Методические указания по выполнению контрольных работ по дисциплине «Иностранный язык»


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Министерство образования И НАУКИ

российской федерации

Государственное образовательное учреждение высшего

профессионального образования


Санкт-Петербургский Государственный Университет

Сервиса и Экономики

Кафедра «Деловой иностранный язык»


МЕТОДИЧЕСКИЕ УКАЗАНИЯ

По выполнению контрольных работ по дисциплине

«Иностранный язык» для гуманитарного, социального и технического направлений.


Санкт-Петербург

2011

Методические указания по выполнению контрольных работ по дисциплине «Иностранный язык» для гуманитарного, социального и технического направлений. – СПб.: Изд-во СПбГУСЭ, 2011. – 44 с.


Составители: к.ф.н., доц. И.С. Макарова,

к.э.н., ст. преп. В.А. Алексеев,

ст. преп. Застела К.С.


Издательский Центр «Сервис»

Санкт-Петербургский Государственный Университет Сервиса и Экономики

2011

Методические указания по выполнению контрольных работ по дисциплине «Иностранный язык» для гуманитарного, технического и социального направлений


Письменные контрольные работы по дисциплине «Иностранный язык» для гуманитарного, технического и социального направлений выполняемые студентами заочной формы обучения, предусмотрены учебным планом СПбГУСЭ. Данная дисциплина призвана обеспечить современный квалифицированный уровень специалиста, способного осуществлять франкоязычную межкультурную коммуникацию в рамках таких общеразговорных тем, как «Моя семья», «Мой рабочий день», «Мои увлечения», «Мой дом», «Страна изучаемого языка». Целью выполнения контрольных заданий является самостоятельное приобретение и углубление знаний студентами в области использования французского языка для межкультурного общения. Кроме того, контрольная работа является одним из видов контроля кафедрой качества знаний студентов, изучающих данную дисциплину.

Контрольная работа должна иметь титульный лист, на котором указывается полное название высшего учебного заведения, института, кафедры, а также название специальности, по которой обучается студент. Далее следует Ф.И.О., научная степень, звание и должность проверяющего контрольную работу, а также Ф.И.О. и номер группы студента, выполнившего контрольную работу. Далее указывается дата выполнения работы и ставится личная подпись студента. Ниже дается название города, в котором находится Университет и год выполнения работы. Корректно оформленная контрольная работа должна включать нумерацию страниц, полностью сформулированные задания, выполненный комплекс заданий а также перевод текста, который дается для чтения. Контрольная работа должна быть написана на листах формата А4 четким, понятным почерком, без исправлений, синей пастой, с соблюдением формата страниц (справа – 3, слева – 1,5, вверху и внизу – 2) и межстрочного интервала – 1,5.

АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК


Контрольная работа 1.


EXERCISES

1.1 Complete the sentences with one of the following verbs in the correct form:

come get happen look make сause close drink start stay try work live open speak take place


  1. 'You're working hard today.' 'Yes, I have a lot to do.'

  2. . 2. Ann speaks German very well.

  3. I --- for Christine. Do you know where she is?

  4. It --- dark. Shall I turn on the light?

  5. I never --- coffee.

  6. The swimming pool --- at 9 o'clock and --- at 18.30 every day.

  7. They haven't got anywhere to I've at the moment. They --- with friends until they find somewhere.

  8. 'Are you ready, Ann?' 'Yes, I ---.'

  9. Have you got an umbrella? It --- to rain.

  10. Bad driving --- many accidents.

  11. You --- a lot of noise. Could you be quieter? I --- to concentrate.

  12. Why are all these people here? What ---?

  13. My parents --- in a very at small flat.

  14. The Olympic Games --- every four years.


1.2 Put the verb into the correct form. Sometimes you need the negative.

  1. I'm tired. I'm going (go) to bed now. Goodnight!

  2. Jane doesn't drink (not/drink) tea very often.

  3. We can go out now. It --- (rain) any more.

  4. What time --- (the banks/close) in Britain?

  5. 'Where --- (Martin/come) from?' 'He's Scottish.'

  6. 'How is your new job?' 'Not so good at the moment. I --- (enjoy) it very much.'

  7. Catherine phoned me last night. She's on holiday in France. She --- (have) a great time and doesn't want to come back.

  8. I want to lose weight, so this week I --- (eat) lunch.

  9. Angela has just started evening classes. She --- (learn) German.

  10. I think Paul and Ann have had an argument. They --- (speak) to each other.

  11. I don't understand this sentence. What --- (this word/mean)?

  12. 'What --- (you/do)?' 'I'm an electrical engineer.'

  13. I --- (play) the piano but I --- (not/play) very well.

  14. It --- (take) me an hour to get to work. How long --- (it/take) you?


1.3 Complete the sentences using one of these verbs: get change go grow make rise tell rise fall increase believe eat flow translate

You don't have to use all the verbs and you can use a verb more than once.

  1. The population of the world --- very fast.

  2. The earth --- round the sun.

  3. Rice --- in Britain.

  4. The sun --- in the east. rises

  5. Ken is still ill but he --- better slowly.

  6. The world ---. Things never stay the same.

  7. The cost of living ---. Every year things are more expensive.

  8. A liar is someone who --- the truth.

  9. The River Amazon --- into the Atlantic Ocean.

  10. The economic situation is already very bad and it --- worse.

  11. Bees --- honey.

  12. Vegetarians --- meat.

  13. An atheist --- in God.

  14. An interpreter --- from one language into another.


1.4 Complete using one of the following.

I apologise I insist I promise I recommend I suggest

1. It's a nice day. I --- we go out for a walk.

2. I won't tell anybody what you said. ---.

3. (in a restaurant) You must let me pay for the meal. ---.

4. --- for what I said about you. It wasn't true and I shouldn't have said it.

5. The new restaurant in Hill Street is very good --- it.


Put in like or as.

1. It's raining again. I hate weather _like_ this.

2. Jane failed her driving test _as_ she expected.

3. Do you think Carol looks --- her mother?

4. He really gets on my nerves. I can't stand people --- him.

5. Why didn't you do it --- I told you to do it?

6. 'What does Bill do?' 'He's a student --- most of his friends.'

7. Why do you never listen? Talking to you is --- talking to the wall.

8. --- I said yesterday, I'm thinking of changing my job.

9. Tom's idea seemed a good one, so we did --- he suggested.

10. It's a difficult problem. I never know what to do in situations --- this.

11. I'll phone you tomorrow --- usual, OK?

12. This tea is awful. It tastes --- water.

13. Suddenly there was a terrible noise. It was --- a bomb exploding.

14. She's a very good swimmer. She swims --- a fish.

15. I'm afraid I can't meet you on Sunday --- we arranged.

16. We met Keith last night. He was very cheerful --- always.

2 Complete the sentences using like or as + one of the following:

a beginner blocks of ice a palace a birthday present a problem a child a church winter a tourist guide

1. This house is beautiful. It's _like a palace._

2. Margaret once had a part-time job ---.

3. My feet are really cold. They're ---.

4. I've been learning Spanish for a few years but I still speak ---.

5. 1 wonder what that building with the tower is. It looks ---.

6. My brother gave me this watch --- a long time ago.

7. It's true that we disagree about some things but I don't regard this ---.

8. It's very cold for the middle of summer. It's ---.

9. He's 22 years old but he sometimes behaves ---.

3. Put in like or as.

1. Your English is very fluent. I wish I could speak --- you.

2. Don't take my advice if you don't want to. You can do --- you like.

3. You waste too much time doing things --- sitting in cafes all day.

4. 1 wish I had a car --- yours.

5. There's no need to change your clothes. You can go out --- you are.

6. My neighbour's house is full of interesting things. It's --- a museum.

7. 1 think I preferred this room --- it was, before we decorated it.

8. When we asked Sue to help us, she agreed immediately --- I knew she would.

9. Sharon has been working --- a waitress for the last two months.

10. While we were on holiday, we, spent most of our time doing energetic things --- sailing, water skiing and swimming.

11. You're different from the other people I know. I don't know anyone --- you.

12. We don't need all the bedrooms in the house, so we use one of them --- a study.

13. --- her father, Catherine has a very good voice.

14. The news that Sue and Jim were getting married came --- a complete surprise to me.

15. At the moment I've got a temporary job in a bookshop. It's OK --- a temporary job but I wouldn't like to do it permanently.


Read the text and for each question (1-4) choose the best answer А, В, С or D. Translate paragraph 6 and 7.

1 What is the writer's main purpose in writing the text?

A to describe how heroes catch villains

B to describe some well-known heroes and villains

С to tell some well-known cartoon stories

D to tell some well-known fairy tales

2 What does the writer say about Saruman?

A He was not always evil

В He is the writer's favourite character.

С Frodo wants to destroy him

D He has lost a valuable ring.

3 Which of the statements is true of Captain Hook?

A He works on his own.

В He has a partner called Jolly Roger.

С He has a black beard.

D He takes care of his appearance

4 What is the writer's opinion of villains?

A They are more important than the heroes.

В He likes them more than the heroes.

C He is happy to see them lose.

D They are just as important as the heroes.


In any book, cartoon or film we all love to see the heroes defeat the villains, save the world, win the girl and live happily ever after. But just between you and me, don't we feel a little bit sorry for the villains as well?

Saruman, from The Lord of the Rings, is an all-time favourite villain, the type of villain I like. He is a tall wizard with a long white beard and cold dark eyes. He wears a long white robe and carries a magic staff. Once he was a good wizard but the power of a magic ring has made him evil and greedy and now he wants to rule the world. Only Frodo, the small ring bearer, can stop him.

Frodo Baggins, a Hobbit, is small, brave and honest, with bright eyes, curly brown hair and very large hairy feet! His mission is to take the magic ring to Mordor where it will be destroyed. He travels with some friends and together they have to face many dangers. Gandalf a wise wizard, protects them and shows them the way.

Another of my favourite heroes is Peter Pan, a mischievous, daring boy with pointed ears who can fly and never grows older. Peter and his friends, the Lost Boys, have a dangerous enemy called Captain Hook.

With his black moustache, cruel laugh and a sharp metal hook instead of a hand, the cunning Captain Hook is a perfect villain. He always wears a broad-brimmed hat and fine clothes. He lives with a band of pirates on his ship, the Jolly Roger, making plans to kidnap the Lost Boys and capture the boy he hates.

Not all villains are men. The Wicked Queen in Snow White is one of the most cold-hearted villains ever. Beautiful but vain, the queen asks her mirror every day, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" The answer always pleases her, until one day the mirror replies that kind and caring Snow White is even prettier than her. The jealous queen is so angry that she dresses up as an old woman and gives Snow White a poisoned apple.

Whether heroes or villains, these are the characters I admire the most. I love to watch the heroes fight the villains and eventually see good win over evil. I also can't help feeling for the villains and their weaknesses; I just love to hate them! These stories are timeless and the characters are definitely larger than life.


Контрольная работа 2

EXERCISES

1 Put one of these verbs in each sentence:

buy catch cost drink fall hurt sell spend teach throw win write

1. Mozart --- more than 600 pieces of music.

2. 'How did you learn to drive?' 'My father --- me.'

3. We couldn't afford to keep our car, so we --- it.

4. I was very thirsty. I --- the water very quickly.

5. Paul and I played tennis yesterday. He's much better than me, so he --- easily.

6. Don --- down the stairs this morning and --- his lag.

7. Jim --- the ball to Sue, who --- it.

8. Ann --- a lot of money yesterday. She --- a dress which --- l100.

2. A friend has just come back from holiday. You ask him about it. Write your questions.

1. (where/go?) Where did you go?

2. (go alone?) ---

3. (food/good?) ---

4. (how long/stay there?) ---

5. (stay/at a hotel?) ---

6. (how/travel?) ---

7. (the weather/fine?) ---

8. (what/do in the evenings?) ---

9. (meet anybody interesting?) ---

3 Complete the sentences, Put the verb into the correct form, positive or negative.

1. It was warm, so I --- off my coat. (take)

2. The film wasn't very good. I --- it very much. (enjoy)

3. I knew Sarah was very busy, so I --- her. (disturb)

4. I was very tired, so I --- to bed early. (go)

5. The bed was very uncomfortable. I --- very well. (sleep)

6. Sue wasn't hungry, so she --- anything. (eat)

7. We went to Kate's house but she --- at home. (be)

8. It was a funny situation but nobody --- (laugh)

9. The window was open and a bird --- into the room. (fly)

10. The hotel wasn't very expensive. It --- very much. (cost)

11. I was in a hurry, so I --- time to phone you. (have)

12. It was hard work carrying the bags. They --- very heavy. (be)

4 Put the verbs into the correct form, past continuous or past simple.

1. I saw (see) Sue in town yesterday but she --- (look) the other way.

2. I --- (meet) Tom and Ann at the airport a few weeks ago. They --- (go) to Berlin and I --- (go) to Madrid. We --- (have) a chat while we --- (wait) for our flights.

3. I --- (cycle) home yesterday when suddenly a man --- (step) out into the road in front of me. I --- (go) quite fast but luckily I --- (manage) to stop in time and --- (not/hit) him.

5. Put the verbs into the correct form, past continuous or past simple.

1. Jane --- (wait) for me when I --- (arrive).

2. 'What --- (you/do) this time yesterday?' 'I was asleep.'

3. '--- (you/go) out last night?' 'No, I was too tired.'

4. 'Was Carol at the party last night?' 'Yes, she --- (wear) a really nice dress.'

5. How fast --- (you/drive) when the accident --- (happen)?

6. John --- (take) a photograph of me while I --- (not/look).

7. We were in a very difficult position. We --- (not/know) what to do.

8. I haven't seen Alan for ages. When I last --- (see) him, he --- (try) to find a Job in London.

9. I --- (walk) along the street when suddenly I --- (hear) footsteps behind me. Somebody --- (follow) me. I was frightened and I --- (start) to run.

10. When I was young, I --- (want) to be a bus driver.

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