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ЕГЭ 2019 по английскому языку чтение 1

Выполните тест по английскому языку онлайн из задания демоверсии 2019 по чтению. Это задание 10, которое относится к базовому уровню и проверяет понимание основного содержания текста. Воспользуйтесь полосой прокрутки, чтобы увидеть текст полностью. Ответы впечатайте в таблицу правого столбика.

Второе задание раздела Reading смотрите здесь.

Установите соответствие между текстами A–G и заголовками 1–8. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.
A. The word “Perm” first appeared in the 12th century in the Primary Chronicle, the main source describing the early history of the Russian people. The Perm were listed among the people who paid tribute to the Rus. The origin of the word “Perm” remains unclear. Most likely, the word came from the Finno- Ugric languages and meant “far land” or “flat, forested place”. But some local residents say it may have come from Per, a hero and the main character of many local legends.

B. Novgorodian traders were the first to show an interest in Perm. Starting from the 15th century, the Muscovite princes included the area in their plans to create a unified Russian state. During this time the first Russian villages appeared in the northern part of the region. The first industry to appear in the area was a salt factory, which developed on the Usolka river in the city of Solikamsk. Rich salt reserves generated great interest on the part of Russia’s wealthiest merchants, some of whom bought land there.

C. The history of the modern city of Perm starts with the development of the Ural region by Tsar Peter the Great. Perm became the capital of the region in 1781 when the territorial structure of the country was reformed. A special commission determined that the best place would be at the crossroads of the Trans-Siberian Railroad, which runs east-west and the Kazan line, which runs north-south. This choice resulted in Perm becoming a major trade and Industrial centre. The city quickly grew to become one of the biggest in the region.

D. Perm is generally stable and peaceful, so the shocks of 1917 did not reach it right away. Neither did they have the same bloody results as in Petrograd. Perm tried to distance itself from the excesses and did not share the enthusiasm for change of its neighbours. Residents supported more moderate parties. They voted for the establishment of a west European style democracy in Russia. Unfortunately, the city could not stay completely unaffected, as both the White and the Red armies wanted its factories.

E. Perm’s desire for stability and self-control made the region seem like a “swamp” during the democratic reforms of the 1990s. Unlike other regions, there were no intense social conflicts or strikes. Nevertheless, Perm was always among the regions that supported the democratic movement. In the 1999 elections, the party that wanted to continue the reforms won a majority in the region. So the city got an unofficial status of “the capital of civil society” or even “the capital of Russian liberalism”.

F. During the Second World War many factories were moved to Perm Oblast and continued to work there after it ended. Chemicals, non-ferrous metallurgy, and oil refining were the key industries after the war. Other factories produced aircraft engines, equipment for telephones, ships, bicycles, and cable. Perm press produces about 70 percent of Russia’s currency and stamped envelopes. Nowadays several major business companies are located in Perm. The biggest players of Russian aircraft industry are among them.

G. Perm has at least a dozen theatres featuring productions that are attracting audiences from faraway cities, and even from abroad. The broad esplanade running from the city’s main square has become the site of almost continuous international art, theatre and music fairs during the summer. Even the former prison camp with grim walls outside town was converted into a theater last July for a production of “Fidelio”, Beethoven’s opera about political repression. The performance was well-reviewed.
1. Perm’s industry
2. City’s cultural life
3. Natural resource as attraction
4. The greatest achievement
5.Traditionally liberal
6. Beneficial location
7. Where the name comes from
8. Too important to be left alone


A- B-

C- D-

E- F-


Тренажер устной части ЕГЭ по английскому языку 2019

Это новый тренажер к демоверсии 2019 года, с помощью которого можно потренировать себя в выполнении всех заданий по говорению. Проверьте, как вы укладываетесь в отведенное время, сравните свое чтение вслух с образцом. Сначала ознакомьтесь с небольшой инструкцией.

ЕГЭ 2019 аудирование тест 3

Третье задание демоверсии 2019 года по английскому языку, представлено в виде автоматизированного теста. Выполните и проверьте свои ответы.

Вы услышите интервью. В заданиях 1-7 (3–9 в текстовом варианте) отметьте в поле ответа строку, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа. Прослушайте запись дважды.


listening ege3


  1. What do we learn about Maggie’s musical education?
    She didn’t have a special music talent.
    She attended a musical school for 9 years.
    She didn’t like playing the piano very much.
  2. Why did Maggie want to become an actress?
    This profession runs in her family.
    She wanted to overcome the stage fright.
    Acting on stage felt natural to her.
  3. What does Maggie say about directors and directing?
    She thinks David Lynch is the best director.
    She feels she could herself direct a film one day.
    She thinks she was fortunate to work with many talented directors
  4. What does Maggie say is the most important thing for her about a film?
    The story.
    The screenplay.
    The partners.
  5. Maggie often plays mothers because …
    such roles provide lots of opportunities to an actress.
    people like her in such roles.
    she is a future mother herself.
  6. What does Maggie think of her appearance?
    She thinks she should take care of the way she looks on screen.
    She thinks her looks don’t interfere with her job.
    She thinks she’s very beautiful.
  7. What does Maggie love about being an actress?
    Being able to play both men and women.
    Being able to express complex characters.
    Being able to look beautiful on screen.



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