Англійська мова 10 клас. Завдання для аудіювання (2 семестр) за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк

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Завдання для семестрової контрольної роботи (аудіювання) з англійської мови в 10 класі за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк.Level 1

Task 1 Listen to the text and choose the museum or gallery.                                       (3)

The National Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery,, Tate Gallery,

Victoria and Albert Museum, The British Museum

 

1) …….. houses a collection of fine and applied arts.

2) …….. contains a great collection of miniature.

3) …….. houses one of the most important collections of Italian paintings outside Italy.

4) …….. has the Reading room of the British Library.

5) …….. represents paintings by Turner and Blake.

6) …….. is Britain’s leading art gallery of portraits of famous Britons.

 

Level 2

 Task 1. Listen to the announcement. For questions choose the correct answer.    (1,5)

1.The purpose of the announcement is…….

  1. a) to tell about the performers taking part in the programme.
  2. b) to tell about the bonuses for the visitors.
  3. c) to inform about the time and place of the fes­tival events and performances.
  4. d) to tell about the prices of the tickets.

2.Where does the concert take place?

  1. a) In the hall. b) At the bookshop.
  2. c) In the recital room. d) In the far end of the gallery.

3.What event will take place at the far end of the gallery?

  1. a) Selling books by Mr. Higgins. b)The modern atrexibition
  2. c) The classical concert d) The performance for children.

Task 2 Read the statements and write “true” or “false”.                                               (1,5)

  1. You will be able to buy copies of Larry Higgins’s stories at the bookshop.
  2. In the evening a famous painter Victoria Serebryanska will represent her pictures.
  3. The show for children is going to start at 4 p.m. in the recital room.

Level 3

Task 1 Answer the questions.                                                                                             (3)

1) When was the famous Tate Gallery opened?

2) When was the British Museum founded?  ,

3) Where are the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery situated?

4) When will Mr. Higgins be reading his own works?

5) Where can you find Victoria Serebryanska pic­tures?

6) What will the show for children include?

Level 4

Write a composition on the topic “Your attitude to Art”.                                                   (3)
What do you prefer?

 

 

 

Level 1

Task 1 Listen to the text and choose the museum or gallery.                                       (3)

The National Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery,, Tate Gallery,

Victoria and Albert Museum, The British Museum

 

1) …….. houses a collection of fine and applied arts.

2) …….. contains a great collection of miniature.

3) …….. houses one of the most important collections of Italian paintings outside Italy.

4) …….. has the Reading room of the British Library.

5) …….. represents paintings by Turner and Blake.

6) …….. is Britain’s leading art gallery of portraits of famous Britons.

 

Level 2

 Task 1. Listen to the announcement. For questions choose the correct answer.    (1,5)

1.The purpose of the announcement is…….

  1. a) to tell about the performers taking part in the programme.
  2. b) to tell about the bonuses for the visitors.
  3. c) to inform about the time and place of the fes­tival events and performances.
  4. d) to tell about the prices of the tickets.

2.Where does the concert take place?

  1. a) In the hall. b) At the bookshop.
  2. c) In the recital room. d) In the far end of the gallery.

3.What event will take place at the far end of the gallery?

  1. a) Selling books by Mr. Higgins. b)The modern atrexibition
  2. c) The classical concert d) The performance for children.

Task 2 Read the statements and write “true” or “false”.                                               (1,5)

  1. You will be able to buy copies of Larry Higgins’s stories at the bookshop.
  2. In the evening a famous painter Victoria Serebryanska will represent her pictures.
  3. The show for children is going to start at 4 p.m. in the recital room.

Level 3

Task 1 Answer the questions.                                                                                             (3)

1) When was the famous Tate Gallery opened?

2) When was the British Museum founded?  ,

3) Where are the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery situated?

4) When will Mr. Higgins be reading his own works?

5) Where can you find Victoria Serebryanska pic­tures?

6) What will the show for children include?

Level 4

Write a composition on the topic “Your attitude to Art”.                                                   (3)
What do you prefer?

 

 

 

Part 1

There are quite a number of museums and art galleries in London which are world-famous.

The National Gallery is situated in Trafalgar Square and is one of the best-known art galleries in the world. It was founded in 1824 and houses one of the most important collections of Italian paintings outside Italy. It is also famous for its Dutch collec­tion, particularly for paintings by Rembrandt.

The National Portrait Gallery is situated near the National Gallery. It is Britain’s leading art gal­lery of portraits of famous people in British history. The National Portrait Gallery is noted for represent­ing various kinds of portraits — from traditional oil paintings to photographs. Founded in 1856, at the end of the 20th century it contained over 800 origi­nal portraits and more than 500 000 photographs.

The famous Tate Gallery was opened in 1897 with the financial support of Sir Henry Tate. It also gave the collection of 65 paintings. The Gallery contains a unique collection of British paintings from the 16th century to present day. Particularly well repre­sented in the collections are such outstanding Brit­ish painters as Turner and Blake. The Gallery also has many drawings and modern sculptures.

Victoria and Albert is a collection of fine and applied arts. It contains a great collection of miniature, too. It was opened in 1857 and was named after Queen Victoria and her husband, Prince Albert.

The British Museum was: founded in 1753. Of great value is the collection antiquities. There is also the Reading room of the British Library in the Museum.

In other world, any visitor can find in London a museum to one’s taste.

Part 2

Welcome to the annual Festival of Western Art. Visitors of the festival can get the festival pro­gramme for free. In this programme you can easily find the time and place of each of the performances and events of the festival. I’d like to tell you a bit about our programme of entertainments.

The festival will start at 3 p.m. with the classical concert where the violinists from different countries of Eastern Europe will perform a range of works of classical music by famous composers. If you wish to attend this concert, please go to the recital room on the second floor at 2:45 p.m. No latecomers are admitted.

For those of you interested in literature, the young writer Larry Higgins will be reading his own works from 5 o’clock onward. Beside his best-known short stories, today Mr. Higgins will read some of his favourite abstracts. You will be able to buy cop­ies of his stories at the bookshop, which Larry would be pleased to autograph on request. If painting is your interest, you may visit the modern art exhibi­tion. There at noon a famous painter Victoria

Serebryanska will represent her pictures. Visitors in­terested in meeting Victoria Serebryanska should go to the far end of the gallery. The show for children which will include special children’s entertainment of music, dance and drama is going to start at 4 p.m. in the hall. Due to the shortage of space in the hall, parents are asked not to accompany theirvchiJ4ren who will be looked after by the Festival staff.

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