Экзаменационный материал по английскому языку 6 класс

EXAMINATION CARDS: FORM 6 2016/2017
Card No 1
1. Speak about British and Russian traditions.
2. Read the text “At Selfridge’s” and answer the questions. (p.119)
Card No 2
1. Speak about English-speaking countries.
2. Read the text “Mr Martin” and answer the questions. (p. 75)
Card No 3
1. Speak about the Earth and explain why it is in danger.
2. Read the text “At the Butcher’s” and answer the questions. (p. 107)
Card No 4
1. Speak about Great Britain, its land and people.
2. Read the text “Ronald is Really Ill” and answer the questions. (p.59)
Card No 5
1. Speak about the Queen and Parliament.
2. Read the text “He was Only Wrong by Two” and answer the questions. (p.95)
Card No 6
1. Speak about health and fitness.
2. Read the text “The British Way of Life” and answer the questions. (p.35)
Card No 7
1. Speak about British sports and games.
2. Read the text “Animals in Danger” and answer the questions. (p. 112)

Card No 8
1. Speak about shopping.
2. Read the text “Continents and Countries” and answer the questions. (p.84)
Card No 1
1. Speak about British and Russian traditions.
1. What role do traditions play in the life of the British?
2. What do people think of when they think of Britain?
3. Where do the ravens live?
4. How long have they lived there?
5. What does the old legend say about the ravens?
6. Who looks after them?
7. What do people do before Bonfire Night?
8. How do people celebrate Maslenitsa?
2. Read the text “At Selfridge’s” and answer the questions. (p.119)
1. What is Selfridge’s?
2. Where is the store situated?
3. What is the White Sale?
4. What did Mrs Morrison want to buy?
5. What was the price of the towels?
6. What kind of sheets did she buy?
7. When will Mrs Morrison get all she has bought?
8. Could the girl buy a skirt? Why?
9. What did Mrs Morrison buy for herself
Card No 2
1. Speak about English-speaking countries.
1. What is the most popular language nowadays?
2. Why has English become the most important international language? (science / computer /modern culture / internet / vocabulary / travel )
3. What English-speaking countries do you know?
4. Is English the same in these countries?
5. Give examples of different words used to name the same things in Great Britain and the USA.
2. Read the text “Mr Martin” and answer the questions. (p. 75)
1. Where did Mr Martin live?
2. What was he interested in?
3. What did he study seriously?
4. What way of life did he lead?
5. Why was the doctor getting very tired of Mr Martin’s regular visits?
6. What can you say about Mr Martin’s health?
7. Did Mr Martin have any symptoms of that terrible illness?
8. Was the doctor sure that Mr Martin didn’t have that illness?
Card No 3
1. Speak about the Earth and explain why it is in danger.
1. What do people depend on?
2. Why are animals and birds in danger? Why is modern life bad for them?
3. Is there much water on our planet? Is it drinkable?
4. Why is Lake Baikal in danger?
5. How do we know that people’s activities do a lot of harm to the climate?
6. Why is it becoming difficult to breathe in big cities?
7. What must we do to protect life on earth?
2. Read the text “At the Butcher’s” and answer the questions. (p. 107)
1. What shops had they already been to and what had they bought?
2. What did she want to buy at the butcher’s?
3. Did Mary want to talk to the butcher? And what about the butcher?
4. Was the butcher tall and thin?
5. How did the butcher wrap the sausages?
6. How much did Mary pay for the things she bought?
7. What was the weather like that summer?
Card No 4
1. Speak about Great Britain, its land and people.
1. What is the official name of the UK?
2. What countries does it it consist of?
3. What are the two main islands of the British Isles?
4. What is the UK separated by from the continent?
5. How are people born in Britain called?
6. How many people live in Britain?
7. What language do the British speak? And the Welsh?
8. How is the flag of the UK called?
2. Read the text “Ronald is Really Ill” and answer the questions. (p.59)
1. What did Ronald take part in last Thursday?
2. What was the weather like?
3. How did he feel when he came home?
4. What did the doctor do when she came to visit Robert the next morning?
5. Was it flu or tonsillitis?
6. What did the doctor prescribe for his sore throat?
7. How long did the doctor advise Robert to stay in bed?
Card No 5
1. Speak about the Queen and Parliament.
1. Does the Queen rule the country?
2. What does the Queen do?
3. Were many countries ruled by Britain at the beginning of the 20th century?
4. Are these countries independent now?
5. Was the Commonwealth founded in 1949 or 1999? What countries does it include?
6. How many houses does the British Parliament consist of?
7. What House makes laws?
8. Are the members of the House of Lord elected or selected?
2. Read the text “He was Only Wrong by Two” and answer the questions. (p.95)
1. What did Jack do?
2. What were his players good at?
3. What was important for the sportsmen?
4. Why did they receive good and excellent results in competitions and matches?
5. What was the only trouble with some of his football players?
6. Was it easy for them to become college students?
7. Did the Professor choose difficult or easy questions?
Card No 6
1. Speak about health and fitness.
1. Are many people interested in problems of health?
2. What kinds of diet are many people on?
3. What is healthy food?
4. What is an active way of life?
5. What should you not do to keep fit?
6. What should you do if you catch a cold or fall ill?
7. What will the doctor do?
2. Read the text “The British Way of Life” and answer the questions. (p.35)
1. Where do people seldom speak about the weather? And in England?
2. When do Sunday papers appear on the continent?
3. How do the English look at cats?
4. Do the English show off their knowledge?
5. Do the English have a good sense of humour? How can you offend them?
6. What clothes do the English put on on Sundays?
Card No 7
1. Speak about British sports and games.
1. What sports will the British name as their favourite ones?
2. Was football first developed in England or France?
3. What do their football national teams do?
4. What game is sometimes called the English national game? Where is it played?
5. Was boxing developed in Scotland or Wales?
6. When was the first tennis championship at Wimbledon?
2. Read the text “Animals in Danger” and answer the questions. (p. 112)
1. What does the life of people on earth depend on?
2. Why are some animals and birds disappearing nowadays?
3. Can elephants be useful? What can they do for men?
4. Are only Indian tigers and African elephants in danger nowadays?
5. What are other animals in danger?
6. Why can you find the names of some animals, birds and fish in the Red Book?
7. What must people do to save the wild animals?
Card No 8
1. Speak about shopping.
1. What can we buy at the baker’s?/ at the dairy?/ at the grocer’s?
2. Where can we buy fresh fruit and vegetables? / meat and sausages? / fish?
3. What can we buy in large department stores and malls?
4. What do you do if you want to buy a new coat or a pair of trainers?
5. Why has online shopping become popular? What can you buy online?
6. Are you fond of shopping? Why? / Why not?
2. Read the text “Continents and Countries” and answer the questions. (p.84)
1. What is the name of the planet we live on?
2. What will you be able to see if you look at the earth from space?
3. How many oceans are there on our planet?
4. What separates the continents from each other?
5. There are many countries on each continent, aren’t there?
6. What is the largest country in the world? And the smallest?

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