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ЕГЭ онлайн. Английский язык 2021
Выполните третье задание демоверсии по чтению, самое объемное. На все три текста отводится примерно 30 минут. Проверьте себя и на время. Если еще не выполняли первый и второй тест, перейдите по ссылкам. Правда, все эти задания остались прошлогодними.
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания 12–18. В каждом задании запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.
iGeneration: teenagers affected by phones
One day last summer, around noon, I called Athena, a 13-year-old who lives in Houston, Texas. She answered her phone – she has had an iPhone since she was 11 – sounding as if she’d just woken up. We chatted about her favorite songs and TV shows, and I asked her what she likes to do with her friends. “We go to the mall,” she said. “Do your parents drop you off?” I asked, recalling my own middleschool days, in the 1980s, when I’d enjoy a few parent-free hours shopping with my friends. “No – I go with my family,” she replied. “We’ll go with my mom and brothers and walk a little behind them. I just have to tell my mom where we are going. I have to check in every hour or every 30 minutes.”
Those mall trips are infrequent – about once a month. More often, Athena and her friends spend time together on their phones, unchaperoned. Unlike the teens of my generation, who might have spent an evening tying up the family landline with gossip, they talk on Snapchat, a smartphone app that allows users to send pictures and videos that quickly disappear. They make sure to keep up their Snapstreaks, which show how many days in a row they have Snapchatted with each other. She told me she had spent most of the summer hanging out alone in her room with her phone. That is just the way her generation is, she said. “We didn’t know any life other than with iPads or iPhones. I think we like our phones more than we like actual people.”
Some generational changes are positive, some are negative, and many are both. More comfortable in their bedrooms than in a car or at a party, today’s teens are physically safer than teens have ever been. They are markedly less likely to get into a car accident and, having less of a taste for alcohol than their predecessors, are less susceptible to drinking’s attendant ills.
Psychologically, however, they are more vulnerable than Millennials were: rates of teen depression and suicide have skyrocketed since 2011. It is not an exaggeration to describe iGen as being on the brink of the worst mental-health crisis in decades. Much of this deterioration can be traced to their phones.
However, in my conversations with teens, I saw hopeful signs that kids themselves are beginning to link some of their troubles to their ever-present phone. Athena told me that when she does spend time with her friends in person, they are often looking at their device instead of at her. “I’m trying to talk to them about something, and they don’t actually look at my face,” she said. “They’re looking at their phone, or they’re looking at their Apple Watch.” “What does that feel like, when you’re trying to talk to somebody face-to-face and they’re not looking at
you?” I asked. “It kind of hurts,” she said. “It hurts. I know my parents’ generation didn’t do that. I could be talking about something super important to me, and they wouldn’t even be listening.”
Once, she told me, she was hanging out with a friend who was texting her boyfriend. “I was trying to talk to her about my family, and what was going on, and she was like, ‘Uh-huh, yeah, whatever.’ So I took her phone out of her hands and I threw it at the wall.”
Though it is aggressive behavior that I don’t support, on the other hand – it is a step towards a life with limited phone use. So, if I were going to give advice for a happy adolescence, it would be straightforward: put down the phone, turn off the laptop, and do something – anything – that does not involve a screen.
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Онлайн тест демоверсии ЕГЭ 2021. Чтение
Английский язык задание 11
Вставьте нужные цифры и нажмите Check для самопроверки. После выполнения задания к этому тексту можно перейти на последний тест 12-18 или вернуться к тесту 10. Обратите внимание! Все задания по чтению были такими же в демо 2020 года.
Belyovskaya pastila is a souvenir E____________. It has made since the 19th century in the town of Belyov near Tula. This is a very special kind of Russian confection. Though it is called “pastila”, it is not a marshmallow style delicacy. Belyovskaya pastila is made of dried apples. After they have been dried, they are mixed with egg whites and sugar and whipped. Belyovskaya pastila is similar to a cake, F____________ of apples. It is considered to be a natural product, and it is not of average price. Tourists can buy this kind of sweet at some confectioner’s shops throughout Moscow.
Демо ЕГЭ по английскому языку 2021
Раздел 2 («Чтение»), как и раньше, содержит 9 заданий. Рекомендуемое время на выполнение заданий раздела 2 составляет 30 минут. Текст и задания остались такими же, как в 2020 году.
Выполните онлайн первый текст по чтению, а следующий смотрите здесь.
Most of Africa’s rural peoples use natural resources that are locally available for their homes. In grasslands, people typically use grass to cover the walls and roofs. In forested areas, they use hardwoods as well as bamboo and raffia palm. Earth and clay are also major resources used in construction. In areas with few natural resources, people often live as nomads, moving from place to place. Instead of making permanent homes, they usually use simple shelters or tents made of animal skins and woven hair.
An architect must consider how a structure will be used and by whom. An apartment building, a palace, a hospital, a museum, an airport, and a sports arena all have different construction requirements. Another factor is the ideas the structure should communicate. For example, some buildings are made to impress people with a display of power and wealth; others – to make everyone feel welcome. Other things to consider are the location and surrounding environment, including weather, and the cost of materials.
Did you know that an eleven-year-old child first created the Popsicle? The boy’s name was Frank Epperson. In 1905, Frank left a mixture of water and powdered soda out on his porch by mistake. It also contained a stir stick. That night, fortunately for Frank, the temperatures fell to a record low. As a result, he discovered the substance had frozen to the stick, and a frozen fruit flavoured ice treat was created. He decided to call it the epsicle, which was later patented by him and named as Popsicle.
As Earth goes around the sun, the North Pole points to the same direction in space. For about six months every year, the North Pole is tilted towards the sun. During this time, the Northern Hemisphere gets more direct sunlight than the Southern Hemisphere and more hours of daylight. During the other six months, the North Pole is tilted away from the sun. When the Northern Hemisphere gets the most sunlight, it experiences spring and summer. At the same time, the Southern Hemisphere gets autumn and winter.
In southern Peru, there is an isolated plateau where the wind almost never blows. Here, around the year 400 to 650 AD, the people of the Nazca culture created the famous Nazca lines, by removing the red stones covering the ground so that the white earth beneath was visible. These Nazca lines are actually portraits of animals such as monkeys, birds or fish. It is a mystery how such a primitive civilization could create such artwork with precision when they had no means of viewing their work from the air.
Antarctica, which is the southernmost and fifth largest continent, does not have twenty-four-hour periods divided into days and nights. In the South Pole, the sun rises on about September 21 and moves in a circular path until it sets on about March 22. This “day”, or summer, is six months long. During this period, if the weather conditions are good, the sun can be seen twenty-four hours a day. From March 22 until September 21, the South Pole is dark, and Antarctica has its “night”, or winter.
Any ship that hits an iceberg can be damaged. The most famous iceberg in history sank the “Titanic”, a ship travelling in the northern Atlantic Ocean, on April 15, 1912. The ship’s side scraped the iceberg, which tore holes in the hull. Within three hours, the ship was at the bottom of the ocean. After the loss of the “Titanic”, several nations worked together to establish the International Ice Patrol. Today the U.S. Coast Guard runs the patrol, which warns ships about icebergs floating in Atlantic shipping routes.
Досрочный ЕГЭ по английскому языку 2020 Грамматика и лексика.
Те, кто готовится к ЕГЭ по английскому языку могут здесь потренироваться в выполнении лексико-грамматического теста по реальным материалам досрочного ЕГЭ 2020 года. Остальные тесты и тренажер устной части этого варианта смотрите здесь.
Весь раздел из трех заданий заключен в одном тесте, выполнив который вы получите общий результат.
1 задание на грамматику, (времена глагола, местоимения, степени сравнения и т.д.)
2 задание на словообразование.
3 задание на лексику.
При выполнении 1 и 2 задания впечатайте свои варианты ответов словами, а в третьем только номера выбранных слов. Для проверки нажмите на кнопку Check.
*Можно выполнять задания выборочно, не обращая внимания на проценты. Просто невыполненные и неверные ответы останутся в окошечках. Можно делать исправления.
Раздел 3. Грамматика и лексика
Досрочный ЕГЭ 2020. Онлайн тест по аудированию.
Те, кто готовится сдавать ЕГЭ по английскому языку или просто хочет улучшить свои знания по предмету, стараются использовать любую возможность попрактиковаться в аудировании. Особенно полезно примерить на себя реальные варианты экзамена. На три текста раздела Listening отводится 30 минут.
Обратите внимание, в данных вариантах аудио текстов отсутствуют все вводные объяснения и паузы. Чтобы прослушать запись второй раз, просто включите её сначала. Так вы сэкономите время, так легче найти непонятные абзацы и т.д. Но всё же для начала попробуйте выполнить все задания подряд самостоятельно. Результат можно увидеть сразу, щелкнув по кнопке Check.
В левой колонке теста расположены все три задания, а в правой даны таблицы для заполнения.
Другие онлайн тесты и тренажеры смотрите в разделе Учащимся.Экзамены и ВПР.
1. Time travel might be very risky.
2. Time travel is probably impossible.
3. Time travel may be a chance to live in another epoch.
4. Time travel has more pros than cons.
5. A time machine can help us learn about our past.
6. We need to wait to be able to travel through time.
7. A time machine is a chance to see the future.
№2. Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений А–G соответствуют содержанию текста (1 – True), какие не соответствуют (2 – False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 – Not stated). Занесите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа в таблицу. Вы услышите запись дважды.
A. John and Sandra live in the UK.
B. John is pessimistic about the weather for the next week.
C. Sandra’s parents travel very often.
D. It’s Sandra’s first visit to Thailand.
E. The best time to visit the floating markets is the midday.
F. Sandra’s mother didn’t buy anything in Bangkok.
G. John thinks it’s not worth going to Bangkok’s markets.
№3. Вы услышите интервью. В заданиях 3–9 запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.
3. What do we learn about Peter Green at the beginning of the interview?
1) He has no experience of working in Hollywood.
2) His parents were quite rich people.
3) His childhood years weren’t easy.
4. How does Peter describe himself at the beginning of his TV career?
5. What helped Peter to get his first TV job?
1) Writing 25 scripts.
2) Meeting a TV boss.
3) Doing things his way.
6. What did Peter feel while working on his first project?
7. How does Peter’s teaching experience help him be a producer?
1) He learnt teambuilding techniques at school.
2) He knows how to deal with different people.
3) He can be a strict mentor for his team now.
8. Which of the following is TRUE about Peter at work?
1) He is ready to build up his team.
2) He has a low opinion of TV in general.
3) He never invites any freelancers.
9. What does Peter dislike about his present job?
1) Having to travel to and from work.
2) Having too many colleagues.
3) Having to work very quickly.
Досрочный ЕГЭ 2020 английский язык. Чтение 3
Итак, третье последнее задание по чтению №12-18 досрочного ЕГЭ 2020 года. Это реальный открытый вариант для подготовки к итоговой аттестации по английскому языку, предоставленный фипи. Выполняем в виде онлайн теста и сразу видим свои результаты. Текст рассчитан на полное понимание, так что будьте внимательны ко всем деталям. Задания по аудированию, лексике и грамматике и устной речи смотрите в меню материалов по ЕГЭ за 2020 год.
Agatha Christie’s secret life as an archaeologist
Married in 1930 to Max Mallowan, an eminent archaeologist, Christie spent two decades living on excavation sites in the Middle East, writing her crimenovels and helping out with her husband’s work. Travel by boat and on the Orient Express to Cairo, Damascus and Baghdad provided ideas for some of Christie’s best-known works of detective fiction, including “Murder on the Orient Express”, “Death on the Nile”, and “Murder in Mesopotamia”.
Now, 3,000-year-old ivory artifacts recovered by Mallowan between 1949 and 1963 from the ancient city of Nimrud, in what is now Iraq, and likely cleaned by his famous wife using cotton wool buds and face cream, are currently on display at the British Museum in London. “Face cream in fact is quite a good thing to clean (artifacts) with. Obviously conservators now wouldn’t use that, but I don’t think it has done (the pieces) any harm,” he claimed, adding that in fact it was quite resourceful of Christie to think of applying her Innoxa face cream to the fragile, dirty pieces. “Agatha, who was very conscious of being fifteen years older than her husband, travelled everywhere with her moisturiser and it was just the right consistency for cleaning artifacts,” said Henrietta McCall, the author of “The Life of Max Mallowan: Archaeology and Agatha Christie.”
Christie’s interest in archaeology, according to McCall, went deeper than support for her husband’s work and even formed the backdrop to works such as “Murder in Mesopotamia”, in which the culprit turns out to be an archaeologist. Several of the characters in the book can be traced to the people Christie knew from a dig in Ur in what is modern Iraq, including the murder victim, which McCall believes is based on the wife of archaeologist Leonard Woolley. “She made a wonderful quote on archaeology and crime detection, that they are very similar because you have to clear away the debris to reveal the shining truth,” said McCall. And Christie’s elaborate plotting and clue building came in handy when piecing together broken artifacts.
According to the archaeologist Charlotte Trumpler, “Christie was of course fascinated by puzzles, using little archaeological fragments, and she had a gift for piecing them together very patiently.” Trumpler co-curated a 2001-2 travelling exhibition “Agatha Christie and Archaeology: Mystery in Mesopotamia” alongside Henrietta McCall.
Although Christie played an important role in her husband’s work, even financing many of his expeditions, she was, according to McCall, very modest about her contributions. She was fiercely proud of Mallowan, who is often referred to as one of the best-known archaeologists of the post-WWII period. However, Trumpler believes that though Christie never publically mentioned it, her contribution to archaeology was larger than she imagined. Her notes and black and white photographs of excavation sites are used by archaeologists and researchers even today, she said.
Christie’s readiness to muck in and help her husband, says Trumpler, stemmed from her desire to be a devoted wife but also from a fascination with the Middle East that stayed with her for many years. “Everyone thinks Agatha Christie was a bit like the character Miss Marple, that she lived in England and was into knitting and looking after the garden,” said Trumpler. “Actually, she wasn’t … she had such a fascinating life apart from being an author.”
- The word pedigree (“... the extent of Agatha Chistie’s pedigree”) in Paragraph 1 is
synonymous to …
- What do we learn about Agatha Christie from the second paragraph?
- Some of her voyages and journeys inspired her.
- Her husband’s work put her off writing novels.
- She was responsible for the excavation work.
- Her husband discussed his discoveries with her.
- The word it in Paragraph 3 (“... I don’t think it has done …”) refers to using …
- her good idea.
- her moisturiser.
- discovered artifacts.
- a special tool.
- According to Henrietta McCall, Agatha Christie found similarity between archaeology and crime detection because …
- people enjoy discovering what is hidden.
- archaeologists turn out to be criminals.
- the discovery requires a lot of digging up.
- clearing away the rubbish is really hard.
- Which statement is TRUE according to the archaeologist Charlotte Trumpler?Agatha Christie …
- could make a whole from parts.
- loved solving jigsaw puzzles.
- was a famous archaeologist.
- used to be a very impatient person.
- Why does Charlotte Trumpler admire Christie’s role in archaeology?
- Her money helped her husband’s expeditions.
- Her modesty is an example for other archaeologists.
- She promoted Mallowan archaeological research.
- The records she made are still in demand nowadays.
- What is the main idea of the last paragraph?
- Agatha Christie supported her husband’s work.
- The famous writer had very common hobbies.
- Little do we know about Agatha Christie’s life.
- Miss Marple is similar in character to her creator.