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ЕГЭ B4-B10 демо 2014
грамматика и лексика

Прочитайте приведённые ниже тексты. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в скобках, обозначенных номерами B4–B10, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текстов. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы B4–B10.

ЕГЭ чтение A15-A21 демо 2014

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А15–А21. В каждом задании отметьте цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Why I sent Oxford a rejection letter
A little over a month ago, I sent Oxford a rejection email that parodied the thousands that they send each year. Much to my surprise, it has become a bit of an Internet hit, and has provoked reactions of both horror and amusement.
In my letter I wrote: "I have now considered your establishment as a place to read Law (Jurisprudence). I very much regret to inform you that I will be withdrawing my application. I realize you may be disappointed by this decision, but you were in competition with many fantastic universities and following your interview, I am afraid you do not quite meet the standard of the universities I will be considering."
I sent the email after returning from my interview at Magdalen College, Oxford, to prove to a couple of my friends that Oxbridge did not need to be held in awe. One of them subsequently shared it on Facebook because he found it funny.
I certainly did not expect the email to spread as far as it has. Varying between offers of TV interviews and hundreds of enthusiastic Facebook messages, it has certainly been far-reaching. Many of my friends and undoubtedly many strangers were unable to comprehend that I'd sent such an email to this bastion of prestige and privilege. Why was I not afraid of damaging my future prospects as a lawyer? Didn't I think this might hurt my chances with other universities?
For me, such questions paint a picture of a very cynical society. I do not want to study law because I want to be rich, or wear an uncomfortable wig and cloak. Perhaps optimistically, I want to study law because I am interested in justice.
To me, withdrawing my application to an institution that is a symbol of unfairness in both our education and the legal system (which is so dominated by Oxbridge graduates) makes perfect sense, and I am reluctant to be part of a system so heavily dominated by such a narrow group of self-selecting elites.
So, why did I apply in the first place? If you're achieving high grades at A-level (or equivalent), you can feel quite a lot of pressure to "prove yourself" by getting an Oxbridge offer. Coupled with the fact that I grew up on benefits in council estates throughout Bristol – not a type of heritage often associated with an Oxbridge interview – I decided to give it a try.
It was only at the interview that I started to question what exactly I was trying to prove. I was well aware that fantastic candidates are often turned down, and I did not believe that this was a true reflection of their academic potential.
Although I share concern that not going to Oxbridge gives you a "chip on your shoulder", I did not write to Oxford to avoid the risk of being labeled as an "Oxbridge reject": I already am one. Last year I made an (admittedly weak) application to Cambridge and was inevitably rejected post-interview.
A year ago, I was in awe of the beautiful buildings of Oxbridge, but today I am in awe of the sheer number of people who, like me, have managed to not take it so seriously. Ultimately, I am not harming Oxford by laughing at it, and it is an amazing feeling to realize that so many people are enjoying my email. Actually, I was amazed to know how many people of different ages bothered to read it and even to leave their comments about it in Facebook. I had fun reading some of them, too.


  1. A15 The email letter the author sent to Oxford was meant to be …
    1) desperate.
    2) respectful.
    3) mocking.
    4) regretful.
  2. A16 The letter caused so much response because people …
    1) fully agreed with the message.
    2) were outraged with the letter.
    3) wanted to defend Oxbridge.
    4) found the topic exciting.
  3. A17 The author accuses society of cynicism because …
    1) universities are very selective.
    2) people supported Oxbridge.
    3) people seem to be more worried about reputations.
    4) lawyers do their job for high incomes.
  4. A18 Judging by paragraph 7, the author comes from a family which is …
    1) educated.
    2) big.
    3) aristocratic.
    4) not very rich.
  5. A19 The author believes that the selection to Oxbridge …
    1) is hard to understand.
    2) is unfair.
    3) reveals candidates’ abilities.
    4) needs improvement.
  6. A20 The expression “chip on your shoulder” in paragraph 9 means …
    1) feelings of unfair treatment.
    2) reflection of one’s potential.
    3) below-average performance.
    4) record of achievements.
  7. A21 “It” in ‘have managed to not take it so seriously’ in the last paragraph refers to …
    1) Oxbridge rejection.
    2) Oxford.
    3) university studies.
    4) university interview.


ЕГЭ чтение B3 демо 2014

Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A–F частями предложений, обозначенными цифрами 1–7. Одна из частей в списке 1–7 лишняя. Занесите цифры, обозначающие соответствующие части предложений, в таблицу.

Mobile phones On New Year’s Day, 1985, Michael Harrison phoned his father, Sir Ernest, to wish him a happy new year. Sir Ernest was chairman of Racal Electronics, the
owner of Vodafone, A ___________.
At the time, mobile phones weighed almost a kilogram, cost several thousand pounds and provided only 20 minutes talktime. The networks themselves were small; Vodafone had just a dozen masts covering London. Nobody had any idea of the huge potential of wireless communication and the dramatic impact
B _____________.
Hardly anyone believed there would come a day when mobile phones were so popular C ___________. But in 1999 one mobile phone was sold in the UK every four seconds, and by 2004 there were more mobile phones in the UK than people. The boom was a result of increased competition which pushed prices lower and created innovations in the way that mobiles were sold.
When the government introduced more competition, companies started cutting prices to attract more customers. Cellnet, for example, changed its prices, D_____________. It also introduced local call tariffs.
The way that handsets themselves were marketed was also changing and it was Finland’s Nokia who made E _____________. In the late 1990s Nokia realized that the mobile phone was a fashion item: so it offered interchangeable covers which allowed you to customize and personalize your handset.
The mobile phone industry has spent the later part of the past decade reducing its monthly charge F ____________, which has culminated in the fight between the iPhone and a succession of touch screen rivals.

1. trying to persuade people to do more with their phones than just call and text
2. that there would be more phones in the UK than there are people
3. and relying instead on actual call charges
4. that mobile phones would have over the next quarter century
5. the leap from phones as technology to phones as fashion items
6. and his son was making the first-ever mobile phone call in the UK
7. the move to digital technology, connecting machines to wireless networks

ЕГЭ чтение B2 демо 2014

Установите соответствие между заголовками 1–8 и текстами A–G. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

1. Travel memories
2. Animal lover magazine
3. Travel to stars
4. Star dreams
  5. Popular hobby
6. Family magazine
7. People and nature
8. Animals in danger

 A. Most people who spend a holiday travelling take a camera with them and photograph anything that interests them – sights of a city, views of mountains, lakes, waterfalls, men and women, children, ruins of ancient buildings, and even birds and animals. Later looking through their albums they will remember the happy time they have had, the islands, countries and cities they have seen.

B. Of course, different people dream of different things. Someone wishes a calm and quiet life; others imagine their life as a never-ending adventure. The majority dream of something concrete: a villa in some warm place, an account in a Swiss bank, a splendid car… It’s interesting to know what the dreams of people who already have all this are. Celebrities, as we know, never hide their unusual hobbies, and often shock us with their extravagant behaviour.

C. It is Junior Baseball Magazine’s mission to provide information that enhances the youth baseball experience for the entire family. The player improves his skills and is more successful. The family enjoys the activity more and shares this precious time in their life. Junior Baseball emphasizes good sportsmanship, safety, physical fitness and wholesome family values.

D. The seas are in danger. They are filled with poison like industrial, nuclear and chemical waste. The Mediterranean Sea is already nearly dead; the North Sea is following it. The Aral Sea is on the brink of extinction. If nothing is done about it, one day nothing will be able to live in the seas. Every ten minutes one species of animal, plant or insect dies out forever.

E. Lots of people all over the world enjoy collecting stamps. Stamps are like little pictures. Very often they show the flowers or the trees which grow in this or that country, or they can show different kinds of transport of the country. Stamps may also have portraits of famous people on them. Some stamps show art work from the history of the country.

F. “Friend” is the title of my favourite magazine. It consists of 70 pages, with lots of colourful and bright pictures and provides interesting and useful information for people who love animals. The magazine includes numerous articles devoted to various topics connected with domestic animals, ways to take care of them, pet food, animal health and many other topics crucial for any animal lover.

G. People are beginning to realize that environmental problems are not just somebody else’s. Many people join and support various international organizations and green parties. What could be more important than human life? Polluted air, poisoned water, wastelands, noise, smoke – all these influence not only nature but people as well. Everything should be done to improve ecological conditions on our planet.

Прочитайте приведенные ниже тексты. Преобразуйте слова, данные в скобках и впечатайте их с клавиатуры в пропуски. Слова группы B4-B10 должны грамматически соответствовать содержанию текста, а слова группы В11-В16 (текст Buckingham Palace) - грамматически и лексически.

Пробный ЕГЭ 2013. Лексика и грамматика А22-А28

Диагностическая работа №2

Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами А22-А28. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям А22-А28, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. В каждом задании выберите один ответ.


John was born in a four-room shack in East Texas. The Fallen men for three generations back had been loggers. As a boy, John had A22 ______to his uncles and his grandfather recount tales of the hard labor they performed day after day. John’s father had been killed by a falling tree when John was three. As soon as he was old enough, as was expected of all the males in his family, John spent his summers working on the logging A23 ______ with his grandfather and three uncles. He hated every minute of it. There had to be something more to life.
The night John A24 ______from high school his grandfather presented him with a new pair of logger’s boots. He left the new boots at home.
He arrived A25 ______ Houston with thirty dollars in his jeans and his heart pounding with excitement. He loved everything about the city-the towering buildings, the bustle, the aura of power. To his naïve eighteen-year-old eyes, all the well-dressed men and women carrying briefcases looked successful and important. He A26 ______ up his mind on the spot that someday he would be one of them. Over the next year John held a variety of jobs, usually more than one at a time. He worked as a delivery boy, a meter reader, a waiter, a cab driver, a shoe salesman, a department store clerk. The jobs A27 ______ a roof over his head and his belly full, but he wanted more. The desperate yearning and fiery ambition that had made him flee from the East Texas woods still burned inside him. Then he began to A28 ______ in motion some ideas he’d been working on for the past year.

  1. A22
  2. A23
  3. A24
  4. A25
  5. A26
  6. A27
  7. A28



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