Билет 1 ЕГЭ
Раздел 1 Аудирование  ­­

B1

Тексты диалогов,ответы к заданиям

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Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 1–6 и утверждениями, данными в списке A–G. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей буквой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. У Вас есть 20 секунд, чтобы ознакомиться с заданием. 
A. She enjoys watching team sports.
B. She wants to join a team to play a sport.
C. She thinks sport is a good way to keep fit.
D. She likes playing sports wiith her friends.
E. She is going to stop training for a sport.
F. She thinks watching sport is boring
G. She would like to try a dangerous sport.

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Утверждение

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Вы услышите разговор туриста и гида. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений А1-А7 соответствуют содержанию текста (1 True), какие не соответствуют (2 False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного ни отрицательного ответа (3 Not stated ). Обведите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды. У Вас есть 20 секунд, чтобы ознакомиться с заданиями. 
A1 The tourist has a limited amount of time in the area.
1 - верно 2 - не верно 3 - в тексте не сказано
A2 Montford Hall is in the centre of the town.
1 - верно 2 - не верно 3 - в тексте не сказано
A3 Most visitors to Montford Hall go by taxi.
1 - верно 2 - не верно 3 - в тексте не сказано
A4 The guide recommends a restaurant to the tourist.
1 - верно 2 - не верно 3 - в тексте не сказано
A5 The tourist wants to enjoy the good weather.
1 - верно 2 - не верно 3 - в тексте не сказано
A6 You have to pay to enter the Rose Gardens.
1 - верно 2 - не верно 3 - в тексте не сказано
A7 The tourist has a large garden at home.
1 - верно 2 - не верно 3 - в тексте не сказано

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Вы услышите беседу руководителя курсов с будущими студентами. В заданиях А8-А14 обведите цифру 1,2 или 3 соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды. У Вас есть 50 секунд, чтобы ознакомиться с заданиями. 
A8 Carol wants to
1) work out the new timetable.
2) make a list of courses.
3) talk about the Centre.
A9 The man will get a reduction because he's
1) over 65 years old.
2) unemployed.
3) disabled.
A10 Students are allowed to
1) choose which classes of a course to attend.
2) attend the first class before deciding.
3) attend the first three classes before deciding.
A11 The man is concerned about
1) his inexperience.
2) his age.
3) not liking pottery.
A12 The two pottery courses
1) each have classes twice a week.
2) are held on the same days.
3) are held in different weeks.
A13 Students on the pottery courses
1) have to bring their own clay and tools.
2) have to bring their own aprons.
3) do not have to bring equipment with them.
A14 The man decides
1) to do the Advanced Pottery course.
2) to choose a different course.
3) not to do a course at all.

Раздел 2 Чтение

B2

1 Установите соответствие между заголовками A -G и текстами 1-7. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

A. POOR COMMUNICATION E. ENJOYABLE GAMES
B. HELPFUL METHOD F. HEALTH PROBLEMS
C. DIFFERENT SPELLING G. MORE IMAGINATION
D. BODY LANGUAGE H. PAST HOBBY
1 In just a few years mobile phones have become a common sight everywhere. Walk past any cafe and you will see people chatting on their phones or sending text messages. However, some people are concerned that the signals these phones send out may be bad for our health. They worry, that holding a mobile close to your head might have an effect on your brain. So, it may be a good idea to use your ordinary phone when you can.
2 We learn a lot by reading, but what if you can't see the words on the page? Many blind people can read Braille. Braille is a system of writing using raised dots on the page that you can feel with your fingers. A Frenchman called Louis Braille invented it in 1821, when he was just 12 years old. His system makes life easier for many thousands of blind people all over the world.
3 When we talk to someone, only a small part of our meaning is in what we say. Some people say that as little as 7% of our message is contained in our words. We use our hands to express ourselves and we use our faces to show that we are listening or to show how we feel. Our faces and our hands can also show things that we might want to hide, like the fact that we are lying, for example.
4 People can now use the Internet and e-mail to communicate with each other cheaply and quickly. Twenty years ago, however, this wasn't possible. In those days in Britain, some people used amateur radio to contact people all over the country, and even around the world. They had special radios in their houses that sent out radio signals. They contacted each other to exchange news about their lives and about the weather, or even to play games such as chess.
5 One of the most interesting types of radio programme is radio drama. Although some radio stations only broadcast music, some also produce plays for their listeners. Many people prefer listening to a play on the radio to watching it on TV because they can be more creative. On TV, the programme-makers decide exactly what a place or a person looks like. On radio, though, you can imagine it any way you like.
6 Before the invention of radio, it was almost impossible to communicate over large distances. The only way to communicate with people far away was to send a message or a letter with a person. People lit fires on hills as a signal to each other, but it wasn't a very good way of communicating. It was very difficult to find out what was happening in distant places and news often took weeks or even months to travel around the world.
7 Using a mobile phone to send a text message is a quick, easy and cheap way to get in touch with someone. However, messages have to be quite short - usually no more than 160 characters (letters, spaces or punctuation marks). Because of this, many English speakers write words differently in a text message in order to make them shorter. For example, someone might write the word 'to' as '2' in order to save one character.


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Тема

B3

2 Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски 1-6 частями предложений, обозначенными буквами А-G. Одна из частей в списке А-G — лишняя. Занесите букву, обозначающую сответствующую часть предложения, в таблицу.
Davon is a large county in the south-west of England. Agriculture and fishing have always been important parts of the local economy, but it is tourism these days 1 ____________.
Nearly 5 million people visit the area each year, 2 ____________. Apart from he beaches, Devon is also well known for its beautiful countryside and old, traditional cottages.
Many coastal towns in Britain have suffered 3 ____________.
However, on the south Devon coast, resort towns such as Brixham and Torquay are enjoying new life the English Riviera, offering mild weather and sandy beaches. Another reason for its popularity is that it's possible to get to Devon from London in a short time by car. Two motorways, the M4 and the M5 connect the capital to Devon and in just four or five hours Londoners can be enjoying a cream tea 4 ____________.
Lancashire, in the north-west of England, is a county with a long history, first as an agricultural area and later as one of the most important areas during the Industrial Revolution. Here, from start of the nineteenth century onwards, factories and mills produced cotton and other goods 5____________ .
Today, almost all the mills are silent, but Lancashire is still an interesting place to visit. Apart from the attractions of coastal towns such as Fleetwood and Blackpool, there are many interesting museums, including the Museum of Transport in Rimington. Open all year round, the museum has a wonderful collection of models of different means of transport, 6 ____________.
For visitors who prefer a more active holiday, there are also many beautiful areas to walk in, particulary in north Lancashire.
A. as more and more people go abroad on holiday
B. which is the main source of income
C. including trains, planes and ships
D. that were sold all around the world
E. although the two counties are far apart
F. many of them coming to enjoy Devon's beaches
G. or a relaxing country walk


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Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А15-А21, обводя цифру 1,2, 3 или 4, соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа.
When my Uncle Alan turned up at my thirteenth birthday party without a present, I couldn't hide the disappointment on my face. He was my favourite uncle, and he always bought me fantastic presents.
'Don't look so sad, Anna,' he said kindly. 'I haven't forgotten to get you a present. I just couldn't bring it with me. Tomorrow, I'm taking you abseiling.'
'I didn't know you had a boat,' I said. 'No, not sailing! Abseiling!' 'What's that?' I asked. 'I've never heard of it.'
'You'll see,' he said mysteriously.
Early the next day, Uncle Alan drove me to Lamerton Adventure Park. I'd never been there before, but had often told my mum and dad how exciting it sounded. As we drove through the gates, it seemed that, once again Uncle Alan had found me a birthday present I'd never forget. When we arrived, we went to find my instructor, a friendly young woman called Isabelle. She put me completely at ease, and I knew that, whatever I was going to be doing, I'd be quite safe with her.
'So, Anna, have you ever been abseiling before?' she asked. I admitted I didn't even know what abseiling was.
'Well, it's always fun to experience something new, isn't it?' she said.
We walked through the park, and ended up at a rocky hill. The biggest rock face was extremely high and steep, but there were smaller, easier faces too. When I saw the equipment waiting for me — a rope, a harness and a helmet — I guessed what I was going to be doing. 'Oh, I'm going rock climbing!' I said excitedly.
'Not exactly' said Uncle Alan. Isabelle explained. 'With rock climbing, you start at the bottom and go up, but with abseiling, you start at the top and go down.'
Now I understood. We carried the equipment up a path to the top of the smallest rock face. I carefully looked over the edge. The ground was about five metres below.
'This is going to be fun,' I thought. Isabelle tied the rope carefully to a metal ring, and then threaded it through my harness, which by now I was wearing round my waist. She threw the other end of the rope over the edge of the rock face, and it fell to the ground.
'This is where I say goodbye,' said Uncle Alan.'I'm going back down to the bottom. I'll be holding the other end of the rope, so you'll be quite safe. See you when you come down!'
Isabelle was the perfect instructor. She talked me through what to do step by step. I stood on the edge of the rock face with my back to the drop.
My left hand was holding the rope in front of me, my right hand holding the rope behind me.
'Now,' she said, 'gently lean back.' This was the most difficult part. It's a terribly scary experience leaning back over a cliff, especially the first time you attempt it, and for the first few minutes I wondered whether I could actually do it. Finally, I decided to risk it. I didn't want Uncle Alan thinking I was a coward. Keeping my feet still, I leant back a little. Then a little more. 'Fantastic!' shouted Uncle Alan from below me.
'That's wonderful,' said Isabelle.'Now, slowly start to walk down the rock.' It was more like bouncing than actual walking, but I started to go down. It didn't take long to reach the bottom, but I felt a huge sense of achievement when I put my feet on the ground next to Uncle Alan.
'I'm so proud of you!' he said. 'Do you want to try a higher rock face now?'
'You bet!' I said. "The higher, the better!'

A15 When Uncle Alan saw Anna's disappointment, he realised that
1) he should have brought a present with him.
2 he really was her favourite uncle.
3) she thought he had forgotten to bring her a present.
4) he had to take her somewhere the next day.
A16 Anna had frequently told her parents that
1) Lamerton Adventure Park appealed to her.
2) she had never been abseiling before.
3) Uncle Alan's birthday presents were unforgettable.
4) abseiling sounded like a very interesting activity.
F17 Isabelle made Anna
1) admit how little she knew about the park.
2) feel totally secure and comfortable.
3) think about previous enjoyable experiences.
4) realise that abseiling would be easy.
A18 When Anna saw the equipment, she
1) understood immediately what abseiling was.
2) tried hard to guess what it would be used for.
3) asked Isabelle for an explanation.
4) still didn't understand what she would be doing.
A19 Uncle Alan didn't stay at the top of the rock face because
1) he wanted to see Anna when she reached the bottom.
2) he had to hold the rope at the bottom.
3) the rope had fallen over the edge by mistake.
4) he thought she would be safer without him up there.
A20 As Anna started to lean back, she
1) felt extremely frightened.
2) wondered if she was a coward.
3) knew she had to risk the danger.
4) remembered the first time she'd done this.
A21 After reaching the bottom, Anna
1) thought she had achieved enough for one day.
2) wanted to abseil down a more difficult rock face.
3) made a bet with her uncle about the height of the rock.
4) felt relieved to be on the ground again with her uncle.


Раздел 3 Грамматика и лексика
Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатаны заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами В4-В10, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В4-В10.

The Platypus

In the rivers of south-eastern Australia, you can find an animal called a 'platypus'.
B4 The platypus is one of the ________________ STRANGE animals in the world.
B5 It ________________ EXISTENCE only in Australia and belongs to a group
of animals called 'monotremes'.
When Europeans first saw an example of the animal in the 1700s,
B6 they _______________THINK it was a joke.
B7 They ________________ NEVER SEE anything like it before and they refused
to believe that it was a real animal.
B8 The ________________ TWO example arrived from Australia, and then more,
and the scientists realised that this unusual creature was real.
B9 Today, the platypus ________________ LIVE in the waters around
south-east Australia.
B10 It is not very rare, but some people worry that water pollution could
be a problem as the water around Sydney gets ________________DIRTY.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами В11-В16, так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельно заданию из группы В11-В16.
The Tower of London has become one of the most recognisable symbols of the city of London, and of Britain as a whole.
B11 It was built by William the Conqueror in 1078 and the ________________
CONSTRUCTION of the Tower took 20 years from start to finish.
B12 The ________________ HIGH of the Tower (almost 30 metres) and the thickness
B13 of the walls made it a perfect prison. Famous ________________PRISON held
at the Tower include Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth I) and King Edward V.
В14 In the thirteenth century, King Henry HI added many ________________ ВUILD
to the Tower, including a church and even a zoo.
B15 Today, many thousands of________________VISIT come to the Tower each year
В16 and learn all about the history of this ________________ INTEREST place.

Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами А22-А28. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям А22-А28, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. Обведите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа.
When Andrew Garter was offered the position of Senior European Sales Manager in a large, successful multinational corporation, he jumped at the chance. One of the main reasons for his immediate acceptance was the opportunity for a large amount of foreign travel. He could see himself relaxing in a cafe by the Seine after a hard day's business, before jetting A22 ____________ to an important meeting the next morning in Prague. How romantic it all seemed.
And yet now, only eight months after his first day in the job, how different his emotions were. For Andrew Carter was experiencing what many international business travellers had experienced before him, and will experience for years to come, that a life  A23 ____________ on planes and in hotels is lonely, dull and exhausting.
He longed to be back at home, and dreamt of the simple pleasures of having someone to watch television with, of being asked how his day was. As he lay on the bed in his luxurious, yet strangely soulless hotel room, he A24 ____________  the empty evening ahead of him.
'What's the A25 ____________,' he asked himself, as he had done so many times, 'of going out this evening? I won't talk to anyone. I won't have anyone to enjoy it with. Every city's the same when you're alone.'
Not wanting to sit alone at a table in the hotel restaurant, he decided to have his evening meal delivered to his room by room service. Leafing through the menu, Andrew was A26____________by  another desire - for some simple, home-cooked food. He sighed.
And then he thought the unthinkable. 'I don't have to A27 ____________ like this,' he said out loud. 'I'm still young. My whole life's ahead of me. I could quit my job and do something I really enjoy. So what if I don't make so much money? Money isn't everything.'
It would take several years, and a number of A28 ____________ starts, but finally Andrew Carter did leave his highly-paid position. He was scared, but for the first time in his life he was truly content.
A22 l) by 2) forward 3)up 4) off
A23 1) spent 2) paid 3) passed 4) taken
A24 1) dreaded 2) distrusted 3) depressed 4) disappointed
A25 1) theme 2) topic 3) point 4) subject
A26 1) attacked 2) smashed 3) knocked 4) struck
A27 1) live 2) go 3) move 4) continue
A28 1) false 2) fake 3) artificial 4) forged

Раздел 4 Письмо

C1

Для ответов на задания Cl, C2 используйте Бланк ответов № 2. При выполнении заданий С1 и С2 особое внимание обратите на то, что ваши ответы будут оцениваться только по записям, сделанным в Бланке ответов № 2. Никакие записи черновика не будут учитываться экспертом. При заполнении Бланка ответов № 2 вы указываете сначала номер задания Cl, С2, а потом пишете свой ответ. Если одной стороны Бланка недостаточно, вы можете использовать другую сторону Бланка.
You have 20 minutes to do this task.
You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend Tom, who writes:
I am thinking of getting a summer job for a few weeks, may be working as a waiter or a shop assistant. What summer jobs have you and your friends done? What other jobs do you think I can do? How can I find out which jobs are available? As for my other news, Mum and Dad gave me a bike for my birthday!
Write a letter to Tom.
In your letter:
• answer his questions
• ask 3 questions about his new bike
Write 100-140 words. Remember the rules of letter writing

C2

You have 40 minutes to do this task. Comment on the following statement:
Some people think that we should explore space and visit other planets. Other people say that space exploration is a waste of time and money.
Do you think that we should explore space and visit other planets?
Write 200-250 words.
Use the following plan:
1. Make the introduction (state the problem)
2. Express your personal oppinion and give reasons for it.
3. Give arguments for the other point of view and explain why you don't agree with it.
4. Draw a conclusion.

Раздел 5 Говорение

Вы получите карточку, на которой представлены два задания для устного ответа: СЗ — тематическое монологическое высказывание, С4 — диалог с целью обмена оценочной информацией. Окончание выполнения каждого задания определяет экзаменатор. Во время проведения этой части экзамена идет постоянная аудиозапись вашего ответа.
Задания для экзаменуемого

C3 STUDENT CARD

Task 1 (1,5 minutes)
You are going to talk on television
Remember to say:
what your favourite television programmes are
what programmes are most useful
what programmes you watch over years and why
you watch television with or without your friends
You have to talk for 1.5-2 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he / she will ask you some qestions.

C4 STUDENT CARD

Task 2 (3-4 minutes)
You and a friend are planning to do a course for one evening each week at a local college. You are discussing which course to go on. You can do:
• basic car maintenance
• cookery
• Mandarin Chinese for beginners
• photography
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your friend.
Remember to:
• discuss all the options
• be polite
• take an active part in the conversation
come up with ideas
• give good reasons
• find out your friend's attitudes and take them into account
invite your friend to come up with suggestions
• come to an agreement