ЕГЭ 2024

16 апреля 2024 ЕГКР по английскому языку 11 класс ЕГЭ 2024 варианты с ответами

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Единая городская контрольная работа ЕГКР по английскому языку 11 класс в формате ЕГЭ 2024 2 тренировочных варианта заданий с ответами и аудиозаписью. Дата проведения Московского пробника 16 апреля 2024 года. Данные материалы опубликованы после проведения работы для ознакомления.

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Экзаменационная работа по английскому языку состоит из четырёх разделов («Аудирование», «Чтение», «Грамматика и лексика», «Письменная речь»), включающих в себя 38 заданий. На выполнение экзаменационной работы отводится 3 часа 10 минут (190 минут).

1 вариант контрольной работы ЕГЭ 2024 по английскому языку

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2 вариант для 11 класса

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Ответы к заданиям 3-9, 12-18 и 30-36 записываются по приведённому ниже образцу в виде одной цифры, которая соответствует номеру правильного ответа. Эту цифру запишите в поле ответа в тексте работы, а затем перенесите в бланк ответов № 1.

Раздел 4 («Письменная речь») состоит из 2 заданий (37 и 38) и представляет собой небольшую письменную работу (написание электронного личного письма и письменного высказывания с элементами рассуждения на основе таблицы/диаграммы). В бланке ответов № 2 укажите номер задания и запишите ответ к нему. Все бланки заполняются яркими чёрными чернилами. Допускается использование гелевой или капиллярной ручки.

Задания и ответы с вариантов

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. Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

1. Science-fiction books teach us sonie important lessons.
2. Science fiction poses essentia) questions for people.
3. Science fiction is a good way to forget about your problems.
4. There are many varieties ofscience-fiction books.
5. Science fiction can quickly become science fact.
6. Most science-fiction novels are about natural disasters.
7. Some people read science fiction because they enjoy it.

Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений A-G соответствуют содержанию текста, какие не соответствуют и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа. Занесите номер выбранного вами варианта ответа в таблицу. Вы услышите запись дважды.

A. Jim is happy to have his summer holidays.
B. Bella looks for a job every summer.
C. Bella is very good at working with computers.
D. Bella has already started working in the library.
E. Jim will work only with teenagers in the summer camp.
F. Jim’s salary will be higher than Bella’s salary.
G. Jim has never gone tn for any sports.

 

3. What do we learn about Sarah Miller at the beginning ofthe interview?

1) She has never been to college.
2) She is a world-famousjournalist.
3) She runs a charity organization.

4. Which ofthe following is TRUE about Sarah’s foundation?

1) It has helped 25 girls so far.
2) It helps women look forjobs.
3) It has impressive results.

5. Sarah describes her reporting style as …

1) varied.
2) emotional.
3) optimistic.

6. Sarah … critical remarks.

1) hates
2) loves
3) ignores

7. Which ofthe following is TRUE about Sarah’s childhood?

1) Both her parents worked at school.
2) She had understanding parents.
3) She had luxurious vacations.

8. How does Sarah treat her children?

1) She doesn’t try to change their personalities.
2) She wants them to set ambitious goals.
3) She avoids repeating her parents’ mistakes.

9. Sarah thinks it’s a good idea to …

1) avoid disappointments.
2) make plans.
3) have vacations.

A. Christopher Coiumbus, a Spanish explorer, embarked on a voyage and unintentionally discovered what is now known as the New Worid. This journey, in ]492, opened up new opportunities for European powers to expand their territories and seek wealth in the newiy discovered lands. This event marked the beginning of several centuries of occupation by European powers in North America. During this time, there were often challenging and sometimes violent interactions between the European settlers and the Native tribes inhabiting the land.

B. After the American Revolution, the United States needed a unified system of laws and governance. To establish this, a Constitution was created, outlining the framework for the new nation. Once the Constitution was completed, it needed to be ratified by the individual states. On December 7, 1787, Delaware became the first state to officially accept and adopt the newly formed Constitution. This act earned Delaware the mckname «First State,» even though it was not the first colony to be founded during the Colonial era.

C. The Native Americans are believed to have arrived in America around 12,000 years ago. At that time, the world was experiencing an Ice Age, which caused the sea levels to drop and exposed a land bridge connecting Asia and America. This land bridge is known as Beringia. The Native Americans, who were originally from Asia, crossed this land bridge from what is now Siberia, Russia, into what is now Alaska, USA. They were likely following herds of animals, such as mammoths and bison, which provided them with a source of food.

D. The first English Pilgrim settlers arrived at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts in 1620, which has since become an iconic monument. Unfortunately, the rock was split in half during a 1774 attempt to move it into a more publicly visible location. The part that remains intact in its original location is known as «Mother Rock.» It is also called «Mother Ann,» as when viewed at the correct angle, the formation appears to be the silhouette of a resting Puritan woman, or the royal mother of King Charles I, Anne ofDenmark, after whom Cape Ann is named.

E. The story of New York, the city that never sleeps, or the Big Apple, began as the story of a Dutch colony called New Amsterdam, and continued into the story of a British colony during the Revolutionary War. There is an urban legend, considered to be one of the oldest tales of such kind in American history, that the island of Manhattan was purchased by the Dutch from the Natives for the price of $24. It is not even the price of a pretzel in New York City today. That is what you call buying low and selling high!

F. For most of us, the answer to the question as to who discovered America is very simple — Christopher Columbus. Despite Columbus’ legacy as the man who discovered America, he was not the first to ever set foot here, as some tales might imply. In addition to the millions of Native Americans who lived throughout the continent, earlier explorers, like Leif Eriksson and Zheng He, are believed to have made the journey prior to the date of Columbus’ first trip. Maybe ifLeif Eriksson had played his cards right, it would be «Eriksson Day» every year!

G. One of the most famous and easily recognizable of America’s Founding Fathers is Benjamin Franklin. In addition to unifying the colonies into one nation and helping to write the Constitution, Franklin started Boston’s first newspaper, opened the nation’s first public library, wrote several classic bestselling books, founded an Ivy League University, invented the bifocal, and flew his kite in a lightning storm to learn more about electricity. This person may take cake for the greatest success of ail time — and American citizens should all be glad he did!

12. The author was inspired by …

1) a random event.
2) natural beauty.
3) a man’s ideas.
4) a piece of art.

13. The author planned a route which …

1) was traditional for runners.
2) lead to the seashore.
3) followed the coastline.
4) connected the islands.

14. Which type of challenges of a long-distance run is NOT mentioned in the text?

1) Organisational.
2) Climatic.
3) Emotional.
4) Physical.

15. What scared the author when she set up camp one day?

1) Storm.
2) Cattle.
3) Planes.
4) People.

17. Which statement about the author’s journey is FALSE?

1) She canned all necessities in her backpack.
2) She rested and recovered weekly.
3) The journey took about two months.
4) She returned to running after a break.

18. After the pouring rain described at the end ofthe text, the author was …

1) annoyed.
2) content.
3) miserable.
4) energetic.

19. What do you know about the history of Moscow metro? in fact, it in 1875, when some engineers had an idea to budd an underground railway system like in London.

20. The authorities the idea much. A number ofprojects appeared though none was carried out.

21. However,theygave their consent.

22. The Acropolis Museum is one of the most famous museums tn the worid. It at the foot of the Athens Acropolis and houses a lot of Ancient Greek treasures unearthed from the Acropoiis and its surroundings.

23. Additionally, objects dating all the way from the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Era can also be viewed there. The Acropolis Museum is relativeiy young -it in 2003.

24. However, the museum welcomed its visitors only tn 2009.

38.1. Imagine that you are doing a project on what period of Russian history Zetland history students are mostiy interested in. You have found some data on the subject — the resutts of the opinion pods (see the tabic beiow). Comment on the data in the tabie and give your opinion on the subject of the project.

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