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ТАШКЕНТ – 2021
А Н Г Л И Й С К И Й Я З Ы К 1
1. Choose the correct answer.
At last we’ve found our book, but where is … ?
A) you B) yours C) her D) your
2. Choose the correct answer.
- Will you participate in the
A) I don’t guess so B) I don’t think
C) I am not afraid so D) I am afraid not
3. . Choose the correct answer.
I intend to go to Greece this summer … it can be very expensive.
A) because B) so as
C) although D) because of
4. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
I … my text by 9 o’clock last evening.
A) translated B) had translated
C) have translated D) am translated
5. Choose the correct answer.
If you … the Prime Minister what … you … ?
A) have been/are doing B) will be/will do
C) were/would do D) are/would have done
6. Choose the correct answer.
Why weren’t you here earlier? You … here earlier.
A) can be B) must be
C) had to be D) ought to have been
7. Choose the appropriate prepositions.
We got... the train and put our luggage... the top.
A) at/on B) at/to C) on/on D) -/in
8. Choose the correct answer to complete the dialogue.
- What is this? Is this... book you told me about?
- Yes, it’s about... life of Queen Victoria
A) - / - B) the / -
C) the / the D) a / -
9. Choose the correct answer.
Your English is much … now. You’ve made … mistakes this time.
A) best / least B) good / less
C) the best / less D) better / less
10. “You must do what you are told”.
She said ___.
A) what had to do what I was told
B) that must do what I was told
C) that she must do what she was told
D) she had to do what she was told
11. Choose the correct answer
He usually left us without …a word.
A) to say B) saying C) said D) say
12. Choose the correct answer
We expect him … a newspaper.
A) to be arrived B) arrived
C) to have arrived D) to arrive
13. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
Dear Jane, sorry to hear about your problem at work. I think you are doing the
right thing, but I doubt whether your boss really ... his job from what you are
A) know B) known C) knows D) knowing
14. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
What time … you … Aziza
A) will/meet B) are/meeting
C) are/going to meet D) do/meet
15. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence
I am a bit late, … …? I am sorry then
A) Don’t I B) Aren’t I C) Am I D) Do I
16. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
In the evenings last year Captain Brown … to their place and they … a game or
two of chess.
A) come/play B) came/ played
C) would come/play D) would come/would play
17. Choose the appropriate form of the verb.
Excuse me, I … at you for a long time, because your face seems familiar to me. I
have a feeling that we have met somewhere before.
A) were looking B) has been looking
C) had looked D) have been looking
18. Choose the correct answer.
My aunt, ____ son-in-law is the managing director of a large company, has been
to a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
A) which B) whose C) whom D) who
Read and then choose the correct answer to questions 19-21.
Literary and artistic creativity have generally been highly valued by the French
people, and such activities have flourished there and gone on to spread the
influence of French culture throughout the world. Such 18th-century author
philosophers as Voltaire and Jean-Jacques Rousseau were instrumental in
shaping the ideas of modern France, and the works of Jean Racine, Moliere and
other neoclassical playwrights are still widely performed. Victor Hugo, Honore
de Balzac, and Emile Zola were among the literary giants of the 19th century.
French authors have won eleven Nobel prizes for literature, far more than
those of any other nation.
Painting has also long been a vital art form in France. Artists often enjoyed the
patronage of the nobility, producing works of quality and variety. During the
1800s, the impressionist movement was largely the inspiration of such French
artists as Edgar Degas, Pierre Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet, and many
art trends of the 20th century also originated in France. In addition, the
atmosphere of free inquiry and artistic integrity that has generally been
present in France has attracted many artists and writers from other countries
19. We learn from the passage that no nation other than France
A) followed artistic trends that originated in France
B) has centres where artists meet and exchange ideas
C) has had so many authors who have won the Nobel prize for literature
D) has had patrons of the arts
20. The passage tells us that the impressionist movement
A) was largely a twentieth-century trend
B) was a French form of drama
C) was led primarily by Voltaire and Rousseau
D) was, in great part, inspired by a number of French artists
21. It is mentioned in the passage that
A) the art industry today in France would collapse without the support of the
B) the French people themselves don't take much interest in art
C) French art is a little hard to appreciate for outsiders
D) artists from other countries also flock to France
Read and then choose the correct answer to questions 22-24.
Most of us feel quite satisfied with the amount of care we show to our teeth
merely by brushing them frequently enough. However, we don't realize the
damage we give to our teeth if we don't know the proper way of brushing.
Experts state that the way we brush our teeth has a great influence on our
dental health. In Finland, for instance, the Academy of General Dentistry has
warned against wielding your toothbrush in what it called the "death-grip" -
that is, clenching the brush in the palm and scrubbing your teeth vigorously.
Such overzealous cleaning can cause the gums to recede and damage the
exposed roots of the teeth.
Researchers in Finland studied one brushing technique that can help you exert
less pressure: grip the brush as you would a pen - between your thumb and first
two fingers. Done correctly, this method can cause less damage to the gums and
clean as effectively as the standard grip. Select a brush with soft bristles and
use short, gentle, circular strokes.
22. It's stated in the passage that
A) you'll hurt the gums of your teeth if you scrub them strongly
B) when the bristles of a toothbrush are too soft, they can't clean the teeth
C) teeth should be brushed regularly in order to prevent the gums from
D) the standard grip is the most effective way of holding the brush
23. It's advised, in the passage, that in order to obtain better results one should
A) not exaggerate the frequency of tooth-brushing
B) brush the teeth gently, moving the brush in circles
C) take great care of the teeth for complete well-being
D) consult an expert for the proper way of tooth-brushing
24. According to the results of the research carried out in Finland,
A) most people are not aware of the proper way to brush their teeth
B) holding the brush like a pen reduces the harm done to the gums
C) people feel great happiness when their teeth are well-cared for
D) people in general are quite careless about their teeth
Read and answer the following questions about the text 25-27.
Today, the United States is in the grip of a second Industrial revolution. While
stretching from the 1870s to the 1970s, shifted the main sector of the American
agriculture to industry, the new revolution is shifting the economy away from
“smokestack” manufacturing industries to those based upon information,
new technologies. It took the country decades to accommodate the cultural and
changes resulting from the first industrial revolution and it would be rashly
assume that Americans will not face serious stresses in coming to terms with
that are transforming the workplace today.
25. It is understood from the passage that the American economy ____.
A) was, from the start, based on heavy industry
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B) has, over the years, undergone very little radical changes
C) has recently entered a period of recession
D) was, at the beginning, largely an agricultural one
26. The writer points out that the change in America from an agricultural to an
A) made the use of information technologies indispensable
B) brought with it many new cultural and social conditions which took years to
C) was achieved in a very short period of time, actually only about two decades
D) was bitterly opposed by a large segment of society
27. The author is worried that the Americans
A) don’t pay adequate attention to conditions in the workplace
B) will find the second industrial revaluation hard to cope with
C) may turn back to an agricultural economy
D) are closing down heavy industry far too soon
Read and then choose the correct answer to questions 28-30.
Emma Christoffersen was twenty-eight years old when she collapsed moments
after leaving a long flight from Australia. Her death highlighted the statistics
concerning health-related problems during long flights. In fact, more people die
from health-related incidents during flights than from air crashes. Studies
show that poor air quality, low oxygen levels, and cramped seating are
triggering heart attacks and deep vein thrombosis as well as causing contagious
diseases among an increasingly large number of passengers. Long periods of
sitting in cramped quarters can cause blood clots to form, especially in the legs
and lower abdomen, which can cause deep vein thrombosis, from which Emma
died. Passengers have also contracted tuberculosis through recycled air.
Despite these problems, the airlines are not addressing these issues and
continue to reduce the space between seats. The Aviation Health Institute
advises that cabins be ventilated every three minutes, but at present, the
average is every ten. To minimize the risk to their health, passengers are
advised to exercise and drink plenty of water during a flight.
28. According to the passage, air crashes account for
A) fewer fatalities than from those relating to health problems during flights
B) as many deaths as from heart attacks and deep vein thrombosis combined
C) the greatest number of deaths during flights
D) far fewer deaths than are caused by tuberculosis
29. The author states that airlines are currently
A) ignoring the health-related problems during flight
B) providing passengers with such facilities as exercise or plenty of water
during their flight
C) trying to provide more space for passengers
D) doing all they can to make their planes as safe as possible
30. The main factors contributing to health-related problems during flight that are
mentioned in the passage are
A) poor safety instructions handed to the passengers by the cabin crew of the
B) people travelling when they are suffering from health problems and
C) the absence of any supply of liquid refreshment served while on board an
D) the confined space in which a passenger has to sit and inadequate
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