Дистанційне навчання

  Завдання на карантин з 12.03.2020 року

1 клас - тема" Іжа"

2 клас   " Do you like carrots ?" 

Food/ Drink

 3 клас  

4 клас  " Подорож"

5 клас  ст.149-    -----------

 6 клас

7 клас 

Перевернуте навчання

      Present Simple and Continuous Tenses

1. Expand the following into sentences in order to make true statements with doesn't or don't where necessary

1             water/ boil/at 100"C
     Water boils at 1OO°C.
2             rice / grow / on trees
     Rice doesn't grow on trees.
3             chicks / hatch / from eggs
4             kangaroos / live / in Spain
5             plants / need / water to grow
6             rain / fall / from clouds
7             astronauts / travel / in submarines
8             cows / lay / eggs
9             pandas / live / inIt

. Readthetextandputtheverbsinbracketsthepresentsimpleorthepresentcontinuous.
MichaelMcIntosh 1) ...is... (be) a verybusyman.
Everymorning, he 2)............................ (leave) homeat 8 o'clock, and 3)............................(go) tohisoffice. He 4).................................................(usually/have) meetinguntillunchtime, andintheafternoon, he 5)......................................... (often/visit) thepeopleofMadewell. Hereally 6).....................................(enjoy) talkingtopeople.
Atthemoment, heandhisteam 7).....................................................(organise) hiselectioncampaign. ThereareelectionsinJuneandhe 8) .................................. (hope) topersuadelotsofpeopletovoteforhim.
Nextmonth, he 9).................................(go) toLondontomeetthePrimeMinister. They 10).............................. (have) a meetingtodiscussfutureplansforMadewell.

3. . Completethesentencesbyputtingintheverbs. UsethePresentSimple. Youhavetodecideiftheverbispositiveornegative.
Claireisverysociable. Sheknows..(know) lotsofpeople.
We'vegotplentyofchairs, thanks. Wedon’twant (want) anymore.
1     MyfriendisfindinglifeinParis a bitdifficult. He.............................................(speak) French.
2    Moststudentslivequiteclosetothecollege, sothey.............................................(walk) there.
3    Mysportskitisreallymuddy. Thisshirt.............................................(need) a goodwash.
4    I'vegotfourcatsandtwodogs. I.............................................(love) animals.
5    NobreakfastforMark, thanks. He.............................................(eat) breakfast.
6    What'sthematter? You.............................................(look) veryhappy.

Listening Comprehension
Listening Tasks – 8th Form -  A Conversation With My Father by Grace Paley
Glossary: potassium — калій; despise —  зневажати; junkie —наркоман.
My father is eighty-six years old and in bed. His heart, that blood motor, is equally old and will not do certain jobs any more. It still floods his head with brainy light. But it won't let his legs carry the weight of his body around the house. Despite my metaphors, this muscle failure is not due to his old heart, he says, but to a potassium shortage. Sitting on one pillow, leaning on three, he offers last-minute advice and makes a request.
"I would like you to write a simple story just once more", he says, "the kind de Maupassant wrote, or Chekhov, the kind you used to write. Just recognizable people and then write down what happened to them next".
I say, "Yes, why not? That's possible". I want to please him, though I don't remember writing that way. 1 would like to try to tell such story, if he means the kind that begins: "There was a woman..".followed by plot, absolute line between two points which I've always despised. Not for literary reasons, but because it takes all hope away. Everyone, real or invented, deserves the open destiny of life.
Finally I thought of a story that had been happening for a couple of years right across the street. I wrote it down, then read it aloud. "Pa", I said, "how about this? Do you mean something like this?"
Once in my time there was a woman and she had a son. They lived nicely in a small apartment in Manhattan. This boy at about fifteen became a junkie, which is not unusual in our neighborhood.
In order to maintain her close friendship with him, she became a junkie too. She said it was part of the youth culture, with which she felt very much at home. After a while, for a number of reasons, the boy gave it all up and left the city and his mother in disgust. Hopeless and alone, she grieved. We all visit her.
Section 1. True or False Statements (+/-). Listen to the story and decide which of these statements are true and which of them are false. Mark your answers on the Answer Sheet.
1.  My father is an energetic 68-year-old man.
2.  He has a weak heart and a potassium shortage.
3.  He wants his daughter to write a complex epic novel.
4.  He likes complex characters and mysterious plots.
5.  I will write him a simple story.
6.  I prefer to write stories that leave room for hope.
7.  I wrote of a recent event.
Section 2. Multiple choice.  Listen to the story and decide which of these statements are true and which of them are false. Mark your answers on the An­swer Sheet.
8.  My father spends his time in:
a)   bed;                                 b)   church;
c)   cafes;                               d)   pain and suffering.
9.  His heart is weak but has not reduced the flow of blood:
a)   to his legs;                       b)   to his strong arms and shoulders;
c)   to his head;                     d)   to his liver.
10.     His heart is weakened due to:
a)   lack of exercise;               b)   excessive smoking;
c)   failure to rest;                  d)   a potassium shortage.
11.     He thinks I write simple stories like:
a)   Shultz and Dilbert;          b)   Bulgakov and Shevchenko;
c)   Chekov or de Maupassant;        d)   Chekov and Marquis de Sade.
12.     I don't write simple stories because:
a)   they take away all hope; b)   are boring;
c)   dislike easy work;                d)   they are too hard to compose.
13.    I … simple stories.
a) always write;                  b) cherish;
c) despise;                           d) find it difficult to write.

Reading Comprehension Test for 8  Form
In this Test you will read four texts. Each text is followed by 5-10 tasks. You should do the tasks following a text on the basis of what is stated or implied in that text. For each task you will choose the best possible answer from four possible answers (A, B, C, or D), or two symbols (+ or -) as specified prior to each task.. Choose the best answer and mark the letter or symbol of your choice on the Answer Sheet.
Questions 1 through 5 refer to Text 1.
Text 1: (From: "Free At Last!" by Michael Stutz)
Caveat: клопотання, застереження, попередження.
Move over Coke (and Pepsi), there's a new player in the cola wars. Meet OpenCola. Okay, that may be a bit of an overstatement, but the new soft drink is different from others in one key respect: It's the world's first "open-source" consumer product, writes Graham Lawton in the British magazine New Scientist (Feb. 2, 2002). While Coca-Cola and Pepsi guard their secret formulas, the makers of OpenCola give their recipe away on their Web site, www.opencola.org. Not only that, they encourage people to make the stuff at home, and to modify and improve the recipe at will. There's one caveat: The modified formulas must also be freely available to the public. Why? Because as the open-source argument goes, if you let your customer play with the formula for your product, whether it's software code or a soft drink recipe, they'll find and fix flaws. And they will do it quicker and cheaper, and think up more creative improvements, than you ever could on your own, even with a huge R&D (Research and Development) budget and a team of engineers. In the end, everybody benefits from better software or better cola, as the case may be.

Questions (on your answer sheet circle the correct letter A, B, C, or D)
1.  OpenCola is a kind of:
A.  soft drink.
B. software.
C. fruit juice.
D. soft ice cream.
2.  The list of ingredients for OpenCola is:
A.  available to people who pay for it.
B. a heavily guarded secret.
C.  free to anyone who wants it.
D. all natural.
3.  The recipe for OpenCola is found on:
A.  the bottom of all their bottles.
B. billboards across Europe.
C. the Internet.
D. packages of sugar.
4.   The creators of OpenCola:
A.  encourage people to make it by themselves.
B. discourage people from making it at home.
C. do not want people to change anything about their product.
D. live in fear of people discovering their recipe.
5.  If you let people play with the formula of your product:
A. they will steal money from you.
B. they will find and correct imperfections.
C.  they will think of uncreative changes.
D.   they will put you out of business
Questions 6 through 10 refer to Text 2.
Text 2: (from A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway)
pebbles: галька, камінь                                     boulders: валун, брила
In the late summer of that year we lived in a house in a village that looked across the river and the plain to the mountains. In the bed of the river there were pebbles and boulders, dry and white in the sun, and the water was clear and swiftly moving and blue in the channels. Troops went by the house and down the road and the dust they raised powdered the leaves of the trees. The trunks of the trees too were dusty and the leaves fell early that year. We saw the troops marching along the road and the dust rising and leaves, stirred by the breeze, falling and the soldiers marching and afterward the road bare and white except for the leaves.
The plain was rich with crops; there were many orchards of fruit trees and beyond the plain the mountains were brown and bare. There was fighting in the mountains and at night we could see the flashes from the artillery. In the dark it was like summer lightning, but the nights were cool and there was not the feeling of a storm coming.
Questions (on your answer sheet circle the correct letter A, B, C, or D)
6.  The pebbles and boulders in the river were:
A. green and smelly.
B.  grey and dry.
C.  white and dry.
D. brown and muddy.
7.  After the troops left, the road was:
A.  bare and white with the exception of falling leaves.
B.  brown and damp because of the leaves.
C.  beautiful and magnificent.
D.  blue beside the river.
8.  The house on the river was within sight of:
A. a dry valley.
B.  a lake and a large forest.
C.  a market and a hotel.
D. the mountains.

9. The fighting on summer nights:
A.   was confusing in the rain.
B.   was scary in the fog.
C.   was entertaining beside the hotel.
D. looked like lightning.
10. In the plains there were many:
                      A.  old farmers.
B.  crops and orchards.
C. lakes.
D. rivers.
Questions 11 through 20 refer to Text 3.
Text 3: ("The Ant and the Grasshopper" from Aesop's Fables)
While a grasshopper was taking it easy in the shade of a willow tree one ho summer's day, an ant struggled in the sun with a grain of rice that he was carrying out to his nest. "Hey, Mister Ant", the grasshopper said. "Why don't you take it easy, like me? You can work tomorrow".
The ant paused. "I'm saving up food now for the cold winter ahead, and i you know what's good for you, you'll do the same", he said.
The grasshopper looked at the ant and laughed. "Cold winter? But Mr. Ant, i is sunny and hot right now. It won't be winter for a long time. There is always tint, to gather food, there's no need to spend your time in this beautiful weather doing work. Come sit down with me and have some lemonade". But the ant refused an spent the rest of the day gathering food and storing it in his nest.
As the days went by the ant continued to collect food, while the grasshopper  continued to rest underneath the shade of the willow tree. Three or four months later, winter came and it was very cold. While the ant was snug in his nest, the starving grasshopper shivered under a pile of dead leaves and wished that he' paid attention to the ant's advice.
Questions (on your answer sheet circle + if the statement is true, — if it is false)
11.   The grasshopper wasn't working because he had hurt his back.
 12.The ant gathered food all summer.
13.The ant invited the grasshopper to come live with him during the winter.
14.The grasshopper was a hard worker.
15.The ant took a rest with the grasshopper underneath the willow tree.
16.The ant was comfortable during the winter.
17.It was easy for the ant to carry food back to his nest.
18.The  moral of the story is working hard will benefit you more than being lazy.
19.The grasshopper was drinking lemonade underneath the willow tree.
  20.   The grasshopper had plenty of food to eat during the winter.

Questions 21 through 30 refer to Text 4.
Text 4: (Taken from the European Central Bank Advertisement)
      On the I st of January 2002, 300 million Europeans in twelve countries woke up to a new currency: the euro. The euro is not new: it had been used in electronic transfers and by banks in international businesses since January 1999. But with the launch of euro banknotes and coins, anyone who lives, does business or travels in any of the twelve countries will benefit from deal­ing in just one currency.
There are seven euro banknotes denominations, which can be recognized easily by their look and feel: the larger banknote the higher the value. There are also 8 denominations of euro coins, each having a common side a national side. The common side always shows the value of the coin. The national side differs from country to country.
Euro banknotes and coins may be used in each of the participating countries. For the first time in the history of Europe twelve currencies have been traded in for just one.
Questions (on your answer sheet circle + if the statement is true, — if it is false)
21.The Euro was first used on January 1, 2002.
22.Twelve countries use the euro as their only currency.
23.The  euro will be convenient only for travellers and businessmen.
24.A five hundred euro banknote will be larger than a two hundred euro banknote.
25.Each country has different euro coins, which can only be used in that country.
26.There are seven different euro banknotes and seven different coins.
27.The national side of each coin shows how much it is worth.
28.Thirty million people have used the euro since January 1, 2002.
29.Banknotes are easily recognized by their look and colour.
30.The Euro is the first currency in history to be used by twelve countries  in Europe.
1.   Listen to the football fans. They (sing)  songs.
2.   Look at him. He (try)  to help her.
3.   The other one (help)  his father with car.
4.   They feel happy because they (have)  a good time here in this park.
2. Поставтедієсловау Present Simple чи Present Continuous:
1.   Hey, look! Linda (go)  to the cinema.
2.   On her left hand, Linda (carry)  her handbag.
3.   Thehandbag (be)  beautiful.
4.   Linda usually (put)  on brown shoes but now she (wear)  black trainers.
5.   And take a look, she (take)  an umbrella.
 The Autobiography
Mark Twain
In 1849, when I was fourteen years old, we were still living in Hannibal, on
the banks of the Mississippi, in the new frame house built by my father five years
before. That is, some of us lived in the new part, the rest in the old part back of it
and attached to it.
In the autumn my sister gave a party and invited all the marriageable people
of the village. I was too young for this society and too retiring to mix with young
ladies, anyway, therefore I was not invited—at least not for the whole evening. Ten
minutes of it was to be my whole share. I was to do the part of a bear in a small
fairy play. I was to wear a close-fitting suit of brown hairy stuff suitable for a bear.
About half past ten I was told to go to my room and put on this suit. I started but
changed my mind, for I wanted to practice a little and the room was very small. I
crossed over to a large unoccupied house on the corner of Main Street, not
knowing that a dozen of the young people were also going there to dress for their
I took my friend Sandy with me and we selected a large, roomy and empty
chamber on the second floor. We entered it talking, and that gave a couple of halfdressed
ladies an opportunity to hide behind a screen. Their gowns and things were
hanging on hooks behind the door but I did not see them.
There was an old screen across the room, with many holes in it, but as I did
not know there were girls behind it I was not disturbed by that detail. If I had
known, I could not have undressed in the flood of cruel moonlight that was pouring
in at the curtainless windows; I should have died of shame. Untroubled by this, I
wasnaked to the skin and I began my practice. I was full of ambition. I was
determined to succeed. I was burning to establish a reputation as a bear and get
further engagements; so I threw myself into my work with an abandon that
promised great things. I went back and forth from one room to the other on all
fours, Sandy cheering; I walked upright and made the noises I thought a bear
should make. I stood on my head; I danced from side to side; I did everything a
bear could do and many things which no bear could ever do and no bear with any
dignity would want to do, anyway, and of course I never suspected that I was
making a spectacle of myself to anyone but Sandy. At last, standing on my head, I
paused in that attitude to take a minute rest.
All of a sudden there was a burst of girlish laughter from behind the screen.
All the strength went out of me and brought the screen right down with my weight,
burying the young ladies under it. In their fright they discharged a couple of loud
screams. I picked up my clothes and ran, Sandy following. I was dressed in half a
minute and out the back way. I made Sandy promise to be silent and then we went
and hid until the party was over.
The house was very still and everybody asleep when I finally dared go home.
I was very heavy-hearted and full of a bitter sense of my crime. Pinned to my
pillow I found a slip of paper which bore a line which read: "You probably couldn't
have played bear but you played bare very well—oh, very well!"

society – компанія;
dignity – гідність;
bury – хоронити;
discharge – визволяти;
dare – посміти;
marriageable – дорослий, досягшийшлюбноговіку.

1. Read the text.
2. Answer the questions;
1.Who gave a party?
2.Why didn’t Mark’s sister invite him to the party?
3.what did he have to do at the party?
4.What kind of screen was across the room?
5.How did the boy begin to practise?
6.What part would he play?
7.Whose laughter did the boys hear from behind the screen?
8.What did he ask Sandy for?
9.When did he come back home?
10.What was written on a slip of paper?
3. Complete the sentences:
1. In, 1849, when I was … , we were still living in Hannibal.
2. In the autumn … gave a party.
3. She invited all the … people of the village.
4. I was to wear … of brown hairy stuff suitable for a … .
5. I took my … with me.
6. There was an … across the room.
7. I was … and I began my practice.
8. I walked … and made … I thought a bear should … .
9. All of sudden there was a bust … from behind … .
10. “You … couldn’t have played … but you played … very well.”
Put the words in correct order.
1. On, head, I, stood, my.
2. It, my, share, ten, of, whole, to, minutes, be, was.
3. Was, to, and, very, wanted, little, room, a, I, the, practice, small.
4. It, we, talking, entered.
5. Couple, screams, fright, in, of, discharged, loud, a, they, their.
6. One, the, and, I, to, other, forth, went, room, back, from.
7. I, go, everybody, dared, asleep, home, when, finally.
8. Screen, not, behind, old, I, there, girls, did, were, know.



Немає коментарів:

Дописати коментар