Высказывания говорящих и утверждения (ЕГЭ английский)

На этой странице представлены задания на аудирование, которые предполагают прослушивание высказываний ряда говорящих и соотнесение их с утверждениями. Данный вид теста является одним из заданий на аудирование в ЕГЭ по английскому языку.

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Задание 1 на высказывания говорящих и утверждения

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1. It is necessary to take care of your pet’s health if it has problems.
2. Having two pets can be more enjoyable than having one.
3. Giving an unwanted pet a home is an opportunity to do something kind.
4. Each and every pet has an interesting and unique personality.
5. Choosing the right pet is a very important decision.
6. A pet often loves its owner and can be like a best friend.
7. Pets need something to play with, just like people do.

A – 5
B – 4
C – 2
D – 1
F – 7
G – 3

Speaker A: We’ve had our dog, Fido, for two years now. My parents asked me which animal I’d like, and I said a dog. A dog was a good choice for us because we’ve got a big house and a fenced-in garden where he can play, and we all take turns walking him. Dogs need space and exercise. People who’ve got a small flat and not a lot of free time to spend with their pet should probably get a fish instead!

Speaker B: Our cats, Leo, Tabs and Boo, certainly keep us entertained round the house. They love to play and sleep and they certainly perk up at mealtimes. But they have their own characters. Leo is super friendly and loves to sit on your lap. Tabs always runs away when you try to pick her up. And Boo is unpredictable – sometimes he loves you, and sometimes he doesn’t! I guess they re like people in a way – no two are alike!

Speaker С: I love having an aquarium. I’ve got two fish in it now. They don’t really have personalities, you know, although they get excited when I toss flakes of food in their tank. I started off with just one fish, then after six months, I decided it would be fun to get a second one, and they seem very happy together. They’re easy to look after – just give them some food and watch them swim!

Speaker D: We’ve got a really cool parrot named Polly. Polly’s a great character, and she talks! What better pet could you have, right? Sadly, though, Polly wasn’t feeling well a few weeks ago. She stopped eating and wasn’t talking so much. Everyone who owns a pet must look after it, so we had to take her to a vet, who prescribed some medicine. She’s much improved now and back to her usual chatty self!

Speaker E: Our local pet shop has got lots of different pets – rabbits and hamsters, birds and fish. I’m always tempted to buy another pet, but I know I mustn’t! But every time I go there, I pick up something for my dog, Gus. He loves having a new toy to chew on or chase round the house. I think about myself, you know. I love video games, but I can’t play the same one over and over again!

Speaker F: When we were thinking of getting a pet, we had to consider where we would get one. The pet shop near my house has lots to choose from. But I get so sad when I think about all those animals that are out on the streets. So my parents and I decided that we would visit the city shelter and rescue a pet from there. And that’s how we got our dog Chester, who’s more than happy to live with us!

Задание 2 на высказывания говорящих и утверждения

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1. It’s good to have a part-time job when you’re a university student.
2. Problems with time-keeping are not always the student’s fault.
3. University students have lots of new expenses to cope with.
4. Learning to do chores is part of university life.
5. Asking your parents for money while at university can be difficult.
6. Your class schedule can vary significantly at university.
7. Managing your freedom is a responsibility you learn at university.

A – 4
B – 7
C – 1
D – 6
F – 3
G – 2

Speaker A: I wasn’t a lazy kid at all. I studied hard and got good marks in my exams. I never missed football practice and I participated in extra-curricular activities. But now that I’m at university; there’s one thing I realise I never learnt how to do – wash my clothes! Now that Mum’s not here to do it, I’ve had to sort of work it out on my own. Needless to say, a few of my white T-shirts now look pink!

Speaker B: At university, no ones around to tell you that you need to stay at home and study. That’s something you have to learn to do yourself. There’s lots of temptation to go out and say to yourself TU study later! But take it from me, that’s a bad mistake to make. You’ve got to stay on lop of your priorities. Its just as important to put your free time into a specific schedule as it is your study time.

Speaker С: I never seem to have enough money as a university student. My parents send me a few pounds here and there, but I’ve largely been left to fend for myself. Luckily, I’ve been able to manage my studying and take on a few hours at a local cafe. Its a good way to make some extra cash, and it keeps me from going out too much, which is how I would spend most of my money anyway!

Speaker D: As a high school student, life was fairly simple. I can say that now, looking back on it! You went to school at 9 am, left at around 4 pm, and that was the end of it. Now, at the beginning of every term at university, I have to sort through a list of classes that occur al all different times of the day. On the one hand, it’s very flexible, but it makes sticking to a routine a bit more difficult.

Speaker E: Money can be a real problem for university students. That’s certainly no big secret! You’ve got to pay for expensive books for every subject. And what about your meals? Mum and Dad aren’t there to pick up the tab. And if you have your own flat, there will be rent and all sorts of bills. I live in a hall of residence, so having my own place is another year away for me yet. Id better start saving up!

Speaker F: I’m lucky that I have all oj my lectures in the afternoon. It means I’ve got the mornings to do my studying and my chores. But sometimes it’s a bit difficult to get from one class to another. My last two Friday lectures are at opposite ends of the university. I’ve only got 10 minutes to get from one to the other; so you’ll see me running down the street on occasion! I’m often late, but I cant help it!

Задание 3 на высказывания говорящих и утверждения

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1. The best cafes are those located near busy pedestrian streets.
2. A cafe should be quiet if it wants to attract readers.
3. Playing board games with friends is a great cafe pastime.
4. The decor of a cafe can make or break its business.
5. A cafe can make a business meeting more casual and less dull.
6. You can even watch news programmes in cafes these days.
7. A town should have a variety of cafes for every taste.

A – 3
B – 5
C – 6
D – 2
F – 1
G – 4

Speaker A: Sitting around drinking coffee has never been one of my favourite things to do, but I do love playing games, and so do some of my mates. So we’ve decided to meet at weekends and do that in a cafe. The place we go to has got a lot of fun things to choose from, and sometimes we bring our own. It’s a nice quiet and relaxed place, and never too busy, so we like it.

Speaker B: I work in an advertising agency and creativity is a focus. I meet with clients in our offices quite often, but more and more I’ve started asking them to meet me at a cafё down the street from our building. The atmosphere and decor are really arty, and the clients tend to feel a bit more relaxed when we meet there. I think both myself and my clients can come up with more interesting ideas for campaigns while we’re there.

Speaker С: Cafes have almost become like living rooms. It reminds me of that TV series Friends, where they drink coffee on a big sofa as if they re at home. In fact, a lot of cafes have put televisions up on the wall. It’s usually just in the background, so it doesn’t steal your attention. Its not to everyone’s taste, but I think its nice to look up occasionally and see a bit of current affairs or a sporting event.

Speaker D: For those of us who like to spend hours with a good book, a cafe is an excellent place to do it. That is, of course, if its not one with loud music, big-screen TVs and loads of noisy people. There are quite of few of those in my area, and they’re obviously not interested in keeping my business. That’s OK; I’ve got at least two or three to choose from that cater to bookworms like myself.

Speaker E: I think there are more cafes in my town than people! That’s what life is like in the Mediterranean. The weathers nice most of the year, and its great to sit outside, catch up on everyone’s news and, of course, do people-watching. The best places to do that are in sightseeing areas, with lots of people walking up and down the pavement, looking at the sights and enjoying the day. You see all walks of life in these places.

Speaker F: There are lots of different cafes in my town. A surprising number, in fact. To be honest, I don’t know how they all stay in business. A few of them have really bad interiors – bright fluorescent lighting, tacky furniture, even cracked plates. I hardly ever see anyone in them either. In my opinion, the look and feel of a cafe is the most important thing. Otherwise, it’s not going to be successful.

Задание 4 на высказывания говорящих и утверждения

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1. Suspense and mystery keep readers entertained to the end.
2. A sweet tale of romance can warm the readers heart.
3. Some of the best stories are told through pictures, rather than words.
4. Some stories describe technological advancements yet to be seen.
5. Our behaviour can be improved by looking back in time.
6. Reality is sometimes more entertaining than fantasy.
7. Reading about another persons life can bring meaning to our own.

A – 6
B – 5
C – 1
D – 7
F – 4
G – 2

Speaker A: They say that some of the strangest stories you’ll ever encounter are about events that happened in real life. When we read about something unbelievable, but then find out it’s true, our shock and bewilderment are even greater, and I think we enjoy this feeling. This can be the case with amazing tales of human survival, or a rags-to-riches story. It also applies to geological events, or the objects astronomers have found in space.

Speaker B: Historical conflicts are a terrible thing, but there are lessons to be learned from reading about them. We can see the mistakes that mankind made so many years ago, and we can use them as an example of what not to do now. It’s hard to believe that some of the mistakes in the past get repeated, but people have short memories. That’s why its important, to study these periods, so we make better decisions today.

Speaker С: Have you ever read a book that was so compelling, you couldn’t pul it down? A real page-turner, in which you sit reading for hours and ignore everything else? Even hunger and thirst cant tear you away from the story. This is what a really well-written murder mystery is like. You want to know who killed off the leading character and you cant turn the pages fast enough to find out!

Speaker D: We all try to achieve greatness in our lives in our very own way. It may seem as though the things we do are trivial and meaningless at times, but as the great Mahatma Gandhi once said, even the most insignificant things we do are important for our lives. Reading about great people such as him allows us to understand our own existence. It helps us realise that even the small things we do are to be cherished.

Speaker E: A good writer has to be imaginative, especially when writing science fiction. If the writer succeeds, they may invent an idea that actually becomes reality. Take headphones, for example. Before they were invented, they were the stuff of novels. No one could picture a tiny speaker small enough to fit inside your ear. Now it seems everyone’s got a pair. Who knows what’s in today’s novels that will become a reality later on?

Speaker F: A good book can take us away to another world that we sometimes wish were a reality. Let’s face it, life is rarely quite as exciting as what you can read in the pages of a novel. This is true of our expectations in life and our most tender emotions. A story about love can actually help us to understand our own feelings for the people we care about, especially when our daily routines make life a bit dull.

Задание 5 на высказывания говорящих и утверждения

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1. Sadly, many forests are cut down so that homes can be built.
2. In some ways, people can help a forest grow.
3. An unattended fire is a forests worst enemy.
4. We should try to avoid sacrificing forests for farmland.
5. Whatever you bring into the forest must leave with you.
6. A persons wooden furniture was once an animal’s home.
7. Eco-tourism can raise money to protect forests and the species that live in them.

A – 5
B – 1
C – 3
D – 4
F – 2
G – 6

Speaker A: My family and I used to go camping when I was a kid. We had such great fun together, sitting by the campfire, roasting marshmallows and telling stories. I didn’t pay much attention to it then, but some of our fellow campers had some bad habits. You would see empty crisp packets and plastic bottles here and there. It wasn’t enough to put you off, but still, the campers should have taken those things with them on their way out.

Speaker B: We’ve all read those terrible stories about the state of the worlds forests, that they’re being cut down or burnt down and little is being done to stop it. It’s disheartening to say the least. I realise that countries grow and need space to accommodate their expanding populations. But still, whenever they clear the woods to build a new residential area, they are destroying wildlife habitat. Where are the birds and the animals going to live?

Speaker С: Camping is a terrific pastime. Still, there are rules to follow when camping in a forest. Breaking some of the rules might not land you in hot water, but one that will is walking away from a campfire while its still burning. Even if its just on its last smoking embers, all it takes is a few dried leaves to create a raging inferno. You’ll destroy the forest and harm the animals who live there.

Speaker D: Forests are cleared for a number of reasons, and sadly, the progress of mankind has been bad news for our planets trees. As our population continues to grow, more people need food to put on their dinner table. And that means more needs to be grown. Forests have disappeared because land was needed to grow vegetables or herd cattle. Its too bad we cant find a way to produce the things we cat without tearing down a forest to do it.

Speaker E: When a fire is ravaging a forest, its hard to stop it. The firemen do their job, although their main concern is saving homes. After the fire ends, there’s a mess left to deal with. A forest regenerates over time, but there are organisations that can give it a boost. They gather seeds and plant them in individual containers. When the trees are big enough, they plant them in the forest, giving it a chance to regenerate faster.

Speaker F: On a recent camping trip, my friend spotted a raccoon while we were sitting by the campfire. It quickly ran away when we noticed it, and my friend left the fire to see where it went. She found its whole family in a tree! But I remember her saying, “One day, their home could be gone!” She was right. Many trees are cut down just to end up as someone’s desk. I hope that never happens to that tree.

Задание 6 на высказывания говорящих и утверждения

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1. You need to take your time when you have a meal.
2. We must be careful when eating oily or sugary food.
3. Your day should start off right – healthy, nutritious and satisfying.
4. Three meals a day is all the food you really need.
5. Most dieticians discourage a diet heavy in meat.
6. You should never go to bed with a heavy meal in your stomach.
7. Some dieticians recommend eating several small meals a day.

A – 4
B – 5
C – 6
D – 3
F – 1
G – 2

Speaker A: Snacking throughout the day is common behaviour. People get peckish in the afternoon or late evening and they snack on a packet of crisps or some nuts. But really, this is a bad habit to get into, and one that’s hard to break. We eat extra, unneeded calories this way, and sooner or later we start to slowly put on weight. A sensible breakfast, a satisfying lunch and a healthy dinner is the best eating habit.

Speaker B: We all like a bit of flavour in our meals. Vegetables and grains only go so far in providing that. Its much tastier to have some grilled chicken or beef for lunch or dinner. It’s certainly fine to have it in moderation, but most doctors and nutritionists will tell you its not healthy to eat beef with every meal. Once a day, or even just three times a week, is probably all you should consume.

Speaker С: Most of us lead busy lifestyles these days. We have to rush off to work without breakfast, our lunch hours are more like half-hours, and sometimes it’s 9 pm before we sit down for dinner. Were usually starving by this point, but we should resist the urge to consume a huge bowl of pasta or a big plate of meat. That food doesn’t get burnt off when you’re sleeping, and most of it turns to fat.

Speaker D: This has probably happened to you on a number of occasions. Your morning goes by sluggishly and by lunchtime you’re about to pass out from hunger. Let me guess – you ran out of the door without having anything for breakfast, didn’t you? Were all very busy hurrying off to work or school in the morning, but its really important to have a bowl of cereal, some yogurt or a banana to give you energy before you rush out.

Speaker E: Has this ever happened to you? You’ve got a meeting to rush off to, or a class that’s starting in fifteen minutes, but you’re starving because you haven t eaten all day. So in a spare fifteen minutes, you devour something as fast as you can. Of course, this is a very unhealthy way of eating. You should eat your food slowly and calmly, or otherwise, you wont be able to digest it and you may even choke on it!

Speaker F: Everyone has their favourite foods. Some people like things with vegetables, others with some kind of carbohydrate, like rice or pasta. My favourite foods, I must admit, are the ones that really aren’t too healthy. I love chips, fried chicken, anything that’s deep-fried, really. I also adore cakes and pastries, especially ones with icing or whipped cream. It’s fine that they’re my favourite foods, I just have to watch how much of them I eat, as do we all.

Задание 7 на высказывания говорящих и утверждения

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1. Devices with a large variety of functions may confuse some users.
2. We should learn how to use a device before attempting to use it.
3. If a new device stops working, the repair should be free.
4. If a device is too expensive, most people will just do without.
5. Most people prefer devices that can serve many different purposes.
6. A device should be strong enough to survive a fall.
7. The appearance of a device is an important feature for some.

A – 3
B – 6
C – 1
D – 5
F – 4
G – 7

Speaker A: Electronic devices have become so sophisticated these days. I love the fact that my mobile phone and music player can do a million different things. Of course, sometimes they stop functioning properly. With most phones you’re covered for a year or two, so that if that happens you can take them back to the shop, and either get the staff to fix the devices, or get replacements, free of charge.

Speaker B: I’m rather clumsy when it comes to handling small things. I cant tell you how many times I’ve dropped my phone on the floor. Just the other day, my laptop slid off my lap and hit the ground. I had dozed off while I was surfing the net. Luckily they both still work. These manufacturers have done a good job with their products. I wonder how many times they threw them on the floor when they were testing them!

Speaker С: When it comes to electronic devices, the only thing I’m very good at is switching them on and off. I’m simply not very keen on them, and every year, devices get more and more complicated. I know they do lots of useful things, which I’m sure is helpful for some people. But people like me – and I cant be the only one -need simplicity. I don’t want to spend hours trying to figure out how to use something.

Speaker D: As an estate agent, I’ve got a lot of different tasks to carry out. I work independently, so I’ve had to purchase my own equipment, and I’ve had to choose wisely. I needed a mobile phone that can schedule appointments, send emails, and take photos and videos of property, and it can do much more. I think lots of people share similar needs as myself when it comes to devices. They need to do a minimum often things at once.

Speaker E: Lets face it – were not all millionaires. Most of us cant throw down a huge pile of cash when we go into an electronics shop. Devices should be made affordable for the average user. I’m a fairly picky shopper as well. If I think I’m getting ripped off I wont spend the money. I’ll wait for a sale, or I just won’t buy it. I think a lot of people are like that, which is good.

Speaker F: When I’m looking for a new device, such as a mobile phone, I have a lot of things in mind just like everybody else. I want a phone that does a multitude of things, like take good quality photos and have easy access to the internet. But on more than one occasion I’ve chosen one device over another simply because it had a sleek, more modern look that matched my style a bit better. It’s something to consider.

Задание 8 на высказывания говорящих и утверждения

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1. It’s difficult but satisfying to create small models of large things.
2. Finding and keeping unusual and special items is an enjoyable pastime.
3. All you need are two simple, common items to practise this hobby.
4. Photographing beautiful moments in nature takes some time and care.
5. Making films at home is actually more difficult than it sounds.
6. With this hobby, you can make beautiful accessories from natural materials.
7. This hobby involves making something you can use in the bathroom.

A – 4
B – 3
C – 6
D – 2
F – 7
G – 1

Speaker A: Some hobbies actually require a bit of work. For mine, I’ve been waking up at dawn, because this is when you have the best light of the day. I pack up my camera equipment and head out to the woods behind our house. Then I look for that rare moment, for example when you see a deer standing still. You wait until it looks right at you, then snap! You have a perfect picture!

Speaker B: You’d be surprised what you’d find round the house to keep you busy for hours. For example, there are lots of ordinary scenes at home, like your dog lying on the sofa or the view of your back garden that you can see from the breakfast room. You can capture these moments on paper, with just an average everyday pencil, if you learn how to draw. It’s a fulfilling pastime, and I quite respect it.

Speaker С: I went hiking with some friends a couple of weekends back. Along the way, I found some small, beautiful stones in a river. They were quite shiny, so I decided to take them home with me, thinking I’d put them on my bedroom shelf. My mum saw them and mentioned that they’d make great earrings. I had no idea how to make earrings, so my mum and I learnt how, and now I’ve got a great new hobby.

Speaker D: A while back I visited a friends house, and he showed me his huge collection of baseball cards. He started when he was a kid, and since then he had amassed hundreds. It was rather impressive, although I’m not really into sport. But I decided that collecting something would be a fun hobby. So I started collecting antique radios. They re rather hard to find, but I’ve picked up three so far, and I love them.

Speaker E: I’ve recently started a hobby that I learnt from my gran. I was thinking of taking up a hobby that wouldn’t be too expensive and she said to me, “I can teach yon how to make soap!” I thought, can that even be done? Don’t you need a factory to do that? But sure enough, she showed me how, and it’s actually quite simple. You can add whatever fragrances and colours you like.

Speaker F: I know there are several different kinds of hobbies that are easy to do and require hardly any tools or equipment. Actually, in order to do my hobby, I just need some very small pieces of wood. Which have all been perfectly carved. And then I need some glue. And a lot of patience. OK, it is rather involved, but I love making wooden aeroplanes, or old-fashioned battleships. It’s a lot of work, but it’s worth it.