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Курсы английского языка:
Общий курс разговорного английского языка
Общий курс делового английского языка
Английский язык для специалистов банковского дела и финансов
Английский язык для специалистов по продажам и закупкам
Английский язык для специалистов международного менеджмента
Английский язык для специалистов рекламы и маркетинга
Английский язык для специалистов по логистике
Английский язык для юристов
Английский язык для работников кадровых служб
Английский язык для специалистов гостиничного хозяйства
Английский язык для специалистов ресторанного бизнеса
Английский язык для специалистов туристического бизнеса
Технический английский язык
Английский язык для IT-специалистов
Английский язык для специалистов топливно-энергетического комплекса
Английский язык для специалистов нефтяной, газовой промышленности
Английский язык для специалистов автомобильной промышленности
Английский язык для специалистов в области авиации
Английский язык для медицинских работников
Английский язык для специалистов сельского хозяйства
Английский язык для проведения презентаций
Английский язык для проведения деловых встреч
Английский язык для написания электронных писем
Английский язык для делового общения по телефону
Английский язык для общения с клиентами
Срочная подготовка к собеседованию на английском языке
Помощь в составлении резюме, деловых писем на английском языке
Языковая подготовка к зарубежной, деловой поездке
Подготовка к сдаче ЕГЭ, вступительных экзаменов, зачётов на английском языке
Подготовка к сдаче международных экзаменов на английском языке
Английский язык для детей
Подбор индивидуальной программы обучения английскому языку
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Общий тест по английскому языку №1

Знание английского данным тестом определяется исходя из 6 уровней владения языком:

  • Beginner
  • Elementary
  • Pre-Intermediate
  • Intermediate
  • Upper-Intermediate
  • Advanced

Инструкция к прохождению теста.

Для верного определения Вашего уровня знания следуйте, пожалуйста, следующим рекомендациям:
  1. Если Вы не уверены в правильности ответа, пропустите вопрос
  2. Приступайте ко второй части теста, если Вы уверенно ответили на вопросы первой части, если нет, то пропустите вторую часть и нажмите кнопку "получить результат теста"

Part 1

Questions 1 - 5
  • Where can you see these notices?
  • For questions 1 to 5, mark one letter A, B or C on your Answer Sheet.

1.
You can look, but don’t touch the pictures.
in an officein a cinemain a museum

2.
Please give the right money to the driver.
in a bankon a busin a cinema

3.
NO PARKING PLEASE
in a streeton a bookon a table

4.
CROSS BRIDGE FOR TRAINS TO EDINBURGH
in a bankin a garagein a station

5.
KEEP IN A COLD PLACE
on clotheson furnitureon food
Questions 6 - 10
  • In this section you must choose the word which best fits each space in the texts.
  • For questions 6 to 10, mark one letter A, B, C or D on your Answer Sheet.

Good smiles ahead for young teeth


Older Britons are the worst in Europe when it comes to keeping their teeth. But British youngsters (6) .................. more to smile about because (7) .................. teeth are among the best. Almost 80% of Britons over 65 have lost all or some (8) .................. their teeth according to a World Health Organisation survey. Eating too (9) .................. sugar is part of the problem. Among (10) .................. , 12-year olds have on average only three missing, decayed or filled teeth.


6.
gettinggothavehaving

7.
theirsthemhistheir

8.
betweenamongoffrom

9.
muchlotmanydeal

10.
personpeoplechildrenfamily
Questions 11 - 15
  • In this section you must choose the word which best fits each space in the text below.
  • For questions 11 to 15, mark one letter A, B or C on your Answer Sheet.

THE STARS

There are millions of stars in the sky. If you look (11) .................. the sky on a clear night, it is possible to see about 3000 stars. They look small, but they are really (12) .................. big hot balls of burning gas. Some of them are huge, but others are much smaller, like our planet Earth. The biggest stars are very bright, but they only live for a short time. Every day new stars(13) .................. born and old stars die. All the stars are very far away. The light from the nearest star takes more (14) .................. four years to reach Earth. Hundreds of years ago, people (15) .................. stars, like the North star, to know which direction to travel in. Today you can still see that star.


11.
onupat

12.
verytoomuch

13.
isbeare

14.
thatofthan

15.
useusedusing

Part 2

Questions 16 - 20

Do not start this part unless told to do so by your test supervisor.
  • In this section you must choose the word or phrase which best fits each space in the texts.
  • For questions 16 to 20, mark one letter A, B, C or D on your Answer Sheet.

CLOCKS

The clock was the first complex mechanical machinery to enter the home, (16) ……………….. it was too expensive for the (17) ……………….. person until the 19th century, when (18) ……………….. production techniques lowered the price. Watches were also developed, but they (19) ……………….. luxury items until 1868 when the first cheap pocket watch was designed in Switzerland. Watches later became (20) ……………….. available and Switzerland became the world’s leading watch manufacturing centre for the next 100 years.


16.
despitealthoughotherwiseaverage

17.
averagemediumgeneralcommon

18.
vastlargewidemass

19.
lastedenduredkeptremained

20.
mostlychieflygreatlywidely
Questions 21 - 25

Christopher Columbus and the New World

On August 3, 1492, Christopher Columbus set sail from Spain to find a new route to India,
China and Japan. At this time most people thought you would fall off the edge of the world if you sailed too far. Yet sailors such as Columbus had seen how a ship appeared to get lower and lower on the horizon as it sailed away. For Columbus this (21) ................. that the world was round. He (22) ................. to his men about the distance travelled each day. He did not want them to think that he did not (23) ................. exactly where they were going. (24) ................. , on October 12, 1492, Columbus and his men landed on a small island he named San Salvador. Columbus believed he was in Asia, (25) ................. he was actually in the Caribbean.


21.
madepointedwasproved

22.
liedtoldcheatedasked

23.
findknowthinkexpect

24.
NextSecondlyFinallyOnce

25.
becausebutasif
Questions 26 - 45
  • In this section you must choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence.
  • For questions 26 to 45, mark one letter A, B, C or D on your Answer Sheet.

26.
The children won’t go to sleep .................... we leave a light on outside their bedroom.
exceptotherwiseunlessbut

27.
I’ll give you my spare keys in case you .................... home before me.
would getgotwill getget

28.
My holiday in Paris gave me a great .................... to improve my French accent.
occasionchancehopepossibility

29.
The singer ended the concert .................... her most popular song.
bywithinas

30.
Because it had not rained for several months, there was a ...................... of water.
shortagedropscarcewaste

31.
I’ve always .................... you as my best friend.
regardedthoughtmeantsupposed

32.
She came to live here .................... a month ago.
quitebeyondalreadyalmost

33.
Don’t make such a ....................! The dentist is only going to look at your teeth.
fusstroubleworryreaction

34.
He spent a long time looking for a tie which .................... with his new shirt.
worewentmadefixed

35.
Fortunately, .................... from a bump on the head, she suffered no serious injuries from her fall.
otherexceptbesides apart

36.
She had changed so much that .................... anyone recognised her.
nearlynothardlyalmost

37.
.................... teaching English, she also writes children’s books.
MoreoverAs well asIn additionApart

38.
It was clear that the young couple were ..................... of taking charge of the restaurant.
responsiblereliablecapableable

39.
The book .................... of ten chapters, each one covering a different topic.
comprisesincludesconsistscontains

40.
Mary was disappointed with her new shirt as the colour .................... very quickly.
bleacheddiedvanishedfaded

41.
National leaders from all over the world are expected to attend the .................... meeting.
peaksummittopapex

42.
Jane remained calm when she won the lottery and .................... about her business as if nothing had happened.
camebrought wentmoved

43.
I suggest we ..................... outside the stadium tomorrow at 8.30.
meetingmeetmetwill meet

44.
My remarks were ..................... as a joke, but she was offended by them.
pretendedthoughtmeantsupposed

45.
You ought to take up swimming for the ..................... of your health.
concernreliefsakecause
Questions 46 - 50

Dublin City Walks

What better way of getting to know a new city than by walking around it? Whether you choose the Medieval Walk, which will (46) ……………….. you to the Dublin of 1000 years ago, find out about the more (47) ……………….. history of the city on the Eighteenth Century Walk, or meet the ghosts of Dublin’s many writers on the Literary Walk, we know you will enjoy the experience.
Dublin City Walks (48) ……………….. twice daily. Meet your guide at 10.30 a.m. or 2.30 p.m. at the Tourist Information Office. No advance (49) ……………….. is necessary. Special (50) ……………….. are available for families, children and parties of more than ten people.


46.
introducepresentmoveshow

47.
nearlaterecentclose

48.
take placeoccurworkfunction

49.
payingreservingwarningbooking

50.
fundscostsfeesrates
Questions 51 - 60
  • In this section you must choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence.
  • For questions 51 to 60, mark one letter A, B, C or D on your Answer Sheet.

51
If you’re not too tired we could have a .................... of tennis after lunch.
matchplaygameparty

52.
Don’t you get tired .................... watching TV every night?
withbyofat

53.
Go on, finish the dessert. It needs .................... up because it won’t stay fresh until tomorrow.
eateatingto eateaten

54.
We’re not used to ..................... invited to very formal occasions.
behavebeinghaving

55.
I’d rather we .................... meet this evening, because I’m very tired.
wouldn’tshouldn’thadn’tdidn’t

56.
She obviously didn’t want to discuss the matter so I didn’t .................... the point.
maintainchasefollowpursue

57.
Anyone ...... after the start of the play is not allowed in until the interval.
arriveshas arrivedarrivingarrived

58.
This new magazine is .................... with interesting stories and useful information.
fullpackedthickcompiled

59.
The restaurant was far too noisy to be .................... to relaxed conversation.
conducivesuitablepracticalfruitful

60.
In this branch of medicine, it is vital to ..................... open to new ideas.
standcontinueholdremain