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Внутришкольный контроль

Проверочная работа по английскому языку

1 полугодие 6 класс







Камелавкина Елена Викторовна

учитель английского языка 2 категории















г. Троицк

2012

Test. (The 6th form)

Variant 1.



  1. Fill in the prepositions: in, at, for, to, by, on, off, into, out of, from, -.

  1. Have you ever been … board … the ship?

  2. I like listening … music.

  3. We are proud … our country.

  4. Where did you buy this ticket … Madrid?

  5. Where did you spend your summer holidays? - … the seaside.

  6. My brother specializes … History.

  7. Let’s go … a journey.

  8. Here is our taxi. Let’s get … it.



  1. Open the brackets using Present Perfect or Past Simple.

  1. He … just … a glass of juice (drink).

  2. What dress … you … yesterday (choose)?

  3. you … well last Monday (feel)?

  4. you ever … about the country (travel)?

  5. she … the tickets yet (buy)?

  6. When … he … (arrive)?

  7. Jacob … never … his bus (miss).



  1. Ask questions to the sentences.

  1. He went to the country yesterday. (Special question)

  2. They have already done their homework. (General question)

  3. She hasn’t sung this song. (Tail question)

  4. John bought a wonderful badge last summer. (A question to the subject)

  5. She caught a bus a minute ago. (Alternative question)



  1. Make up sentences.

  1. Twenty, got, ago, my parents, married, years,

  2. A question, him, I, ask, didn’t.

  3. Left, my, ten minutes, I, slippers, ago, here.

  4. Stories, ever, you, read, by, have, Mark Twain?

  5. Canada, been , they, to, have, this year.

  6. Never, a bicycle, has, his little sister, ridden.



  1. Read the text and choose the right variant.

The Earl (граф) of Sandwich lived long ago in England. He was a fanatic about playing cards. He didn’t even want to stop playing enough to eat a meal and refused to put his cards away. So his servant invented a quick meal for him. He put some meat between two slices of bread, so that the Earl could hold his meal in one hand and play cards with the other.

Sandwiches were great favourites in Victorian England. It was a tradition to take an afternoon tea at about 5 o’clock, and many rich families ate sandwiches at that time. Cucumber sandwiches were very popular. The servants always cut the crusts (корки) off the bread, so the sandwiches were very small and delicate. Sandwiches are less elegant now and often much bigger. The American comic strip character Dagwood Bumstead is famous for his “Dagwood” sandwiches which have up to 10 slices of bread packed with different fillings all one on top of the other. The English eat millions of sandwiches every day. They are a typical ‘snack’ meal because they are easy and quick to prepare. You can buy sandwiches if you don’t want to make them yourself. There are thousands of sandwich bars and cafes and even some restaurant that sell them.

  1. What kind of meal did the Earl’s of Sandwich servant invent?

  1. Quick and convenient

  2. Very delicious

  3. Very good for health

  4. Junk food

  1. What was one of the great traditions in Victorian England?

  1. Make cucumber sandwiches

  2. Cut the crusts off the bread

  3. Have 5 o’clock tea

  4. Eat lots of sandwiches

  1. What kind of sandwiches do people have today?

  1. Very elegant

  2. Very big

  3. With many slices of bread

  4. Much bigger than they used to be

  1. Why do people like to have sandwiches for their meal?

  1. Because sandwiched are a typical ‘snack’ meal.

  2. Because people can do sandwiches themselves.

  3. Because sandwiches are easy and quick to cook.

  4. Because people can buy sandwiches almost everywhere.







Test. (The 6th form)

Variant 2.



  1. Fill in the prepositions: in, at, for, to, by, on, off, into, out of, from, -.

  1. She always speaks … a loud voice.

  2. When do you usually come home? - … a quarter … two.

  3. I like reading novels … L.Tolstoy

  4. When will she arrive … London

  5. He couldn’t find the answer … the question.

  6. Do you often shake hands … your friends?

  7. Have you ever travelled … plane?

  8. Here is our stop. It’s time to get … the bus.



  1. Open the brackets using Present Perfect or Past Simple.

  1. you ever … money in the street (find)?

  2. Jane ever … to a foreign country (be)?

  3. Nick … never … by plane (fly).

  4. Polly ever … Vera by the shoulder (shake)?

  5. Look. He … just … up (stand).

  6. Paul … a bus and was on time (catch).

  7. Who … Mickey Mouse (create)?



  1. Ask questions to the sentences.

  1. Jane wore this dress at the party. (A question to the subject)

  2. I have just missed a bus. (General question)

  3. They have never been to the USA. (Tail question)

  4. He got into a car with his friend. (Alternative question)

  5. Tom played hide-and-seek with his friends in the yard. (Special question)



  1. Make up sentences.

  1. Went, Sue, last week, on holiday, to Spain.

  2. Painted, last year, the house, we.

  3. Didn’t, Jim and George, the tram, yesterday, catch, morning.

  4. Hasn’t, yet, he, paid, the bill

  5. Chess, never, Molly, has, played.

  6. Joined, who, just, has, us?



  1. Read the text and choose the right variant.

The Earl (граф) of Sandwich lived long ago in England. He was a fanatic about playing cards. He didn’t even want to stop playing enough to eat a meal and refused to put his cards away. So his servant invented a quick meal for him. He put some meat between two slices of bread, so that the Earl could hold his meal in one hand and play cards with the other.

Sandwiches were great favourites in Victorian England. It was a tradition to take an afternoon tea at about 5 o’clock, and many rich families ate sandwiches at that time. Cucumber sandwiches were very popular. The servants always cut the crusts (корки) off the bread, so the sandwiches were very small and delicate. Sandwiches are less elegant now and often much bigger. The American comic strip character Dagwood Bumstead is famous for his “Dagwood” sandwiches which have up to 10 slices of bread packed with different fillings all one on top of the other. The English eat millions of sandwiches every day. They are a typical ‘snack’ meal because they are easy and quick to prepare. You can buy sandwiches if you don’t want to make them yourself. There are thousands of sandwich bars and cafes and even some restaurant that sell them.

  1. What kind of meal did the Earl’s of Sandwich servant invent?

  1. Quick and convenient

  2. Very delicious

  3. Very good for health

  4. Junk food

  1. What was one of the great traditions in Victorian England?

  1. Make cucumber sandwiches

  2. Cut the crusts off the bread

  3. Have 5 o’clock tea

  4. Eat lots of sandwiches

  1. What kind of sandwiches do people have today?

  1. Very elegant

  2. Very big

  3. With many slices of bread

  4. Much bigger than they used to be

  1. Why do people like to have sandwiches for their meal?

  1. Because sandwiched are a typical ‘snack’ meal.

  2. Because people can do sandwiches themselves.

  3. Because sandwiches are easy and quick to cook.

  4. Because people can buy sandwiches almost everywhere.









Answers.



Variant 1.

Variant 2.

Task 1

    1. on, -

    2. to

    3. of

    4. to

    5. at

    6. in

    7. on

    8. into

    1. in

    2. at, to/past

    3. by

    4. in

    5. to

    6. with

    7. by

    8. off

Task 2

    1. He has drunk a glass of juice.

    2. What dress did you choose yesterday?

    3. Did you feel well last Monday?

    4. Have you ever traveled about the country?

    5. Has she bought the tickets yet?

    6. When did he arrive?

    7. Jacob has never missed his bus.

  1. Have you ever found money in the street?

  2. Has Jane ever been to a foreign country?

  3. Nick has never flown by plane.

  4. Has Polly ever shaken Vera by the shoulder?

  5. Look. He has just stood up.

  6. Paul caught a bus and was on time.

  7. Who created Mickey Mouse?

Task 3

  1. Where did he go yesterday? (a special question)

  2. Have they done their h-w yet?

  3. , has she?

  4. Who bought a wonderful badge…?

  5. Did she catch … or … ?

  1. Who wore this dress at the party?

  2. Have you missed a bus?

  3. , have they?

  4. Did he get into a car or into a taxi?

  5. What game did he play with his friends? (a special question)

Task 4

  1. My parents got married 20 years ago.

  2. I didn’t ask him a question.

  3. I left my slippers here ten minutes ago.

  4. Have you ever read stories by Mark Twain?

  5. They have been to Canada this year.

  6. His little sister has never ridden a bicycle.

  1. Sue went to Spain on holiday last week.

  2. We painted the house last year.

  3. Jim and George didn’t catch the tram yesterday morning.

  4. He hasn’

Task 5

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Использованные материалы:

Верещагина И.Н., Афанасьева О.В. Английский язык 4 класс (ч.2) – Учебник для 4 класса школ с углублённым изучением английского языка – М.: Просвещение, 2008

Ю.С. Веселова Сборник тренировочных и проверочных заданий. Английский язык. 6 класс (в формате ЕГЭ)/ Ю.С. Веселова. – М.: Интеллект-Центр, 2010



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