АҒЫЛШЫН ТІЛІ Нұсқау: Сізге берілген бес жауап нұсқасынан бір дұрыс жауапты таңдауға арналған тапсырмалар беріледі.Таңдаған жауапты жауап парағындағы сәйкес орынға, дөңгелекшені толық бояу арқылы белгілеу қажет. 1. The odd word
2. The meaning of the idiom “rain one’s brains”
A)try very hard to think of something
B)spoil someone’s happy feelings
C)in an unsafe or risky position
D)suspected of some wrongdoing
3. The correct cardinal number “40”
4. Superlative adjective
A)the most perfectest
C)the most difficult
5. The correct preposition
I am looking … my birthday party.
6. The correct variant of number
Omar was born on the 12th of March, 2009.
B)twelve/ two thousand and nine
C)twelfth/two thousand and nine
E)twelve/twenty zero nine
7. The correct negative sentence
A)Public criticism his poem didn’t attract.
B)His poem didn’t attract public criticism.
C)His poem public criticism didn’t attract.
D)Did his poem attract public criticism.
E)Didn’t attract his poem public criticism.
8. The correct sentence
A)I help often my mother in the house.
B)I often my mother help in the house.
C)I often in the house help my mother.
D)I often help my mother in the house.
E)Often I help my mother in the house.
9. The right variant
Why…they…to play football?
10. Complete the sentence
Compulsory school in Britain is between …
A)7 and 20 years
B)5 and 16 years
C)10 and 18 years
D)1 and 10 years
E)4 and 19 years
11. The correct question with Complex object
A)Did you feel anybody touch your shoulder?
B)Do you see children to build sand houses?
C)Did you saw Maral making supper?
D)Have you seen Jane to work out?
E)Have you noticed Oleg to enter the room?
12. The correct word order
A)Get up we usually on Sunday late.
B)We get up usually late on Sunday.
C)We usually get up late on Sunday.
D)Usually get up we late on Sunday.
E)We get up late usually on Sunday.
13. The correct variant of calculation
… take away two is ten.
A)to make air, water or land too dirty
B)to use laptop
C)to allow yourself to buy something
D)to travel around the world
E)to make an unpleasant sound
15. The sentence with the correct word order
A)At his joke I laugh didn’t.
B)I didn’t at his joke laugh.
C)I didn’t laugh at his joke.
D)I at his joke didn’t laugh.
E)I didn’t joke laugh at his.
16. The correct Tense in Unreal Conditional
If the weather … fine yesterday, he … to the country.
A)had been, would have gone
B)would be, went
C)would be, would go
D)has been, would go
E)will, would go
17. The correct variant
He became famous for his theories of evolution and natural selection.
18. The correct form of the noun
During the twentieth century cars, electric lights, space travel and amazing …in medicine changed people’s life.
19. The appropriate variant
… Africa is much larger than … Europe.
20. Complete the sentence with an adjective
This hotel is …. in our city.
Text. All in all, it was probably a mistake to look for the answer to the eternal question “Does money buy happiness” from people who practice what’s called the dismal science. For when economists tackled the question, they started from the observation that when people put something up for sale they try to get as much for it as they can get, and when people buy something they try to pay as little for it as they can. Both sides in the transaction, the economists noticed, are therefore behaving as if they would be happier, they wound up receiving more money or holding on to more money.
Hence, more money must be better than less of it is if it brings your greater contentment. The economists’ conclusion: the more money you have, the happier you must be. “Psychologists have spent decades studying the relation between wealth and happiness”, writes Harvard University psychologist Daniel Gilbert in his best-selling “Stumbling on Happiness”, and they have generally concluded that wealth increases human happiness when it lifts people out of abject poverty and into the middle class, but that it does little to increase happiness thereafter.
In a typical survey people are asked to rank their sense of well-being or happiness on a scale from 1 to 7, where 1 means “not at all satisfied with my life” and 7 means “completely satisfied”.
Of the American multimillionaires who responded, the average happiness score was 5.8. Homeless people in Calcutta came in at 2.9. But before you assume that money does buy happiness after all, consider who else rated themselves around 5.8: the Inuit of northern Greenland, who do not exactly lead a life of luxury, and the cattle-herding Masai of Kenya, whose dung huts have no electricity or running water. And proving Gilbert’s point about money buying happiness only when it lifts you out of abject poverty, slum dwellers in Calcutta one economic rung above the homeless rate themselves at 4.6.
21. According to Daniel Gilbert, money makes people happier as people… .
A)can buy expensive things
B)can buy jewelry
C)get low salaries
D)improve their living conditions
E)live in poor conditions
22. Slum dwellers are inhabitants of the ... regions.
23. … people are in Calcutta came in at 2.9.
24. A house of Masai of Kenya lacks… .
25. More money must be better if it causes… .
26. The right Possessive Case
A)The pupils’ books are on the table.
B)She’s sleeping now.
C)His daughter is married.
These are Mr Evans’ trainers.
E)This is Colin’s T-shirt.
F)I am at home.
G)He’s an engineer.
H)Its kennel is black.
27. The correct sentence(s) with reflexive pronoun
A)Rita did salad by myself.
B)We managed to finish.
C)She got her parcel.
D)Marat has no any idea.
E)Meruert looked at herself.
F)Amina draws the picture by herself.
G)We bought a new vase for her.
H)Ruslan read the letter to her.
28. Plant(s) and tree(s)
29. Phrasal verb(s) concerning the topic “shopping”
A)to look at
B)to wake up
C)to sell out
D)to pay for
E)to put off
F)to go on
G)to work out
H)to get on
30. The sentence(s) in Subjunctive Mood
A)I wish I could sing.
B)I wish I will save some money.
C)I seem to have lost the tickets, I can’t find them.
D)The road is busy all the time, even at night.
E)What a nice weather!
F)They have lived together for a long time.
G)The building was totally destroyed in the fire.
H)Jack will be back in a week.
31. The correct Sequence of Tenses
A)She said she buys a new dress.
B)She says she has bought a new dress.
C)She says she would buy a new dress.
D)She said she has bought a new dress .
E)She says she was bought a new dress .
F)She says she will buy a new dress.
G)She says she bought a new dress .
H)She said she is buying a new dress .
32. Irregular ordinal number(s)
33. The regular verb(s)
34. Make the sentence negative
I phoned Dmitry at 3 o’clock. … the phone.
A)No one answer
B)He hasn’t answered
C)He won’t answer
D)He didn’t answer
E)He doesn’t answer
F)He will answer
35. The appropriate verbs:
He said he… his home exercises.
A)will be doing