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  1. Had read, interested, read

  2. Are

  3. Were, many

  4. Further

  5. Is, the latest, it, is

  6. Some

  7. Looks

  8. Older, the happiest, have met

  9. Is visiting

  10. Less, ours

  11. Had finished, rang

  12. Elder

  13. Is

  14. Informs, latest, provides

  15. Met, were going

  16. Will discuss, seriously

  17. Sister-in-law’s

  18. Men

  19. Are doing, am looking, my

  20. The older, the more forgetful

  21. Brothers-in-law

  22. Longer

  23. Will have returned

  24. Was watching

  25. Women’s

  26. The highest

  27. Your, mine

  28. Their, outskirts



Л.М.Ушакова, Е.Н.Зезюльчик



Учебное пособие

для студентов 1-2 курсов факультетов ФФБД, ФВШТ, ФЭУТ И ФП

Минск: БГЭУ, 2011

Рекомендовано кафедрой профессионально ориентированной английской речи УО «Белорусский государственный экономический университет»

Л.М.Ушакова, Е.Н.Зезюльчик.

Тренировочные тесты для подготовки к выполнению компьютерного теста №2 для студентов заочной формы обучения/ Л.М.Ушакова, Е.Н.Зезюльчик.

. - БГЭУ, 2011. – 26c.

Настоящее учебное пособие предназначено для студентов заочной формы обучения факультетов ФФБД, ФВШТ, ФЭУТ И ФП и может быть использовано при подготовке к сдаче теста №2 по дисциплине «Иностранный язык (английский)».

Test 1. Passive Voice

Choose the correct form.

  1. The day before yesterday we … to the restaurant by Tom Jenkins.

A are invited

B were invited

C invite

  1. Look! The bridge … .

A is being repaired

B is been repaired

C has being repaired

  1. The letter and the parcel … tomorrow.

A will be post

B will have been posted

C will be posted

  1. Margaret … to be a very industrious person.

A has been known

B is known

C is been known

  1. In Greece the Olympic Games … once in four years.

A were held

B are being held

C are held

  1. The problem … for three years, but they haven’t got any results.

A has been studied

B has being studied

C was studied

  1. This book … by the end of September.

A would be republished

B will have been republished

C will been republished

  1. The doctor said that Tommy’s leg … the following day.

A will be X-rayed

B would be X-rayed

C will have been X-rayed

  1. A police car came when the injured man … the road.

A was being carried off

B was been carrying off

C has been carried off

  1. I … in a small Belarusian town not far from Minsk.

A was borne

B am born

C was born

  1. Dad phoned us and asked if our luggage … .

A was already being packed

B had already been packed

C was packed

  1. What a pity, John won’t come. He … about the meeting beforehand.

A should have been told

B should be told

C should been told

  1. The kitchen … tomorrow.

A will cleaned

B will clean

C will be cleaned

  1. America … by Christopher Columbus.

A founded

B was found

C has been found

  1. Oh, I’m so tired. – So am I. But these articles must … before we leave.

A translated

B be translated

C translate

  1. Jack’s car … last week.

A was stolen

B was being stolen

C has been stolen

  1. Did they build their summer cottage themselves? – No, it … before they moved in.

A has been built

B had been built

C was built

  1. What a nice shirt! Where did you buy it? – It … by my mother.

A was making

B made

C was made

  1. Have you written your report yet? – Yes, it … an hour ago.

A has been completed

B was complete

C was completed

  1. Did you type the letters? – No, they … by the time I came in.

A had been typed

B were being typed

C were typed

  1. Hurry up or all the food … by the time you arrive there.

A will be eaten

B will have been eaten

C will have eaten

  1. She … to drive by her father.

A taught

B was taught

C has taught

  1. He dog must … for a walk.

A to be taken

B taken

C be taken

  1. Where’s your computer? – I lent it. It … by my aunt now.

A uses

B is using

C is being used

  1. Don’t worry. Your camera … in an hour.

A will fix

B will be fixed

C will fixed

  1. What is happening over there? – A new bridge … over the river.

A is being constructed

B is constructed

C is constructed

  1. Do you know Ann’s telephone number? – Yes it … on the back of this envelope.

A is written

B is writing

C be written

  1. They are going home now because all the work … .

A has done

B has been done

C done
Test 2. Modal Verbs

Choose the correct form.

  1. You will … speak English in another few months.

A can

B have

C be able

  1. I’d like … skate.

A to can

B to be able

C to have to

  1. Nobody answers the phone. They … be out.

A should

B can

C must

  1. To my mind, the government … take care of old people.

A ought

B may

C must

  1. The policeman told the woman she … worry.

A needn’t

B couldn’t

C mustn’t

  1. Little children like books with large print. They … read them more easily.

A should

B must

C can

  1. … I speak to Jane, please?

A could

B shall

C must

  1. I … get up early on Mondays.

A am able

B have to

C may

  1. My dentist says I … eat so many sweets.

A needn’t

B mustn’t

C shouldn’t

  1. – Why hasn’t Mr. Grill got in touch with us? I don’t quite know. It … be that he has lost phone number.

A may

B must

C should

  1. We … eat before we go.

A can

B should

C are able

  1. You … stay any longer if you don’t want.

A can’t

B may not

C needn’t

  1. It … be done. It’s out of the question.

A can’t

B may not

C needn’t

  1. You … to do whatever you like.

A can

B are allowed

C may

  1. I … hear very well. Speak up.

A mustn’t

B can’t

C may not

16…. you do me a favour?

A Could

B May

C Are

17….You tell me the time, please?

A Could

B Should

C May

18. You … phone your mother at once. She wants to speak to you.

A may

B are able

C must

19. You … be late for your lecture. – I’m leaving in a minute.

A needn’t

B may not

C mustn’t

20. Can I speak to you, Fred? – Sorry, I … hurry now. I’m late for the train.

A can

B must

C have

21. Patricia is always late for work. She … get up earlier.

A need

B should

C shouldn’t

22. After I had tried for a few hours, I … open the door and get out.

A can

B was able

C might

23. I haven’t seen my neighbours for over 2 weeks. They … have gone on holiday for a time.

A may

B can

C should

24. It’s not fair. I always … do the dirty work.

A have to

B mustn’t

C has to

25. I’m so glad to walk alone. You … give me a lift.

A mustn’t

B can

C needn’t

26. There’s a chance that they’ll arrive at the party in time, but they ... be a lot later.

A will

B might

C can

27…. You help me with my umbrella, please?

A Could

B May

C Shall

28. They … have left the camp at 7 a.m., the bus didn’t start till 9.30.

A hadn’t

B must

C needn’t
Test 3. Participle I, II

Choose the correct form.

  1. Have you seen the new film yet? – No, I haven’t. But they say it’s very …

A bored

B bore

C boring

  1. Are you better today? – No, I still feel very … .

A tired

B tiring

C being tired

  1. I’m very … of the dark, don’t turn off the light, please.

A frighten

B frightened

C frightening

  1. Scott is good at making speeches in public. I heard him … one last Monday, it was brilliant.

A to make

B to be making

C making

  1. I saw him … the street.

A crossing

B to gross

C to be crossing

  1. Your offer sounds … .

A tempted

B to tempt

C tempting

  1. They seemed highly … when they lost their court action.

A disappointed

B disappointing

C to disappoint

  1. The number of persons permitted to take part in the project will be … .

A limiting

B limited

C have limited

  1. She shivered with fright as if … the danger.

A to realize

B realized

C realizing

  1. He heard her … the stairs.

A came up

B coming up

C to come up

  1. The performance was so … that I could hardly stay till the end of it.

A boring

B bored

C to bore

  1. He took a … strip of paper from his pocket.

A folding

B folded

C fold

  1. We employ … personnel. We do not care which sex they are.

A experience

B experiencing

C experienced

  1. Clothes … in the sale cannot be changed.

A having bought

B buying

C bought

  1. While … her homework, Ann was interrupted several times.

A do

B doing

C done

  1. Any Japanese company creates harmony … decision through consensus.

A making

B made

C having made

  1. Goods … in transit should be returned to the manufacturer.

A damaging

B damaged

C damage

  1. There are many high quality leather goods … from Italy.

A having delivered

B delivering

C delivered

  1. The police found some people … in the accident.

A injured

B injuring

C injure

  1. There is a book on economics … in the classroom.

A being left

B left

C lefted

  1. He seemed fully … against all risks.

A having covered

B covering

C covered

  1. It’s been raining all day. I hate … weather.

A depressing

B depressed

C being depressed

  1. Every month the company which has issued you the credit card sends you a report … about your expenses.

A told

B telling

C tell

  1. This film is so …, I advise you to see it.

A excited

B exciting

C excite

  1. They look highly … with the success of their campaign.

A delight

B delighting

C delighted

  1. There was a tree … down in the storm last night.

A fallen

B falling

C fall

  1. Cars … in a no-parking zone will be removed.

A having parked

B park

C parked

  1. You can get your things … .

A unpack

B unpacked

C unpacking

Test 4. Infinitive

Choose the correct form.

  1. You may … us, if you wish.

A to join

B joining

C join

  1. Let her … what she wants … .

A do … to do

B to do … do

C doing … to do

  1. The company can … cement in July.

A supply

B to supply

C supplied

  1. Welcome home. – Thanks a lot. It’s so wonderful … back.

A be

B to be

C to being

  1. I say she’d better … or she’ll be late for her classes.

A to hurry

B hurrying

C hurry

  1. The man suggested … till the end of the contest … the results.

A to stay … to know

B staying … to know

C staying … knowing

  1. This car is too expensive for me … .

A buy

B to buying

C to buy

  1. Ask your guest … in.

A to come

B come

C coming

  1. When do you expect … in Paris?

A arrive

B to arrive

C arriving

  1. He is thin enough … through the window.

A get

B to get

C getting

  1. He was too sleepy … the article to the end.

A reading

B read

C to read

  1. My friend takes long walks … .

A to relax

B relaxed

C relax

  1. I went to the hospital … a friend.

A visit

B to visit

C visited

  1. He offered … me the money, but I refused … it.

A to lend … taking

B to lend … to take

C lending … taking

  1. He made me … all the work again.

A to do

B done

C do

  1. She seems … a great deal about music.

A know

B knowing

C to know

  1. She was seen … a note of it.

A to make

B make

C made

  1. You had better … not … about it.

A to try … to think

B try … thinking

C try … to think

  1. How much time does it take you … there?

A get

B to get

C got

  1. It’s difficult for him … smoking.

A to give up

B give up

C giving

  1. I’m sorry I forgot … your letter.

A posted

B post

C to post

  1. His life’s ambition was … an economist.

A becoming

B to become

C became

  1. It took him half an hour … the words in the dictionary.

A looking

B look

C to look

  1. I’d rather not … home that way.

A go

B to go

C going

  1. My neghbour let me … his own car.

A to borrow

B borrowing

C borrow

  1. Why not … out now? We can’t … for the weather … .

A to start … wait … to change

B start … wait … to change

C start … wait … change

  1. What made you … so?

A thinking

B to think

C think

  1. He decided … when he reached the age of 60.

A to retire

B retiring

C retire
Test 5. Gerund

Choose the correct form.

  1. She was tired … her part in the play.

A at repeating

B of repeating

C in repeating

  1. We thanked him … so kind to us.

A of being

B at being

C for being

  1. I insisted … the TV set.

A in turning down

B on turning down

C at turning down

  1. He succeeded … a good job.

A in getting

B for getting

C at getting

  1. She was interested … the university.

A at entering

B in entering

C for entering

  1. He was good … things with his own hands.

A at making

B in making

C for making

  1. Forgive him … rude to you.

A of being

B at being

C for being

  1. I’m pleased … from you.

A of hearing

B for hearing

C at hearing

  1. Excuse me … so late.

A for coming

B of coming

C in coming

  1. They objected … him.

A at inviting

B to inviting

C in inviting

  1. … the classroom she greeted her teacher.

A On entering

B Entering

C Being entered

  1. The girl left home … the door.

A not lock

B without locking

C not locked

  1. I learned the words … them aloud.

A by pronouncing

B to pronounce

C with pronouncing

  1. They listened attentively … .

A without interrupting

B do not interrupt

C by interrupting

  1. … the test we listened to the teacher’s explanation.

A At writing

B In writing

C Before writing

  1. She consulted the doctor … to the South.

A on going

B before going

C by going

  1. … this piece of news he was greatly surprised.

A With hearing

B At hearing

C After hearing

  1. … the problem they adopted a resolution.

A In discussing

B After discussing

C By discussing

  1. The secretary asked if I would mind … for a few minutes.

A waiting

B to wait

C waited

  1. Do you think it’s a good film to see? – Yes, the film is worth … .

A to see

B being seen

C seeing

  1. I can’t help ….

A to smile

B smiling

C to be smiled

  1. Do you remember … this man before?

A seeing

B to see

C having seen

  1. Why have you stopped? Go on …

A to read

B read

C reading

  1. When we had finished … , the waiter brought the bill.

A to eat

B eating

C eat

  1. I can’t help … about awful accident.

A thinking

B to think

C of thinking

  1. Avoid … and you’ll feel better soon.

A to overeat

B overeating

C at overeating

  1. I really must stop … .

A to smoke

B at smoking

C smoking

  1. Would you mind … the front door?

A closing

B to close

C close

Final Test

Choose the correct form.

  1. Can you think of any reason why we … do it?

A aren’t to

B shouldn’t

C may not

  1. We … by the beauty of the view in front of us.

A impressed

B were impressing

C were impressed

  1. Soon the ship … sight of.

A was lost

B lost

C was losing

  1. He watched the people … along the street.

A to hurry

B hurry

C hurrying

  1. John made me … this medicine.

A to take

B take

C taking

  1. I expected Becky … at the airport.

A to meet

B meeting

C meet

  1. He is incapable of … a lie.

A to tell

B tell

C telling

  1. He sat … at me.

A staring

B stare

C to stare

  1. Suddenly they saw him … his temper and were uncomfortable.

A to lose

B losing

C lose

  1. What … in your street?

A is built

B is being built

C is building

  1. Don’t worry, she … after.

A will be looked

B will look

C will be looking

  1. All you can do is … his advice.

A following

B to follow

C follow

  1. She led him through the crowd … his hand.

A to hold

B hold

C holding

  1. It’s foolish … him about this. He knows nothing.

A ask

B to be asked

C to ask

  1. My first thought was … you.

A phoned

B to phone

C will phone

  1. He made us … the truth.

A tell

B to tell

C telling

  1. Why not … me tomorrow?

A to phone

B phone

C will phone

  1. The woman … next door works for a TV company.

A having lived

B lives

C living

  1. He … be driving here, he hasn’t a car.

A needn’t

B may not

C can’t

  1. … to pay for the tickets in advance?

A Do you have

B Must you

C Have you

  1. James believes … a promotion in 2 months.

A to be offered

B to offer

C to be offering

  1. His doctor advised him … smoking so many cigars a day.

A stop

B stopping

C to stop

  1. There’s no point … for the tram. It won’t come.

A waiting

B in waiting

C to wait

  1. He made me … his instructions … sure that I understood everything properly.

A to repeat … to be

B repeat … to be

C repeat … be

  1. The children are encouraged … in the sea on hot days.

A to play

B play

C playing

  1. My mother didn’t recommend … the children alone in the house after dark.

A to leave

B leave

C leaving

  1. … the room suddenly, the teacher found the boys smoking.

A To enter

B On entering

C Entering

  1. You … go and see that film, it’s fantastic.

A have to

B can

C must

  1. He surprised everybody by … the party without … “Good-bye”.

A leaving … saying

B leave … say

C to leave… to saying

  1. I tried … everything to him but he refused … and kept on…

A to explain … to listen … to grumble

B to explain … to listen … grumbling

C explaining … listening … grumbling

  1. When … that unexpected question I was in a state of shock.

A asking

B to asking

C asked

  1. Is there anything in this shop worth …?

A buying

B buy

C to buy

  1. It’s no use … over spilt milk.

A cry

B crying

C to crying

  1. Billy didn’t expect … such a question. He wasn’t prepared for it.

A to ask

B asking

C to be asked

  1. He offered … be the money, but I refused … it.

A to lend … taking

B to lend … to take

C lending … taking

  1. She isn’t answering the phone. She … be out.

A should

B is to

C must

  1. … I take a photo of you?

A May

B Am I allowed

C Am

  1. I … say whether Daniel will win.

A may not

B am not allowed

C can’t

  1. Mark … hurry. He had lots of time.

A couldn’t

B didn’t need to

C don’t have

  1. Fortunately, I … to work on Sundays.

A am not allowed

B can’t

C don’t have

  1. We … come back on foot because the airport was closed by fog.

A had to

B could

C should

  1. We waited for Jane for over three hours. She … have telephoned us to say she wasn’t coming.

A needn’t

B should

C may

  1. I saw you … a bicycle in the park yesterday.

A to ride

B riding

C ride

  1. We were watching the sun … .

A set

B to set

C setting

  1. We didn’t expect … so soon.

A he to leave

B him to leave

C him leave

  1. I didn’t hear the phone … .

A ring

B rang

C to ring

  1. Don’t make me … these words to you.

A to say

B saying

C say

  1. Why … Ann today?

A not visit

B not to visit

C not visiting

  1. It … done. It’s out of the question.

A may not

B needn’t

C can’t

  1. The old theatre … currently … .

A is … being rebuilt

B is … rebuilt

C is … rebuilding

  1. Interviews … in early June.

A hold

B will be held

C will hold

  1. Portuguese … widely in Latin America.

A speaks

B spoken

C is spoken

  1. A fax … to them

A was sent

B sent

C had been sent

  1. The nail … yet.

A isn’t delivered

B hasn’t been delivered

C will be delivered

  1. How much milk … for the recipe?

A do you need

B do you have

C can you have

  1. You … try and lose some weight.

A should

B can

C may


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5.2.1 Вопросы к изучаемым темам

1. Our University

      • Who may enter higher educational establishments?

      • Are there many institutes and universities in your country?

      • What is education in your country?

      • Who gets grants?

      • What University do you study at?

      • How many faculties and departments are there at your University and what are they?

      • How often do the external students come to the University?

      • What subjects do you study?

      • Is it easy to study by correspondence? (to be an external student).

      • What do you do during examination sessions?

      • Who encouraged you in your desire to enter our University?

      • Explain the reasons of your choice of the educational establishment and the faculty?

      • What is the perspective of your future job?

      • Do you think education is in demand in modern world? Why?

      • What is the reason for you to get higher education?

      • Is education of any significance in the village, small settlement, city?

      • What are your personal educational demands and requirements?

      • Did you attend any optional courses to acquire knowledge, abilities and skills at

  • school?

      • Were all your school teachers real professionals?

      • Were new information processing technologies introduced in your school?

      • Where can you apply your abilities at the University?

      • What would you like to change in our system of education?

2.Economic Systems

  • What do all societies have in common?

  • What does the survival of any society depend on?

  • What do all societies face with in the process of providing people’s wants and needs?

  • What fundamental economic questions must every society answer?

  • What determines the type of economic system?

  • What is the main advantage of a traditional economy?

  • What are disadvantages of a traditional economy?

  • What is a command economy?

  • What is the main advantage of a command economy?

  • How are the basic economic questions answered in a market economy?

  • What advantages does the market economy have?

3. Forms of Business Organizations

  • What are the forms of business organizations?

  • What is the main purpose of business organizations?

  • What is a sole proprietorship?

  • What is the greatest disadvantage of a sole proprietorship?

  • What is a partnership?

  • Who is responsible for all business debts in a partnership?

  • What form of business organization is created under a government charter?

  • Who can be an owner of a corporation?

  • By whom is a corporation managed?

4. Ecological Problems

  • What negative factors does man’s interference in nature lead to?

  • Ecological imbalance has become a global problem, drawing attention of practically all countries, hasn’t it?

  • Why does the problem of ecological imbalance go beyond scientific technological and economic abilities of even the best developed countries, if taken separately?

  • What can you say about the problem of large-scale environmental protection in Europe?

  • What suggestions are put forward more often? Why?

  • What does a system of global ecological security presuppose?

  • What does a system of global ecological security include?

  • What would global monitoring of the environment make it possible to do?

  • What other world service should there be on the same level?

  • The creation of a system international ecological security cannot be delayed, can it? Why not?

5 . British Economy

  • What is the country's prosperity dependent on?

  • What do the largest industries include?

  • What are the country’s chief exports?

  • What are the chief imports?

  • What can you say about mineral resources in Great Britain?

  • What do British farmers raise?

  • What is “invisible export”?

  • What are the main trade partners of Great Britain?

6. American Economy

    • What system is the United States economy based on?

  • What is a free enterprise system?

  • What sectors does the U.S. economy consist of?

  • What do primary economic activities include?

  • What do the United States farms produce?

  • Does the country have enough natural resources to support the economy?

  • What do secondary economic activities involve?

  • What does the tertiary sector of economy include?

7.Belarus Economy

    • What is location of the Republic of Belarus?

    • What is its population?

    • Is Belarus rich in mineral resources?

    • In what production does Belarus agriculture specialize today?

    • What deposits comprise our mineral wealth?

    • What are the main branches of Belarus economy?

    • Can you name large enterprises which form the basis of Belarus economy?

    • What are the basic trading and economic partners of the Republic of Belarus?

8.My Future Profession

    • Why is it so important to choose a right profession?

    • Why did you choose the Economic School of Finance and Banking?

    • Why is it very useful to have a bank account?

    • What financial services provided by the banks do you know?

    • Do you believe in a system of progressive promotion?

    • What will you probably begin your work with?

    • What kinds of disciplines does banking combine?

    • What role does banking play in the total world economy?


5.3.1Лексический минимум по изучаемым темам

1. Our University:

•  education - образование

• a student of education - студент - педагог

• to enter an Institute - поступить в институт

• a school - факультет

• an establishment - учреждение, заведение

• a department - отделение

• geographical - географический

• biological - биологический

to study - учиться

• a study - кабинет

• tutorial - практическое занятие

• to attend lectures - посещать лекции

to take notes of the lectures - записывать лекции

• a subject - предмет

• a term - семестр

• to take an exam -сдавать экзамен

to pass an exam - сдать экзамен

• to fail in an exam - провалить экзамен

• an internal student - студент - очник

• an external student - студент - заочник

an extra - mural department - заочное отделение

free of charge - бесплатный

• to miss classes - пропускать занятия

• a school - leaver - выпускник школы


2.Economic Systems:

  • society – общество

  • scarcity – нехватка, дефицит

  • incentive – стимул

  • to provide – обеспечивать

  • unlimited wants – неограниченные потребности

  • market economy – рыночная экономика

  • advantage – преимущество

  • disadvantage – недостаток

  • flexible – гибкий

  • government interference – вмешательство правительства

  • mixed – смешанный

  • central authority – центральная власть

  • to determine – определять

  • survival – выживание

  • to punish – наказывать

  • to brake rules – нарушать правила

  • to distribute – распределять

  • to discourage new ideas – не поощрять новые идеи

  • to draw up – составлять

  • attempt – попытка

  • choice – выбор

  • significant - значительный

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