Додаткова сесія ЗНО 2017
Task 1. READING
Read the texts below. Match choices (A-H) to (1-5). There are three choices you do not need to use. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.
Top Family Places to Visit
Do you have trouble finding something to do that the whole family can enjoy? Don’t worry! These activities make perfect family outings for those weekends when you and your family need to get out of the house. In good weather or bad, you’re bound to find something to satisfy everybody.
Take the whole family on a trip. Visit each creature’s exhibit and test your family’s knowledge of animals. Little kids love to stop by the fence to mingle with a variety of friendly furry animals. Older kids will enjoy learning about the various environments and eating habits of animals.
If you live in a large city, or close to one, chances are you have it nearby. Satisfy your curiosity by exploring exhibits, ranging from marine life to astrology and everything in between. Be sure to catch a lecture, a live performance, or an IMAX showing.
Who doesn’t love it? Put on your player’s jersey and support your favourite professional team with a family outing to the ballpark or stadium. Grab a hot dog and some peanuts, settle into your seat, and cheer for your team.
Whether you seek thrills from hair-raising roller coasters, or prefer to glide on an old- fashioned carousel, this place has something for every member of the family When you’ve had enough of the rides, don’t forget to try some friendly family competition at the arcade!
Make this perfect rainy day activity a family affair. It can be entertaining and enjoyable, even for adults! Your parents will love seeing their favourite characters on the big screen, and you can kick back, relax, and enjoy some quiet time. Besides, who can resist the popcorn?
B Science Museum
C Kid’s Puppet Theatre
D Hiking Trail
E Sports Arena
F Wildlife Park
H Amusement Park
Task 2. READING
Read the text below. For questions (6-10) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.
What is a Ghostwriter?
A ghostwriter is a professional writer who writes stories, books, articles, web content, political speeches, or any other type of written material. The ghostwriter writes without receiving credit for the work. Famous people such as politicians, sports figures often hire ghostwriters to pen speeches, autobiographies, or other kinds of books. Some 5 people work full-time as ghostwriters, making their living creating material that will never have their byline.
Ghostwriters can write about countless topics, whether they need to write a cookbook, a thriller, or a biography. A ghostwriter may even serve as a book doctor, polishing 10 the work of another author until it is publishable. This job may not be glamorous but it pays well.
Some writers work for book packagers. Book packagers hire writers to write books from an outline or basic idea. Other writers may work for a web content company, 15 writing keyword articles that will appear on a variety of web sites.
No matter what type of ghostwriting a writer completes, she rarely has her name on the finished product. Neither does she receive royalties from her work. Instead, a ghostwriter receives a flat fee for any work completed for either a company or 20 individual.
If a writer wishes to become a ghostwriter, she is required to “audition” for a company. This involves sending a writing sample to the company seeking new ghostwriters. If the company likes the writing sample, it will add the writer to its list of ghostwriters. 25 Immedi ate work may be available for ghostwriters of web content. A writer who works for a book packager may need to wait until the packager has an opportunity that fits the writer’s expertise or experience.
Ghostwriters must be excellent writers and have the ability to write quickly. They 30 must be willing to remain hidden from the public eye, allowing celebrities or famous authors to take credit for the written work. Whether they are provided with a detailed outline, interview a person about his life, or write a book based on a general idea, ghostwriters are required to write quality material while staying out of the public eye.
6. According to paragraph 1, working as a ghostwriter involves all of the following
A fitting into a specific literary genre
B remaining an anonymous author
C being employed by the politicians
D being engaged on a regular basis
7. Which of the following is stated in paragraph 2 about ghostwriters?
A They find clients themselves.
B They restore damaged texts.
C They write reviews of stories.
D They make good money.
8. Ghostwriters are expected.
A to take a special course
B to be capable of working fast
C to be experts in web site design
D to have experience in publishing
9. The word “credit” in line 31 is closest in meaning to.
10. What is TRUE according to the text?
A Ghostwriters have to pass an interview to get a job.
B Ghostwriters are in demand with on-line companies.
C Ghostwriters are involved in designing book wrappers.
D Ghostwriters are required to use their pen-names.
Task 3. READING
Read the texts below. Match choices (A-H) to (11-16). There are two choices you do not need to use. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.
A popular tourist hotel offering all rooms with bath, shower, TV, radio and telephone. Its amenities include the Saracen Carver noted for its fine roasts, licensed “Day and Night” grill bar/restaurant open until 2 a.m. and a popular cocktail bar with its own individual recipes. The shopping arcade with a gift shop and theatre ticket terminal, hairdressing salon, chemist and bank are added facilities for its guests.
Under the same professional ownership as the Bryanston Court, this charming hotel continually attracts repeat visitors. Adjacent to the Bryanston Court, guests are accommodated in tastefully furnished rooms all with bath or shower, WC, TV, radio and telephone. The Concorde also has a small bar and breakfast room.
BLACKPOOL, DORIC HOTEL
Standing on Queens Promenade overlooking the sea, the amenities include regular dancing, family disco, open air swimming pool, indoor heated pool, sauna, solarium and games room. All rooms with bath or shower, WC, sea view on request.
SOUTHPORT, ROYAL CLIFTON HOTEL
Overlooking picturesque gardens and marine lake; a short distance from famous Lord Street; games room, lounges, cocktail bar. 150 rooms with tea/coffee making facilities, radio and telephone.
A small establishment located 200 yards from Windemere village centre; under the personal supervision of Mr & Mrs N. Fowels. Two lounges, adjoining bar, good home cooking and friendly atmosphere make this a holiday to remember.
Located close to Piccadilly, this well established hotel offers a spacious reception area, La Lafayette restaurant, and 4th Hussars Bar. In 1900 the Washington was an exclusive hotel for well bred ladies - the restaurant bar and stylish bedrooms of the present hotel are its worthy successors; 160 rooms with bath, TV, radio, direct dial phones.
At which hotel________________ ?
A people return to stay again
B only female guests used to stay
C you can make your own drinks
D you can buy presents and souvenirs
E you can enjoy exclusively live music
F you can taste homemade food
G the restaurant offers national dishes
H you are offered the most entertainment
Task 4. READING
Read the text below. Choose from (A-H) the one which best fits each space (17-22). There are two choices you do not need to use. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet
Queen Elizabeth Voted Greatest Living Briton
The British public has voted for Queen Elizabeth II as the Greatest Living Briton for 2007. She beat former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, ex-prime minister Baroness Thatcher
and pop superstar Robbie Williams to the top spot. (17)__________________ at the star-studded
ceremony to collect the award in person. However, her youngest son Prince Edward
made a special tribute to his mother via a video link. (18)_______________________ among her
people in recent years. She has been on the throne since 1953 and is one of the few
British royals to escape scandals. (19)________________ after Diana, Princess of Wales, died
in Paris in 1997, but she remains a much loved figure today.
The award for Greatest Living Briton is a new one. (20)__________________ , one of Britain’s
most popular television companies. Guy Freeman of ITV said: “The Great Britons 2007 was a fantastic ceremony [showing] all that is so great about the United Kingdom.”
(21)____________ set to become an annual event. The first winner, in 2005, was Tim
Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web. (22)____________________ for soccer star
David Beckham, who picked up the Award for Global Achievement. This is for his performance on the soccer field, his charity work and his efforts around the world to promote Britain and British culture.
A He added that the awards ceremony is
B Her popularity declined
C The Queen has enjoyed great popularity
D It is given by ITV
E The Queen was not present
F Another award given at the ceremony was
G He was the first to be awarded
H Queen Elizabeth got her highest award
Task 5. Use of English
Read the text below. For questions (23-32) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.
Formal and Informal Manners
It is polite to say ‘hello’ or ‘good morning’ to somebody you meet, to say ‘please’ and ‘thank
you’ to family and friends as well as to strangers, and to (23)______________ if you hurt or upset
somebody A warm tone of voice and a smile are also (24)_______________ .
People shake hands when they are introduced to somebody for the first time but, except in business, rarely do so when they meet again. Nowadays, unless there is a great age
(25)___________ , most adults use each other’s first names straightaway In shops and banks,
on aircraft, etc. customers are often addressed (26)______________ as ‘Sir’ or ‘Madam’ to show
that they are important to the company.
Manners are expected even in situations when it is (27)______________ to talk. A well-mannered
driver may, for instance, slow down to (28)_____________ somebody to cross the road or make
a gesture of thanks when another driver lets him or her pass.
In the past but less commonly today, people often bought books on etiquette to leam how to
(29)________ ___ in polite society. Such books give suggestions for behaviour in very formal
situations and do not help much with normal life.
Formal manners are (30)_____________ of the British stereotype. British people used to shake
hands when meeting somebody, make polite conversation on general topics, but otherwise
remain distant. Men used to (31)______________ their hat when a woman passed, walk on the outside of the pavement when with a woman so that she did not get splashed by traffic, and hold doors open for her. (32)_____________ feelings under control was also part of good manners, and it was not thought appropriate to show anger, affection, etc. in public.
|31||take away||take off||take out||take down|
Task 5. Use of English
Read the texts below. For questions (33-42) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.
How Our World Is Connected
Today (33) _________ than ever, every place in our world is connected to every
(34) _________ place. To understand the far-reaching implications of decisions,
(35) _________ must understand how human and natural systems connect places to each
other. For example, in (36) _________ , scientists discovered that the (37) _________
winds that speed flights from Chicago to Boston were also carrying power plant emissions from the Midwest that were causing acid rain in New England.
|36||1980th||the 1980s||1980s||the 1980th|
Cesar Chavez Day
Cesar Chavez Day (38)____________ on March 31 each year. The holiday serves as a tribute
to his commitment to social justice and respect (39)_______________ human dignity. To honour
his memory a day has been established as a holiday in several states (40)________________
Arizona, California, Colorado, Michigan, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wisconsin. Chavez
is honoured because he was a leader who fought (41)_______________ the exploitation of farm
workers. He worked for fair pay, safe working conditions, good housing and equal rights. One
of (42)___________ famous quotes is “jSi, se puede!” Yes, you can! Those words have been
an inspiration for many people, especially in Mexican-American community.
|38||is observing||observes||observed||is observed|
43. You have received a letter from your English pen-friend in which he/she is complaining that his/her parents’ taste in clothes and his/her own preferences are different. So they sometimes argue when buying new things for him/her. Write a letter to your English pen-friend in which you tell him/her
- whether you have the same problem
- what everyday and holiday clothes you prefer
- give him/her advice on how to reach a compromise with his/her parents
Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.
1-F; 2-B; 3-E; 4-H; 5-G;
6A; 7-D; 8-B; 9-C; 10-B;
11-D; 12-A; 13-H; 14-C; 15-F; 16-B;
17-E; 18-C; 19-B; 20-D; 21-A; 22-F;
23-D; 24-B; 25-D 26-A; 27-C; 28-A; 29-B; 30-A; 31-B; 32-C;
33-B; 34-A; 35-D; 36-B; 37-C; 38-D; 39-B; 40-B; 41-A 42-C