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ЕГЭ 2015. Английский язык. Сборник заданий

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Задания типа B1 Задания 2, 2.2 (B1)

Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 1—6 и ут­верждениями, данными в списке A—G. Используйте каж­дую букву только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы прослушаете тексты дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

Now we are ready to start.

Speaker 1: We travel internationally at least 3-4 times a year on vacation with our family. Therefore, I always buy a travel guide to help us with our destination. So I bought this travel guide for Moscow because I heard it was a difficult city to get around. But this book has NO operating hours, NO operating days, NO metro stops list­ed, NO cost of tickets, etc. We couldn't get even into the Kremlim because this guide book was of no help at all. We did finally get into the Kremlin with the help of a kind Russian soul who spoke some English. Avoid this worthless book!!!Speaker 2: I've been to Moscow twice and know a lit­tle Russian. I was going to the Tretyakov art gallery for the first time. I came out of the metro stop, found eas­ily the landmarks and the street names which are well drawn in the Russian guide. So I was able to find the gallery without taking a single wrong turn. Still I highly recommend learning at least a little Russian. If you can't read in Russian, the Cyrillic alphabet is like reading Ar­abic. And if you want to toodle around on the subway or 252 walk through the streets — nothing makes sense and it all looks the same. You can learn the Cyrillic alphabet very quickly.

Speaker 3: I went to Moscow in 2008 for 2 weeks. I speak very little Russian and read even less. Pictures and maps in this guide (with the actual and phonetic spellings on them) are how you're going to make it work. I explored Moscow with no guide, no translator and no dictionary — only my guidebook. I didn't get lost and I saw everything that I wanted to see. I didn't care that it was published in 2000 — churches, museums and oth­er places of interest do not move — prices change fre­quently anyway. This is a guide for seeing, doing and exploring.

Speaker 4: I travelled to Moscow once and found this guide to be of great assistance in planning what I want­ed to see, getting background information and in follow- up reading and reference after I returned. The pictures are beautiful, and the background information is exten­sive and helpful in understanding what you are going to see. Comparing different guidebooks, I think that this one is by far the best for detail, pictures and general information.

Speaker 5: This book does a good job covering all the main sites of Moscow. The illustrations are very detailed and I think it would best fit someone who is only in Mos­cow for a day or two, and just wants to hit a few of the tourist attractions. The one drawback is that the book which was published in 2000 does not contain useful in­formation on new hotels, restaurants or prices. And thus there is a lack of practical information such as best days and times to see certain things, places to avoid, where to buy the best souvenirs, where to stay away from, etc.

Speaker 6. This is one of the best travel guides I have ever used. It gave more information than the private guides I hired. It includes some of the little known, "per­sonal facts" as well as information on food, transportation and gifts to bring home. I highly recommend this book.

You have 15 seconds to complete the task. (Pause 15 seconds.)

Now you will hear the text again. This is the end of the task. You have now 15 sec­onds to check your answers.

 

Задание 3 (B1)

Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 1—6 и ут­верждениями, данными в списке A—G. Используйте каж­дую букву только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы прослушаете тексты дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

Now we are ready to start.

Speaker 1: When we arrived we had absolutely frozen welcome. The room itself was not so bad, but we found black hair everywhere, also in our beds. The bathroom door was covered with dirt from both sides and in the corners of a bath were big black spots with something on them. I am allergic to these things and I got few spots from it. When I said at the reception that I wanted the bathroom to be cleaned, to my great surprise and disap­pointment, nothing had been done.

Speaker 2: The hotel was nice and centrally located, very clean and the staff were friendly and the breakfast was really good as well. But when we arrived we had to stay in a twin room, though I had booked in advance a double. At the reception they told us they would sort it out first thing in the morning. And then they gave us a double room which was too small — we could hardly have space to move around. The shower was too small as well — there wasn't even space to turn around in it.

Speaker 3: The hotel, one of the cheapest ones in the city, has an absolutely unimaginable bathroom and ceiling and terrible service to match. The bathroom has a bath­tub, but the distance from the floor to the ceiling is only one metre, and the bathtub's length is also extremely short. The ceiling has a couple of wooden beams that are cracked down the middle, and look in danger of falling. When we asked for a room change, the receptionist told us that it was impossible to have it. Basically, there is no point booking this cheap hotel, unless you simply want to cut cost along with service.

Speaker 4: This hotel is definitely not for business travellers. The room services were minimal and the staff at the counter were extremely unfriendly. Our very sim­ple requests were often greeted with 'Sorry, can't help much, look at the Yellow Pages over there.' We knew it was a budget hotel and did not expect much. However, we were still rather disappointed.

Speaker 5: The check-in process as well as concierge service were professional and efficient. The hotel looked like it was in the process of renovation (one elevator was done up and looked new) and it probably could do with a face lift. The breakfast was included and the selection was excellent. The housekeeping service was also very ef­ficient. The location was very, very good. Everything was located within walking distance! The underground station was only 100 metres away — I believe it was the Picca­dilly Line. We had our family there and we will defi­nitely stay there again for the convenience of location, large room and great breakfast.

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