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Тест к модулю 7 учебника "Spotlight" 6. 7 A. In the Past Use the letters to make up the words. Use them in the sentences below


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Module 7. Now and then

7 A. In the Past
1. Use the letters to make up the words. Use them in the sentences below.

  • buafetuli – ______________

  • edretsed – ______________

  • uqite – _____________

  • elacn – _____________

  • ylgu – _____________




  • I like small towns. The air is _________ and fresh there.

  • The main street of the city is very _________________. There are lots of nice buildings and decorations.

  • There are ten hot ______ buildings in the world – buildings that are not beautiful.

  • Lots of European towns are very small, peaceful and ________.

  • There are several _____________ towns. People don’t live there anymore.



2. Look at the pictures of Moscow taken in 1980 and in 2007. Do you recognize the place? What are the differences? Describe it in pairs: Student A speaks about Soviet Moscow and Student B speaks about modern Moscow.

It may be interesting to find differences in modern and old places. Use the Internet to do it.
3. Do you know any Russian or Soviet ghost towns? Have you ever heard about Chernobyl? Look at the picture and say, what comes to your mind first? What do you think happened? Who is the monument to?


4. Read the short text about Chernobyl. Mark with “+” what you know, “?” what is new for you and “!” what surprises you.
Chernobyl was a city in northern Ukraine, in the Kyiv Oblast near the border with Belarus. The government evacuated the city in 1986 due to the Chernobyl disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, which is located 14.5 kilometers (9 miles) north-northwest. The power plant was named after the city, and located within Chernobyl Raion (district), but Power Plant workers lived in Pripyat, a city, which was larger and closer to the power plant.

Though the city today is mostly uninhabited, a small number of inhabitants live in houses marked with signs stating that the "Owner of this house lives here".

Before the government evacuated the people, there lived about 15,000 residents.
5. Share your notes about the text.

Ask several questions to your deskmate to check the understanding of the text. What questions would you like to ask to learn more about that disaster? Write them down. Use the internet to find the answers. Tell your classmates about your findings.
6. Rewrite the sentences in the past. Add adverbs of time.

  • I play tennis on Mondays.

  • My friends go to the library in the afternoon.

  • Once a month my parents and I go to a classical music concert.

  • I watch cartoons every evening.

  • Kate wants to go to Mineral Park.


7. Give short answers to the questions.

  • Did people live in Mineral Park? - ________________

  • Was there a school in the town? - _______________

  • Did people work in the mines? - _____________

  • Did people like to spend their free time at work? - ______________

  • Were people unhappy there? - ______________

  • Did the government evacuate the city (Chernobyl) after explosion? - _____________


8. Write sentences about what you did last weekend. Tell your deskmate about it. Did you do the same things?

  • ____________________________________________________________

  • ____________________________________________________________

  • ____________________________________________________________

  • ____________________________________________________________

  • ____________________________________________________________



9. Complete the sentences with the verbs in the table in the Past Simple:

enjoy start happen finish rain want




  • The movie ________________ at 17.15 and ______________ at 19.00.

  • When my mom was a child, she _____________ to be a teacher.

  • It ____________ yesterday, but today it is sunny.

  • I will never forget my summer trip to London, I really ______________ it.

  • The accident ______________ two days ago.



7 B. Halloween Spirit
1. Language puzzle. Find 8 words, copy them out and translate. Make up 3 sentences with them.


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2. Find English equivalents to the following Russian word combinations. Use them in sentences of your own. Make scary but funny sentences. Decide whose sentences are the best ones.


Кошелек или жизнь




Было очень поздно, и мы очень устали




Дом казался пустым




Нам было страшно




Огромное существо




Непослушный




Стучать






3. Fill in the empty squares with the missing verb forms and translation. Work in pairs. Student 1 names the present form of the verb and Student 2 names the past simple form and translation. Then Student 2 says the present form of a verb, and so on. You have 5 minutes to play the game. The student, who makes no mistakes and answers quickly, wins.


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4. Play tic-tac-toe. You may cross or circle the square if you use the verb in the square in the correct affirmative/interrogative and negative sentences.


Break

Choose

Come

Drink

Eat

Have

Leave

Sell

Speak



5. Play “Snowball”: use one of the verbs below to make up a story that happened last summer. One student says a sentence. Every next student repeats the previous sentence then says the sentence of their own. Make it fun and logical.

Go, see, find, buy, eat, get sick, call, visit, get better, talk, laugh.
6. Complete the sentences with the positive form of the verb.

  • Kate didn’t go to Los Angeles, she __________ to Chicago.

  • We didn’t meet our teacher, we ________ our school principal.

  • She didn’t leave last Sunday, she _________ last Tuesday.

  • He didn’t write a composition, he __________ an email.

  • The concert didn’t begin at 7.00, it ____________ at 7.30.

  • They didn’t buy a computer, they _____________ a new TV set.



7 C. Famous firsts
1. Use the questions as a guide to tell about Walt Disney.

  • What is the most famous cartoon character?

  • What is the full name of Walt Disney? When was he born?

  • He sold his first sketches at the age of 14, didn’t he?

  • Where did his brother live?

  • Where did they start Disney Brothers studio?

  • When and where did Mickey appear?

  • What films did they make during 1932-1937?

  • When did Walt Disney die?


2. Look at the poem. It is a translation of A. Pushkin’s poem. Do you recognize it? What is it?
The storm wind covers the sky
Whirling the fleecy snow drifts,
Now it howls like a wolf,
Now it is crying, like a lost child,
Now rustling the decayed thatch
On our tumbledown roof,
Now, like a delayed traveller,
Knocking on our window pane.
Now look at the original variant and read it. Which column is translated into English?


Буря небо мглою кроет

Вихри снежные крутя

То как зверь она завоет

То заплачет как дитя

То по кровле обветшалой

Вдруг соломой зашумит

То как путник запоздалый

К нам в окошко постучит.
Буря небо мглою кроет

Вихри снежные крутя

То как зверь она завоет

То заплачет как дитя

Выпьем, добрая подружка

Бедной юности моей,

Выпьем с горя, где же кружка?

Сердцу будет веселей.


3. Work in pairs. Ask your partner for the missing information to fill in the gaps and read about Alexander Pushkin. Open Spotlight on Russia, p. 9, and complete the tasks there.
Student A:

Alexander Pushkin was born in ___________ on 6th June1799. From a young age his ________ taught him all about Russian folktales and traditions. Alexander wasn’t a good student, but he loved to read and spent many hours in ____ ____________ ___________. He wrote his first poem at the age of ___ and published his first poem at 15.

His work was very different from the other writers at the time and that often got him into _________ with the tsar and the government. For example, one of his most famous plays, _________ ___________ was only published years after he wrote it for political reasons.

After marrying a beautiful young girl called __________ ___________ in 1831 he continued to write. Millions of people consider his novel, Eugeny Onegin, his poem, the Bronze Horseman and his drama, The Stone Guest, to be masterpieces.

Alexander Pushkin was only ___ when he died. He played a great part in “The Golden Age of Russian Literature”. He’s Russia’s greatest poet and national pride.

Student B:

Alexander Pushkin was born in Moscow on _____ ______. From a young age his nurse taught him all about _____________ _________ ______ ______________. Alexander wasn’t a good student, but he loved to _______ and spent many hours in his father’s library. He wrote his first poem at the age of 8 and published his first poem at ___.

Hi work was very different from the other writers at the time and that often got him into trouble with the ______ and the ____________. For example, one of his most famous plays, Boris Godunov was only published years after he wrote it for __________ _____________.

After marrying a beautiful young girl called Natalya Goncharova in ______ he continued to write. Millions of people consider his novel, Eugeny Onegin, his poem, the Bronze Horseman and his drama, The Stone Guest, to be masterpieces.

Alexander Pushkin was only 37 when he _______. He played a great part in “The Golden Age of Russian Literature”. He’s Russia’s greatest poet and national pride.
Culture Corner and English in Use
1. Read the text called “The man of steel”. Read the sentences and mark them T – for true sentences and F – for false sentences. If the sentence is false – correct it.


  • A blue uniform, red trunks, red boots and a long red cape – is a special set of clothes for Spiderman. ____

  • Superman is more powerful than the train. ____

  • Two strong friends from Cleveland created Superman in 1933. ____

  • Superman’s parents sent him to Earth to conquer (захватить) it. ____

  • He was Superman because of his unusual abilities. ____

  • He is a symbol of American dream. ____


2. Translate the sentences into English.

  • Чем я могу вам помочь? - _______________________________________

  • Как он (чемодан) выглядит? - ______________________________________

  • Я бы хотел вам сообщить о потере моей сумки. - __________________________________________________________________

  • Это кожаная сумка? - ____________________________

  • А эти сумки вам знакомы? - ________________________________


Keys

Module 7. Now and then

7 A. In the Past
1.

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  • deserted

  • quiet

  • clean

  • ugly




  • I like small towns. The air is clean and fresh there.

  • The main street of the city is very beautiful. There are lots of nice buildings and decorations.

  • There are ten hot ugly buildings in the world – buildings that are not beautiful.

  • Lots of European towns are very small, peaceful and quiet.

  • There are several deserted towns. People don’t live there anymore.


2. It is Manezhnaya Square – in the heart of Moscow. It has changed greatly. There was a road on the place where there’s a huge underground mall nowadays. The Hotel Moskva is renovated now; it is a new building of the hotel. There are beautiful pedestrian lanes and lanterns which make the place very romantic and a favourite place for young people to meet and hangout.

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The monument is to people who tried to save others and died themselves and to those who suffered from the explosion.
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  • I played tennis on Mondays.

  • My friends went to the library yesterday in the afternoon.

  • Last month my parents and I went to a classical music concert.

  • I watched cartoons last evening.

  • Kate wanted to go to Mineral Park when she was a child.


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  • Did people live in Mineral Park? – Yes, they did.

  • Was there a school in the town? – Yes, there was.

  • Did people work in the mines? – Yes, they did.

  • Did people like to spend their free time at work? – No, they didn’t.

  • Were people unhappy there? – No, they weren’t.

  • Did the government evacuate the city (Chernobyl) after explosion? – Yes, it did.


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  • The movie started at 17.15 and finished at 19.00.

  • When my mom was a child, she wanted to be a teacher.

  • It rained yesterday, but today it is sunny.

  • I will never forget my summer trip to London, I really enjoyed it.

  • The accident happened two days ago.


7 B. Halloween Spirit


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  • scared-испуганный

  • bored-скучающий

  • puzzled-озадаченный

  • stressed-напряженный

  • excited-взволнованный, возбужденный

  • miserable-несчастный


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Кошелек или жизнь

Trick or treat

Было очень поздно, и мы очень устали

It was very late and we were tired

Дом казался пустым

The house looked empty

Нам было страшно

We were scared

Огромное существо

A huge creature

Непослушный

Naughty

Стучать

Knock at



3.

Present

Past

Russian

Be

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Быть

Have

Had

Иметь

Decide

Decided

Решать

See

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Видеть

Say

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Говорить

Get

Got

Получать

Hear

Heard

Слышать

Fall

Fell

Падать

Think

Thought

Думать

Teach

Taught

Учить, обучать

Meet

Met

Встречать

Build

Built

Строить

Buy

Bought

Покупать

Catch

Caught

Ловить

Do

Did

Делать


6.

  • Kate didn’t go to Los Angeles, she went to Chicago.

  • We didn’t meet our teacher, we met our school principal.

  • She didn’t leave last Sunday, she left last Tuesday.

  • He didn’t write a composition, he wrote an email.

  • The concert didn’t begin at 7.00, it began at 7.30.

  • They didn’t buy a computer, they bought a new TV set.



7 C. Famous firsts
1.


  • Mickey Mouse

  • Walt Elias Disney was born on December 5th 1901.

  • No, he didn’t. He sold his first sketches at the age of 7.

  • His brother lived in California.

  • In their uncle’s garage.

  • Mickey appeared in 1928 in the first sound cartoon Steamboat Willie.

  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo and Bambi

  • He died in 1966.



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Буря небо мглою кроет

Вихри снежные крутя

То как зверь она завоет

То заплачет как дитя

То по кровле обветшалой

Вдруг соломой зашумит

То как путник запоздалый

К нам в окошко постучит.
3.

Student A:

  • Where was Pushkin born?

  • Who taught him?

  • Where did he spend many hours reading books?

  • When did he write his first poem?

  • What did his work cause?

  • What is the title of the play published years after he wrote it for political reasons?

  • What was the name of his wife?

  • When did he die?


Student B:

  • When was Pushkin born?

  • What did his nurse teach him?

  • What did he love to do?

  • When did he publish his first poem?

  • Who did he have problems with?

  • Why was his play Boris Godunov published years after he wrote it?

  • When did he get married?

  • What happened to him when he was 37?


Culture Corner and English in Use
1.

  • A blue uniform, red trunks, red boots and a long red cape – is a special set of clothes for Spiderman. __F__ – it’s a special set of clothes for Superman.

  • Superman is more powerful than the train. __T__

  • Two strong friends from Cleveland created Superman in 1933. __F__ – the creators of Superman were rather shy and unpopular.

  • Superman’s parents sent him to Earth to conquer (захватить) it. __F__ – They sent him to Earth to save him.

  • He was Superman because of his unusual abilities. __T__

  • He is a symbol of American dream. __T___


2.

  • What can I do for you?

  • What does it look like?

  • I lost my bag and I would like to report it.

  • Is it a leather bag?

  • Do any of these bags look familiar?
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