One day Mark Twain was travelling in France by train. He was going to a small town near Paris. He asked the conductor to wake him up when they got to the town and went to sleep. It was early morning when he woke up. The train was already near Paris. Mark Twain ran up to the conductor and cried: “I asked you to wake me up! Why didn’t you do it?”
The conductor answered: “You may be angry, sir, but not so angry as the American whom I put off the train instead of you”.
He asked the conductor_______.
A) to bring a cup of coffee.
B) to help him with his suitcase.
C) to wake him up.
D) to show the map.
E) to bring some food.
11. Дұрыс нұсқасын таңдаңыз:
The British have … tea with bread and butter and cakes.
C) 5 o’clock
E) 7 o’clock
12. Артикльдің дұрыс нұсқасын табыңыз:
…young man booked into…old hotel.
A) - / the
B) a / an
C) the /a
D) the / a
E) an / the
13. Complete the sentence:
I can’t open this door. Have you got a key … the other one?
There are many cinemas in London. Some cinemas show lots of comedies and long epic films. Other cinemas show a large number of continental films or films for young people. All daily newspapers have a short list of films and shows and the time they begin. Some cinemas show films in the afternoon, early evening and late evening. Others have continuous programmes from about two o’clock in the afternoon. If you can’t get to the cinema early enough to buy the tickets, you can buy them in most large stores and hotels.
Дұрыс нұсқасын таңдаңыз:
A) Some cinemas show plays.
B) All cinemas have dancing halls.
C) No one cinema shows comedies.
D) Every cinema has its own peculiarity.
E) All cinemas are the same.
19. Артикльді дұрыс қойыңыз:
I’ve got two pets: …cat and …dog. …cat is white and … dog is black.
20. Етістіктің дұрыс нұсқасын таңдаңыз:
If you … so much money, I … angry.
A) hadn't lost, wouldn’t have been
B) won’t lost, wouldn’t be
C) didn’t lost, wouldn’t have be
D) hasn’t lost, won’t be
E) hadn’t lost, will be
Нұсқау: «Берілген 21-30 сұрақтарда бір немесе бірнеше дұрыс жауабы бар». 21. The Possessive case: