ВПР. Английский язык. 7 класс. 10 типовых вариантов. Морозова Е.П. и др.

У тебя в руках пособие, которое поможет тебе подготовиться к выполнению заданий Всероссийской проверочной работы (ВПР) по английскому языку. Эта работа предназначена для контроля и оценки уровня владения английским языком, которого ты смог достичь по окончании 7 класса. В данном пособии собраны 10 тестов, каждый из которых содержит задания письменной и устной части.
Письменная часть представляет собой тест, в рамках которого проверяются умения аудирования (прослушивание диалога), чтения (чтение текста с пониманием его основного содержания) и уровень владения лексикой и грамматикой английского языка. В устной части работы тебе нужно будет прочитать вслух отрывок из текста и описать человека на фотографии с опорой на план.

ВПР. Английский язык. 7 класс. 10 типовых вариантов. Морозова Е.П. и др.

Английский язык. 7 класс.

Установите соответствие тем 1-6 текстам А-Е. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя
6 I 1. Understandable books
2. New objects discovered
3. The Milky Way is not the only one
4. Exciting mathematics
5. An inspiring fruit
6. The honourable prize
A. American astronomer Edwin Hubble is famous for discovering the existence of other galaxies, as well as his important work on astrophysics and his invention of the most powerful Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble had a great influence on astronomy, and science in general, by showing that other galaxies besides our own Milky Way existed. People used to think that there was only the Milky Way galaxy, Hubble’s discoveries which were announced in 1925 changed our view of the universe. An asteroid and a moon crater were also named after him.
B. Sir Isaac Newton is one of the most influential scientists of all time. He came up with numerous theories and ideas in many different fields such as physics, mathematics and philosophy. In 1687, Newton published the book Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. In it he describes universal gravitation and the three laws of movement. Newton was known to have said that his work on developing a theory of gravitation was inspired by watching an apple fall from a tree. A story is well-known to this very day.
C. Stephen Hawking was one of the most famous scientists of modern times. He gave the world of science a lot of new ideas and theories. He helped to make science popular with general public by writing easy-to-read books such as A Brief History of Time. Hawking worked a lot on the subject of black holes, providing theories for their behaviour, including the idea that they emit radiation.
D. Galileo Galilei was an Italian scientist who helped open the eyes of the world to a new way of thinking about our solar system and astronomy in general. Among his inventions were telescopes, a compass and a thermometer. With his telescopes
Galileo could observe the sky in absolutely new ways. He discovered Jupiter’s four largest satellite moons. The discovery of these moons was against scientific ideas of that time and it was difficult for Galileo to explain to some people that he had indeed discovered such objects.
E. Albert Einstein is perhaps the most famous scientist of all time. Both his image and brilliant work on theoretical physics live on today and he is an inspiration to young scientists around the world. Even when he was very young, Einstein showed great ability in both math and science. He was naturally curious and had a brilliant analytical mind. He is also well known for his theory of relativity. Einstein won the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on theoretical physics.
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Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст и вставьте вместо каждого пропуска 7—11 нужную грамматическую форму, выбрав её из списка. Запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа.
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Tigers
members of the cat family. They are the national animals of many countries but some kinds of tigers are endangered
because of human activity. Tigers | 8 I _ reach a length of up to
3.3 metres and | 9 I _ as much as 300 kilograms. Tiger cubs
leave 10 _ mother when they are around 2 years of age.
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17 Прочитайте текст вслух. У вас есть полторы минуты на подготовку и полторы минуты, чтобы прочитать текст вслух.
Modern cell phones can do much more things than just sending and receiving phone calls. With mobile phones we can send and receive text messages, emails, photos and videos as well as surf the Net, play games, listen to music and more. There are also some negative side effects of using mobile phone. For example, it is very dangerous to use a cell phone while driving, or students can cheat on tests by using their cell phones to get information. Pupils shouldn’t use cell phones in classrooms or other school locations due to the distractions they can make.
18 Выберите фотографию и опишите человека на ней. У вас есть полторы минуты на подготовку и не более двух минут для ответа. У вас должен получиться связный рассказ (7-8 предложений).
План ответа поможет вам:
• Who is in the photo?
• What does he/she look like?
• What is happening?
• Do you like the photo or not?
• Why?
Установите соответствие тем 1—6 текстам А—Е Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя.
1. So far away
2. A charmig beauty
3. Potential place to visit
4. A big ocean
5. A hot neighbour
6. First seen
A. Mars, or the ‘Red Planet’ as it is sometimes known, has a dusty, rocky surface and a thin atmosphere. Its rather calm conditions and short distance to Earth make it the most likely destination for future planet exploration by humans. It has already been visited by a number of Mars robots in successful (and unsuccessful) missions. These highly advanced robots take samples and record important scientific data for scientists back on Earth to study.
B. Venus is similar in size to Earth but a lot hotter! Venus is like an oven thanks to its thick clouds which keep the heat in. Venus is the hottest and the brightest planet with around 500 degrees above zero. Its size is slightly smaller than Earth’s. The surface of Venus is often described as a ‘stormy desert’ full of many craters and very active volcanoes.
C. Saturn is a gas giant which is perhaps the most beautiful planet in our solar system (other than Earth of course). It has spectacular ring system. Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system. The rings are made up of millions of ice crystals, some as big as houses and others as small as water drop. Like Jupiter, Saturn has many moons which surround it.
D. Uranus likes to be a bit different. It is blue-green in colour and rolls like a barrel rather than spinning like Earth and the other planets in our solar system. Uranus turns lying on its side. It was the first planet discovered by telescope. Since Uranus takes 84 Earth years to go around the Sun, this means that each of its poles is in daylight for 42 years and in darkness for the next 42.
E. Don’t forget Pluto! It may not be officially recognised as a planet anymore but it’s still there and has a lot of interesting facts and cool information. Pluto was the smallest and furthest planet from the Sun in our solar system, now it is not even officially seen as a planet because it is so far away from the Sun. Pluto is very cold with temperatures ranging from 235 degrees to 210 degrees below zero. Pluto consists of rock with a very thick ice cover.
Ответ:
Прочитайте текст вслух. У вас есть полторы минуты на подготовку и полторы минуты, чтобы прочитать текст вслух.
When you think of a desert, what do you think of? Perhaps you think of the Desert in California or the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. Maybe you think of the Sahara Desert in Africa. All of these deserts are hot and they stay warm year-round. But not all deserts are hot. Antarctica is the largest desert on the Earth and the coldest temperature recorded here was 80 degrees below zero. A desert is any place that seldom gets rainfall. These areas usually have cloudless skies. Even hot deserts get cold at night as the cloudless skies allow heat to escape.
Выберите фотографию и опишите человека на ней. У вас есть полторы минуты на подготовку и не более двух минут для ответа. У вас должен получиться связный рассказ (7-8 предложений).
Photo 2
Photo 1
План ответа поможет вам:
• Who is in the photo?
• What does he/she look like?
• What is happening?
• Do you like the photo or not?
• Why?
Установите соответствие тем 1—6 текстам А—Е Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя.
6_I 1. Check your spelling
2. Remove unwanted results
3. Several keywords give better results
4. Exact references can help
5. Special software for correct results
6. Avoid unnecessary words
A. Search engines don’t read sentences the way people do: instead, they look for the keywords on the websites they search. Use more than one keyword when you are doing a search. If you want to find information about pigeons, for example, it is better to type ‘bird pigeon’ in the search for ‘bird pigeon’ and not just ‘pigeon’ because ‘pigeon’ also may be the name of a hotel or a cafe.
B. If you are looking for an exact sentence or phrase, for example ‘pigeons are very clever’, type it within the quotation marks » and only these phrases will be shown. This is useful if you want to find some information which you have forgotten and remember only a part of it.
C. When searching on the Internet you can find that you have got the results that aren’t what you’re looking for. In this case you can use a minus symbol to avoid the information you don’t need. For example ‘pigeon -hotel -cafe’ would leave out all links to hotels and cafes.
D. Make sure that you spell every word in the search box correctly. Even if you’ve made a mistake in spelling, the search engine can suggest the right variant. However, it is a pity when a small typing mistake brings unwanted results.
E. Common terms like a and the are called stop words and are usually unnecessary. Punctuation is also typically ignored. But there are exceptions. Common words and punctuation marks should be used when searching for a specific phrase. Sometimes common words like the are important. For example, Raven and The Raven bring entirely different results.
Ответ:
Установите соответствие тем 1—6 текстам А—Е. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании одна тема лишняя.
1. Plants
2. Animals
3. Location
4. Interesting facts
5. Weather
6. Origin of the name
A. The taiga is a type of forest. It is the largest ecosystem on the Earth. The largest taiga forest covers much of northern Russia and Siberia. Other major taiga forests include North America (Canada and Alaska) and Scandinavia. The taiga is the driest and coldest type of forests.
B. Long, cold winters, and short, mild, wet summers are typical of this region. In winter, chilly winds from the Arctic bring bitterly cold weather in the taiga. The length of a day also varies with the seasons. Winter days are short, while summer days are long. Fires are also usual here in summer.
C. Compared to other ecosystems, the taiga has less variety in plant life. The most common type of trees in the taiga is the pine. There may also occasionally be oaks and birches. The ground in the taiga is thin and not very rich. It is also rocky. With long winters and short summers, plants don’t have a lot of time to grow in the taiga. The growing season only lasts for around three months.
D. The cold climate of the taiga makes it a difficult place for many animals to live. The animals of the taiga must be able to survive cold winters. Many have thick fur to keep them warm. Others migrate to warmer areas in chilly winters. Animal populations are mainly seed-eating like squirrels and larger animals such as deer, elk, and snowshoe hare. They have large feet to allow them to walk on snow without sinking.
E. Taiga is a Russian word meaning forest. It is interesting that many years ago the taiga was covered with ice. The occasional fire is good for the taiga as it opens up area for new growth. This area is endangered and becoming smaller due to deforestation.
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текст вслух. У вас есть полторы минуты на подготовку и полторы минуты, чтобы прочитать текст вслух.
Alfred Nobel, the famous scientist, decided to try and do something good with all the money he earned. He started to give prizes to people who made progress in literature, science, economics and, perhaps most importantly, peace. Not all awards are as noble as the Nobels. Most countries have a system for recognising and rewarding people who have done something good in their countries, there are now hundreds of awards and award ceremonies for all kinds of things.

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