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Task 1. Fill in the blanks with the following words. Use only one word in each space (12 points).

participants, competition, news, chance, won,  tour, wood, chance in a million, lucky, luck, prize, world

Mr. Green: Hello!

Jack: Good evening. This is Jack. Can I speak to Bob, please?

Mr. Green: Hang on a moment, Jack. I’ll get him.

Bob: Hi, Jack! What’s up?

Jack: Hi, Bob! Good 1) … . Did you answer the questions for the World Teenagers’ 2) …?

Bob: Yes, I did. And you helped me. We both tried our 3) … .

Jack: We have 4)… it! We are 5)…!

Bob: That’s great! It was a 6) … . There were many 7) … . But we were in 8) ... and we won a 9) … .

Jack: So get ready for the 10) … round the 11) … .

Bob: Touch 12) … .

Jack: OK. Bye! 

Task 2. The word in capitals in the right column can be used to form a word that fits suitably in the blank space  of the following sentences. Fill each blank in this way (5 points).

1.      Mark Twain was a … writer.


2.      He wrote many … stories.


3.      His books read in … .


4.      Tom was a very … boy.


5.      He was very … .



Task 3. Choose the correct answer (5 points).

1.      They didn’t understand (each other/ one another).

2.      Did you enjoy (to travel/travel/ travelling)?

3.      Would you mind (closing/ to close/ close) the window?

4.      Can I (speak/ speaking/ to speak) to Paul?

5.      Classmates helped (each other/ one another) in that difficult situation.



Answer any three questions from the advertisement (3 points).

1.      Can you describe yourself in five words?

2.      What would you most like to change in yourself?

3.      What’s you motto?

4.      How do you see yourself in 10 years time?

5.      How do you see our planet in 10 years?



Act out with your partner (5 points).

Pupil 1: You call your friend and you would like to invite him/ her to the cinema. But your friend is not at home. Ask his/ her sister/ brother to take a message for your friend.

Pupil 2: Your brother / sister is not at home. But his/ her friend phones him/ her. Take a phone message for your brother/ sister from his/ her friend.


30 – 28 points


27 – 21 points


15 – 20 points





Task 1. Complete each sentence with one of the words or word combinations below (10 points).

official language, different languages, first, means of communication, only, British and American English, study, vocabulary, foreign languages, speak

 English has become a 1) … within some countries where different groups of people speak 2) … . You must work hard to learn your 3) … foreign language. Some people can 4) … more than one language.  We must 5) … foreign language at school. There are some differences between 6) … . English is the 7) … in Australia. Most 8) … in the modern computer science is in English. English is the 9) … solution to the communicate problems. If a person doesn’t know 10) … he can’t hope to know all the news in his field.


Task 2. The word in capitals in the right column can be used to form a word that fits suitably in the blank space of the following sentences. Fill each blank in this way (5 points).

  1. English is the only solution to … summit meetings.


  1. I often take part in different …


  1. People who live in Sweden don’t speak …


  1. I like … of the New Year.


  1. The … has already begun.


Task 3. These sentences are the answers to the questions. Write down the questions. Begin your questions with “How” (5 points).

  1. He writes 10 letters every day.
  2. It takes me 30 minutes to have dinner.
  3. I would like to have 4 lessons every day.
  4. I am 14 years old.
  5. The Thames is 334 kilometres long.

Task 4. Read a sentence and write another sentence with the same meaning. Use the Passive Voice (5 points).

  1. We clean our room every morning.
  2. My mother cooked dinner for my birthday.
  3. I will win the competition next year.
  4. Our teacher asked many questions last lesson.
  5. John R. R. Tolkien wrote his famous novel “The Lord of the Rings” in 1965.



Act out the dialogue between these conference participants from different countries. Introduce yourselves and share some information about the countries you come from (5 points).



30 – 28 points


27 – 21 points


15 – 20 points









Task 1. Complete each sentence with one of the words below (10 points).

free, student, compulsory, lines, suspension, solve, Mathematics, education (2), school

If all children must go to school to get secondary 1) … , it means that secondary education is 2) … . In Russia, Britain, Australia and in most developed countries secondary education is compulsory. A 3) … is a person getting education either at 4) … or University. Process of getting knowledge we call 5) … . It can be secondary or higher, paid or 6) … . A task to write some sentence many times is 7) …, it used as a kind of punishment. 8) … is a kind of punishment, when a student is not allowed to come to school for a few days or weeks. A school subject, when students must count, 9) … problems and do difficult tasks is 10) … .

Task 2. Choose the correct answer (5 points).

  1. How many students (learn/ study) English in your class?
  2. Must I (learn/ study) this rule? Yes, you must.
  3. She is a (quite/ quiet) girl.
  4. I am (quite/ quiet) ready. We can go.
  5. I have eaten three cakes but I’m still hungry. Can I take the forth (one/ ones)?

Task 3. Write another sentence with the same meaning using the Passive Voice (3 points).

  1. A. Pushkin wrote many poems and tales for children.
  2. We will paint the wall with a brush.
  3. Students use dictionaries at the English lessons.

Task 4. Complete the sentences, translate them into Russian (6 points).

  1. If the school were far from my house, I (go) there by bus.
  2. If I (live) in India, I would ride an elephant.
  3. If  we won the competition, we (get) a prize.

Task 5. Choose the correct pronoun (3 points).

  1. My teacher wants (I/ me/ mine) to do my homework well.
  2. This is my book and that is (you/ your/ yours).
  3. He would like (they/ their/ them) to win the competition.

Task 6. Translate the sentences from English into Russian (3 points).

  1. Teachers should have a good sense of humour and make lessons fun and enjoyable.
  2. People must not tell lies in any situation.
  3. We need some sugar and apples to make a pie.



Choose one of the pictures on page 99 in your Students Book and act out the dialogue with your partner (5 points).



35 – 32 points


31 – 25 points


24 – 17 points








Task 1. Complete each sentence with one of the words below (10 points).

bad, tongue, ill, nose, temperature, medicine, cough, runny,  flu, bed

Doctor: Well, what’s the matter with you?

John: Oh, doctor. I’m very 1) … .

Doctor: Then show me your 2) … . Have you taken your 3) … ? What is it?

John: Doctor! It’s 38.3, and I feel 4) …, I have got a 5) … and a 6) … 7) … .

Doctor: Well, I think you have got 8) … . Take 9) … and stay in 10) … .

John: Goodbye, doctor. Thanks a lot.

Doctor: Be healthy.

Task 2. Complete the sentences. Choose the correct answer (5 points).

  1. Steve run (good/ well).
  2. The stadium was (near/ nearly) full.
  3. Do you think (high/ highly) of sport?
  4. Has she worked hard (late/ lately)?
  5. I like exotic food more than (usual/ usually) one.

Task 3. Complete the sentences: put the adjectives or adverbs in brackets in appropriate form (5 points).

  1. My mother asked me to do the test (carefully) than yesterday.
  2. Students of our school swam (fast) than students of the college.
  3. Which of you can ski (well)?
  4. Steve and Sam did (badly) in the last game.
  5. Mary is (hard) student in Math in her class.



Write a short story of what you do (or would like to do) to be fit (not more than 5 sentences). (5  points).


1)      Invite your friend to do some sports with you. Give your reasons on why you have chosen a certain sport. Act out the dialogue. (5 points).

2)      Speak about the advantages of doing sports. Use the information from the unit (5 points).




35 – 32 points


31 – 25 points


24 – 17 points





Итоговая контрольная работа

 по английскому языку для 8 класса

(по УМК «Enjoy English» М.З. Биболетовой)



1. Choose the correct answer:

1. She ……….  German.

a) isn't speaking       b) doesn't speak      c) don't speaks      d) not speak

2. Betsy ……… her jeans when Pete ………… in.

a) was washing, came     b) washed, was coming     c) was washing, was coming       d) washed, comed

3. Diane …….. next spring.

a) will be traveling     b) will travels      c) will travel         d) wills travel

4. The women ……... in the sea now.

a) swims             b) is swimming              c) swim             d) are swimming

5. …… you …… at the university?

a) Do… study       b) Are… studying?     C) Does … study?   D) Is … studying

6. We …… for you since 5 o'clock.

a) wait             b) have waited             c) have been waiting           d) are waiting

7. What ….. he ……. at the moment?

a) is … doing        b) does… do      c) do… does     d) does… doing

8. He … just … his work. Now he can go for a walk.

a) haves… finished       b) has… finished    c) have been… finishing

9. They …….. basketball from 3 to 4 tomorrow.

a) will play        b) will playing        c) will be playing

10) I … him yesterday.

a) seed     b) see     c) saw    d) did see

11) She …… for 7 years.

a) has taught      b) have taught        c) has been teaching      d) have been teaching

12) I …… already …… up. Now I can relax.

a) has … washed        b) has been … washing     c) have … washed

13) My little nephew …….. to play with his teddy bear.

a) like         b) is liking       c) is likes       d) likes


2. Gerund or Infinitive?

1.     He enjoys … cartoons.

a)     to watch    b) watching

2.     Stop … !

a)     to cry    b) crying

3.     I managed ….. it myself.

a)     to do    b) doing

4. I don't mind … computer games.

a) to play     b) playing

5. This book is worth … .

a) to read    b) reading

6. We want … .

a) to eat       b) eating

3. Reported Speech.

1.                Ben said to me: ''I love you''.

2.                She said to Sam:  ''What are you doing?''

3.                She said to me:” Have you seen this film before?”

4.                “Jack, eat your breakfast!” said his grandma.

5.                Mary said to her grandma: «Don't be angry with me!»

6.                Susan said: «My brother works here.»

7.                 The doctor said: «Do you keep a diet?»


4. Conditionals

1) If I ………….    (know) his number, I would phone him.

2) I ..................   (not / buy) that computer if I were you.

3) If the weather is fine, we ……… (have) a picnic tomorrow.

4) We would need a car if we .................. (live) in the country.

5)  I'm not tired. If I ..................... ( be) tired, I would go home now.

6) If I get a good education, I …….. find a good job.

7) I wasn't tired last night. If I  ................... (be) tired, I would have gone home earlier.

8) If I were you, I ..................... (not /wait).

9) The view was wonderful. If I ………… (have) a camera with me, I ………… (take) some photographs.




1. Перепишите предложения из активного залога в пассивный

1.       Nobody has used this room for ages.

2.      We will give you the keys tomorrow.

3.      Someone is interviewing Dr Johnson at the moment.

4.      By the time I arrived, someone had already opened all your letters.

5.      We usually talk briefly about the problems of the family at dinner time.

2. Выберите правильный вариант

1. This theatre … (build) over 100 years ago.

a. had been built

b. has been built

c. was built

2. Is your car still for sale? — No. It … already (sell).

a. has been sold

b. had been sold

c. was sold

3. Sometimes mistakes … (make).

a. are made

b. are being made.

c. have been made

4. For the past few days I (work) in Jack’s office, as my own … (decorate).

a. have been working/ is being decorated

b. worked/ decorated

c. am worked/ is being decorated.

5. While my friend … (talk) to me, his wallet .. (steal).

a. was being talked/ was being stolen                           

b. was talking/ was stolen

c. talked/stole

6. Where is your friend Bob? —  - I don’t know. He … (not/ seen) reсently.

a. hasn’t seen

b. didn’t see

c. hasn’t been seen

7. If someone … (report) you to the police, you … (make) to pay a big fine.

a. reports/ will be made

b. will report/ will make

c. is reported/ will be made

8. Professor … ( give) another lecture at the same time next week.

a. will have been given

b. will be given

c. will give

9. Look at the dust in here! It … (look) as if this room (not/clean) … for a month.

a. is looked/ hasn’t cleaned

b. looks/ hasn’t been cleaned

c. has looked/ isn’t cleaned

10. The door … (open) and a young lady … (come in). It should be admitted that the door … (open) by herself.

a. opened/ came in/ was opened

b. was opened/  came in/ was opened

c. opened/ came in/ opened



Разработка открытого урока по английскомуязыку

Talking about Famous

(6 класс)

Подготовила: Ахметова Р.Р.

Цели урока: 

совершенствование монологической речи, тренировка навыков диалогической речи, актуализация навыков устной речи по теме «Известные люди», тренировка лексических навыков.

Развивающие:развитие навыков устной (монологической и диалогической) речи, развитие внимания, памяти и логического мышления.

Воспитательные:привитие интереса к иностранному языку


  1. Организационный момент.

-Good morning , children!

-I am very glad to see you!

-How are you?

-Today we’ll continue our talking about famous people.

     2. Фонетическаязарядка.

         -I have written some names of famous people on the blackboard. Let’s read them .

Charlie Chaplin                                                         IsaaсNewton

John Lennon                                                             Albert Einstein

William Shakespeare                                               Lewis Carroll

Charles Darwin                                                        Mark Twain

Agatha Christie                                                        Joseph Turner

3. Речевая зарядка.

-I think you have heard the names of these famous people. Say what these people are famous for.

Pupil 1: Lewis Carroll was a famous writer.

Pupil 2: Charlie Chaplin was a well known actor.

Pupil 3: Isaac Newton was an outstanding scientist.

4. Тренировка навыков диалогической речи.

-It is rather interesting to know what you and your classmates want to be. Would you like to be famous and in what spheres of life you would like to become famous. Open your books at page 94, ex.47. Read the dialogue and act it.


-Would you like to be famous?

-I think I would. I’ll do my  best to become a famous artist.

-Will you? As for me I’d like to be a famous actor or a well known doctor.

  5. Совершенствованиенавыковмонологическойречи.

       -A lot of people would like to be famous. Now it’s time to check up your home task        and listen to your stories about famous people. Who will be the first to speak today?

Pupil 1: We  want to tell you about Daniel Defoe.

One of the first novels in the history of English literature was "Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe. Daniel Defoe was born in London in 1660. When Daniel was a schoolboy, he began to write stories. After he finished school the young man began to write articles for newspapers. Defoe went to other countries and met many people. That helped him to write his stories.

Pupil 2:In 1719 Defoe wrote the novel "Robinson Crusoe". He told the true story of sailor who lived on an island for four years where there were no other people. Robinson Cru­soe in Defoe's novel lived on an island for twenty-eight (28) years. He worked all the time and learned to make many useful things. People in England and in many other countries liked the novel.

 Pupil 3: We want to tell you about Mark Twain. Mark Twain was a famous American writer. His real name was Samuel Clemens. "Mark Twain" was his pen name. Samuel Clemens was born in a small town on the Missouri river in the USA. The boy had many friends at school and when he became a writer, he wrote about them in his stories. When  Samuel  was twelve, his father  died and the boy began to work.

 Pupil 4: But Samuel wanted to be a sailor and when he was twenty, he found work on a ship. After some time he left the ship and went to live in California. He began to write short stories under the pen name of Mark Twain. The readers liked his stories. The many profession which  he  knew helped  him  to show life and people. In 1876 he published his best novel "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", which boys and girls in many countries know and like very much.

  Pupil 5:We want to tell you about  Lewis Carroll. Lewis Carroll was the pen name of Charles Dodgson the man who wrote a famous book for children, "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". Charles Dodgson was born in England in 1832. When Charles finished school, he became a student at Oxford University, where he studied mathematics. In a few years he began to teach this subject at the university .Charles Dodgson had no family, but he loved children very much. He often visited his friend’s family. There were three little girls in the   family.

 Pupil 6:Dodgson liked Alice, who was four years old. He often told her interesting stories which he made up himself. Charles told Alice the adventures of a little girl in Wonderland. Alice liked the stories very much. When Alice Liddell was ten years old, she asked Charles to write down these stories for her and he did so. The name of the little girl in the stories was Alice too. Charles Dodgson decided to publish the book and took the pen name of Lewis Carroll.After Lewis Carroll received the money for his book, he together with his friend began to travel in Europe. They went to France, Germany and Russia.

  Pupil 7:We want to tell you about William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare was a great poet and dramatist. He was born in the small English town and grew up in   a   large family  of  eight  brothers and  four sisters  but  many of them died very young. His father, John Sha­kespeare, made and sold gloves. Wil­liam went   to school in Stratford.

  Pupil 8:He married   very   young,   when   he   was about nineteen, and soon went to Lon­don, where he worked at a theatre. There he began to write plays for the theatre.   His   plays   were   good   and people liked them. Now Shakespeare could help his family in Stratford. He wrote thirty-seven plays and some books of poems. At the end of his life he came back to Stratford and died there.

  Pupil 9:Walt Disney.  All people in the world adore watching cartoons, especially cartoons from Walt Disney pictures. Children and adults like different heroes, funny stories and situations.

   The father of Mickey Mouse, founder of Disneyland and of the theme parks of Walt Disney World, was born in Chicago, Illinois, on December 5 in 1901 in the large family.

  Pupil 10:The family was very poor. He sold his first sketches to his farm neighbors when he was only seven years old. When he was 8 he began to deliver newspapers. All his free time he liked to draw comics.

He earned 15 000 dollars and created two cartoons, one of them was the tale “Alice in Wonderland”.    He was the founder of Disneyland and of the theme parks of Walt Disney World. We would like to visit it one day.

  • You have listened a lot of interesting facts about famous people. And now you’ll have a test. You’ll have 5 minutes to do this task.

 Fill in the sentences

  1. Daniel Defoe wrote the novel … .                                               a) Samuel Clemens
  2. Mark Twain’s real name was … .                                              b) twelve
  3. Daniel Defoe was born … .                                                       c) Charles Dodgson
  4. Mark Twain began to work when he was … .                              d) Lewis Carroll
  5. The author of “Alice’s adventures in Wonderland” was … .            e) in London  in1660
  6. Lewis Carroll was the pen name of … .                                     f) Disneyland
  7. William Shakespeare was born in … .                                      g) the small English town
  8. Walt Disney was the founder of … .                                           h) “Robinson  Crusoe”                 

Keys: 1-h, 2-a, 3-e, 4-b, 5-d, 6- с, 7-g, 8-f.

6. Итоги урока.


Разработка открытого урока по английскому языку 

"The world of jobs".


Цели урока:

Обучающие:активизация лексики по теме «Профессии» в речи учащихся; совершенствование навыков устной речи; контроль навыков выразительного чтения стихотворения; практика учащихся в групповой работе.

Развивающие:развитие навыков устной речи, развитие навыков чтения; развитие внимания памяти и логического мышления учащихся.

Воспитательные:воспитание уважительного отношения к людям различных профессий.


  1. Организационный момент.
  2. Good morning, children!
  3. I am very glad to see you!

Today we’ll continue our talk about different jobs, what professions people can have and a talk about your future jobs.

Let’s start our lesson.

  2. Фонетическая зарядка.

Let’s read the words from the blackboard. Match the words.

Sociable                                 merry

Clever                                    friendly

Happy                                    talkative

Intelligent                              strong

Loving                                   creative

Healthy                                  slim

Thin                                       bright

We’ll use them during our lesson.

3.  Контроль навыков выразительного высказывания стихотворения.

I think that you know a lot of poems. Do you know any poems about different professions? Can you recite them?

Pupil 1:

What are you going to be?

What are you going to be?

What are you going to be?

I’ll be a teacher,

That’s the life for me.

What are you going to be?

What are you going to be?

I shall be a fireman,

That’s the life for me.

4.  Активизация лексики по теме в речи учащихся.

There are many interesting and noble professions in the world. Now we’ll talk about typical jobs for men and women. Look at these professions. Which of them are typical for men? (for women, for men and women)

Nurse, librarian, lawyer, dentist, engineer, computer programmer, farmer, teacher, office worker, housewife, driver, doctor, vet, body-guard, fireman ;

5.  Практика учащихся в групповой работе.

The problem of choosing a job is very widespread among young people and you should think about it seriously before making any decisions. Each job has its own characteristics.

Now you’ll work in groups. You should write characteristics needed for these jobs. You have four minutes for this task and then we’ll check.






A doctor should be … .

6.  Тренировка навыков чтения с полным пониманием прочитанного.

Now you’ll read the descriptions of different professions. You should guess what job is it.


  1. A person who can help people with the law is …                            
  2. A person who gives us the books we need is …
  3. A person who helps sick people in the hospital is …
  4. When you have problems with your teeth you must see …
  5. A person trained to look after sick animals is …
  6. A person who works at school is …
  7. A person whose job is to stop a fire is …

A lawyer, a doctor, a dentist, a vet, a teacher, a librarian, a fireman;

7.  Совершенствование навыков устной речи учащихся.


We talk about different professions people can have. What profession do you like? What do you want to be in the future? Why?

Pupil 1: I want to be a doctor. He is responsible and clever. He helps sick people.



     8.   Итоги.

The lesson is over. Good buy!