Ответы и задания для вариантов АЯ90101, АЯ90102 диагностическая работа статград по английскому языку 9 класс пробный экзамен ОГЭ, данная работа проводилась 07.11.2017 (7 ноября 2017) 1 четверть учебного года.
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Письменная часть работы по английскому языку состоит из четырёх разделов, включающих в себя 33 задания. На выполнение заданий письменной части работы отводится 2 часа (120 минут).
Устная часть работы по английскому языку включает в себя 3 задания. Задание 1 предусматривает чтение вслух небольшого текста научно популярного характера. Время на подготовку – 1,5 минуты.
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3)What musical instrument does Max play in the band?
- 1) The piano.
- 2) The drums.
- 3) The guitar.
4)What time of the year is it?
- 1) Spring.
- 2) Summer.
- 3) Winter.
5)What school subject does Max find most difficult?
- 1) History.
- 2) German.
- 3) Mathematics.
6)What is Max planning to do next weekend?
- 1) Max is going to a party.
- 2) Max is getting ready for his exam.
- 3) Max is rehearsing with his band.
7)What career does Max find attractive?
- 1) Max wants to be a professional musician.
- 2) Max wants to be a TV producer.
- 3) Max wants to be a businessman.
8)What sort of part time job does Max do?
- 1) Max delivers pizza.
- 2) Max works as a shop assistant.
- 3) Max does some easy office jobs.
1) Rules to be observed
2)Different residents of the zoo
3)Entertainment and playgrounds for children.
4)The history of the place
5)The territory and location of the zoo
6)Career opportunities with the zoo
7)Opening hours and options for visitors
8)To save the endangered animals
Though it is in the centre of a huge city, Moscow Zoo has a large area and boasts over 8200 animals, which represent about 970 species. The visitors can see the animals from different parts of the world. There are monkeys and elephants, giraffes and turtles, and a lot of others. There are also large collections of birds, reptiles, and insects.
In Moscow Zoo you can see animals that are very rare. There is practically no chance to see them in the wild. For breeding the leopards, Amur tigers, cheetahs and other rare animals and birds, a special Breeding Station was built near Volokolamsk. When the new born animals are grown up, they go either to the zoo or back to the wild to restore their population.
Nowadays Moscow Zoo covers an area of about 21.5 hectares. Apart from the enclosures for animals, it has a sea aquarium, a special exhibition of nocturnal animals (who come out at night), ponds for birds and other themed areas. The place is very convenient to visit as it is in the central part of the city, close to the Garden Ring (Sadovoe Koltso), a short walk from Barrikadnaya metro station.
Moscow Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in Europe. It was founded in 1864 by biologists, K.F. Rulje, S.A. Usov and A.P. Bogdanov, from Moscow State University. At that time, the zoo had 286 animals and an area of 10 hectares. The zoo’s original buildings were wooden. In 1926, the zoo was expanded, increasing the area to 18 hectares. In 1990, the zoo was renovated and a new main entrance was designed in the shape of a large rock castle.
Visitors are allowed into the zoo from 7.30am to 6.30pm. If it is going to be your first visit, a guided tour is highly recommended. The guide will help you make the most of your time and see the most interesting places. You can also attend themed exhibitions and lectures delivered by professional biologists and even …arrange your birthday party in the zoo! It sounds like fun, doesn’t it?
Families with and without children, teenagers and adults, can enjoy the opportunity to escape the noise of the city and spend a few hours in a zoo environment, watching animals. Though the animals are used to people, visitors should avoid disturbing them. It is prohibited to enter the enclosures, to tease and feed the animals. Adults should explain to their little ones that even a piece of a bun, swallowed by an animal, can do it harm.
Apart from being a great place to take children to, Moscow Zoo is involved in many other missions and activities. It carries out a lot of research and educational projects. Professionals in biology and environmental science, ecology and veterinary find it an attractive and rewarding workplace. There is also a wide range of jobs for animal carers, nursery zoo nurses, landscape designers, tourist guides and many others.