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This task is worth 1.5 points.

Write an essay on the topic “My plans for the future” (at least 100 words).


My name is Rivozanov. I have a lot of dreams. When I was a kid my dream is to be a pilot, and as the time goes by, I have other dreams, sometimes, I want to be a president, an army, doctor and other interesting dreams. But now I have grown up, now I know what I want to be.  Now, i almost finish my studies in university. I will obtain Bachelor of Science Information. After I graduate, I want to work in one of the biggest oil company such as Chevron, Petronas, Exxon, etc. I want to be the staff manager or manager at least. I prefer working offshore because it gives me challenge to work over there plus they will pay me higher than work in the office.  All of this is just the beginning of my dreams. After I work for 4 or 5 years, i will have a lot of money by that time, i will quit my job and start a business. I will buy 3 or 4 shops and run my shops and have another business such as futsal court or restaurant and anything that have a good prospect. By that way I will make more money comparing than I work in the company.  After I run my business, I am going to marry a beautiful woman. I will start to make a family and planned to have 2 children which are a boy and a girl. I will live in a big house which having a garden outside or maybe a pool so my children can play inside my yard because, if my children play outside, it will be a little risky. I just don’t want anything bad to happen to my family. And maybe if I have spare money, I want to take my family to Makkah for ’umrah’ or ‘hajji’.  I think that is all I can say about my dreams. It is just a simple dream for a simple man like me. Mine coins - make money:

TASK 2: SPEAKING

Give some information about “Independence day of Uzbekistan”. This task is worth 1.5 points.

The 1st of September, 1991, is the birthday of new independent republic of Uzbekistan. It is the first and most important public holiday of the country. The whole country celebrates the anniversary of Independence in wide, bright and funny way.

Each region (there are 12 regions in Uzbekistan) prepare various festive programs. Wherever you find yourself this day, you will find a fascinating sight: performances of original folk groups, excitable sports events, various shows and noisy craft fairs. And of course what a holiday is without treats? Festive pilaf is served in the centre of a large table, which gathers members of a family, colleagues, neighbors, friends...

The capital of Uzbekistan is preparing to the celebration in advance, because the festive show, which takes place on the main square of the country, the Independence Square, is so spectacular and grandiose that it just takes one’s breath away. Hundreds of extras, dozens of musical and dance groups, the most interesting pop and movie stars participate in it. And in the evening the square is lit up with grandiose fireworks.

TASK 1: WRITING

This task is worth 1.5 points.

Write an essay on the topic “English as a world Language” (at least 100 words).
Over the years English inarguably has reached a status of a global language and commonly is characterized as a lingua franca. It has become the language that is spoken by millions of people all over the world; as the mother tongue, as the language used for international communication and as the language learned in the millions of schools.
Why has particularly English as a language become a global language? Researching this topic, answers to this question can be found in a global power the British Empire and the USA had during the history, especially since World War II (David Crystal, English as a Global Language, 2nd edition, Cambridge University Press, 2003). Most of the improvements which are essential for the mankind have their roots …show more content…

Diversity of many cultures and their languages define the beauty and national pride of one country and then any changes and modifications of the language affect its structure. It is commonly said that a language of a country equals its identity.
Moreover, fluency in English has become important in business world because investors prefer negotiating and closing deals in English which leads to unfair treatment to non-speaking English companies who need hiring interpreters. Internet communication is mainly in English because Internet was born in the USA so that is not surprising. What is surprising is the fact that some of the most successful companies like MasterCard, Sony and Kodak don’t have internet pages in many languages. In that case, their pages turn into short presentation in certain language. According to their Internet pages, knowing English means getting more information on Internet and it creates walls within the cultures because it limits people regarding they speak, read and write in English or not. 

TASK 2: SPEAKING

Give your point of view on the quote “Foreign languages in our life”.

This task is worth 1.5 points.



Learning a foreign language is not an easy thing. It is a long and slow process that takes a lot of time and efforts. Nowadays it is especially important to know foreign languages. Some people learn languages because they need them for their work, others travel abroad, for the third studying languages is a hobby. Everyone, who knows foreign languages can speak to people from other countries, read foreign writers in the original, which makes your outlook wider. It is not surprising that many intellectuals and well-educated people are polyglots. I study English. Nowadays English has become the world's most important language in politics, science, trade and cultural relations. Over 300 million people speak it as a mother tongue. The native speakers of English live in Great Britain, the United States of America, Australia and New Zealand. English is one of the official languages in the Irish Republic, Canada, the South Africa Republic. English is one of the official languages of the United Nations Organization and other political organizations. Half of the world's scientific literature is in English. It is the language of computer technology. To know English today is absolutely necessary for every educated person, for every good specialist. The English language is a wonderful language. It is the language of the great literature. It is the language of William Shakespeare, Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott, Charles Dickens. The great German poet Goethe once said, "He, who knows no foreign language, does not know his own one." That is why in order to understand oneself and environment one has to study foreign languages.

TASK 1: WRITING

This task is worth 1.5 points.

Write an essay on the topic “History of Music” (at least 100 words).


The definition of music is defined in many ways; Webster’s definition is as follows “an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, or harmony.” There are many theories regarding when and where music formed. Many agree that music began even before man existed. Researchers point out that there are six periods of music and each period has a certain style of music that made what music is today. Here are some resources for you to better understand the history of music. (Estrella 2001)

Music is traced back as far as “ancient Israel” a thousand years before Christ; King David composed and sang hundreds of songs called psalms. A few of them are written in the old testament in the book of Psalms. But music as we know it now, as having structure and form, may have begun in the 10th century with the Gregorian chants. These songs were organized and detailed with soloists and small groups singing “distinctive parts”. The music we are more in common with began around the year 1200 and soon after, troubadours singing “folk” music starting to appear in parts of Europe. The appearance of composers, made music, and the creation of the instruments such as the piano and lute. (Ezine Articles 2005)

The years 1750 to 1820 is known as the Classical period with the piano being a composer’s instrument of choice. Mozart wrote his first symphony, Bach performed in London, and Beethoven was finally born. Many of the symphonies we enjoy today were written during this time. Music has truly evolved since this period though. In 1900, a man named Scott Joplin had composed and published the “Maple Leaf Rag,” an event many see as the beginnings of the music we know today as popular music. “Soon after, new musical forms were taking hold. Jazz in the 1930s (Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday), big band music in the 1940s (Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington), and rock-and-roll (Elvis Presley, Chuck Barry) in the 1950s. Other countries (most notably France and Spain) were creating their own popular music during this time”. 

TASK 2: SPEAKING

Give some information about “10 top genres of music”. This task is worth 1.5 points.

Today there many varieties of music known worldwide, from pop, classical, rock, jazz and R&B, these are just a few examples of different types or “genre” of music that is found anywhere you go at all places. Music genre can be described as a type or form of music. But what makes these types of music different from each other? What makes them different from each other is that genres help categorize and organize the many different types of music. Music genre’s role is important in the world music because it gives a type of music a sense of identity, culture and purpose for us to know what types differentiate from one another. Because there are so many styles we must I.D. types or “genres” of music and categorize them so that we can identify which music is which.

TASK 1: WRITING

This task is worth 1.5 points.

Write an essay on the topic “The role of music in our life” (at least 100 words).
Music is one of the most important and powerful things in my life. My life without melodies and harmonies would be totally empty. Listening to and playing different tunes helps me to de-stress, relax and it can also help to motivate me in trying times. I love listening to music while on my way to school, as I feel it helps me to prepare for the day that waits. I think it is like the memoirs to my life as it has been there throughout everything with me.
When I was younger, I didn’t have the great love for musical as I do now. I mainly listened to whatever was playing in the background or what my parents were listening to. I didn’t have much of a care for musical compositions. There was sometimes a little bit of pop music thrown in to the mix here and there, but that’s really all I liked back then. Whether I was in the car, the house, or anywhere else there was sure to be some Beatles, Buddy Holly, or the Dubliners constantly playing somewhere in the background. At the time I didn’t care for that genre of music much, but now as I’m older, I enjoy it as it allows me to reminisce on memories from times of my childhood. Once I hit my teenage years music became my life and gradually started to inhibit my soul.


I believe music has the ability to convey all sorts of emotion. Whether the emotion is joy and happiness or sadness and despair through rhythms, harmonies and the lyrics music shows it. The song “A little bit longer” by Nick Jonas is such an emotional and inspiring song that when I hear it, I always come close to tears, especially when I watch it being played live. The effect that music can have on our emotions is tremendous, as it can bring people to floods of tears or bursts of laughter.
The musical images that music and song are able to create are amazing. Music has the ability to transport me back in time just like a time machine. It lets me revisit lost and forgotten moments in life. Songs can paint a picture, for example in classical and country music where a story is being told. The music in classical music tells a story without lyrics which is an immensely powerful thing. I feel that this applies to the saying “music imitates life and life imitates music”.

TASK 2: SPEAKING

Give some information about “My future profession is musician”. This task is worth 1.5 points.

First of all, I chose this profession because singing is my passion; I have sung since I was little. Some of the greatest singers have been classically trained, with years of voice lessons and practice. One such singer is Maria Callas, a well-known and revered artist. Plus, according to some experts, humans have sung before they learned to speak.
Singers need to communicate effectively, reason and problem solve, manage oneself, people, time, and things, and be able to work with people. The equipment needed depends on what type of singing you are doing. To sing opera, the singer needs, depending on the song, a piano and an accompanist, along with (if needed) a microphone. Working hours tend to be irregular because of the difficulty of finding jobs. It tends to be a very stressful job, behind the scenes and performing. The pay depends on where you get the job at, whether it is an opera house or a restaurant. But, sadly, women artists, who work full-year, full-time, earn $0.75 for every dollar made by men artists. On average, both gender singers earn:

There are possibly no fringe benefits, depending on which company you sign with, if any. Some lifestyle implications are: having irregular schedules, less sleep than usual, protecting the throat year-round, and drinking more fluids than usual. There are no prospects for advancement, though becoming famous can be a plus. Nevertheless, the future job outlook is dim unless you have a monstrous talent for singing. If so, then you are set, but if not, another job would help, because of the irregular pay.

TASK 1: WRITING

This task is worth 1.5 points.

Write an essay on the topic “Types of Musical Instruments” (at least 100 words).

musical instrument is a device created or adapted to make musical sounds. In principle, any object that produces sound can be considered a musical instrument—it is through purpose that the object becomes a musical instrument. The history of musical instruments dates to the beginnings of human culture. Early musical instruments may have been used for ritual, such as a horn to signal success on the hunt, or a drum in a religious ceremony. Cultures eventually developed composition and performance of melodies for entertainment. Musical instruments evolved in step with changing applications and technologies.

The date and origin of the first device considered a musical instrument is disputed. The oldest object that some scholars refer to as a musical instrument, a simple flute, dates back as far as 67,000 years. Some consensus dates early flutes to about 37,000 years ago. However, most historians believe that determining a specific time of musical instrument invention is impossible, as many early musical instruments were made from animal skins, bone, wood and other non-durable materials.

Musical instruments developed independently in many populated regions of the world. However, contact among civilizations caused rapid spread and adaptation of most instruments in places far from their origin. By the Middle Ages, instruments from Mesopotamia were in maritime Southeast Asia, and Europeans played instruments originating from North Africa. Development in the Americas occurred at a slower pace, but cultures of North, Central, and South America shared musical instruments.

By 1400, musical instrument development slowed in many areas and was dominated by the Occident. During the Classical and Romantic periods of music, lasting from roughly 1750 to 1900, many new musical instruments were developed. While the evolution of traditional musical instruments slowed beginning in the 20th century, new electronic instruments such as electric guitars and synthesizers were invented.

Musical instrument classification is a discipline in its own right, and many systems of classification have been used over the years. Instruments can be classified by their effective range, their material composition, their size, role, etc. However, the most common academic method, Hornbostel–Sachs, uses the means by which they produce sound. The academic study of musical instruments is called organology.
TASK 2: SPEAKING

Give some information about “The history of music”. This task is worth 1.5 points.

The definition of music is defined in many ways; Webster’s definition is as follows “an art of sound in time that expresses ideas and emotions in significant forms through the elements of rhythm, melody, or harmony.” There are many theories regarding when and where music formed. Many agree that music began even before man existed. Researchers point out that there are six periods of music and each period has a certain style of music that made what music is today. Here are some resources for you to better understand the history of music. (Estrella 2001)

Music is traced back as far as “ancient Israel” a thousand years before Christ; King David composed and sang hundreds of songs called psalms. A few of them are written in the old testament in the book of Psalms. But music as we know it now, as having structure and form, may have begun in the 10th century with the Gregorian chants. These songs were organized and detailed with soloists and small groups singing “distinctive parts”. The music we are more in common with began around the year 1200 and soon after, troubadours singing “folk” music starting to appear in parts of Europe. The appearance of composers, made music, and the creation of the instruments such as the piano and lute. (Ezine Articles 2005)

The years 1750 to 1820 is known as the Classical period with the piano being a composer’s instrument of choice. Mozart wrote his first symphony, Bach performed in London, and Beethoven was finally born. Many of the symphonies we enjoy today were written during this time. Music has truly evolved since this period though. In 1900, a man named Scott Joplin had composed and published the “Maple Leaf Rag,” an event many see as the beginnings of the music we know today as popular music. “Soon after, new musical forms were taking hold. Jazz in the 1930s (Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday), big band music in the 1940s (Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington), and rock-and-roll (Elvis Presley, Chuck Barry) in the 1950s. Other countries (most notably France and Spain) were creating their own popular music during this time”. (Ezine 2005)

The three time periods I want to focus on is Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Contemporary. This is all known to us to day as Opera, R&B, Rock, Hip Hop, Soul, etc. Music has been around for years and can be broken down into many stages or cycles. People everywhere all over the world make their own style of music. Every genre, sound, melody is different in some way.

TASK 1: WRITING

This task is worth 1.5 points.

Write an essay on the topic “Band formation” (at least 100 words).

There have been all kinds of different types of rock bands throughout the years. Most of the bands have had a different type of style. All of these different types of style are what has shaped today’s music. Some of the bands from the earlier times were: The Beatles, AC/DC, Guns and Roses and the Bee Gees. The Beatles were the greatest and most powerful act of the rock era. They introduced more innovations into popular music than any other rock band of the 20th century. The Beatles grabbed a hold of the attention in 1964 and never let go for the next six years. The Beatles were the first British rock group to achieve worldwide prominence. The Beatles knew each other and had already been playing together in Liverpool for about five years…show more content…

In August 1962, drummer Pete Best was kicked out of the band, a controversial decision that has been the cause of much speculation since. The Beatles phenomenon didn't truly kick in until "Please Please Me," which topped the British charts in early 1963. This was the prototype British Invasion single which was an infectious melody, charging guitars, and positively exuberant harmonies. “Please Please Me” topped the British charts for an astonishing 30 weeks, establishing the group as the most popular rock & roll act ever seen in the U.K. One of the reasons why the Beatles were so good is because they took what was popular and made it their own kind of thing. After some celebrated national TV appearances, Beatle mania broke out across the British Isles in late 1963, and the group generating screams and hysteria at all of their public appearances, musical or otherwise. Capitol was the first refusal of the Beatles' recordings in the United States. Capitol had declined to issue the group's first few singles, which ended up appearing on relatively small American independents.

TASK 2: SPEAKING

Give some information about “Types of musical instruments”. This task is worth 1.5 points.

musical instrument is a device created or adapted to make musical sounds. In principle, any object that produces sound can be considered a musical instrument—it is through purpose that the object becomes a musical instrument. The history of musical instruments dates to the beginnings of human culture. Early musical instruments may have been used for ritual, such as a horn to signal success on the hunt, or a drum in a religious ceremony. Cultures eventually developed composition and performance of melodies for entertainment. Musical instruments evolved in step with changing applications and technologies.

The date and origin of the first device considered a musical instrument is disputed. The oldest object that some scholars refer to as a musical instrument, a simple flute, dates back as far as 67,000 years. Some consensus dates early flutes to about 37,000 years ago. However, most historians believe that determining a specific time of musical instrument invention is impossible, as many early musical instruments were made from animal skins, bone, wood and other non-durable materials.

Musical instruments developed independently in many populated regions of the world. However, contact among civilizations caused rapid spread and adaptation of most instruments in places far from their origin. By the Middle Ages, instruments from Mesopotamia were in maritime Southeast Asia, and Europeans played instruments originating from North Africa. Development in the Americas occurred at a slower pace, but cultures of North, Central, and South America shared musical instruments.

By 1400, musical instrument development slowed in many areas and was dominated by the Occident. During the Classical and Romantic periods of music, lasting from roughly 1750 to 1900, many new musical instruments were developed. While the evolution of traditional musical instruments slowed beginning in the 20th century, new electronic instruments such as electric guitars and synthesizers were invented.

Musical instrument classification is a discipline in its own right, and many systems of classification have been used over the years. Instruments can be classified by their effective range, their material composition, their size, role, etc. However, the most common academic method, Hornbostel–Sachs, uses the means by which they produce sound. The academic study of musical instruments is called organology

TASK 1: WRITING

This task is worth 1.5 points.

Write an essay on the topic “Famous Musicians” (at least 100 words).

  In today's culture, music is a large part of our lives. Most people like music, but some love it. Musicians want to create their own music. They love going to stores and checking out the newest equipment. When someone becomes a musician they learn many things, that non-musicians would never know. Not everyone has the drive to be a musician. Being a musician has effected me in many positive ways.
             Learning music at a young age taught me responsible, how to manage my time, and how to communicate with others more quickly and efficiently. As I got older if gave me a hobby and a way express myself. I learned how to read and write music. It is important to be able to read and write music because I will be able to play anything I want. I learned all the different terms that musicians use. I learned how to play music in a band. Both marching and rock band.
             When someone is a musician, they have a different social life then people who are not. Musicians go to a lot of music clubs and concerts. Musicians also love to talk to other musicians about the newest instruments, brands, technology and ideas they have. Musicians are also popular with women. Women like musicians for their talents and love of music. Performing on stage gets you a lot of attention from people who like your music.
             Musicians also like to create their own music. Musicians express their feelings and political stand points in their music. Musicians also play songs they like to hear. So they may do some cover songs from their favorite band on stage. They spend countless hours perfecting their instrument, so they can sound good on stage. Musicians start bands to have fun and to make their dreams come true.
             Today's Musician does many things that you normally would not learn if you were not a musician. Whether its practicing alone, playing on stage, listening to music in my car, or talking to friends about music. Music in constantly in my

TASK 2: SPEAKING

Give some information about “Festivals”. This task is worth 1.5 points.

“ When I hear music, I fear no danger. ... It is a form of art that can life the soul, or even heals a patient through music therapy. A music festival is a festival oriented towards music that is sometimes presented with a theme such as musical genre, nationality or locality of musicians, or holiday.




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