Сайт конкурсних тестових завдань призначений абітурієнтів, які складатимуть вступний іспит з англійської мови як основної фахової дисципліни (спеціальність «Англійська мова та література») або однієї з профілюючих дисциплін.

Сайт складається з 11 розділів, що включають тестові завдання різних рівнів складності з англійської мови.

Мета публікації — надати абітурієнту можливість ознайомитись , зі структурою тестових завдань з граматики, лексики та читання і до помогти послідовно повторити весь матеріал шкільного курсу при підготовці до складання вступних випробувань з англійської мови. Завдання підібрані і складені з урахуванням загального обсягу матеріалу, вимог до знань і вмінь випускників загальноосвітніх шкіл України, передбачених шкільною програмою, Державним освітнім стандартом з іноземнії мови та Програмою з іноземної мови для вступників до вищих навчальних закладів.

Представлений набір багаторівневих тестових завдань уможливлює визначення ступеня й міцності засвоєння знань з основних розділів морфології та синтаксису сучасної англійської мови, а також лексики розмовного характеру. Особлива увага зосереджена на перевірці граматичних аспектів мови, сформованості лексичного запасу, рівня розуміння тексту та потенційних здібностей до мовної здогадки. Крім володіння лексикою, що входить у програму лінгвістичної та соціщкультурної компетенції, абітурієнт повинен розуміти текст, який містить до 7% незнайомих слів, про значення яких можна здогадатися на основі знання словотвірних елементів, подібності між лексичними та граматичними явищами у рідній та іноземній мовах, а також: контексту.

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5,000 Bank Robbery in the City

There was a bank robbery in central London yesterday. Just before closing time yesterday, a man (1) the Bucher Street Branch of the National Westminster Bank. He was carrying a shotgun, and wearing a stocking mask over his head. There were only a few customers in the bank at the time. He {2} on the floor, and forced the manager to put the money in a sack. (3) he was leaving, the security guard tried to ring the alarm. The robber shot him and the guard is now in St. Patrick’s Hospital. Surgeons are trying to save (4). (5) the police arrested a man in South London. He is now trying to prove his alibi.

#1.1) entered in; 2) entered; 3) left; 4) was entering.

#2. 1) made them to lie; 2) made them lying: 3) made lie to them; 4) made them lie.

#3. 1) as; 2) as soon as; 3) after; 4) before.

#4. 1) him alive; 2) his death; 3) his life; 4) his from death.

#5. 1) last at night; 2) late night; 3) lastly night; 4) last night.

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What’s a Bruegel?

Many stolen paintings have a strange history. But one of the strangest was (1) of a painting by the famous sixteenth century painter Bruegel, stolen from the Courtauld Institute in London in the eighties. The four thieves who had stolen the painting, didn’t know how much it cost. The first art expert who came to see the painting said it was (2) and couldn’t name the exact price. The gang telephoned another art expert who told them that the painting was worth ? 2-3 million. They then tried to sell the painting (3) to the gallery from which it had been stolen. The gallery contacted the police and meeting was arranged. The gang asked for the money to be brought in two suitcases in unmarked banknotes. (4), the meeting didn’t take place. A short time (5) the four were arrested. The police found the painting on top of a wardrobe. When the gang were told they were arrested in connection with Bruegel, one of them said, «What’s a Bruegel? I thought it was rubbish.»

#1. 1) this; 2) that; 3) those; 4) the.

#2. 1) priceless; 2) colourless; 3 hopeless; 4) useless.

#3.1) against; 2) round; 3) back; 4) around.

#4. 1) so; 2) while; 3) sure; 4) however.

#5. 1) latter; 2) late; 3) before; 4) later.

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Mr. Reilly?

«Mr. Reilly? This is Colonel Montgomery of Scotland Yard. F’m afraid I have bad news for you. Your brother-in-law has just been murdered.» «Oh, my God,» said the voice on (1) end of the line. «I only saw Micky last night. I can’t believe this is true. Are you sure it’s him?» «The (2) is positive, Mr. Reilly. I would like to come straight over and talk to you about who would have a motive for killing him.» An hour later, Colonel Montgomery was seated in Reilly’s flat. «It’s no secret that Micky had enemies,» said Reilly. His business partner, Harold Smith, once (3) him of stealing money from their business. They had some violent arguments. Then there’s my sister’s husband, Charles Johnes, who thought Micky had (4) with his wife. Charles, I am embarrassed to say, is associated with the underworld. Another person who could have killed Micky is my wife’s brother Billy… There was no need to continue. From what Mr. Reilly said everything was obvious. He gave himself (5) when he mentioned the name of his murdered brother-in-law: he had at least three brothers-in-law.

#1.1) another; 2) the other; 3) other; 4) an other.

#2. 1) identification; 2) confirmation; 3) interrogation; 4) location.

#3. 1) deceived; 2) proved; 3) accused; 4) thought.

#4. 1) love; 2) affair; 3) heavens; 4) peace.

#5. 1) off; 2) from; 3) back; 4) away.

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One Evening…

One evening late 1941, Colonel Montgomery of Scotland Yard, (1) himself standing before the members of the London Mystery Club, a group that enjoyed discussing mystery novels. «Recently a stranger arrived in London from South Africa,» the colonel said. «Our sources have informed us that this man is probably a Nazi agent. We believe that he is (2) of a great deal of wealth with which to finance espionage in Britain. «A few hours after he stepped (3) the boat we arranged a car accident that sent him to hospital with a fractured arm. Our staff searched his clothes and luggage, which consisted of only a briefcase with letters from his friends in British Guiana. We considered a number of possible ploys but discovered nothing and still don’t know how he might be concealing something (4) a hundred thousand pounds.» The members turned to one another and whispered for a few moments. Then the president turned and said, «Colonel, we think you have overlooked a rather obvious possibility: the letters from South Africa had rare stamps (5) thousands of pounds each.» #1.1) founded; 2) saw; 3) found; 4) was.

#2. 1) a courier; 2) a career; 3) a carriage; 4) a carry-cot.

#3. 1) of; 2) off; 3) by; 4) into.

#4. 1) as; 2) else; 3) as if; 4) like.

#5.1) worth; 2) worse; 3) with the value; 4) yaluable.

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Who Was the Thief?

Mick, the (1) investigator, was wondering who could steal computer designs. It might have been John Howard. He had recently (2) the designs for a lot of money. He could have stolen them himself in order to collect the money. So, Mick started to look around the office. First, he noticed that the glass from the broken window was outside the office. So the thief must have broken the window from inside the room. He wanted to make it look someone had broken (3). Also, the safe hadn’t been forced open, so the thief must have known the combination. A number of the envelopes in the safe had been opened, although only the designs had been stolen. So, there couldn’t have been John Howard or Gerald Wilson because they both knew which envelope the designs were in. And that (4) only one thing: Mr. Howard’s secretary, Linda Perkins, must have stolen the designs. She had the key to the office and knew the combination, but didn’t know about the exact envelope. It took only a few minutes to get a full (5) from Linda.

#1. 1) privileged; 2) private; 3) previous; 4) proposed.

#2. 1) assured; 2) mentioned; 3) adjusted; 4) insured.

#3. 1) in; 2) to; 3) away; 4) out of it.

#4. 1) proved to; 2) seemed; 3) associated; 4) meant.

#5. 1) consideration; 2) confession; 3) contribution; 4) cooperation.

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The Least Well-Planned Robbery

Three thieves at Billericay in Essex gave hours of (1) in 1971 to raiding the Post Office in Mountnessing Road. Among the details which they discovered were the times at which there was (2) cash and least security guard on the premises. They also invested in masks, guns and a get-away car. At a (3) time, the Mountnessing gang sped through Billericay and screeched to a halt outside the post office. It was only (4) they jumped out of the car and ran towards the building that they discovered the one detail which they had omitted to check. The Post Office had been (5) for twelve years.

#1. 1) thought; 2) thinks; 3) ideals; 4) plot.

#2. 1) least; 2) larger; 3 bigger; 4) most.

#3. 1) pre-ordered; 2) pre-arranged; 3) post-arranged; 4) predictable.

#4. 1) before; 2) while; 3) after; 4) as soon as.

#5.1) stolen; 2) open; 3) closed; 4) robbed.

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The Worst Bank Robbers

In August 1975 three men were on their (1) in to rob the Royal Bank of Scotland at Rothesay, when they got stuck in the revolving doors. They had to be helped free by the staff and, after thanking everyone, sheepishly left the building. A few minutes later they returned and announced their intention of robbing the bank, but (2) staff believed them. When, at first, they demanded ? 5000, the head cashier laughed at them, convinced that it was a (3) joke. Disheartened by this, the gang leader reduced his demand first to ? 500, then to ? 50 and ultimately to 50 pence. By this stage the cashier could barely control herself for (4). Then one of the men jumped over the counter and fell awkwardly on the floor. The other two made their get-away, but got trapped in the revolving doors for a second time desperately pushing the (5) way.

#1.1) road; 2) plans; 3) way; 4) plain.

#2. 1) no; 2) none of the; 3) nobody of; 4) the.

#3. 1) practical; 2) theoretical; 3) humorous; 4) real.

#4. 1) reaction; 2) check; 3) money; 4) laughter.

#5. 1) right; 2) left; 3) straight; 4) wrong.

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The Crimes That Were Easiest to Detect

The (1) crimes were detected almost immediately after they had been committed. In 1972 Mr.J.Egan from London stole a ?2} on the river Thames and was very soon caught. There was a dock strike on and his was the only craft moving that day. Mr. J. Ealey committed a burglary in Detroit in 1968 and left his dog at the scene {3} the crime. The police soon arrived and shouted «Home, boy!». They then followed the dog back to the ?4} house. And arrived only seconds after he did. In May 1976 Vernon Drinkwater and Raymond Heap of Blackburn were accused of stealing a car (5) trying to sell it to its original owner.

#1.1) following; 2) next; 3) last; 4) cruel.

#2. 1) canal; 2) barge; 3) trailer; 4) truck.

#3.1) past; 2) before; 3) off; 4) of.

#4. 1) detectives; 2) police; 3) burglar’s; 4) criminal.

#5. 1) in spite of; 2) instead of; 3). while; 4) as soon as.

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The (1) Successful Mugger

87-year-old Lady Tucker was walking down New York’s East 66th Street. She looked like an easy prey — small, grey-haired and expensively dressed. Ramos came up on his bicycle and grabbed her handbag. Lady Tucker hit him on the head with her umbrella, knocking him off his bicycle, and started screaming. The (2) mugger tried to get back into his bicycle and escape, but Lady Tucker (3) hitting him. A lorry driver, hearing her screams, came and joined in the fight. They (4) fighting, until a policeman arrived and took Ramos to prison. Lady Tucker (5) medical help, saying that she felt fine. But she allowed the policeman to escort her home.

#1.1) less; 2) least; 3) worse; 4) bad;

#2. 1) criminal; 2) prolific; 3) romantic; 4) unfortunate;

#3.1) kept; 2) stayed; 3) left; 4) advised;

#4. 1) were sorry; 2) started; 3) went on; 4) thought of;

#5. 1) declared; 2) detested; 3) insisted for; 4) refused.

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