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Spotlight 8 Test 5 ОТВЕТЫ

Spotlight 8 Test 5 Module 5

Spotlight 8 Test 5 ОТВЕТЫ — контрольная работа № 5 по английскому языку в 8 классе с ответами из сборника контрольных заданий УМК серии «Английский в фокусе» для учащихся 8 класса общеобразовательных организаций. Авторы: Ю.Е. Ваулина и др./ М.: Просвещение. Цитаты из пособия указаны в учебных целях.


Vocabulary

               A Circle the correct answer.
 1 The plane …… showed the passengers what to do in case of an emergency.
A team        В staff           C crew
2 The terrible fire left dozens of buildings …….. ruins.
A on      В in      C by
3 The football match was called …….. because it was snowing.
A out        В off          C for
4 Cars and factories produce toxic …….. that harm the environment.
A fog      В fumes        C flames
5 The …….. rain caused the driver to lose control of his car and crash into a tree.
A heavy       В huge            C massive
6 The lead actor felt under the…….and Daniel was asked to replace him in the school play.
A clouds         В climate        C weather
7 When you go to Paris, don’t ……… the chance to have your portrait painted in the Artist’s Square.
A miss        В lose        C leave

               В Fill in the missing word. There are three words you do not need to use.
8 The big earthquake caused many buildings to ….. • collapse……. and people were left homeless.
9 Neil suffered ….. • horrific…… burns when he was caught in a fire that broke out in his house.
10 Drought will …. • occur….. in an area when it hasn’t rained for an unusually long period of time.
11 What started out as a light ….. • breeze…… soon became a very strong wind.
12 A terrible …… • flood….. caused by three days of continuous rain has destroyed many houses in the small fishing village.
13 David Bower was a(n) ……. • legendary……… environmentalist who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize twice.
14 When the …… • avalanche ……… hit the area, dozens of people were snowed in for many hours.
15 The well-trained lifeguard was able to …… • rescue …… the drowning swimmer and quickly bring him to safety. 

Grammar

C Underline the correct item.
16 Frank has decided to join/joining an environmental organisation.
17 Volunteers from the area are spending this weekend to clean/cleaning up the local beach.
18 People should use/to use eco-friendly cleaning products, which are safer for the environment.
19 Dan avoids buying/to buy anything that cannot be recycled later.
20 I’ll never forget taking/to take part in a rescue mission for the first time.
21 Brian was looking forward to starting/to start his new job at the animal shelter.
22 I can’t help wonder/wondering whether our planet will ever recover from all the damage it has suffered.
23 Neighbouring countries promised sending/to send supplies and rescue workers to the areas that were hit by the hurricane.
24 If you want to help the earthquake victims, you can to donate/donate clothes and money at the local shelter.
25 Judy didn’t let her children to go/go underwater diving.

  1. Fill in the blanks with used to, be used to, get used to and the appropriate form of the verb in brackets.
    26 Julia ….. got used to living……. (live) in such a hot country only after she had been there for a few months.
    27 I don’t think Ian ……. is used to being……. (be) around animals; he’s never even had a pet.
    28 Mr Roberts is a primary school teacher, so he …… is used to working…….. (work) with young children.
    29 Sheila ……. used to drive…….. (drive) to work, but now she takes the bus.
    30 Tammy isn’t too comfortable with the idea of car-pooling yet, but I’m sure she ….. will get used to sharing…….. (share) a car with other people.

Е. Complete the sentences with words derived from the words in bold.
31 People are becoming more and more concerned about the ……. protection…. of the natural environment.
32 The …… disappearance …….. of forests and natural habitats has resulted in the endangerment of more species.
33 Governments must pass stricter laws to stop the ….. existence…….. of child labour.
34 The politician made no …… reference…… to the country’s growing problem of homelessness.
35 A local businessman made a generous …… donation……… to the hurricane victims.

 Everyday English

F Choose the correct response.
36 Don’t throw that bottle out, you should recycle it.    A Goodness me!     В You’re right.
37 The amount of energy used by transport has risen by 12%.      A Really?       В Exactly.
38 Child labour is still a very big problem in some countries.     A What for?        В I had no idea.
39 We should have a first aid kit in the car in case of emergency.         A It’s shocking.       В I agree.
40 I believe we should all do our part to help fight world hunger.        A True.        В It’s terrible.

 Reading

G Read the following text and mark the statements T (true) or F (false).
 We need energy to heat our homes, cook and clean for our families and for transport. It allows us to live a comfortable and easy life. However, if we do not use this energy properly we will soon run out Luckily, there are things we can all do to help our planet and conserve our resources.
To begin with, much of the energy used at home goes to heating or cooling our homes. A simple way to help conserve energy is by lowering the thermostat by two degrees in the winter and raising it by two in the summer. By doing so, you will not only lower your heating bill, but you will also reduce the amount of carbon dioxide that enters the atmosphere.
Another way you can save energy at home is by buying energy-saving appliances. Appliances like washing machines and cookers use a great deal of gas or electricity to work. When shopping for new appliances, look for the energy-saving sticker; they might be a little more expensive to buy, but they help save energy, and in the end will help you save money on your bills.
A lot of energy is used by means of transport too. One of the many ways to achieve low energy usage is to leave the car at home and catch the bus or the train to move around the city. Fewer cars in the street means less traffic and it will not only help save energy, but it will also reduce the amount of air pollution.
In the end, it is up to every individual to take responsibility and change their daily habits. If everyone does their part, then we can help save energy and our planet’s resources.

41 Everyone can participate in conserving energy and saving the planet.    T
42 Heating and air conditioning influence the amount of carbon dioxide released into the air.   T
43 Home appliances don’t need much energy to run.   F
44 When travelling, the only way to save energy is to use public transport.   F
45 You do not need to change your daily routine to save energy.   F

Listening

 H Listen to some people talking about environmental issues. Then, match the speakers (1-5) to the statements (A-F). There is one extra statement.
 A The speaker didn’t like the idea of car-pooling at first.
В The speaker wants to do something for the environment but it is not easy for him/her.
C The speaker wants to join an environmental organisation.
D The speaker does not think that the Earth will recover from the damage it has suffered.
E The speaker found a solution to his/her problem after talking to others.
F The speaker realised he/she had to do his part for the environment after watching a TV show.
46 Speaker 1  —  B
47 Speaker 2  —  D
48 Speaker 3  —  A
49 Speaker 4  —  F
50 Speaker 5  —  E

 


Spotlight 8 Test 5 Module 5 ОТВЕТЫ — контрольная работа № 5 по английскому языку в 8 классе с ответами из сборника контрольных заданий УМК серии «Английский в фокусе» для учащихся 8 класса. Авторы: Ю.Е. Ваулина и др.

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