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высшего образования, учебных заведениях, специализирующихся на повышении
квалификации и дополнительном образовании, а также об их филиалах,
расположенных в Москве и Московской области.
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и адреса электронной почты.
Примеры задач по английскому языку на вступительных экзаменах в Московские ВУЗы
РЭА им Г.В.Плеханова
Вам предстоит выполнить работу, состоящую из 50 заданий:
· Прочитать текст и ответить на 5 следующих за ним вопросов,
выбрав правильный ответ из четырех приведенных;
· Прочитать текст и заполнить в нем пропуски, выбрав 10
подходящих слов из 15 данных;
· Выполнить грамматический тест на 35 тестовых единиц,
выбрав правильный ответ из четырех данных.
Время письменного экзамена - 1.4 часа.
словарем пользоваться можно.
На первый взгляд это может показаться несложным, но
трудность письменного экзамена состоит в том, что исправить
допущенную, иногда одну единственную, но решающую ошибку
нельзя. Ведь, "что написано пером не вырубить топором".
Что же посоветовать абитуриенту?
При выполнении каждого задания будьте предельно внимательны.
Несколько раз проверьте каждый ответ, и ни в коем случае не
ориентируйтесь на подсказки соседей. Они тоже могут
ошибаться, как и Вы.
Абитуриент правильно выполнивший 35, 36, 37 заданий получал
оценку 3(три). Выполнившие правильно 34 и менее заданий...,
но про грустное говорить не будем.
Да, экзамен не простой, но упорные, настойчивые и
поставившие целью стать студентами РЭА обязательно его
сдадут. Желаем успеха!
Прочитайте текст и ответьте на следующие за ним вопросы,
отметив правильный вариант ответа
A LUCKY ADVENTURER
Since my first days on this planet I have always shown love
for adventures, determination and free spirit. Now, when I
remember my childhood I can't help feeling sorry for my poor
parents. When I was born, the family moved to Ireland, and
it was there that I showed the first signs of die
adventurous side of my nature. Mum recalls how she left me
sitting with a box of toys inside a playpen (манеж) in the
living room while she was working in the kitchen. A few
minutes later she was surprised to find me crawling around
her feet. Puzzled, she carried me back to the playpen and
convinced herself that, perhaps, she hadn't put me inside it
in the first place. When I appeared in the kitchen for die
third time, she realized something was wrong and decided to
keep an eye on me through the crack in the door. She
couldn't believe her eyes. I lifted the edge of the playpen,
crawled out under the gap and then pulled the playpen down
to the floor again, leaving everything in the right place.
Everything, that is, except me.
The day I found a way out of my imprisonment was the start
of my adventures. Nothing much was going to stop me as I
found a variety of ways to escape and to cause parental
anxieties. If I was left outside in my pram I pushed it up
and down until it started moving. All by myself I managed to
cover some very impressive distances but, luckily, everyone
knew who I was and where to return me. When my sister was
born, I was 15 months old, up on my own two feet and walking.
And mat posed a new set of problems for my Mum and Dad, who
were constantly running around trying to contain my desire
to travel. Dad decided to put a fence round the garden but
that was never much of an obstacle, it was more of a
challenge. For me, if it was there, it was there to be
climbed. I regularly managed to escape and often the only
evidence of me having been in the garden was a pair of
trousers left hanging on the fence.
These were the first signs of the free spirit and my
competitiveness took only slightly longer to show itself.
After 18 months in Ireland, we returned to England. During a
toddlers' 20-mctrc race, I found unexpectedly a new method
of dealing with the opposition. This involved me knocking
into the other runners, leaving them on their backsides, and
consequently finding myself about as far ahead as you can
get in a 20-metre race. Surprised, I stopped to look where
the rest of the runners were, only to find them all back on
their feet and running past me.
Years later, a lack of skill and experience led to a
sporting disaster. As one of the team captains on the school
sports day I had asked for volunteers to compete in the mile
race. No one volunteered so I had to run. I decided that I
was going to win or die trying. When they carried me off the
stadium, I was about a round ahead of the other runners but
it was just a pity that there were still another two rounds
In the 20-metre race, the writer
1. accidentally caused a problem.
2. did not know where the finish was.
3. tried to win by cheating.
4. did not understand the rules.
The writers mother was astonished because
1. he left no trace of how he had got out of the playpen.
2. he could not find his own way from the playpen to the
3. she could not understand how he was getting in the
4. she had to leave everything in the right place.
What does the writer say about the mile race?
1. He was glad to take part in it.
2. He was expecting to win it easily.
3. He did not know how many rounds it involved.
4. He did not run it in a proper way.
What does the writer say about the fence in the garden?
1. He hurt himself trying to get over it.
2. His parents watched him climbing it.
3. He was annoyed that his parents put it up.
4. He immediately wanted to prove he could climb it.
Why was the writer fortunate in his adventures?
1. Nobody knew him.
2. No harm was done to him.
3. He always knew well where to go.
4. Somebody always went with him.
Заполните пропуски, выбрав подходящие по смыслу слова из
The Americans are keen on _________the race to send human
beings to Mars. In 1992. the new boss of the
____________explorers to another planet in the solar system.
He reminded them of the symbolic gift ____________to the
moon and back by the Apollo 11 mission. It bears a message
intended for the crew of the first spaceship which will
visit Mars. Goldin thinks it is time to begin the
preparations for this historic journey. His speech the words
of the President, who promised that in 2019, 50 years after
Neil Armstrong ___________on to the Moon, the first
astronaut would stand on Mars.
By the end of the twentieth century, various unmanned
spaceships had _____________investigated the surface of the
planet. But, however clever a robot may be, it cannot
_______________the type of information which can be gained
from direct ________________experience. The first geologist
on the moon, Harrison Schmitt, was ______________of
interpreting the story of the landscape on the spot. Until
______________walk on the red deserts of Mars, we will not
be able to determine the history of this frozen world in any
Отметьте правильный ответ
A car is not __________ to park __________ a bicycle.
1. so easily ... as
2. such easy ... as
3. as easy ... as
4. more easier ... than
Alice thinks the firm is in trouble. She __________ this
1. was not paid
2. has not paid
3. has not been paid
4. had not been paid
All his advice __________ useless and never helped me.
2. have been
Ann did not notice them __________ her.
1. were following
2. to follow
4. had been following
Any foreigner __________ to work in this country must have a
1. is wishing
3. having wishing
Cuckoos do not build nests, they use nests of __________
1. the other
He decided to delay his departure until he __________ the
1. would see
3. did not see
4. would not see
He had __________ little knowledge that he could not pass
3. such a
4. so a
He showed no sign of __________.
1. having offended
3. having offending
4. being offended
I do not mind __________ after when I am old.
2. being looking
3. to look
4. being looked
I would like to know how many times __________ since he came
to New York.
1. has he called
2. he called
3. he has called
4. he had called
It is difficult to make a stubborn person __________ his
mind about something.
1. to change
4. to be changed
Jane had a great number of mistakes in her test. __________
1. So did her friend
2. Her friend had either
3. Neither did her friend
4. So had her friend
Regular exercise makes you feel __________.
1. a lot more healthier
2. less healthier
3. a lot healthy
4. a lot healthier
She put her __________ clothes into a bag and walked out of
the house forever.
3. a little
So far scientists __________ to find a cure for the disease.
1. had failed
4. have failed
That is nice, __________?
1. is not that
2. is that
3. is it
4. is not it
The breakfast __________ in the train was awful.
1. was served
4. having served
The living room looks lovely. We __________.
1. have just been redecorated it
2. had just had it redecorated
3. had just redecorated it
4. have just had it redecorated
The sauce is great. It __________.
1. is tasting good
2. tastes so well
3. tastes good
4. is tasting very well
The vegetables did not taste good. They __________ for too
1. were being cooked
2. had been cooked
3. were cooked
There are many problems in my life. I have not decided yet
what __________ in the near future.
1. shall I do
2. I do
3. am I going to do
4. I will do
Unless we __________ so much energy our resources will last
1. will waste
2. will not waste
4. do not waste
We doubted if she __________ her decision by the end of the
1. would be changed
3. had changed
4. would have changed
We managed to get to the airport in no time because there
1. were heavy
2. was little
3. is much
4. were much
We __________ with the Smiths for two days and returned to
London by train.
1. had stayed
2. have stayed
4. have been staying
When we arrived home the preparations for the party still
1. were making
2. were made
3. were being made
4. had been made
You may laugh, but I hardly find __________ amusing about
finding a snake in your tent at night.
__________ attentive you are, __________ mistakes you make.
1. The more, the more
2. The more, the less
3. The less, the fewer
4. The more, the fewer
__________ by a shop window he paid attention to the picture
1. To pass
2. Having passing
4. Being passed
__________ is made of wood.
1. The kitchen door
2. The kitchen’s door
3. The kitchen doors
4. The kitchens door
__________ no reason why I cant see you tomorrow.
1. It is
2. There is
3. It was
4. There are
__________ the station __________ the cinema is a good place
1. Either, or
2. Neither, or
3. Both, and
4. Either, and
__________ who wanted to see the match were disappointed.
1. Most people
2. Most of the people
3. Most of people
4. Most the people
__________ you ever __________ any elephants when you were
1. Did ... see
2. Were ... seen
3. Had … seen
4. Have ... seen
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