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11.02.2014, 15:49

Test

Variant I

1. Choose ONE suitable linking word.

1.  Her salary is higher than mine ____________ we do the same work.

A      although

B       despite

C       however

2.  __________ not having eaten for 24 hours, I didn't feel hungry.

A      whatever

B       in spite of

C       however

3.  I can't wear this coat in winter, because It's __________ cold.

A      whatever

B       too

C       obviously

4.  We lost the match __________ we were the best team.

A      if

B       in spite of

C       although

2. Use the modal verbs must, can/may, can’t.

1. I'm not quite sure where to go for my holidays but I … go to the USA.

2. You can tell Tom what I said but he … keep it a secret.

3. If you're under 18, you … drive a car in Russia.

4. You … drive for a year in Britain with an international license.

3. Read the dialogue and mark the sentences as true (T) or false (F).

A: Hi, Ben! How were your exams?

B: Nice of you to ask about them. Everything’s all right, thanks.

A: Is it? You look worried. Is there anything wrong?

B: No, everything’s all right, but when we were waiting for the results of the exam, we spoke about our future and our career plans. You know, I was the only one who hadn’t decided yet.

A: Well, let’s try to find out what kind of job could be suitable for you. I’ve got a special test that might give us the answer. All you need to do is to answer some questions. The first one is: "Would you like to work in an office or be out and about during working hours?”

B: It depends… But no, I think I would rather work inside. It could be difficult to be outside if the weather is bad. But I want to have the opportunity to be out in good weather, too.

A: Are good working conditions, job satisfaction and stability important to you?

B: Yes, I want my job to be exciting but not very stressful. Stability is very important to me, too. But I don’t want to work at the weekends or in summer.

A: And how about job satisfaction? What does that mean to you?

B: To me, job satisfaction isn’t just a quick promotion or good money. I want to feel useful.

A: Would you prefer working with machines or with people?

B: When I was little, I enjoyed taking things apart to see how they worked. But now communicating with people is much more important to me. I want to work with nice and friendly people.

A: OK. That’s enough. Let’s have a look at the test results. Well, there is a long list of jobs which meet your requirements. And the job of babysitter is at the top of the list.

B: Babysitter?! I have never thought about babysitting, but I don’t mind working with children. I’m very good at sports and the job of a coach has a lot of advantages. I’ll definitely try to learn more about it.

 

1. Ben has passed his exams.

2. Ben has no career plans and it worries him.

3. Ben wants to have any job that allows him to work outside in any weather because he hates being in an office.

4. Job satisfaction for Ben means only good money and promotion opportunities.

4. Give English equivalent to the following Russian words.

1. ответственность                                         4. архитектор

2. чувство юмора                                           5. получить хорошие результаты

3. хирург                                                         6. способность быстро принимать решения


 Test

Variant II

 

1. Choose ONE suitable linking word.

1.  She wasn't very rich __________ she gave money to the beggar.

A      but

B       also

C       due to

2.      I wish I could speak English __________ you do.

A      otherwise

B       nevertheless

C       as well as

3.  __________ her injured foot, she managed to walk to the village.

A      despite

B       furthermore

C  as well

4.      Nobody was listening anymore; __________ the recital continued.

A      whereas

B       simultaneously

C       nevertheless

2. Use the modal verbs must, can/may, can’t.

1.  Zag … go to the cinema with us. He is not very busy.

2. "… I get you lemonade?” "That's very nice of you.”

3. The book is not on the shelf. Jean … be reading it now.

4. I … visit you every day.

3. Read the dialogue and mark the sentences as true (T) or false (F).

A: Hi, Ben! How were your exams?

B: Nice of you to ask about them. Everything’s all right, thanks.

A: Is it? You look worried. Is there anything wrong?

B: No, everything’s all right, but when we were waiting for the results of the exam, we spoke about our future and our career plans. You know, I was the only one who hadn’t decided yet.

A: Well, let’s try to find out what kind of job could be suitable for you. I’ve got a special test that might give us the answer. All you need to do is to answer some questions. The first one is: "Would you like to work in an office or be out and about during working hours?”

B: It depends… But no, I think I would rather work inside. It could be difficult to be outside if the weather is bad. But I want to have the opportunity to be out in good weather, too.

A: Are good working conditions, job satisfaction and stability important to you?

B: Yes, I want my job to be exciting but not very stressful. Stability is very important to me, too. But I don’t want to work at the weekends or in summer.

A: And how about job satisfaction? What does that mean to you?

B: To me, job satisfaction isn’t just a quick promotion or good money. I want to feel useful.

A: Would you prefer working with machines or with people?

B: When I was little, I enjoyed taking things apart to see how they worked. But now communicating with people is much more important to me. I want to work with nice and friendly people.

A: OK. That’s enough. Let’s have a look at the test results. Well, there is a long list of jobs which meet your requirements. And the job of babysitter is at the top of the list.

B: Babysitter?! I have never thought about babysitting, but I don’t mind working with children. I’m very good at sports and the job of a coach has a lot of advantages. I’ll definitely try to learn more about it.

 

1. Ben looks worried because he failed his exams.

2. Ben decided everything about his career when he was little.

3. Ben doesn’t care about stability in a job.

4. Ben discovers that a job as a coach might be suitable for him.

4. Give English equivalent to the following Russian words.

1. хорошо оплачиваемая работа                      4. держать слово

2. получить хороший опыт                              5. творческий

3. расширять кругозор                                      6. уверенный


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