Критерии по «Writing» (максимум 6 баллов)
Критерии по «Speaking» (максимум 6 баллов)
Критерии «Listening» «Reading»:
3. Время выполнения работы.
Время выполнения работы по блокам:
Listening: около 30 минут
Reading: 40 минут
Writing: 40 минут.
Speaking: 60 минут
Общее время теста: 2 часа 50 минут.
Part 1. Listen to five people talking about what makes them happy.
As you listen, write the answers choosing from the box. There is one extra.
Sport/activities her children friends/cooking/entertaining the sea gardening/his garden going for a walk with/her dog
Part 2. Listen again and complete the sentences with words you hear.
Part 1. Read the story about family life and complete the text with the correct statement (A – F). There is one extra you should not use.
you. It is good to feel the warmth and the love of the ones who care for you. It is fantastic when you can turn to them when you have problems.
2 , young people want to develop their own personality. Parents often think they know better. They find it difficult to accept that their son or their daughter wants to live and to think differently from how they used to think when they were young themselves. Consequently, young people are often frustrated and believe their parents do not understand them. 3 ……….. . They would love to have their own place where they can live the life they imagine must be ideal. They think that not having a parent who tells them to tidy up their room or get up at a certain time must be paradise. 4 . First of all, there is the financial situation. Having your own flat costs a lot of money. Secondly, being completely on your own also means a lot of responsibility. For example, I admit I like to be reminded occasionally of urgent things I have forgotten to do (although I would never admit that to my parents!). And thirdly, if members of a family accept that everybody is an individual and needs a certain amount of freedom, life in a family can be great fun. 5 ………….. ? I would say that I am happy living with my family for now and I'll wait.
Part 2. Read the text and match questions A – G with paragraphs 1 – 6. There is one question you will not need to use.
B Is it only eaten in restaurants?
C How long has curry been popular in Britain?
D Is fish and chips still Britain’s national dish?
E What is ‘chicken tikka masala’?
F What other ‘multicultural’ food is popular in Britain?
G Is curry popular just in London and other big cities?
Not these days. For one thing, fish is becoming more and more expensive, and our tastes seem to be changing too. In any case, fish and chips only came to Britain less than 150 years ago, so it is not really such an old traditional dish. Fish and chips was probably a mixture of French ‘frites’ and Jewish fish recipes.
Some people say it is chicken tikka masala, a British curry dish. Like ‘balti’, it was invented in England by Bangladeshi immigrants. The British like gravy, or sauce, with their food, and this is very different from the food you might find in India, Pakistan or Bangladesh.
Curry firs appeared on a British menu in 1773, would you believe, so it is actually much older than fish and chips. Indian restaurants have been very popular in Britain for over thirty years. In fact, they are not really ‘Indian’; most of them are operated by Bangladeshis.
No. You can find curry houses even in the smallest villages. There are over 9,000 of them all over Britain.
No, a lot of people cook their own curries at home. Sainsbury’s, one of Britain’s biggest supermarkets, sells 30,000 chicken tikka ready-meals a day, and you can buy chicken tikka masala flavoured crisps, pizzas, sandwiches and pasta sauce. British companies even sell it to India.
1. Fish and chips is the oldest kind of British food still eaten today.
2. ‘Chicken tikka masala’ and ‘balti’ are dishes found in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
3. Multicultural food in Britain
Write an answer to one question (1 or 2) in this part.
Write your answer in about 120-180 words on your answer sheet.
Mark the question number at the top of your answer sheet.
I want to spend a week in your home city in your country. Where do you advise me to go? Where to stay? What is the best time of the year to visit your city? You remember I like music and want to listen much of it.
The lost key
Teacher asks the following questions:
Photograph A and Photograph B
Students take turns in describing the photographs