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Контрольная работа для 7 класса по английскому языку

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контрольная работа для 7 класса по теме Can People Do Without You? (Кузовлев В.П.)

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Test 3

  1. Listening

Listen to Amanda, Pete and Kelly talking about what they do for charity. Match the names of the teenagers with what they do. Use the names more than once. You will hear the recording twice.

  1. ______donates money to charity.

  2. ______ is involved in volunteer work at school.

  3. ______wears clothes from charity shops.

  4. ______volunteers at the nursing home.

  5. ______raised money to help animals.

  1. Reading

Read the text about Red Nose Day and decide if the statements below are true or false.

Red Nose Day

Comic Relief, a charity that helps people in need in Africa and in the UK, was started in 1985 by the script writer Richard Curtis. Richard’s idea to start Comic Relief was as a response to the severe famine in Ethiopia. Comic Relief raises money by organizing an event called Red Nose Day. It’s called Red Nose Day because on this day many people buy a plastic or foam red nose to wear. The money made from the sales of red noses goes to the charity.

Red Nose Day takes place every two years in the spring and is now so well-established that many people consider it to be a type of unofficial holiday with, for example, schools across the UK having non-uniform day. Money raising events take place all over the country and many schools participate. In the evening of Red Nose Day a “telethon” takes place on the BBC channels. This is like a televised marathon that shows a lot of events of the day, as well as lots of comic programmes and reports about the money people donated. It’s because people like to know where the money they donate is going to.

In 1997 Red Nose Day event, hold on March 14th, raised over £27 million for charity. The Spice Girls song Who Do You Think You Are became the official Comic Relief single of this event and sold 672,577 copies. In 2001 the total raised was £61 million. That year, 5.8 million red noses were sold, about 10% of the UK population.

famine – голод

participate – участвовать

population – население

  1. Comic Relief helps people only in Africa.__

  2. Comic Relief started 22 years ago._______

  3. This charity was organized by a famous singer. _________

  4. Richard Curtis started Comic Relief because of the war in Ethiopia. _____

  5. Red Nose Day happens every year. _____

  6. Only schools take part in money raising events on Red Nose Day.____

Grammar and Vocabulary

  1. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct option.

Every school year begins with a lesson on volunteering. These lessons (1)_______a lot to all pupils. This year we watched a video about needy people in the Dominican Republic. After the video, our school charity committee (2)_____up with the idea of fundraising for a school in the Dominican Republic. We wanted to help them. We (3)______ three huge boxes of toys, clothes and sweets for the pupils of our sister school. We also organized a concert to raise money for the school. Everybody wanted to (4)____ a contribution. Our teachers and parents were also involved (5)_____the event. When the concert was (6)_____, we gathered for tea and biscuits. We talked about what we had (7)_____and were happy to make a difference. It was an excellent day with lots of great learning. Our fundraising helped to redecorate the school library and the computer classroom. We also invited the pupils from our sister school to visit our town. Now we are (8)____forward to meeting our new friends.

  1. provide

  1. mean

  1. offer

  1. came

  1. went

  1. put

  1. contributed

  1. donated

  1. raised

  1. do

  1. make

  1. give

  1. in

  1. at

  1. to

  1. off

  1. out

  1. over

  1. achieved

  1. discovered

  1. supported

  1. looking

  1. seeing

  1. watching

  1. Open the brackets using Complex Object

  1. I want (they, stay) at the hotel.

  2. We would like (she, go shopping) with us.

  3. We considered (he, be) an honest man.

  4. Our teacher made (we, rewrite) the essay.

  5. Father let (they, wash) his car.

  6. The teacher let (we, go) home earlier.

  1. Make up sentences with Complex Object.

  1. the text / the teacher / wanted / to translate / the pupils.

  2. her son / clean / the mother / his room / made.

  3. my / let / sister / explain / me / the situation.

  4. didn’t expect / Alice / the exams / in / to start / April.


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