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Задание 2 № 3428

Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений А–G соответствуют содержанию текста (1 – True), какие не соответствуют (2 – False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 – Not stated). Занесите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа в таблицу. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

Воспользуйтесь плеером, чтобы прослушать запись.

 

A. Tom and Alice used to go to the same school a few years ago.

B. Tom has no homework at school.

C. Alice thinks the Arabic language is rather fashionable.

D. Tom’s been studying French at his father’s request.

E. Alice is wondering what leisure activities Tom has.

F. Tom is planning to start writing poetry.

G. Tom takes a train to visit his parents on holidays.

 

Запишите в ответ цифры, расположив их в порядке, соответствующем буквам:

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Пояснение.

Расшифровка записи
Alice: Hey, Tom! Long time no see, how are you?
Tom: Alice, what a pleasant surprise! I am doing great, what about yourself?
Alice: I’m well, too. What have you been doing all this time?
Tom: Well, I’ve been studying at a boarding school in Oxford.
Alice: Wow, it’s not the famous one for boys, is it?
Tom: Yes, that’s the one.
Alice: How do you like it? How is it different from our old school?
Tom: I like it ok. The studies are very rigorous. We have five classes a day before lunch and four after we eat. Of course, one of the classes each day is a sport but it’s still a rather hard day.
Alice: Sounds intense, if you ask me. Do they give you homework, too?
Tom: Well, some. We usually have reading for our lit classes and homework in foreign languages – some vocabulary learning and grammar exercises.
Alice: How many foreign languages are you studying?
Tom: Two modern languages and Latin. You have a choice of foreign languages: French, Spanish, Arabic and Chinese. Latin is compulsory.
Alice: Which ones are you taking right now? I think I’d go for Arabic and Chinese since those are really popular these days.
Tom: I am studying Chinese and French. You see, my Dad has a business in France, so if I ever decide to follow in his steps, I’ll definitely need French. And Arabic, as you say, is very popular nowadays.
Alice: With all that studying do you ever have fun? Have you made any good friends?
Tom: Of course, I have! I’ve got a small circle of close friends, three boys we hang out with. At weekends we have some free time to play games, go for walks or into town.
Alice: That’s good. What do you do when you go into town? I’ve been to Oxford and there isn’t much to do there it seems.
Tom: Are you kidding? There is a nice cinema complex there and a shopping centre. There are also some nice coffee shops and cheap restaurants. There is one coffee place that has a poetry contest every Saturday night where anyone can have stage time to recite their poetry. So, we do that with friends.
Alice: Are you serious? You recite poetry for fun? You even write your own poetry? That’s pretty amazing. You were always into books, so I guess this school is a good match for you.
Tom: It really is. I’m rather happy here. The only drawback is that I don’t see my parents during the term, only on holidays and sometimes they come up to see me at weekends.

А — 1. How do you like it? How is it different from our old school?

В — 2.

Alice: Sounds intense, if you ask me. Do they give you homework, too?

Tom: Well, some. We usually have reading for our lit classes and homework in foreign languages – some vocabulary learning and grammar exercises.

С — 1. I think I’d go for Arabic and Chinese since those are really popular these days.

D — 3. No information.

E — 1. With all that studying do you ever have fun?

F — 2. Are you serious? You recite poetry for fun? You even write your own poetry? That’s pretty amazing.

G — 3. No information.

 

Ответ: 1, 2, 1, 3, 1, 2, 3.

Источник: Де­мон­стра­ци­он­ная вер­сия ЕГЭ—2017 по ан­глий­ско­му языку.