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Контрольная работа по английскому языку для инженерных специальностей


Контрольная работа по английскому языку для инженерных специальностей


Контрольная работа № 1
Вариант 8

Задание 1. Вставьте глагол to be в Present Simple.
1. Where ....you from?
2. How old... you? How old... your brother?
3. What... your aunt's name?
4. I... glad to see you. How... you?
5. The dog... in the garden.

Задание 2. В контрольной работе по английскому языку поставьте следующие предложения в вопроси¬тельную и отрицательную формы в Present Simple.
Образец: I have got a big dog. - Have you got a big dog?
I haven't got a big dog.
He has dinner at six o'clock. - Does he have dinner at six o'clock?
He doesn't have dinner at six o'clock.
1. They have got a new video camera.
2. I have a lot of work to do today.

Задание 3.  В контрольной работе по английскому языку поставьте следующие предложения в отрицательную форму в Present Simple.
Образец: I like sweets, /my friend/ fruits
I like sweets. But my friend doesn't. She prefers fruits.
1. She opens the window in any weather. (her sister/ when it is warm)
2. He teaches French, (his wife/ Spanish)
3. I buy milk every day. (/my friend/ every other day)
4. Ann gets up at 8 o'clock. (Mary/ 9 o'clock)
5. My elder sister lives in Moscow. (younger sister/ Kiev)

Задание 4.  В контрольной работе по английскому языку поставьте следующие предложения во множественное число.
1. There is a man and a woman in the street.
2. This lady is that gentleman's wife.
3. This shoe is too large for my foot.
4. The child is sitting on a bench.
5. My tooth is white.

Задание 5. Перефразируйте следующие словосочетания и предложения  в контрольной работе по английскому языку, употребляя притяжательный падеж.
1. The flat of my sister is large.
2. The children of my brother are at home.

Задание 6. Переведите следующие предложения на английский язык.
1. Их доклад интересный
2. Наш доклад интереснее
3. Мой доклад – самый интересный.
4. Этот дом выше того.

Задание 7.  В контрольной работе по английскому языку раскройте скобки, употребляя глаголы в Future Simple.
1. You (to give) me this book tomorrow?
2. Where she (to be) tomorrow?
3. Where she (to go) tomorrow?
4. She (to go) to the country with us tomorrow?
5. They (to stay) at home tomorrow.

Задание 8.  В контрольной работе по английскому языку раскройте скобки, употребляя глаголы в Past Simple
1. Yesterday my father (not to read) newspapers because he (to be) very busy.
2. He (to turn) on the television to watch cartoons yesterday morning.
3. I (to be) very busy last summer and I (not to go) there.
4. They (to enjoy) themselves at the symphony yesterday evening?
5. Who (to take) care of the child in the past?

Задание 9. Прочитайте и переведите с английского на русский язык весь текст.
Basic Solid-State Principles
In a conductor, electric current flow is a movement of free electrons. The outer or valence electrons of a good conductor are loosely bound to the atom. At room temperature the thermal energy causes approximately one electron to detach from each atom and become free to move and result in a current flow when an electric potential is applied.
Insulators are materials in which outer electrons are tightly bound to the atom and no electrons are free to move. Thus, no current can flow when voltage is applied.
Between these two major categories is a class of materials called semiconductors. As the name implies, a semiconductor is a material with conductivity roughly midway between conductors and insulators. It is not just a poor conductor; it has two important properties. First, its resistance normally decreases with increase of temperature, while in conductors resistance slightly increases with temperature. Second, the flow of current in a semiconductor may be caused either by a flow of negative electrons or by a movement of missing sites in the opposite direction. If an atom has one outer electron missing, a loosely bound electron from a neighboring atom can jump into it, leaving behind a new vacant site; this, in turn, can be filled by an electron from the third atom and so on. The impression is as if the vacant site has moved. Such vacant sites are called "holes” and since a negative electron is missing, the hole can be said to have a positive charge.
Semiconductor materials in which conduction is due to a flow of electrons are called n-type materials and those in which conduction is due to the movement of positive holes are called p-type.

Задание 10. Ответьте на следующие вопросы к тексту, запишите свои ответы.
1. What are insulators?
2. What are n-type and p-type materials?

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