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Task 1




Read the advertisements for three galleries and write short answers to the questions below.
One example is given.

















































Bringing in Christmas at the Art Gallery!

Exhibition of paintings of
19
th
century West European painters

Opens on December 23 at 11am and
closes on December 30 at 6 pm

Ticket price: 6 Laris. Half-price for children
under 8
Order by phone or email.
For details call: 25 45 67
or email: museum@tbilisi.ge

Address: 2 Pushkin Square. Tbilisi
The Picture Gallery
16 Era St. Batumi
Display of childrens paintings
Theme: War and Peace

Organized by the new Eastern European Centre
for Young Painters

Open till September 25. Closed on Saturdays

Entrance is free
All pictures on sale. Prices from 10 to 80 Laris

More from our website: www.gallery.ge
The Tate Gallery
Ground floor

Exhibition of the 20
th
century British photographers
Winter Show

Open from May 22 to June 2. Closed on Sunday
Opening hours: 11am 8 pm

Theme: The British Countryside

Thirsty? There's tea and strawberry ice-cream
in the caf!

For more info about the exhibition see our website:
www.tategallery.uk

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Ex.: For which gallery can you order a ticket by phone? F o r t h e A r t G a l l e r y.





1. Where would you go to if you like photography? ____________________________________
2. How much would you pay if you want to see west European painters? ___________________
3. Which gallery would you go to if you like childrens paintings? ________________________
4. In which museum can you have a cup of tea? _______________________________________
5. What is the theme of the photo exhibition?
6. What is the minimum price for a childs painting? ___________________________________
7. Which gallery would you go to if you like west European painters? _____________________
8. Which gallery is located in Batumi? ______________________________________________
9. Which is the first day of the west European painters exhibition?
10. What is the theme of the exhibition in the Picture Gallery?




















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Task 2




Read the text about William Shakespeare. Then read the statements below and decide
whether they are True (T) or False (F). Circle the right answer. One example is given.




The Mystery of William Shakespeare


Shakespeare has been described as a genius, the greatest dramatist and poet of all time, and yet very little
is known about him.

The only real facts are these:
William Shakespeare was born on April 23
rd
1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, a small town in the
centre of England.
His father and mother were illiterate farming people. They did not know how to read or write.
In 1582, Shakespeare married a woman called Anne Hathaway. They had three children who also
grew up illiterate.
In the following 14 years, many plays were performed under Shakespeares name.
In 1610 Shakespeare returned to Stratford, his native town, after having spent many years in
London.

Shakespeares writings are admired everywhere for their intelligence, beauty and humanity. So how was it
that this simple countryman was able to write such amazing poetry? How did someone with no apparent
education manage to produce thirty-six tragedies and comedies and over 127 poems? In his will*,
Shakespeare left no books or letters and didnt mention any plays or poems. Is it possible that the plays
were written by someone else?

Queen Elizabeth ruled England in Shakespeares times. The Queen had an adviser called Bacon. Bacon
was famous throughout Europe for his great intellect and learning. He also came from an important
aristocratic family. In many of his plays Shakespeare describes the lives of aristocracy and the court. Its
difficult to explain how Shakespeare knew about all this. Can it be possible that Bacon was using
Shakespeares name? The question is: Why would Bacon hide himself? Why would he not show his name?
It was a time of great political uncertainty and people were killed for their views and ideas. So it is
possible that Bacon used Shakespeare as a kind of mask, behind which he could express and promote his
ideas without fear of being punished.



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Ex.: Shakespeares native town is in the centre of England.. T F





1. The text is about Shakespeares plays... T F
2. There are a lot of facts known about Shakespeare T F
3. Shakespeare came from a small town.. T F
4. Shakespeare had more than two children T F
5. Shakespeare received a good education T F
6. Shakespeare spent all his life in his native town T F
7. Bacon lived at the same time as Shakespeare. T F
8. It is surprising that Shakespeare could write about the aristocracy.. T F
9. Some people think that Bacon is the author of Shakespeares plays T F
10. People could express their ideas freely in those days T F
11. Queen Elizabeth punished people for their views T F
12. Bacon knew the lives of rich people of his time very well... T F

















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Task 3

Read the text about the secrets of sleep. Then match the headings (A-H) with the
paragraphs (1-6). There is one extra heading which you do not need to use.
One example is given.


A The stages of deep sleep
B Reasons for bad sleep
C Sleeping lightly
D The stage of dreams
E Doctors study sleep
F How to sleep well
G Sleep is not important
H Some people worry about sleep

What happens when you sleep?

0. E
Many people think that nothing happens when you sleep. But doctors who have studied sleep for
many years, think that a lot happens when people sleep.

1.
Doctors say that there are five main kinds, or stages, of sleep. People may go through each stage
about every 90 minutes. During the first two stages you sleep very lightly. If someone calls you or
puts a hand on you, you wake up quickly. Your body rests quietly. You breathe more slowly than
when you are awake. Your heart beats slowly.

2.
During stages three and four, you sleep deeply. If someone puts a hand on you, you dont wake
up. Your heart beats more slowly than in stages one or two. You dont hear sounds and you dont
feel anything. Lights dont wake you up.

3.
The last stage of sleep is called Rapid Eye Movement or REM. During REM sleep, you breathe
faster, and your heart beats faster than in the first four stages. Your eyes move under your eyelids.
All of this happens because you are dreaming. Doctors say that everyone dreams. Some dreams
are short, some are long. Some people are good at remembering their dreams, others forget theirs.

4.
For some people, 4-5 hours sleep a night is enough to get enough rest. Others may need 12 hours
of sleep. Americans worry a lot about sleep. They spend at least 2.5 million dollars a year on
sleeping pills. Many people do not know why they have difficulty sleeping. They take special
pills to help them sleep. Sleeping pills may help you fall asleep, but when you wake up the next
morning you dont feel rested.

5.
Our living habits also affect our sleep. Busy people who are under stress during the day and get
tired at their jobs may not be able to calm down and fall asleep at night. Eating just before going
to bed may also keep you awake at night.

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6.
Doctors say that you will sleep more easily if your bedroom is used only for sleep. You shouldnt turn
your bedroom into a room for meeting people, for watching TV, or for exercising. You should also
establish a regular sleeping schedule. Try to go to bed at the same time every night and get up at the
same time every morning. And if all this does not work, try counting sheep!


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Task 4

Read the text about famous thinkers and fill the gaps with the words from the box. One
word is extra and there is one example given.







Famous thinkers
There are some people in h i s t o r y (0) of whom we can say "They changed the world." A number of
these people ____________________ (1) in Europe between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries.
This was the _____________________ (2) of the Renaissance in Europe, a period of great
____________________ (3) in ideas and knowledge. These years produced some of the greatest thinkers
of all time. One of these people was Martin Luther. His ninety five works ____________________ (4)
a movement to break away from the Catholic Church. This movement, ____________________(5) as
The Reformation, separated the people of Europe. Another ___________________ (6) whose work
changed the world was Leonardo da Vinci. His inventions, studies, and ______________________(7) of
the human body helped people think about science in new ways. The third person who helped create the
modern ________________________ (8) was J ohann Gutenberg. This German printer was the first
person in Europe to ____________________ (9) a printing machine. This made books much less
expensive and helped people to get new ____________________ (10). The fourth example is not a
person, but a whole family. The Medicis were middle-class wealthy merchants who
_________________________ (11) more political power from the king.

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Task 5

Read the first sentence. Then complete the second so that it means the same as the first.
One example is given.


Ex.: They make good wine in France.
Good wine i s m a d e i n F r a n c e.


1. I will remember this evening for the rest of my life.
This evening _________________________________________________ for the rest of my life.

2. Georgia has a few good radio stations.
There _______________________________________________________________ in Georgia.

3. France is much bigger than Estonia.
Estonia is _______________________________________________________________ France.

4. Millions of people watched the Olympic Games in Greece.
The Olympic Games in Greece ____________________________________________________

5. I sent the article to the newspaper yesterday, Katie told me.
Katie told me that the article __________________________________________ the day before.

6. I asked Peter what programme he was watching
I asked Peter: ________________________________________________________________?

7. They changed the whole government last year.
The whole government ___________________________________________________ last year.

8. I last wore these shoes in winter.
I __________________________________________________________________ since winter.

9. Does your teacher speak English in class? I asked Tamuna.
I asked Tamuna ________________________________________________________ in class.

10. Don't play the music so loud! my neighbour asked me.
My neighbour asked me ___________________________________________________ so loud.

11. We have invited our director to the school-leaving party.
Our director _____________________________________________ to the school-leaving party.

12. They are playing the classical music in the next room.
The classical music _______________________________________________ in the next room.




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Task 6


Read the letter and put the verbs in brackets in the correct form. One example is given.





Hi Niko,

I (0) a m h a v i n g a great time here in Virginia. My college (1) _____________________(start)
in October so I have a lot of free time now. I (2)______________________ (stay) with an
American family who owns a nice house and a big garden. Although I (3) ____________________
(arrive) here a month ago, I (4) _______________________ (already/meet) many people and made
friends with them. Last Sunday my American sister (5) ____________________ (take) me to a
party and we had a great time. I feel that my English (6) ____________________ (become) much
better. I understand almost everything now.
My American mother is a big flower-lover. All the flowers in our garden (7) __________________
(plant) by her. Whenever I find time I (8) ___________________ (help) her in the garden. Its a real
fun.

I have to go now.

Bye
Misha















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Task 7

Write one of the topics given below. Write between 120-150 words.

A. Some people think that pupils should go to school on Saturdays. Others believe that on Saturdays
pupils should stay at home and have some free time. Which opinion do you agree with and why?
Give specific reasons to support your answer.

B. Some people think that playing computer games is good for childrens development. Others
believe that playing computer games keeps children away from reading books. Which opinion do
you agree with and why? Give specific reasons to support your answer.

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qula azris gadmocemaSi / Fluency:

qula enobriv sizusteSi / Accuracy:

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Keys



Task 1
1.(To the/The) Tate (Gallery) 2.Six/6 (Lari(s))/GEL 3.(To the/The) Picture
Gallery 4.(In the/The) Tate (Gallery) 5.(The) British Countryside 6.Ten/10
(Lari(s))/GEL 7.(To the/The) Art Gallery 8.(The) Picture Gallery 9.(On)
December 23/23 December/(The) 23rd (of) December/December 23
rd
10.War and
Peace

Task 2
1.F 2.F 3.T 4.T 5.F 6.F 7.T 8.T 9.T 10.F 11.T 12.T
Task 3
1.C 2.A 3.D 4.H 5.B 6.F
Task 4
1.lived 2.time 3.change 4.began 5.known 6.person 7.drawings
8.world 9.use 10.information 11.demanded

Task 5
1will/ll be remembered/will not (wont) be forgotten (by me)... 2are (a few)
good radio stations. 3 not as/so big as/(much) smaller than
4were/was watched by millions of people. 5 had been/was sent (to the
newspaper) (by her) 6What/Which (programme) / are you watching?
7was/were changed (by them)/changed ... 8have not/havent worn these
shoes.... 9 if/whether her (their) teacher spoke/speaks/can/could speak
English 10 not to play (the) music... 11. has been invited (by us).
12... is being played (by them)

Task 6
1.starts/is starting/will start/will be starting 2.am staying 3. arrived
4.have/ve (already) met 5.took 6.has become/is becoming 7.have been
planted/are planted 8.help










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qula rogor pasuxobs naweri mocemul
davalebas; aris Tu ara azri
gadmocemuli Tanmimdevrulad.
Fluency/ Task fulfilment
rogor aris daculi gramatikul
leqsikuri sizuste. aseve sizuste
marTlwerasa da punqtuaciaSi.
Accuracy
qula
8-7 - naweri Zalian kargia. igi
srulyofilad pasuxobs davalebas.
- azri mkafiod da gasagebad aris
gadmocemuli. gamyarebulia
magaliTebiT da piradi mosazrebebiT.
- erTi winadadebidan meoreze
gadasvla logikuria.

- gramatikuli Secdomebis raodenoba
4-s ar aRemateba. gamoyenebulia
rTuli winadadebebi da
konstruqciebi.
- leqsika mdidaria.
- marTlwerasa da punqtuaciaSi
daSvebuli Secdomebi umniSvneloa.
8-7
6-5 -Nnaweri kargia, pasuxobs davalebas,
Tumca zog SemTxvevaSi zedmeti an,
piriqiT, arasakmarisi informaciaa
mocemuli.
- azri ZiriTadad kargad aris
gadmocemuli. Cans piradi mosazreba
da/an moyvanilia magaliTi.
- erTi winadadebidan meoreze
gadasvla ZiriTadad logikuria,
Tumca zog SemTxvevaSi mkiTxvels
yuradRebis daZabva uxdeba.
- daSvebulia 5-7 gramatikuli
Secdoma, araswori sintaqsuri
struqturebis CaTvliT, magram es
xels ar uSlis ZiriTadi azris
gagebas.
- leqsika davalebisa da moTxovnis
Sesatyvisia.
- marTlwerasa da punqtuaciaSi
daSvebuli Secdomebi ZiriTadad xels
ar UuSlis azris gagebas.
6-5
4-3 - naweri saSualo donisaa. informacia
zogadi da arasakmarisia; davalebaze
arasrulfasovani pasuxia gacemuli.
- winadadebebi erTmaneTs logikurad
cudad ukavSirdeba. azris miyola
Wirs. piradi mosazreba mkafiod ar
Cans.
an: naweri 80 sityvaze naklebia,
Sesabamisad Secdomebis raodenoba
naklebi.
- daSvebulia 8-10 gramatikuli
Secdoma. gamoyenebulia metismetad
martivi an araswori sintaqsuri
struqturebi.
- leqsika sakmaod martivi da
SezRudulia.
- marTlwerasa da punqtuaciaSi
daSvebul Secdomebs sistemuri
xasiaTi aqvs, rac xels UuSlis azris
gagebas.

4-3
2-1 - naweri (Zalian) sustia. informacia
zogadi da mwiria. azris gageba,
umetes SemTxvevaSi, SeuZlebelia.

an: naweri 40 sityvaze naklebia/
dawerilia ramodenime winadadeba
- daSvebulia 10-ze meti gramatikuli
Secdoma. winadadebebi struqturulad
gaumarTavia.
- leqsika Zalze martivi da
Seusabamoa.
- mJRavndeba marTlwerisa da
punqtuaciis wesebis susti codna.
2-1
0 furceli carielia an dawerilia mxolod erTi winadadeba an
naweri ar pasuxobs davalebis Temas an dawerilia ramodenime winadadeba,
saidanac azris gamotana SeuZlebelia

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am pirobis Sesabamisad gaeciT pasuxebi dasmul SekiTxvebs.
wereT garkveviT, imyofineT pasuxisTvis gankuTvnili
adgili. Secdomac gaasworeT garkveviT.
gaiTvaliswineT, rom meore davalebaSi gadasworebuli
pasuxi
meSvide davalebis Sefaseba xdeba mxolod gadaTeTrebuli
naweris safuZvelze. Savi naweri ar swordeba.
is naSromi, romelzec miTiTebuli iqneba abiturientis
saxeli da/an gvari, an raime sxva saxis aRniSvna, ar gaswordeba.
SefasebisTvis gankuTvnil adgilas _ gverdebis mindvrebsa
da gverdebis bolos _ nurafers CawerT.
Secdomad CaiTvleba.
testis Sesasruleblad geZlevaT 2 saaTi.
instruqcia
gisurvebT warmatebas !
meore gamsworeblis
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Strixkodi
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Strixkodi
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Task 1

Read the advertisements for three universities and write short answers to the questions
below. One example is given.



















































Learn Italian at our university!

Milan University

Established in 1549, our university is located in
the very centre of Milan - one of the oldest and
most exciting cities of Italy!

The study programme includes:

Italian language classes four times a week
a week-end excursion to Rome

Within walking distance from the train station!

Address: 16 Via Pacifica, Milan, Italy
email: info@university.it
The best place to learn photography!

Prague University

Located in the heart of old Prague and at short
distance from the shopping centre, the university
offers:

photography classes 3 times a week
regular seminars in art and design
student caf with free breakfast

Nearest metro station less than 7 minutes walk!

For details please call 33 21 36
A special place to learn World Geography!
Batumi University

Batumi University was founded in 1955 and is well-known for
its high-quality courses in World Geography!

In their free time students can take part in:
various sports competitions
folk dance and singing club activities

The university overlooks a beautiful park and is within
easy walking distance from the nearest bus stop!

For more details call: 5 43 56

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Ex.: Which university has an email address? M i l a n .





1. Which university is located in the centre of the town? ______________________________
2. What can you learn at Batumi University? _______________________________________
3. Which university would you choose if you like photography? ________________________
4. Which university would you go to if you want to study in Italy? ______________________
5. Which university would you choose if you like folk dances? ________________________
6. Which university would you choose if you like shopping? __________________________
7. When was Batumi University founded? _________________________________________
8. Which university has free breakfast for students? __________________________________
9. Which university would you choose if you like sports? _____________________________
10. Which university can you reach by train? ________________________________________





















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Task 2



Read the text about teenagers and stress. Then read the statements below and decide whether
they are True (T) or False (F). Circle the right answer. One example is given.




Too many tests!


99% of British children feel stressed. What worries them the most? Research* has shown that children in
Britain dont worry too much about their parents or friends. They are worried mostly about studying well at
school.

British parents say that their children are under stress because they have too many exams. Philip Pullman, a
famous children's writer, agrees with parents. I want to change the way young people learn at school
because it isnt fun. School pupils don't have time for anything at all: neither sports nor reading books. They
spend their time doing homework and getting ready for tests, says Mr. Pullman.

Young people take about eighty seven exams during their school life. British schoolchildren take national
exams at the age of seven, eleven, fourteen, sixteen, seventeen and eighteen. At the age of seven, eleven and
fourteen students take SATs, which means Standard Assessment Tests. At the age of sixteen, they take
GCSEs, which means General Certificate of Secondary Education. At the age of seventeen and eighteen,
students take two more exams: AS-level and A-level exams.

Some young people are leaving school early because they think that it is difficult to pass all these exams.
Those who stay at school don't have time for sport, music and reading because they have so much
schoolwork to do. Do lots of tests help pupils learn more? No! Research shows that the more tests students
have, the less they work, and the poorer are their results.

British teachers try to make school less stressful. For example, teachers at a school in Birmingham let pupils
eat bananas in class while listening to classical music. Another school in Liverpool has a special quiet room
where pupils can go when they feel stressed. In this room pupils can smell flowers, have a hand and foot
massage or talk about their problems.


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Ex.: Most British children suffer from stress ... T F




1. The text is about too many tests in British schools. ... T F
2. British parents want their children to pass many exams. .... T F
3. Mr. Pullman says that pupils do not have time for sports. .. T F
4. Pupils in the UK are very busy doing their homework. T F
5. British pupils have national exams every year. T F
6. Pupils take A-level exams when they are sixteen. .. T F
7. Pupils at the age of 18 take three more exams. ... T F
8. Some pupils leave school early because they are afraid of exams. .. .. T F
9. More tests sometimes mean worse marks. . T F
10. Students do not feel stressed in schools in Britain. T F
11. Teachers in some schools let their students do unusual things in class. T F
12. Some British schools allow eating bananas in class. ... T F















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Task 3

Read the text about smile and stress. Then match the headings (A-H) with the
paragraphs (1-6). There is one extra heading which you do not need to use.
One example is given.

A Smiling is not laughing
B Smiling and loneliness
C Learning how to smile
D Attracting men
E Better than sport
F Smiling is good for health
G Helping the depressed
H Smiling is good for skin

Smile and stress
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It is officially said that smiling is not only the most charming signal a girl can give, it helps her
live longer, have nice skin and live without stress. For most of us, every smile is as good as
taking medicine. The physical mechanism of smiling feeds our brains with pleasure-giving
elements. American cardiologists are now saying that one sweet 60-second smile is worth 40
minutes of sleep.

1.
Happiness, says journalist Robert Holden, is not only for lucky people. Its a talent
everybody can develop. Robert Holden teaches laughter therapy as part of his course in
Birmingham, UK. Each member of the group begins by practising smiling. "The brain cannot
tell the difference between a real smile and not a real smile," says Holden, "Both create a
feeling of happiness in the body."

2.
American psychologist R. B. Zajonc believes that it is possible to cure people who are
depressed. He cures them by teaching them special exercises for the face, like frequent smiling.
When a person smiles, many facial muscles work. This feeds our brains with pleasure-giving
elements. This makes a person forget about his worries.

3.
Smiling does more than just make you feel well. As you smile you use 13 facial muscles. The
result of this is that the people who like smiling usually have better smooth skin than those who
don't, because such people use 40 facial muscles every time they frown.*

4.
But hearty laughter is even better for your health than smiling. Hearty laughter makes the lungs
larger and exercises the heart at least as much as running. And laughter as a natural medicine
cleans our unhealthy system. French doctor Pierre Vachet showed that smiling is even better
than running. His studies also proved that smiling also strengthens the immune system.

5.
We should make a difference between smiling and laughing. Smiling is not a weak form of
laughter. "It is a way of attracting attention," says scientist Desmond Morris.
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That is why women, whose lips are on average bigger than men's, smile almost 50 per cent more. It
is time to charm those men, take them by the hand and sit down to a 10-minute course of good
smiling therapy. Smiling has one more good result. It releases* what Holden calls a 'natural
perfume' , a love smell which is very attractive.

*frown - warbebis SeWmuxvna *release - (aq) gamoyofa

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Task 4

Read the text about educated women and fill the gaps with the words from the box. One
word is extra and there is one example given.


college continued decided door first interesting

life liked plan refused took women working


Educated women

Lily Spencer, who was born in 1705, was one of the f i r s t (0) people in England to say that
________________________ (1) must be educated. As a child, Lily Spencer was so clever that
her uncle ________________________ (2) to give her lessons in French, Latin and Mathematics.
In 1733 Mrs. Spencer wrote a book in which she said that a special _____________________ (3) for
women should be built. Some rich women ______________________ (4) the idea and gave her money
to start the college. However, important people in the church were against the ______________ (5) and
she was never able to do what she wanted. It _____________________(6) another one hundred and fifty
years before the first women's college was built in Cambridge. Lily Spencer_____________________(7)
studying and went on writing for the rest of her____________________(8). If people knocked at her door
when Lily was ___________________ (9), she put her head out of the window and said, "Mrs. Spencer
is not at home. She ________________________ (10) to see anyone because she was too busy. Mrs.
Spencer lived not a very long, but an _______________________ (11) life and died in 1762.



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Task 5

Read the first sentence. Then complete the second so that it means the same as the first.
One example is given.


Ex.: They make good wine in France.
Good wine i s m a d e i n F r a n c e.


1. Many tourists will visit Georgia in the near future.
Georgia ____________________________________________________ in the near future.

2. Italy has many good football teams.
There _______________________________________________________________ in Italy.

3. Chicago airport is much bigger than Tbilisi airport.
Tbilisi airport _________________________________________________ Chicago airport.

4. In Britain many people watch tennis.
Tennis ____________________________________________________________ in Britain.

5. They gave the information to the police last week, Alex told me.
Alex told me that the information _________________________________ the week before.

6. I asked Nino what game she was playing.
I asked Nino: _____________________________________________________________?

7. They changed the design of the room last summer.
The design of the room ______________________________________________ last summer.

8. I was last in Moscow five years ago.
I _______________________________________________________________ for five years.

9. Does your daughter speak Georgian? I asked Anthony.
I asked Anthony _____________________________________________________ Georgian.

10. Dont walk on the grass! - a gardener said to us.
A gardener asked us _________________________________________________________.

11. I have invited Mary to the opening of the book exhibition.
Mary ___________________________________________________ of the book exhibition.

12. They are selling Greek oranges here.
Greek oranges __________________________________________________________ here.





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Task 6


Read the text and put the verbs in brackets in the correct form. One example is given.





The town where my parents were born h a s c h a n g e d (0) greatly over the last twenty years.
Now there (1) _________________________ (be) a modern shopping centre in the place where
my fathers school used to be. None of my fathers school-friends (2) _________________________
(live) in the town any more. They (3) _________________________ (move) away to other towns.
The local cinema, which (4) _________________________ (rebuild) several years ago, used to be a
dance hall in the old days. And the town park, which (5) _______________________ (be) my fathers
favourite place when he was a child, (6) ___________________________ (change) into a car park.
Some things are still the same though. For example, the hospital where my father (7)
_________________________ (be born), still stands in its old place, although its much bigger now
than it (8) _________________________ (be) in the old days.
























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Task 7

Write one of the topics given below. Write between 120-150 words.

A. Some people think that the seaside is the best place to spend a holiday. Others believe that it is
always better to spend a holiday in the mountains. Which opinion do you agree with and why? Give
specific reasons to support your answer.

B. Some people think that watching TV is good because it helps you to learn a lot. Others believe that
it is better to read books than to watch TV. Which opinion do you agree with and why? Give
specific reasons to support your answer.

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qula azris gadmocemaSi / Fluency:

qula enobriv sizusteSi / Accuracy:

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Keys



Task 1
1.Milan (University) 2.(World) Geography 3.Prague (University)
4.(To) Milan (University) 5.Batumi (University) 6.Prague (University)
7.(In) 1955 8.Prague (University) 9.Batumi (University) 10.Milan
(University)

Task 2
1.T 2.F 3.T 4.T 5.F 6.F 7.F 8.T 9.T 10.F 11.T 12.T

Task 3
1.C 2.G 3.H 4.E 5.A 6.D

Task 4
1.women 2.decided 3.college 4.liked 5.plan 6.took 7.continued
8.life 9.working 10.refused 11.interesting

Task 5
1will be visited by many tourists 2are many good football teams 3. ..is
not/isnt as/so big as/is (much) smaller than/isnt/is not bigger than
4is watched by many people 5was/had been given to the police (by
them) 6.What/Which (game) are you playing 7.was changed (by them)
8. .. I have not /havent been to (in) Moscow 9 if/whether his daughter
spoke/speaks/can (could) speak 10 not to walk on the grass. 11. .. has/s been
invited (by me to the opening 12are/re being sold (by them)

Task 6
1.is 2.live(s)/is (are)living 3.have/ve moved/moved 4.was rebuilt
5.was/used to be 6.has/s been changed/has changed 7.was born 8.was/used
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qula rogor pasuxobs naweri mocemul
davalebas; aris Tu ara azri
gadmocemuli Tanmimdevrulad.
Fluency/ Task fulfilment
rogor aris daculi gramatikul
leqsikuri sizuste. aseve sizuste
marTlwerasa da punqtuaciaSi.
Accuracy
qula
8-7 - naweri Zalian kargia. igi
srulyofilad pasuxobs davalebas.
- azri mkafiod da gasagebad aris
gadmocemuli. gamyarebulia
magaliTebiT da piradi mosazrebebiT.
- erTi winadadebidan meoreze
gadasvla logikuria.

- gramatikuli Secdomebis raodenoba
4-s ar aRemateba. gamoyenebulia
rTuli winadadebebi da
konstruqciebi.
- leqsika mdidaria.
- marTlwerasa da punqtuaciaSi
daSvebuli Secdomebi umniSvneloa.
8-7
6-5 -Nnaweri kargia, pasuxobs davalebas,
Tumca zog SemTxvevaSi zedmeti an,
piriqiT, arasakmarisi informaciaa
mocemuli.
- azri ZiriTadad kargad aris
gadmocemuli. Cans piradi mosazreba
da/an moyvanilia magaliTi.
- erTi winadadebidan meoreze
gadasvla ZiriTadad logikuria,
Tumca zog SemTxvevaSi mkiTxvels
yuradRebis daZabva uxdeba.
- daSvebulia 5-7 gramatikuli
Secdoma, araswori sintaqsuri
struqturebis CaTvliT, magram es
xels ar uSlis ZiriTadi azris
gagebas.
- leqsika davalebisa da moTxovnis
Sesatyvisia.
- marTlwerasa da punqtuaciaSi
daSvebuli Secdomebi ZiriTadad xels
ar UuSlis azris gagebas.
6-5
4-3 - naweri saSualo donisaa. informacia
zogadi da arasakmarisia; davalebaze
arasrulfasovani pasuxia gacemuli.
- winadadebebi erTmaneTs logikurad
cudad ukavSirdeba. azris miyola
Wirs. piradi mosazreba mkafiod ar
Cans.
an: naweri 80 sityvaze naklebia,
Sesabamisad Secdomebis raodenoba
naklebi.
- daSvebulia 8-10 gramatikuli
Secdoma. gamoyenebulia metismetad
martivi an araswori sintaqsuri
struqturebi.
- leqsika sakmaod martivi da
SezRudulia.
- marTlwerasa da punqtuaciaSi
daSvebul Secdomebs sistemuri
xasiaTi aqvs, rac xels UuSlis azris
gagebas.

4-3
2-1 - naweri (Zalian) sustia. informacia
zogadi da mwiria. azris gageba,
umetes SemTxvevaSi, SeuZlebelia.

an: naweri 40 sityvaze naklebia/
dawerilia ramodenime winadadeba
- daSvebulia 10-ze meti gramatikuli
Secdoma. winadadebebi struqturulad
gaumarTavia.
- leqsika Zalze martivi da
Seusabamoa.
- mJRavndeba marTlwerisa da
punqtuaciis wesebis susti codna.
2-1
0 furceli carielia an dawerilia mxolod erTi winadadeba an
naweri ar pasuxobs davalebis Temas an dawerilia ramodenime winadadeba,
saidanac azris gamotana SeuZlebelia

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