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ЕГЭ 2015. Английский язык. Сборник заданий

Client: Great! I'll take it.

Waiter: Okay. Anything to drink?

Client: What soft drinks do you have?

Waiter: We have Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Sunkist, Iced Tea, and Lemonade.

Client: Ok, I will have an Iced Tea.

Waiter: Would you like any dessert? I can recommend "New York Cheesecake". Thick, rich, and creamy. Topped with a generous blanket of blackberry sauce, made with plump ripe berries. Finished with a dusting of powdered sugar.

Client: And do you have any fresh fruit salad?

Waiter: Unfortunately no, but we have fresh berries with a strawberry sauce over vanilla ice cream. Would you like any?

Client: No thanks.

Waiter: Ok, I will be back with iced tea in a minute. And your order will also come soon. Have a nice time.

Client: Thank you.

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 2

Вы услышите интервью с Тони, которое знакомит с ее опытом получения образования. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений A1—A7 соответствуют содер­жанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано (Not staled), то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа. Обведите пример выбранного вами варианта от­вета. Вы услышите текст дважды.

Now we are ready to start.

Interviewer: You've just graduated from Plattsburgh State University. Many school leavers are thinking about what to do after high school and I would like to ask you a few questions that may be of interest to them. So, why was it so important to go to college?

Toni: Well, I believe education is critical. I have seen many who didn't go to college get laid off in their late 40s and be stuck without any job. Finally, their alterna­tive is to go to college, but I think going to college ear­ly is the best decision.

Interviewer: And what did you study in college?

Toni: I have my bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology, and for my master's degree I studied school counselling.

Interviewer: What helped you decide what to study?

Toni: I have seen many high school students who don't have positive role models. They are left without someone to turn to, so I want to be there to help them. That's why I decided to study psychology and school counselling, being able to give advice and support these school kids. 260Interviewer: What do you think about your college life now?

Toni: College was stressful. I graduated from high school young, entered college when I was 17, and contin­ued full time until I graduated with my master's degree six years later. I worked at a restaurant 30 hours a week, too, so I never took a break. I found it difficult to bal­ance my time, but when I look back there's nothing I would want to change because that crazy lifestyle is mem­orable.

Interviewer: And is there any difference between life in high school and university college?

Toni: I think there's a big difference. In college you have to be more responsible. Decisions are yours to make. There is no teacher to tell you what to do, but the good news is you get to choose which classes to take, so they are interesting.

Interviewer: What were your college goals?

Toni: Graduating was my long-term goal. Short-term goals included finishing projects on time, keeping ap­pointments, doing well in classes, and making it through the week.

Interviewer: You said it was difficult to balance your time, so why did you work as a waitress at a busy res­taurant?

Toni: The university syllabus included some practice at school in order to gain professional experience. So I needed to dress appropriately for my internship. Plus, I rewarded myself with vacations. These things cost money and I don't like being broke. Therefore, I had to manage my time well so I could combine studying and working.

Interviewer: What did you like most about college life?

Toni: Feeling like I accomplished something. I am proud of myself and the people I met there were very nice.Interviewer: And do you apply sometimes your knowl­edge from college to real life?

Toni: By taking counselling courses, I have learned how to talk to people about doing things that are benefi­cial for them. In my non-counselling life I am now able to convince people to do things. For instance, if I want to go to the movies, but my fiance' doesn't, I can use my counselling skills to convince him to go.

Interviewer: I hope that you do not use your skills for manipulating people. Do you?

Toni: Oh, no, not, of course.

Interviewer: Good luck in your career and other walks of life.

Toni: Thank you.

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

Вы услышите рассказ девушки о том, как поступают в университет в Британии. Определите, какие из приведен­ных утверждений A1—A7 соответствуют содержанию тек­ста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано (Not stated), то есть на основании текста нель­зя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа. Обведите пример выбранного вами варианта ответа. Вы услышите текст дважды.

Now we are ready to start.In order to get into a university, you have to have done your A levels, normally, when you are a student. You go on to do your A levels after you have done your GCSEs. If you have five exams passed in the GCSE level, 262 you can go then into a college or a sixth form to do your A levels. You have to do three A levels, in order to get into a university, but you can in some colleges do two and a half or maybe just two.

I went to a sixth form school, a grammar school, and I had to do three A levels there, in fact I did four. At a sixth form you then start thinking about a university, and applying to a university, you start looking into pro­spectuses and brochures which the schools and colleges provide for you, which show you what the university looks like, tell you about the courses which are available, the activities you can do in your spare time. Basically universities try to sell themselves in these prospectuses. After having decided which course you would like to do, and having chosen the universities you would like to ap­ply to, you then fill out UCA forms, where you can choose and write down your choices of universities and degrees and things. These forms are then sent away with reports from your tutors and teachers and lecturers with pre­dicted grades for your A levels. And then you just do your A levels and you wait for the forms to be sent back from the UCA offices which basically tell you whether you've been accepted by the university or not. And they usually tell you the grades that you must obtain in order to get into the university that you want to get into.

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