”, “Help” and “Michelle”. Their songs were simple and catchy but also very technically composed with strong classical influences.

The Beatles were also the first “Boy Band” who was very well-presented, dressed in suits and good-looking, which made them very attractive to ladies of all nationalities.

They also wrote songs about world issues, such as living in peace, which the different generations of the time were able to relate to and still do to this day. Their songs were trying to encourage people to look on the bright side of life.

  1. How did the Beatles change pop music?

  2. Why do people love their songs?

  3. what was special about the singers?

  4. What emotions do their songs evoke?

2. Complete the paragraph. Choose the right word below:

Even if you are very careful, you can’t …(1) the risk of being injured while doing any sport. Gymnasts, hockey players and sprinters can break their legs and arms or can be badly hit when they train or compete. Some of the famous sportsmen suffer from their …(2) for the rest of their lives. It’s …(3) that sportsmen like parachutists, divers and mountain climbers take even more serious …(4). If they can’t concentrate or …(5) the speed of the wind or forget to check their…(6) they can get into serious danger and the situation can become tragic for them.

1 a) avoid b) take c) face d) escape

2 a) dangers b) victories c) injuries d) discoveries

3 a) exotic b) evident c) unbelievable d) eccentric

4 a) danger b) risks c) chance d) part

5 a) misunderstand b) uncalculated c) mistake d) miscalculate

6 a) equipment b) things c) passport d) feelings

3. Read the essay starters. Choose the opinion you share. Find the arguments for it and write an essay.

1. I think that more people should try to do extreme sports.

2. I m absolutely positive that extreme sports like BASE jumping or skateboarding should be prohibited.

3. I think that everyone has the right to do any sport he or she likes but only if it doesn’t do any harm to other people.


диагностические работы по английскому языку 9 класс

Оценочный лист ученика (цы) ______________________________________(Ф.И., класс)

9 класс Диагностическая работа №4.

Соотношение баллов с процентами

№ задания

Моя оценка

Оценка учителя

% выпол-

нения работы

Итоговая оценка






5 баллов



4 балла



3 балла



1 балл

Менее 50%


Задание 1: How many towns of Udmurtia do you know? Write them down. Сколько городов Удмуртии ты знаешь? Запиши их на английском языке.

Задание 2: Fill in the missing words, which are formed with the help of suffixes. Then write the translation of these words. Заполните пропуски словами из скобок образованными при помощи суффиксов. Затем запишите перевод этих слов.

(physicist, musician, explorer, founder, designer)

1) to design (гл: конструировать, изображать) - ____________________________________________________

2) music (сущ: музыка) - __________________________________________________

3) to explore (гл: исследовать изучать) -_________________________________________________

4) to found (гл: открывать) - ___________________________________________________

5) physics (сущ: физика) - ___________________________________________________

Задание 3: Why are these people famous throughout the world. Match the information with the name. Write down the names. Чем знамениты эти люди по всему миру? Соотнесите информацию с именем. Имена запишите.

Aleksey Nemov, Ivan Bunin, Zhores Alferov, Galina Ulanova

1) ………………………………... was a greatest ballet dancer of the 20th century.

2) ………………………………..…was a great poet and novelist. He was the first Russian Nobel Prize winner in literature.

3)………………………………….... is an outstanding physicist. He received the Nobel Prize for physics in 2000.

4)………………………… is a famous gymnast. His gymnastics achievements brought many gold, silver and bronze medals.

Задание 4: Choose the correct answer A, B, C to complete the sentences (Conditional Sentences). Выберите правильный вариант ответа А, В, С чтобы закончить предложение (Условные предложения). Ответ обведите.

1) I’ll go to study English in London next year if

a) I pass the exam successfully. b) I will pass the exam successfully. c) I would pass the exam successfully.

2) If I had a chance to go abroad to study,

a) I’ll choose a London language school. b) I would choose a London language school. c) I choose a London language school.

3) If he hadn’t done well at the exam,

a) he didn’t get a certificate. b) he wouldn’t get a certificate. c) he wouldn’t have got a certificate.

Задание 5: Choose to the Russian words British English and American English variants. Подберите к русским словам их Британский и Американский варианты. Ответы запишите.

American English: Fall, Theater, Program, Picture, Student\

British English: Programme, Photo, Pupil, Autumn, Theatre

1) Учащийся, студент:

2) Изображение, фотография:

3) Программа:

4) Театр:

5) Осень:


Контрольный срез по английскому языку 9 класс

Контрольный срез по английскому языку

9 класс

I variant

1. Choose the appropriate form.

At the end of the term Susan had to write a review of the book and she was glad. Literature was Susan's ... school subject.

A. favour

B. favourite

C. favourable

D. favoured

2. Choose the appropriate form of the verb.

Sam returned home. He was upset because he had got a bad mark. The front

door .... . But he knew his mum was in.

A. locked

B. was locked

C. had locked

D. had been locked

3. Match the words on the left and on the write.

1. travel a. reclaim

2. hand b. pass

3. baggage c. agency

4. boarding d. luggage

4. Write the appropriate words.

1. Conflicts may lead to bad ____________ and violence RELATE

2. We need to fill in the _________ form when we transport valuable goods. DECLARE

3. The instructor told us to take all necessary ____________ with us. EQUIP

4. When we were in the camp, we had a lot of __________ there. ENTERTAIN

5. Put the words in order to make sentences. Write them down.

1) lawyer/ you/ a/ work/ if/ you/ were/ court/ in/ would/ the

2) want/ me/ to/ some/ my/ I/ dad/ lend/money

6. Ask three questions to your English-speaking friend about her future career.




Reading 1 variant

Task 1. Read the magazine article and match the headings (a-d) below with the paragraphs (1-4).

  1. Sit on the chair and put one leg out in front of you. Point your toes and ‘write’ each letter of

the alphabet in the air with your big toe. Then repeat the exercise with the other foot. This is great for people who like skiing, snowboarding or ice skating.

  1. Put a tape measure on a wall outside your house and see how high you can reach with one

hand. Then jump off one foot and see how high you can get. Then jump off both feet. Try to jump higher each day. This is useful basketball practice, by the way!

  1. You don’t need a partner for this. Dancing is an aerobic exercise – this means it brings a lot of new oxygen to your muscles. This is really important because it makes your heart strong and keeps you healthy. Dance 2or 3 times a week – at home or a discotheque!

  2. Do you think helping at home is useless and boring? You’re wrong. Housework can make

your muscles and bones strong. Cleaning floors or windows are also great exercise for your elbows and knees. And 30 minutes of digging the garden can burn 200 calories.

a. Dance to the music!

b. Jump for Joy!

c. Tide Your Room.

d. Easy as ABC!

Task 2 Read the text. Are these statements true ( T ) or false ( F )?

What pets do Russians have?

Most people in Russia love animals. A lot of them have got one or more, even in big cities. .

One survey shows that 45% of Russians have cats at home. People like cats – in Moscow there is the famous Cat Theatre and it is always full. Dogs are popular too – 36% of Russians have dogs and there are dogs show all over the country. The shows have prizes for different types of dogs. There is also a dog show programme on TV. Wild bird were once very common pets in Russia. Many people had wild birds from the forest in their homes. They feed the birds in March and April every year to celebrate spring. Now only 12% have birds as pets – there are mostly budgies. Goldfish are less popular now, too - only 4% of Russians have them as pets. And 10% of animal lovers have other pets. Some of these are small, friendly animals such as rabbits. Others are dangerous or rare pets like the spider you can see here.

1. The most popular pets are cats.

2. 45% of people in cities have got cats.

3. Dogs can win prizes at dog shows.

4. Wild birds were popular pets some centuries ago.

5. People freed their birds in spring.

6. Goldfish are not very popular pets.

7. A lot of people have rare pets.

Контрольный срез по английскому языку

9 класс

II variant

1. Choose the appropriate form.

The Smith were lucky to live in the centre of the city. Their house was old and it was founded by a famous ..... .

A. architect

B. architectonic

C. architecture

D. architectural

2 Choose the correct form of the verb.

Sam ..... to talk to anyone and went straight to his room.

A. wanted

B. hadn't wants

C. doesn't want

D. didn't want

3. Match the words on the left and the endings on the right.

1.travel a. -ment

2. attract b.-ler

3. encourage c. -ter

4. chat d. -ion

4. Write the appropriate form.

1. The custom office asked me to ________ my suitcase and started examining it. PACK

2. Our planet need __________. PROTECT

3. Lets go to the concert. It will be a __________show. WONDER

4. I have been to many countries. ___________ is my hobby. TRAVEL

5. Put the words in order to make the sentences. Write them down.

1. if/ scientist/ a/ you/ were/ machine/ would/ you/ a/ new/ you/ invent

2. at/ who/ did/ the/you/ meet/ airport?

6. Ask three questionsto your English-speaking friend about his summer exams.




Reading 2 variant

Task 1. Read the article and match the headings (a-d) below with the paragraphs (1-4).

  1. A Wild Plant

  2. Getting Around

  3. A Nicknamed Politician

  4. A Sea Centre

  1. Aberdeen Maritime Museum is situated on in the city of Aberdeen. The museum tells the story of the city’s long relationship with the North Sea. Collections cover shipbuilding, fast sailing ships, fishing and port history, and displays on the North Sea oil industry. The collection includes ship plans and photographs from the major shipbuilders of Aberdeen.

  2. Margaret Thatcher is a British politician, who was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990 and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990. She is the first and only woman to hold either post. She was the first woman to lead a major political party in the UK. That is why her the nickname was the “Iron Lady”.

  3. The Venus fly trap is a very interesting example of a carnivorous plant. Most plants get their nutrients from the soil only, but the Venus fly trap is able to get them from the soil and any unfortunate insects that land in its trap. When an insect lands in the trap, the trap closes and the insect is slowly dissolved. The ability of the trap to detect a victim and close is a mystery since Venus fly traps do not have a nervous system of any sort.

  4. The transport system in Northern Ireland is very well developed. Translink operates the Ulsterbus, Metro Bus service and N1 Railways integrated public transport system - you can reach every corner of every county in a couple of hours.

Task 2 Read the text. Are these statements true ( T ) or false ( F )?

The University of Cambridge was founded in the twelfth century. It was formed on the model of European continental universities, in particular that of Paris. Until the fifteenth century the history of Cambridge was not as significant as that of Oxford. But by the end of the seventeenth century the University was the home of Isaac Newton - professor of mathematics from 1669 till 1702 whose influence was deep and permanent. At that time serious tests were offered to the candidates for degrees. During the early part of the nineteenth century examinations were greatly improved and written examinations were more often used than oral ones.

In the 19th century there were built a number of laboratories for natural sciences, among them the Cavendish Laboratory opened in 1871, which was organized by the well-known Scottish mathematician and physicist James Clerk Maxwell. It was named after the English scientist of the 18th century Henry Cavendish.

Today it is one of the greatest physical laboratories known throughout the world. The Laboratory is widening its contacts with the leading research centres in other countries.

1. The University of Cambridge was founded according to the model of European continental universities.

2. In the 19th century the candidates for degrees more often had to take oral examinations.

3. The Cavendish Laboratory is known throughout the world because James Clerk Maxwell and Henry Cavendish worked there.

4. Cambridge University was as significant as Oxford from the very beginning of its foundation.

5. The Cavendish Laboratory was named after the English scientist of the 18th century Henry Cavendish.

6. In the 19th century a lot of laboratories for natural sciences were opened.

7. By the end of the eighteenth century the influence of Isaac Newton - professor of mathematics - was deep and permanent.


1 variant

2 variant





3. 1c, 2d, 3a, 4b

3. 1b, 2d, 3a, 4c

4.1. relation(s), 2. declaration, 3.equipment, 4.entertaining

4. 1.unpack, 2. protection, 3. wonderful, 4. travelling

5. 1.If you were alawyer you would work in the court.

2. I want my dad to land me some money.

5. 1.If you were a scientist you would invent a new machine.

2. Who did you meet at the airport?





1. 1d, 2b, 3a, 4c

1. A4, B3, C1, D2

2. 1T, 2T, 3F, 4F, 5T, 6T, 7F

2. 1T, 2F, 3F, 4F, 5T, 6T, 7F

Итого 26 баллов.

23- 26 -"5"

19- 22- "4"

14- 18 -"3"

18 и меньше - "2".


Диагностические работы по английскому 9 класс

Районная диагностическая работа по английскому языку

10 класс

Задание 1 (макс – 4 балла)

Установите соответствие между заголовками A-E и текстами 1-4. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

A. We were offered a lot of entertainment by hospitable people of the country.

B. Summer journey is more enjoyable when you do what you want.

C. It’s a good idea to travel by plane because it’s very fast.

D. Going abroad can change your opinion about certain nations and countries.

E. It’s uneasy to organize the opportunity to study a foreign language.

1 We visited Spain in summer. The purpose of the trip was to study the art and architecture of the region, particularly the mediaeval Moorish influence. And, of course, to enjoy Spanish cuisine and people. We travelled without a guide, but well supplied with guidebooks, that allowed us to take our time and enjoy the country. Organizing all our own sightseeing and meals gave us considerable flexibility, and not being tied to a guide and a timetable turned out to be quite a bonus. Finally, we made our way back to the airport by train and bus. It was a highly successful trip in every way!

2 As we departed from Twickenham, having been on the exchange before I thought that there wouldn't be anything new to me, except the language perhaps. As I found out over the next week Russia always has new experiences to offer. The Russian host families were very kind and hospitable while we spent the weekend with our hosts, so we felt as if we were back at home — well, apart from having to speak Russian, obviously! Our guides had planned a range of excursions, including cultural, sporting and entertainment centres of the city.

3 Going to London was a fantastic experience as it is truly the most diverse city in the world. Apart from the usual tourist attractions there are plenty of other areas worth visiting. Also, I found the English people not to be as serious and reserved as I thought they would be. They were very friendly and good hosts. I agree that visiting any European capital is going to give a broad insight into the culture and London is no exception.

4 This year I decided to organize the work experience week in Italy and with a different company. Indeed, though the week in a foreign country had been a success every time, the main problem was in the evening as the students were all staying together and, therefore, speaking English. Trying to make them speak Italian to each other, after having spent the day at their work placement trying to understand, what was going on, was a very difficult task. This time I arranged their accommodation in different families.

Задание 2 (макс – 6 баллов)

Прочитайте текст и утверждения после него. Определите, являются ли данные предложения верными (True), неверными (False) или в тексте об этом не сказано (Not stated). Запишите ответы.

Yesterday was a normal school day for Yumiko, a fourteen-year-old student at Higashi High School in Tokyo, Japan. At 6.15 am, while you were probably still asleep, Yumiko was getting ready for school. At 7.30 she left home and travelled for an hour by train to get to school.

Her first class started at 8.40. She had four lessons in the morning. There isn't a cafeteria or a canteen at Yumiko's school so, at 12.30, she stayed in her classroom with her classmates and ate her packed lunch. She had 50 minutes for lunch and then had two more classes. At 3 pm classes finished. Yumiko helped to tidy the classroom and after that she went to baseball club and practised for two hours. Every student in Japan goes to a sports club after school.

After baseball, Yumiko had a burger and then took a 30-minute train journey to a special school called a 'juku'. She stayed there for three hours, studying for her exams. Yumiko likes going to 'juku' because she says it's more fun than normal school, and more interesting. Her parents don't mind paying because they hope it will help her to get into a good university. Finally, Yumiko went home and did homework before she went to bed — at midnight. And you thought you had a hard life!

1. It takes Yumiko much time to get to school.

2. She usually has lunch at a school canteen.

3. All students in Japan go in for sport after school.

4. Yumiko's parents have to pay a lot of money for extra classes.

5. Yumiko does not like doing to ‘juku’.

6. Yumiko never does her homework.

Задание 3 (макс – 10 баллов)

Прочитайте текст и выберите один из четырёх вариантов ответа на каждый из десяти вопросов, составленных по тексту.

Teenage fiction

Teenagers have their own TV channels, websites and magazines. So what about books?

Last year one publisher, Martins, started publishing a series called Waves. We spoke to the director Julia Smith. She explained, “Teenage fiction has been published since the 1970s but publishers have never been particularly successful in getting teenagers to buy and read books. Now they’re realizing that teenagers aren’t just older children but they’re not adult either and often aren’t interested in adult fiction. For this series we’re looking for new writers who write especially for teenagers.”

Athene Gorr’s novel was published in the series last year and is selling well. Its title is “The purple ring”. She says, “The important thing is to persuade teenagers to pick up your book. I’m a new writer so, although I’ve got an unusual name which people might remember, nobody knows it yet! But my book has a fantastic cover which makes people want to look inside. Then they realize what a brilliant story it is!”

And what do teenagers themselves think about the series? We talked to Sophie Clarke, aged 15. She said, “I’ve read a few books in the Waves series. They say they’re for 14-19 year olds and I agree with that. We’re not interested in the same things as people in their twenties and thirties. I like them and I think they look really good too. The only thing is that because bookshops put them in the children’s section, lots of teenagers won’t find them so they may not do very well. And it’s a shame there’s no non-fiction in the series as I think lots of teenagers, especially boys, might buy that”.

  1. What is the writer of the article trying to do?

  1. persuade authors to write more teenage fiction

  2. explain why teenage fiction is easier to write than adult fiction

  3. give information about a new series of books

  4. compare different series of teenage fiction

  1. Nowadays teenage books

  1. are extremely popular.

  2. are becoming more successful than earlier.

  3. are more interesting than adult fiction.

  4. are not successful at all.

  1. Julia Smith says publishers now recognize that teenagers

  1. can enjoy the same kind of stories as adults.

  2. are neither children nor adults.

  3. grow up more quickly nowadays.

  4. are more interested in reading nowadays.

  1. Julia Smith says that

  1. they have published books since the 1970s.

  2. they want to find writers specializing on teenage fiction.

  3. they are more interested in adult fiction.

  4. teenagers are older children.

  1. Athene Gorr is

  1. a very popular novelist.

  2. a publisher of the book “The purple ring”

  3. an author of a popular teenage book.

  4. unknown because of her unusual name.

  1. Athene Gorr thinks teenagers were attracted to her book because of

  1. her name.

  2. the story.

  3. its title.

  4. its cover.

  1. What does Sophie Clarke say about the books in the Waves series?

  1. They shouldn’t be kept with children’s books.

  2. She would prefer to read adult fiction.

  3. They will be bought by lots of teenagers.

  4. She isn’t keen on the design.

  1. Sophie Clarke think that these books are

  1. not for teenagers.

  2. for people of twenties.

  3. are for people of thirties.

  4. are for people of 14-19 years old.

  1. Sophie Clarke is worried about

  1. the boys who will read this series.

  2. the fact that there’s only fiction in this series.

  3. the people of twenties and thirties.

  4. the poor sales of the bookshops.

  1. The article is about

  1. different series for teenagers.

  2. the importance to specialize books for teenagers.

  3. the book “The Purple ring”.

  4. a popular teenage writer.

Задание 4 (макс – 5 баллов)

Прочитайте текст, поставьте глаголы, данные в скобках, в нужную форму и запишите ответ.

Hi! I'm Lizzie. I go to Sudbury Valley School. It is not the same as an ordinary school because here a student can choose what he or she 1.(do). You 2.(not follow) a school timetable. You don't have to do tests and exams. And you don't have to sit in the classroom all day. But there 3.(be) rules at my school too and everyone 4.(have) to obey the rules. For example, we all have to help with the cleaning. We make rules at our school meetings. All the students can give their opinion, and then we vote. When someone 5.(speak) at a meeting, you mustn't interrupt. At Sudbury Valley, you have to think for yourself. That's why I like it here.

Задание 5 (макс – 5 баллов)

Прочитайте текст. Выберите верный вариант ответа из предложенных.

Yesterday Eleanor Preston 1.___ an international swimming competition for girls 2.____ under sixteen. She swam faster 3.___ girls from ten other countries. This sounds even 4.___ when you learn that Eleanor is only thirteen. She had to have special permission to enter, 5.___ normally competitors are fourteen or older.

  1. A won B took C beat D held

  2. A age B aged C ages D ageing

  3. A that B from C than D of

  4. A good B better C best D the best

  5. A because B because of C that’s why D in spite of

Задание 6 (макс – 5 баллов)

Прочитайте текст. Образуйте от слов, напечатанных заглавными буквами справа, однокоренные слова, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста.

Live longer-get a cat!

Do you want to live a longer and healthier life? 1.___ to a study by the Minnesota Stroke Institute, there is one easy thing you can do: get a cat. People who look after cats are less 2.___ to suffer heart attacks, the study found. 3.___ for and being in the company of an animal helps 4.____ stress. Although the study only covered cat 5.____, it is believed that owning a dog has the same health benefits. Remember it is always best to get your pets from an animal shelter and not to buy them.







"Итоговая контрольная работа в 9 классе по английскому языку"



Специфика иностранного языка как школьного предмета состоит в том, что его изучение в значительной степени строится на формировании коммуникативной компетенции, т. е. способности и готовности осуществлять иноязычное межличностное и межкультурное общение с носителями языка. Являясь существенным элементом культуры народа – носителя данного языка и средством передачи ее другим, иностранный язык способствует формированию у школьников целостной картины мира. Владение иностранным языком повышает уровень гуманитарного образования школьников, способствует формированию личности и ее социальной адаптации к условиям постоянно меняющегося поликультурного, полиязычного мира. Иностранный язык расширяет лингвистический кругозор учащихся, способствует формированию культуры общения, содействует общему речевому развитию учащихся. В этом проявляется взаимодействие всех языковых учебных предметов, способствующих формированию основ филологического образования школьников.

Итоговая контрольная работа состоит из 4 заданий, направленные на изучение сформированности языковых знаний и навыков в 9 классе.

Задание 1 ориентировано на проверку навыка поискового чтения, в процессе которого ученик начинает лучше ориентироваться в структуре и содержании текста, понимает часть информации, не прибегая к словарю. Тем самым полное понимание текстовой информации достигается быстрее и более эффективным способом – самостоятельно. Ученику необходимо прочитать текст и выбрать к вопросам 1-5 правильные варианты ответов.

В задании 2 проверяется знание лексических единиц языка по одной из тем, изучаемых в текущем учебном году. Для его выполнения необходимо прочитать письмо и дополнить предложения словами из таблицы. Лексика является одним из основных компонентов речевого общения и выступает в речи в тесной взаимосвязи с фонетикой и грамматикой.

При выполнении задания 3 учащиеся также должны продемонстрировать свои грамматические навыки (условные предложения; модальные, фразовые глаголы; страдательный залог). Школьникам предлагается 10 предложений с выбором ответов, которые они должны занести в таблицу.

Задание 4 содержит текст, в котором даны пропуски и учащиеся должны вставить слова, изменив их по смыслу. В упражнении раскрывается основной способ словообразования – аффиксация.

Для оценивания результатов выполнения работ учащимися наряду с традиционной отметкой «2», «3», «4» и «5» применяется и ещё один количественный показатель – общий балл, который формируется путём подсчета общего количества баллов, полученных учащимися за выполнение каждой части работы. Каждое задание промежуточной аттестации оценивается в 1 балл. Таким образом, за работу обучающийся может набрать максимальное количество баллов – 27. С помощью общего балла, расширяющего традиционную шкалу оценивания, во-первых, проводится более тонкая дифференциация подготовки по иностранному языку, во-вторых, отметка несёт больше информации, Общий балл нагляден, легко интерпретирует учителем, учеником, родителями. Итак, шкала перевода набранных баллов в отметку:

0-7 балла – «2»;

8-14 баллов – «3»;

15-22 баллов – «4»;

23-27 баллов – «5».

На выполнение контрольной работы отводится 40 минут.

Использованные материалы:

  1. Примерные программы по учебным предметам. Иностранный язык. 5-9 классы.- 2-е изд.- М.: Просвещение, 2010.- 144 с.- (Стандарты второго поколения).

  2. Авторская программа (Биболетова М.З., Трубанева Н.Н.) курса английского языка к УМК «Enjoy English» для учащихся 2-11х классов общеобразовательных учреждений. - Обнинск: Титул, 2008. – 56с.

  3. Биболетова, М.З., Трубанева, Н.Н. Enjoy English: Учебник английского языка для 9 кл. общеобраз. учрежд. - Обнинск: Титул, 2010. – 240с, ил.

  4. Контрольно-измерительные материалы. Английский язык. 9 класса / Сост. Е.В.Сахаров.-М.: ВАКО, 2013.- 64с.

  5. Гудкова, Л.М. Тематические тесты по английскому языку.- М.: АСТ: Астрель; Владимир: ВКТ, 2011.- 142 с. (новый учебно-методический комплект).

  6. Голицинский, Ю.Б. Грамматика. Английский язык.- СПб.: КАРО, 2008.- 544 с.

  7. Логинов, В.В. Тесты по английскому языку. 5 – 11 кл.- М.: «Изд-во «Олимп», «Изд-во АСТ», 2001.- 336 с.

Образовательные электронные ресурсы:



http://ege.edu.ru Портал информационной поддержки ЕГЭ

http://www.9151394.ru/ - Информационные и коммуникационные технологии в обучении

http://som.fio.ru/ - сетевое объединение методистов

http://www.ug.ru/ -«Учительская газета»

http://www.school.edu.ru/ -Российский образовательный портал

http://schools.techno.ru/ - образовательный сервер «Школы в Интернет»

http://www.1september.ru/ru/ - газета «Первое сентября»

Аттестационная работа по английскому языку ученика(цы)_________________класса

Фамилия ________________________________________Имя ________________________

Time: 40 minutes

Task 1

Read the text. For questions 1 -5 choose the correct answer A, B, C or D.

Прочитайте текст и выберите к вопросам 1-5 правильные варианты ответов. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

The best picture

When Sebastian was a boy at school, his favourite lesson was art, and he won several prizes for it. Once he left school, he got a position as a clerk in a bank, but three times a week he went to evening classes in art, and whenever he had time at the weekends, he painted.

He painted in a very modern manner – mysterious objects and shapes, women with three pink eyes, large blank areas, and so on.

After a few months he thought, “Perhaps I call sell some of my pictures and get enough money to afford to leave the bank and became a real artist. Then I can travel around as much as I like, and go to foreign museums, and see other artists ‘paintings, and study in other countries when I feel like it. Though I try to make the best of the job and I don’t regard the work as difficult – at least not at present – I don’t like life in a bank. I only enjoy painting”.

In the bank, Sebastian sometimes had to deal with a man who owned a picture shop, and after he had had a few conversations with him, Sebastian invited him to his home one evening to see some of his works. “Then perhaps you could tell me whether I can really be a good artist and get some money from my painting,” Sebastian said hopefully.

The man said he was prepared to come and see what he thought of Sebastian’ work, so he arrived one evening at Sebastian’s home. Sebastian took the man to his studio and started to show him some of his pictures, with some pride and hope.

The man looked at them one after the other while Sebastian watched his face, but to Sebastian’s disappointment the man did not say anything, and his expression did not change at any of them either.

Then, when he had finished, he looked around, and his glance fell on something else. A happy look came over his face for the first time, and he said, “Now I like this one very much! It’s so full of deep feeling! I’m sure I could sell this one for you.

“That,”said Sebastian, “is the place where I clean the paint off my brushes”.

1. After leaving school Sebastian

a) won several prizes.

b) went to bank three times a week.

c) tried to earn as much money as he could.

d) tried to spend as much time as he could painting.

2. Sebastian’s dream was to

a) live the life he wanted.

b) visit museums.

c) earn a lot of money.

d) work in the bank.

3. Sebastian decided to invite the owner of the picture shop because

a) he wanted to own a picture shop too.

b) he wanted to have a conversation with him.

c) he wanted to sell him some pictures.

d) he wanted to see some of his pictures.

4. Sebastian was disappointed because

a) the man was too proud to speak.

b) the man didn’t seem to like the pictures.

c) the man didn’t want to buy his pictures.

d) the man didn’t want to sell his pictures.

5. The thing the man liked most of all was

a) a picture which someone else had sold to Sebastian.

b) the place where he was happy.

c) the place where Sebastian kept his brushes.

d)the place where Sebastian cleaned his brushes.






Task 2

Read the letter. Complete the sentences with the following linking words.

Прочитайте письмо. Дополните предложения словами из таблицы. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

argue resolve share fair argument get on

18 May 2015

Dear Editor,

My son Tom, 7, and Chris, 15, often have fights. They don’t (1)_______ with each other. They often (2)__________ about things because they refuse to share them. For example, we have only one TV set, and they can never (3)_______ it. The day before yesterday, Tom’s favourite film was on TV, but Chris wanted to see the World Cup. So they had a fight again. My husband and I had an (4)_______ about this conflict. I said that Tom had the right to watch TV because he was younger than Chris. But my husband said it was not (5)__________ . Which of us is right? We want our sons to be good friends and to (6)_________ their conflict peacefully.


Ann Smith







Task 3

Choose the right option and fill in the gaps.

Выберите правильный вариант и заполните пропуски.

1. If I am not too busy, I … to the concert.

a) go b) will go c) to go

2. If we were in America, we … to see Washington.

a) will go b) go c) would go

3. If they … his address, they would write him a letter.

a) knew b) know c) would know

4. If he …………. hard, he would have achieved great progress.

a) works b) worked c) had worked

5. If I …………. a princess, I would live in a palace.

a) be b) was c) were

6. Weather in England ……………. very quickly.

a) cans change b) can change c) can to change
6. We …………… to finish this work next week.

a) will can b) will be able to c) can

7. They don’t get ……..with each other.

a) along b) down c) off

8. She is still trying to get ……. her cold.

a) away b) together c) over

9. The girl put ……. her black velvet dress.

a) up b) on c) dawn

10. English is an easy language to study, it ……….. by more than 450 million people all over the


a) was spoken b) speaks c) is spoken











Task 4

Fill in the gaps in the text with the correct form of the words.

Заполните пропуски, изменяя слова по смыслу.

We live in the era of 1________________ advances in “self-care”.


What you need is new information. There is so much you can learn to have a 2________________ life. Then you can fulfill your needs in health easily and routinely as part of your normal way of life.


It is more and more obvious that 3________________ kinds of treatment and cures in the world cannot bring lasting health if you are not willing to live an existence without diseases.


Years of physical damage – smoking, drinking, overeating, the wrong food, lack of rest or exercise – can only interfere with good health. Emotional instability is also incompatible with good health. And when the result is ill health, drugs are only 4________________ aids.


To repair the damage of disease, or more to the point, to prevent it, you must live more 5________________


It is possible that you know this already. But you must also know how to use that instinctive 6________________










1d 2a 3c 4b 5d


1 get on

2 argue

3 share

4 argument

5 fair

6 resolve


1b 2c 3a 4c 5c 6b 7a 8c 9b 10c


1. important

2. healthy

3. different

4. additional

5. careful

6. knowledge


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