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Досрочный ОГЭ 2020 онлайн. Английский язык чтение 9

Раздел 2 (задания по чтению) содержит 8 заданий на понимание двух прочитанных текстов. Рекомендуемое время на выполнение заданий раздела – 30 минут.

Тест по второму тексту 10-16 можно выполнить здесь. Ответы сразу. 

Вы проводите информационный поиск в ходе выполнения проектной работы. Определите, в каком из текстов AF содержатся ответы на интересующие Вас вопросы 1–7. Один из вопросов останется без ответа. Занесите Ваши ответы в таблицу и нажмите Check.

Установите соответствие между текстами A–F и заголовками 1–7. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.
A.
One of the informal names of Ireland is ‘the Emerald Isle’. This is because of its lush greenery and rolling hills. The island country receives a lot of rain each year, which keeps the grass green and the plants blooming. Experts argue that the flora of Ireland demonstrates more than forty shades of green.
B.
The most famous symbol of Ireland is undoubtedly the shamrock clover. However, the official emblem of the country is the Celtic harp. Ireland is the only country in the world to have a musical instrument as its national symbol. The harp has become Ireland’s national symbol not because it was created there, but due to the collection of the oldest harps in the world which can now be seen in the museum at Trinity College in Dublin.
C.
There is a tricolour of green, white and orange vertical stripes on the national flag of the Republic of Ireland. The flag was designed to reflect the country’s political situation. Created in 1848, the orange stripe represents Irish Protestants. Green is for Irish Catholics and white is for the hope that peace might eventually be reached between them.
D.
Most people of the Republic of Ireland speak English. It is the second official language of the country because, according to the Constitution, Irish (Gaelic) is the national language of the Republic of Ireland. Irish was the primary language that was used on the island. Though children are still taught Irish at school, the language is losing its importance.
E.
The White House, the official residence of the US President, was designed by an Irishman. James Hoban was born in Ireland and studied architecture in his homeland. In 1792, James Hoban won a competition for the construction of the President's house in America. He spent nine years supervising the building process. He also designed a few other important buildings in the American capital. No wonder that the name of James Hoban is famous across the ocean.
F.
The widely used word boycott originated in Ireland. In 1880, a campaign of isolation against Charles Boycott, a land agent, was started. He threw out the farmers from his land when they complained that the rents were too high. After that, the local shops refused to serve him, his servants left and the boy who delivered his mail disappeared too. The surname of the land agent became a word which means ‘silently ignoring somebody or something’. The word was adopted in English, French, Dutch, German, Russian etc.
1.How many official languages are there in the Republic of Ireland?
2.Which colour dominates on the island?
3.What do the colours of the Irish flag mean?
4.What Irish name is now used as a noun in several European languages?
5.After what Irish person did a geographical place get its name?
6.What are the two things associated with the country?
7.Why is the name of an Irishman well-known in the United States?

Ответы:

A- B-

C- D-

E- F-

Досрочный ОГЭ 2020 по английскому: онлайн тест Чтение 10-16

Если вы уже выполнили тест по тексту задания 9, можете перейти к следующему.

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений 1-7 (10–16 в бумажном варианте) 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). Отметьте выбранные ответы в тесте и нажмите Get score

Все правильные ответы появятся сразу, но не смотрите на них, если у вас были ошибки, т.е. результат показывает менее 100%. Лучше нажмите Clear и попробуйте ещё раз.

Jamie Oliver

    Jamie Oliver is a genius in the world of food and one of Britain's most famous cooks. He has encouraged people to spend more time in the kitchen and enjoy it. His programmes are shown in over 100 countries including the USA, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Japan and Iceland. They were translated into over 30 languages, Jamie Oliver's cookery books are bestsellers not only in the UK but across the world.
    Jamie Oliver was born in 1975 in England. From an early age he got interested in food. His parents had a pub where he often helped them in the kitchen. He actually began working there at the age of eight. Jamie cut vegetables like any other ordinary worker in the pub.
    Jamie Oliver left school at 16 without any official certificate. He went to Westminster College to study economics and after that travelled to France. Jamie knew that in France cooking was a kind of art. And he wanted to master that art. It was no doubt the best place to study if he wished to become a professional chef.
    After returning from France, Jamie worked in a number of British restaurants. At that time there was a programme on the telly about the café where Jamie worked. TV producers were impressed by the young chef. The next day Jamie received calls from five different TV companies wishing to work with him. He soon became the best-liked celebrity chef on television and his programme was a real revolution in cooking shows. Thanks to an informal and friendly manner Jamie Oliver won crowds of fans around the world.
    However, Jamie devotes his time not only to cooking. He's a family man, with a wife and four children. He also works on a number of projects. For example, Jamie Oliver created the ‘Fifteen Foundation’. Each year, fifteen young people are trained and taught to work in the restaurant business. Some of them are from unhappy families and are unemployed. Some of them were in prison or took drugs. In this way Jamie Oliver tries to help them start a new life.|
    Another project by Jamie Oliver is connected with school dinners and lunches. He wants school children to eat healthy food instead of junk food. The British government supported the project. It spent extra 280 million pounds to improve school meals. Part of the money was spent on training cooks and buying modern cooking equipment for schools.
    It's really hard to name all the TV programmes, shows, projects that Jamie Oliver had and is still having. He's so creative and imaginative, that there's no end to new ideas and projects. Except television, Jamie Oliver is a writer. His every book immediately becomes a bestseller. It's interesting that he became the bestselling author in the country after J.K. Rowling, the ‘Harry Potter’ writer.

1. Jamie’s parents wanted their son to be a professional cook.
True
False
Not stated

2. Jamie Oliver went to France to continue studying economics.
True
False
Not stated

3. Jamie Oliver has become a well-known personality due to his TV show.
True
False
Not stated

4. Jamie’s wife was against his project ʻFifteen Foundationʼ.
True
False
Not stated

5. Jamie’s project the ‘Fifteen Foundation’ gives people a chance to improve their lives.
True
False
Not stated

6. The British government ignored Jamie’s school meals project.
True
False
Not stated

7. Jamie Oliver is a successful writer.
True
False
Not stated

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