9th Form. Listening Comprehension Teacher’s Paper Choices icon

9th Form. Listening Comprehension Teacher’s Paper Choices

Название9th Form. Listening Comprehension Teacher’s Paper Choices
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1. /7 Англ_йська мова/10 form/Listening.doc
2. /7 Англ_йська мова/10 form/Reading.doc
3. /7 Англ_йська мова/10 form/Speaking.doc
4. /7 Англ_йська мова/10 form/Writing.doc
5. /7 Англ_йська мова/11 form/Listening.doc
6. /7 Англ_йська мова/11 form/Reading.doc
7. /7 Англ_йська мова/11 form/Speaking.doc
8. /7 Англ_йська мова/11 form/Writing.doc
9. /7 Англ_йська мова/8 form/Listening.doc
10. /7 Англ_йська мова/8 form/Reading.doc
11. /7 Англ_йська мова/8 form/Speaking.doc
12. /7 Англ_йська мова/8 form/Writing.doc
13. /7 Англ_йська мова/9 form/Listening.doc
14. /7 Англ_йська мова/9 form/Reading.doc
15. /7 Англ_йська мова/9 form/Speaking.doc
16. /7 Англ_йська мова/9 form/Writing.doc
10th Form. Listening Comprehension
Text I. Read the text and write t (true) or F(false) for each of the statements below: (10 points)
Speaking Tasks for 10th Form Students
Writing Tasks for 10th Form Students
Glossary: to gild золотити
11th Form. Reading Comprehension. Text 1 I. Read the text
Speaking Tasks for 11th Form Students
Writing Tasks for 11th Form Students
8th Form. Listening Comprehension
Text I. Read the text and write t (true) or f (false) for each of the statements below. (6 points)
Speaking Tasks for 8th Form Students (one to be chosen of three)
Writing tasks for 8th Form Students Choose one of the tasks and write your opinion (not less than 200 words)
9th Form. Listening Comprehension Teacher’s Paper Choices
Text I. Read the article and choose the best answer (A, b or C), according to the text. (10 points)
Speaking Tasks for 9th Form Students (one to be chosen of three)
Writing Tasks for 9th Form Students (one to be chosen of three)

9th Form. Listening Comprehension


Teacher’s Paper

Choices

By Alicia M. Boxler


When I first met Molly, she instantly became my best friend. We enjoyed the same things, laughed at the same jokes and even had the same love for sunflowers.

It seemed like we had found each other at the right time. Our friendship grew very strong. Our families became friends, and everyone knew that wherever you found Molly, you found me, and vice versa.

In the fifth grade, we were not in the same class, but at lunch we both sat in nearby assigned seats and turned around to talk to each other. Our big mouths got us into trouble, and we were warned by the teachers that we would never be in the same classes again if we kept this up.

That summer, Molly and her brother were at my house quite often. My mum took care of them while their mom worked. We went swimming, played outside and practiced playing our flutes. We bought best-friend charms and made sure to wear them as often as possible.

Summer went by very quickly, and middle school began. As the teacher had warned us, we were not in the same classes. We still talked on the phone, went over to each other’s houses, sang in choir and practiced our flutes together in band. Nothing could destroy this friendship.

Seventh grade started and, again, we were not in the same classes and could not sit near each other at lunch. It seemed as if we were being put to a test. We both made new friends. Molly started to hang out with a new group of people and was growing very popular.

We spent less time together, and we rarely talked on the phone. At school, I would try to talk to her, but she would just ignore me. It hurt. I’m sure she didn’t know at the time how badly I felt, but how could I talk to her if she wouldn’t listen? I began to hang around with my new friends, but it just wasn’t the same. One day I decided to talk to her.

The phone call was not easy. Talking and saying how I felt was difficult. I was so afraid that I would hurt her feelings and make her angry. It was funny, though – when it was just the two of us talking on the phone, we were friends again. It was the old Molly.

I explained how I was feeling, and she did, too. I realized that she also felt lonely without me. What was she supposed to do, not make new friends? I didn’t think about this before, but she was feeling left out by me and my new friends. There were times when I didn’t even notice I was ignoring her.

Today, I look back on all of this and smile. Molly and I are finally in the same class. Molly is not my best friend anymore, but more like my sister. We still enjoy the same things, laugh at the same jokes and share the same love for sunflowers. I will never forget her. Molly taught me something very important. She taught me that things change, people change, and it doesn’t mean you forget the past or try to cover it up. It simply means that you move on, and treasure all the memories.


9th Grade. Listening Comprehension


Student’s Paper


  1. Listen to the text and decide if the statements below are True (T) or False (F) according to what the text says. (16 points)

  1. Molly became Alicia’s friend the moment they met.

  2. The friendship between the girls grew very strong but their families didn’t become friends.

  3. The girls didn’t want to be in the same class.

  4. During the summer holidays Alicia’s mother took care of Molly and her brother.

  5. Girls used to wear amulets.

  6. The girls made new friends in the seventh grade.

  7. One day Alicia decided to talk to Molly about their friendship.

  8. Friendship with Molly taught Alicia that things and people can change with time.

  1. Listen to the text again. Choose and circle the letter of the correct answer (A, B, C or D). (24 points)

  1. Why did the girls become friends?

A They both liked to grow sunflowers.

B Their families were friends.

C They had the same interests.

D They were in the same class.

  1. Why were the teachers angry with the girls?

A Because the girls always got into trouble.

B Because the girls didn’t talk to each other.

C Because they talked loudly at the lessons.

D Because they talked lowdly while eating.

  1. What musical instruments did the girls play?

A They both played the flute.

B They both played the piano.

C Alicia played the flute and Molly played the violin.

D Alicia played the piano and Molly played the violin.

4. What happened when the girls started the seventh grade?

A They both were too busy to spend time together.

B The girls departed and made new friends.

C Molly was ill and felt badly.

D Molly envied her friend because she was growing very popular.

    1. What did Alicia discover when she phoned her friend?

A That her friend ignored her phone call.

B That they would be in the same class the following year.

C That her friend was feeling left out by her.

D That Molly’s parents were against their friendship.

    1. What is the girls’ friendship like now?

A They became much closer now.

B Molly has found a new best friend.

C They have already forgotten each other.

D The girls still keep memories about their friendships.




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