ЕГЭ online Вариант 2

Тест ЕГЭ английский язык Online. Вариант №2

Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A-F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.
Запишите номера ответов в порядке A-F в окошечко ниже, то есть если ваши ответы: А-3, В-5, С-6, D-9, E-8, F-6 то в окошечко ниже пишем: 356986


1. I feel unhappy because I can't change public attitude to our planet.
2. I would like to see new energy saving laws introduced.
3. I am afraid of the after-effects of human activities.
4. I am sure that wise attitude to basic earth supplies is necessary.
5. I do not want my family to live in polluted environment.
6. I am for the use of energy saving practices in house construction.
7. I find many simple ways to help our planet in everyday life.

Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений А1-А7 соответствуют содержанию текста (1 — True), какие не соответствуют (2 — False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 — Not stated).
Выберите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа.


When leaving school Emily already knew that she would study medicine.



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Emily left Melbourne to get new experiences.



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Emily moved to Finland because she found her lab work in London boring.



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In Finland people at university preferred to speak Finnish with Emily.



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David is not happy about his experience of learning French in France.



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David would like to go by the trans-Siberian train one day.



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Emily is going to London again to continue her studies of immune system.



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Вы услышите интервью. В заданиях А8-А14,
Выберите правильный ответ.


The Portobello Festival differs from festivals in Cannes and Venice as it

is running its second season only.

is not so fashionable and well-known.

does not attract celebrities.


The festival was initially founded to

let independent filmmakers demonstrate their work.

help different filmmakers earn money.

advertise video equipment but not to show films.


According to the festival's director they made the festival free because

they get enough money for placing advertisements.

there are no expensive prizes and launch parties.

sponsors and funds provide good financial support.


One characteristic feature of the Portobello Festival is that

700 films are shown each festival season.

only short films are chosen for the festival annually.

student films are shown together with professionals' works.


The festival's director believes that their films are

of better quality than TV films.

worthy to be shown on TV.

the world's top hits.


The famous filmmaker whose first film was shown at the festival is

John Malkovich.

Guy Ritchie.

Jonathan Barnett.


Speaking about future plans, the festival's director

thinks the festival will be united with Glastonbury or Edinburgh events.

believes the festival should turn to other arts mostly.

sounds optimistic about the festival extension.

Установите соответствие между заголовками 1-8 и текстами A-G.В задании один заголовок лишний.
Запишите номера ответов в порядке A-F в окошечко ниже, то есть если ваши ответы: А-3, В-5, С-6, D-9, E-8, F-6, G-1 то в окошечко ниже пишем: 3569861


1. Perfect for a quiet holiday
2. Land of nature wonders
3. Bad for animals
4. A visit to the zoo
5. Perfect for an active holiday
6. Difficult start
7. New perspectives
8. New rules to follow

A. The mountains of Scotland (we call them the Highlands) are a wild and beautiful part of Europe. A golden eagle flies over the mountains. A deer walks through the silence of the forest. Salmon and trout swim in the clean, pure water of the rivers. Some say that not only fish swim in the deep water of Loch Ness. Speak to the people living by the Loch. Each person has a story of the monster, and some have photographs.
B. Tresco is a beautiful island with no cars, crowds or noise — just flowers, birds, long sandy beaches and the Tresco Abbey Garden. John and Wendy Pyatt welcome you to the Island Hotel, famous for delicious food, comfort and brilliant service. You will appreciate superb accommodation, free saunas and the indoor swimming pool.
C. The Camel and Wildlife Safari is a unique mixture of the traditional and modern. Kenya's countryside suits the Safari purposes exceptionally well. Tourists will have a chance to explore the bush country near Samburu, to travel on a camel back or to sleep out under the stars. Modern safari vehicles are always available for those who prefer comfort.
D. Arrival can be the hardest part of a trip. It is late, you are road-weary, and everything is new and strange. You need an affordable place to sleep, something to eat and drink, and probably a way to get around. But in general, it's a wonderful trip, full of wonderful and unusual places. Whether it is the first stop on a trip or the fifth city visited, every traveller feels a little overwhelmed stepping onto a new street in a new city.
E. No zoo has enough money to provide basic habitats or environments for all the species they keep. Most animals are put in a totally artificial environment, isolated from everything they would meet in their natural habitat. Many will agree that this isolation is harmful to the most of zoo inhabitants, it can even amount to cruelty.
F. A new London Zoo Project is a ten year project to secure the future for the Zoo and for many endangered animals. The plan has been devised by both animal and business experts to provide world-leading accommodation for all our animals, to more fully engage and inform people about conservation issues, to redesign certain aspects of Zoo layout.
G. Leave-no-trace camping is an increasingly popular approach to travel in wilderness areas. As the term suggests, the goal is for the camper to leave as little impact as possible on the place he is visiting. One of its mottos is "Take nothing but pictures. Leave nothing but footprints." Its simplest and most fundamental rule is: pack it in, pack it out, but it goes beyond that.


London Zoo
London Zoo is one of the most important zoos in the world. There are over 12,000 animals at London Zoo and A _! Its main concern is to breed threatened animals in captivity. This means we might be able to restock the wild, should disaster ever befall the wild population.
Partula Snail, Red Crowned Crane, Arabian Oryx, Golden Lion Tamarin, Persian Leopard, Asiatic Lion and Sumatran Tiger are just some of the species London Zoo is helping to save.
That is why it is so important that we fight to preserve the habitats that these animals live in, as well as eliminate other dangers В _. But we aim to make your day at London Zoo a fun and memorable time, С _.
In the Ambika Paul Children's Zoo, for instance, youngsters can learn a new love and appreciation for animals D _. They can also learn how to care for favourite pets in the Pet Care Centre.
Then there are numerous special Highlight events E _ unforgettable pony rides to feeding times and spectacular animal displays. You will get to meet keepers and ask them what you are interested in about the animals they care for, F _.
Whatever you decide, you will have a great day. We have left no stone unturned to make sure you do!

1. such as hunting exotic animals and selling furs
2. as well as the ins and outs of being a keeper at London Zoo
3. which take place every day, from
4. because they see and touch them close up
5. despite the serious side to our work
6. which demand much time and effort
7. that is not counting every ant in the colony

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А15-А21.
Выберите правильный ответ в каждом задании.

The last time I saw my father was in Grand Central Station. I was going from my grandmother's in the Adirondacks to a cottage on the Cape that my mother had rented, and I wrote my father that I would be in New York between trains for an hour and a half, and asked if we could have lunch together. His secretary wrote to say that he would meet me at the information booth at noon, and at twelve o'clock sharp I saw him coming through the crowd.
He was a stranger to me — my mother divorced him three years ago and I hadn't been with him since — but as soon as I saw him I felt that he was my father, my flesh and blood, my future and my doom. I knew that when I was grown I would be something like him; I would have to plan my campaigns within his limitations. He was a big, good-looking man, and I was terribly happy to see him again.
He struck me on the back and shook my hand. "Hi, Charlie," he said. "Hi, boy. I'd like to take you up to my club, but it's in the Sixties, and if you have to catch an early train I guess we'd better get something to eat around here." He put his arm around me, and I smelled my father the way my mother sniffs a rose. It was a rich compound of whiskey, after-shave lotion, shoe polish, woollens, and the rankness of a mature male. I hoped that someone would see us together. I wished that we could be photographed. I wanted some record of our having been together.
We went out of the station and up a side street to a restaurant. It was still early, and the place was empty. The bartender was quarrelling with a delivery boy, and there was one very old waiter in a red coat down by the kitchen door. We sat down, and my father hailed the waiter in a loud voice. "Kellner!" he shouted. "Garcon! You!" His boisterousness in the empty restaurant seemed out of place. "Could we have a little service here!" he shouted. Then he clapped his hands. This caught the waiter's attention, and he shuffled over to our table.
"Were you clapping your hands at me?" he asked.
"Calm down, calm down," my father said. "It isn't too much to ask of you — if it wouldn't be too much above and beyond the call of duty, we would like a couple of Beefeater Gibsons."
"I don't like to be clapped at," the waiter said.
"I should have brought my whistle," my father said. "I have a whistle that is audible only to the ears of old waiters. Now, take out your little pad and your little pencil and see if you can get this straight: two Beefeater Gibsons. Repeat after me: two Beefeater Gibsons."
"I think you'd better go somewhere else," the waiter said quietly. "That," said my father, "is one of the most brilliant suggestions I have ever heard. Come on, Charlie."
I followed my father out of that restaurant into another. He was not so boisterous this time. Our drinks came, and he cross-questioned me about the baseball season. He then struck the edge of his empty glass with his knife and began shouting again. "Garcon! You! Could we trouble you to bring us two more of the same." "How old is the boy?" the waiter asked. "That," my father said, "is none of your business."
"I'm sorry, sir," the waiter said, "but I won't serve the boy another drink." "Well, I have some news for you," my father said. "I have some very interesting news for you. This doesn't happen to be the only restaurant in New York. They've opened another on the corner. Come on, Charlie."
He paid the bill, and I followed him out of that restaurant into another ...


The narrator was looking forward to meeting with his father because he

hoped that his parents would get back together.

expected to get a valuable present from him.

wanted to stay with him in New York.

missed the feeling of being with him.


The narrator's request to meet was accepted by his father


with great pleasure.

in business-like manner.

with much hope and expectation.


The narrator wanted to be photographed with his father because

it was the happiest time of his life.

he was proud of his father's good looks.

he wanted to boast of his father to his friends.

he wished to remember their moments together.


The narrator wanted to be photographed with his father because

the son was pressed for time to catch a train.

it was necessary to book in advance to enter the club.

the man feared that his son would not behave properly.

it was a closed club with no children allowed.


The father's behaviour in the first restaurant was inappropriate as he

was too boisterous in an empty restaurant.

could not afford to pay the bill.

tried to boast of his knowledge of foreign languages.

treated the waiter in a rude manner.


The waiter in the next restaurant refused to bring them more drinks as

the son looked pale and faint.

the boy was too young to drink alcohol.

the restaurant was closing soon.

the waiter got angry with the son.


The title of the story "Reunion" actually implies that the

son found his lost father after decades of separation.

son now would be living together with his father.

son made an attempt to re-establish relations with his father.

"father — son" relations is what both sides feel the need for.

Прочитайте приведенные ниже тексты. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами В4-В10, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текстов. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В4-В10.
Ответ введите в окошечко ниже в виде текста НИЖНЕГО регистра, например, "conversation" (без ковычек)


Among the e-mails waiting for me at work one morning was one from a member of my staff. It was sent from his personal e-mail address and there was only his home phone number. Thinking something was wrong, I immediately called_.



A sleepy female voice answered and told me he was at work and _home late in the evening.



The_moment was when I remembered that I had recently asked staff members to give me their home numbers. I went right down to the employee's office to apologize for my call.



_, however, he thanked me. I had awakened his daughter, who had an exam that morning but had forgotten to set her alarm. Thanks to my call, she hadn't missed the exam.



In English-speaking countries they celebrate Valentine's Day and Mother's Day. In Russia we celebrate the International Women's Day. Though it__ 'International', it is observed only in Russia and some CIS countries.



Boys and____bring flowers and small presents to girls and women they work or study with.



It___a tradition for husbands to do all house work on that day. There are many jokes about it being the only day of the year when they do this.


Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Образуйте от слов, напечатанных заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами В11-В16, однокоренные слова, так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы В11-В16.
Ответ введите в окошечко ниже в виде текста НИЖНЕГО регистра, например, "conversation" (без ковычек)


Following a recent renovation, the new Hancock Observatory invites you to enjoy Chicago's best views from the city's highest open-air Skywalk. It has quickly gained _ with both Chicagoans and visitors of the city.




Skywalk is Chicago's highest open-air viewing area. It is 1,000 feet in the air! Everyone here can feel the strong wind and hear the dynamic buzz of the city below. The friendly staff will _ tell the real story behind Chicago's "Windy City" nickname.


For those who feel___about such a great height there are more relaxing indoor audio Sky Tours.



These 30-minute personal audio tours give a unique 'overview" of Chicago's wonderful sights and _ history! Sky Tours are available in English, Spanish and German.



History Wall is another popular_. More than 100 photos on a great 80-foot display show Chicago's rise from a small settlement to a great city.



As a tour guide I have been to the Skywalk _ times and still I can't help admiring it.


Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами А22-А28. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям А22-А28, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов.
Выберите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа.

A strange girl
Stephen pulled up the collar of his coat as he walked along the platform. Overhead a dim fog clouded the station. He was A22 _trains move slowly, throwing off clouds of steam into the cold air. Everything was dirty and smoke-grimed.
Stephen thought with revulsion: "What a foul country — what a foul city!" He had to A23 _ that his first excited reaction to London — its shops, its restaurants, its well-dressed attractive women — had faded. Supposing he were back in South Africa now... To A24_the truth, he felt a quick pang of homesickness.
Sunshine — blue skies — gardens of flowers. And here — dirt, grime and endless crowds — moving, hurrying, jostling.
He got on a train and passed along the corridor, looking for a place. The train was full. It was only three days before Christmas. He A25_to go to his parents for Christmas... And then, suddenly, he caught his breath, looking into a carriage. This girl was different. Black hair, rich creamy pallor, the sad proud eyes of the South...
It was all wrong that this girl should be sitting in this train A26_ these dull drab looking people. She should be somewhere splendid, not squeezed into the corner of a third class carriage.
He was an observant man. He did not fail to A27 _ the shabbiness of her black coat and skirt, the cheap quality of her gloves. A28 _ splendor was the quality he associated with her. He thought: "I've got to know who she is and what she's doing here."




































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