Диалог и утверждения

На этой странице представлены задания на аудирование, которые предполагают прослушивание диалога, чтение утверждений и определение степени соответствия данных утверждений диалогу (true, false, not stated). Данный вид теста является одним из заданий на аудирование в ЕГЭ по английскому языку.

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Задание 1 на диалог и утверждения

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A) Mike’s brother doesn’t live in Mike’s home.
B) Mike is used to eating homemade spaghetti sauce.
C) Tracy prefers spaghetti sauce from a jar to homemade sauce.
D) Tracy has learnt some basic cooking tips.
E) Mike’s mum wishes he’d gone to cookery school like his brother.
F) Mike found preparing the chicken dinner easy to do.
G) Mike made a mess of the dinner he made with his brother.

A) Mike’s brother doesn’t live in Mike’s home. TRUE
B) Mike is used to eating homemade spaghetti sauce. FALSE
C) Tracy prefers spaghetti sauce from a jar to homemade sauce. FALSE
D) Tracy has learnt some basic cooking tips. TRUE
E) Mike’s mum wishes he’d gone to cookery school like his brother. NOT STATED
F) Mike found preparing the chicken dinner easy to do. FALSE
G) Mike made a mess of the dinner he made with his brother. FALSE

ДИАЛОГ:

Tracy: Hi Mike, I haven’t seen you for a while. What are you up to these days?

Mike: Oh hi, Tracy! Things are going well. School’s fine, no problems there. My brother’s on a break from cookery school, so he’s home for a few days. He’s been giving me culinary lessons. It’s amazing what you can do with food!

Tracy: That sounds fun. What sort of things have you learnt?

Mike: Well, I’ve never been much good at cooking, but Harry’s persuaded me to learn the art. This may sound simple, but he taught me how to make a really flavourful spaghetti sauce. I was so used to pouring it from a jar, I didn’t realise you could actually make it!

Tracy: Oh yeah, my mum has made it on occasion. It takes a bit of work, though. It’s much easier to get the ready-made kind, but it tastes so much better when you make it fresh. What else have you Learnt?

Mike: He’s taught me how to be faster in the kitchen. When I chop things, I’m usually really slow. I try to cut all the pieces evenly. Or if I’m dicing something, I start the wrong way and end up making a mess.

Tracy: I know what you mean. My mum’s shown me how to chop. With carrots or peppers, for instance, you’re supposed to cut long ways first, then chop the long strips into smaller pieces. You haven’t learned that from your mum?

Mike: Like I said, I don’t spend much time in the kitchen. I think my brother wants to show off his skills though.

Tracy: Have you learnt how to make anything really complicated?

Mike: We made dinner one night with roasted chicken, sauteed asparagus with cheese sauce, and oven-roasted potatoes. I think each of those things is easy to do, but doing them all at once was really tricky.

Tracy: Wow, that’s impressive. How did it turn out?

Mike: Well, luckily my brother was there to guide me. He reminded me to check the food to see if it was done. And he would tell me that something wasn’t done when I thought it was. The potatoes needed ten minutes longer than I thought, but everything was fine in the end!

Tracy: Well I’m glad you’re enjoying the experience. You’ll have to cook dinner for me someday!

Mike: Deal!

Задание 2 на диалог и утверждения

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A) Lionel was only allowed to buy school clothes on his shopping trip.
B) Lionel saw some people he knew while shopping.
C) Sonia didn’t go shopping at the same time as Lionel.
D) Sonia wanted to talk to the man selling phone packages.
E) Sonia spoke to the phone salesman for about five minutes.
F) The man never asked Sonia to purchase a mobile phone package.
G) Sonia hopes she will appear on TV in a mobile phone advert.

A) Lionel was only allowed to buy school clothes on his shopping trip. FALSE
B) Lionel saw some people he knew while shopping. TRUE
C) Sonia didn’t go shopping at the same time as Lionel. TRUE
D) Sonia wanted to talk to the man selling phone packages. FALSE
E) Sonia spoke to the phone salesman for about five minutes. NOT STATED
F) The man never asked Sonia to purchase a mobile phone package. TRUE
G) Sonia hopes she will appear on TV in a mobile phone advert. NOT STATED

ДИАЛОГ:

Sonia: How was your weekend, Lionel? Did you do anything to get ready for going back to school?

Lionel: Yeah, in fact I did. My mum took me on a little shopping spree. I picked up some new trousers and a few new shirts. I also got some school supplies, you know, pens and pencils etc. I wanted to get some video games, but Mum said she was only buying school-related items.

Sonia: Oh. It’s nice to have some new clothes for school, though. Were there a lot of people out?

Lionel: Oh yeah, the shopping centre was packed. I met some classmates, like Neil and Jody. Seems that they had the same idea I had.

Sonia: Well, school starts next week, so it’s time to get prepared. My dad and I went a week ago, when the sales first started. Hardly anyone was around, actually. We went on a Thursday, though. I’m sure it was busy that weekend. Although I did get to do something really cool at a mobile phone display.

Lionel: Oh I saw that! Some guy was stopping people and asking them questions. What was that all about?

Sonia: The guy caught me just as I was passing by. I wasn’t paying attention, or I would have avoided him. But actually he was really nice and funny.

Lionel: What did he say to you?

Sonia: He asked me how I communicate with friends, if it’s by email or text, or if I make calls, and if I like to take photos with my phone. Actually, the whole mini-interview was on camera, so I might be in one of their adverts.

Lionel: That’s cool. Did you sign up for their phone service?

Sonia: The funny thing was, he didn’t try to sell me anything. He just asked if they could use the video footage in one of their adverts, and I signed a form saying it was OK.

Lionel: I see. They wanted to make an impression on you. If they use you in one of their adverts, maybe you’ll consider using their service.

Sonia: Right! Anyway, it was all good fun. I’m quite happy with my phone package though, so I won’t be switching any time soon.

Lionel: You might change your mind if you see your face on television!

Задание 3 на диалог и утверждения

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A) Dana doesn’t have to explain her actions to her parents.
B) James’s brother says that he has done badly in his university exams.
C) James had to study much harder in some school subjects than others.
D) Dana believes becoming a maths professor isn’t a good career.
E) James has written a complete novel.
F) Dana suggests that James could pay someone to help him study.
G) Dana doesn’t enjoy reading any kind of literature.

A) Dana doesn’t have to explain her actions to her parents. FALSE
B) James’s brother says that he has done badly in his university exams. NOT STATED
C) James had to study much harder in some school subjects than others. TRUE
D) Dana believes becoming a maths professor isn’t a good career. NOT STATED
E) James has written a complete novel. FALSE
F) Dana suggests that James could pay someone to help him study. TRUE
G) Dana doesn’t enjoy reading any kind of literature. FALSE

ДИАЛОГ:

James: It’s stressful to think about how difficult university will be, don’t you think, Dana?

Dana: Yes, but I try to focus on how much fun it will be, James – you know, to have the freedom to do what you want. My parents aren’t strict, but I have to explain myself every time I want to do something. It’ll be nice to escape that!

James: Yes, but I’m talking about the studies. My brother’s at university, and although he tends to be a bit dramatic, he says the exams are tough. You have to study much harder than at school.

Dana: Hmm. Well, I wouldn’t think about that too much. When the time comes, you’ll do what’s right, even if it means staying up all night to do it.

James: And what if that’s not enough? I’ve got good marks at school, but there were some subjects that troubled me. Like maths, for example. I had to study twice as hard for those exams as for the others.

Dana: Well, you can choose a university course that doesn’t include maths! You’re not going to university to become a maths professor, are you? Have you decided on a course yet?

James: I’m thinking of doing English lit. I’ve done pretty well in my English lessons, and I have a knack for writing. I’ve got a lot of short stories written, and one day, I hope to write a novel.

Dana: That’s fantastic. You don’t need to worry about maths then. You might be able to include some psychology or philosophy on your course, but you’ll probably enjoy those. You can always hire a private tutor if any courses trouble you.

James: That’s a good idea. I suppose we all have to put in some extra studying for the courses that we find difficult.

Dana: I’m the opposite to you in terms of strengths and weaknesses. I’m not so good at English literature. I love to read a good book now and again, but I just read them for entertainment. I could never analyse them.

James: Well, were’re all different! I’ll be looking forward to taking some English literature courses. Hopefully the more difficult topics wont be too bad.

Dana: Yes, and don’t listen to everything your brother tells you!

Задание 4 на диалог и утверждения

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A) Marion was looking forward to her weekend with her grandparents.
B) Marion picked fruit in her grandmother’s orchard.
C) The garden at Marion’s house is big enough for a few plants.
D) Marions grandmother sells her produce from time to time.
E) Marion doesn’t like cows and pigs.
F) Marion made breakfast for her family on the first day.
G) Henry will go to the farm with Marion next month.

A) Marion was looking forward to her weekend with her grandparents. FALSE
B) Marion picked fruit in her grandmother’s orchard. FALSE
C) The garden at Marion’s house is big enough for a few plants. TRUE
D) Marions grandmother sells her produce from time to time. TRUE
E) Marion doesn’t like cows and pigs. NOT STATED
F) Marion made breakfast for her family on the first day. FALSE
G) Henry will go to the farm with Marion next month. NOT STATED

ДИАЛОГ:

Henry: Hey Marion, how was your weekend at your grandparents’ farm?

Marion: Oh it was really great, Henry! There were plenty of things to do, and I wasn’t bored at all, like I thought I might be.

Henry: Yes, last week you mentioned you didn’t want to spend your weekend in the country. But I guess it turned out OK then?

Marion: It did. I’d forgotten that my grandmother had a huge garden, and there were lots of fresh vegetables that we picked on Saturday. She’s also got a small apple orchard, although the apples weren’t ripe enough for picking yet.

Henry: I like working in the garden, actually. I mean, we haven’t got a big one here in town.

Marion: We’ve got room for a row of green beans and a couple of fruit bushes in ours, that’s all. So actually it was quite nice to see a real garden. I think it’s a lot of work though. There was enough produce to take to the farmer’s market in town. Gran makes a bit of money from it sometimes.

Henry: Do your grandparents have any farm animals?

Marion: Just a couple of horses. And they’ve got three dogs, but I wouldn’t consider the dogs farm animals.

Henry: Oh, I see. I thought there would be cows and pigs roaming about.

Marion: No, neither of my grandparents care for that sort of stuff It’s an enormous job to take care of those animals. Oh, I’ve just remembered actually. My gran does have some chickens. They’re in the barn with the horses. She keeps them to produce eggs.

Henry: Did you have some while you were there?

Marion: Yes, we did that first morning. Gran made omelettes for everyone. There were four of us for breakfast, so she had to use quite a few eggs. Luckily she didn’t have to go into town and get more, well, at least not until the next day.

Henry: It sounds as though you had a great weekend. I’m envious, actually. I wouldn’t mind getting out of town and doing something different.

Marion: You’re welcome to come with me next time, if you like. I’m sure you’d love it. We’ll be going in another month. I’ll ask you about it again nearer the time.

Henry: Thanks, I’ll keep it in mind!

Задание 5 на диалог и утверждения

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A) Eric has still got a lot of packing to do at his house.
В) Eric and his family will help the movers move things.
С) Eric is not happy living at his house at the moment.
D) There’s a bus that stops in front of Leila’s house.
E) Eric’s new neighbourhood has an efficient bus service.
F) Leila’s parents haven’t moved in several years.
G) Eric was pleased to have thrown away lots of stuff.

A) Eric has still got a lot of packing to do at his house. FALSE
В) Eric and his family will help the movers move things. NOT STATED
С) Eric is not happy living at his house at the moment. TRUE
D) There’s a bus that stops in front of Leila’s house. FALSE
E) Eric’s new neighbourhood has an efficient bus service. NOT STATED
F) Leila’s parents haven’t moved in several years. TRUE
G) Eric was pleased to have thrown away lots of stuff. TRUE

Leila: Hi Eric, have you moved house yet?

Eric: Hi Leila, no, actually. We’ve got a few days to go. This is the worst part. I mean, we’ve got almost everything packed away in boxes but that means we’ve got hardly any clothes left to wear or things to use in the kitchen, and so on.

Leila: So when do you actually move into the new house then?

Eric: The removal men are coming this Saturday. It’s going to be a big day.

Leila: That must be exciting! Are you looking forward to living in the new house?

Eric: Oh definitely. My bedroom’s going to be much bigger. It’s even got a walk-in wardrobe, although I haven’t got enough clothes to fill it. Plus, the way we’re living now, with everything packed away except the basics, it’s not very enjoyable. I can’t really find a lot of things at the moment.

Leila: Hmm. Well, do you like the new neighbourhood?

Eric: It’s OK, although I think it’s quite similar to this one. It’s much closer to the underground station, so it’ll be easier to get round town. No more walking half a kilometre through rain or cold weather to get home from the Tube.

Leila: That’ll be nice. Luckily there’s a bus that stops a block away from my house that goes straight to the underground in my neighbourhood. I’d hate to have to walk all the way to the station.

Eric: There’s a bus where I live now, but it only comes every half hour, and it’s usually late. I’m better off walking. Luckily I won’t have to worry about that any more.

Leila: Gosh, I can’t imagine what it must be like to move house. I’ve lived in the same house all my life. My parents moved around a lot before I was born, but since then, it’s been one address and one only.

Eric: It’s a lot of work. I wouldn’t want to do it often. I can’t believe how much stuff I had. I’ve actually got rid of a lot of it. I guess it was a good excuse the clear things out. It was very satisfying!

Leila: Oh, don’t talk to me about clearing out old stuff If I did that, it would be the car boot sale of the century!

Eric: Ha! I guess you’d better hope your parents don’t decide to move!

Задание 6 на диалог и утверждения

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A) Alison has got most of the supplies she needs for the clean-up.
B) Daniel isn’t going to be involved with the rubbish pick-up.
C) Alison has got an instrument for removing posters.
D) Alison is going to assign poster removal to a friend.
E) Daniel doesn’t think the park is full of rubbish.
F) Alison wants to clean up the playground so she can use it again.
G) Daniel will be at football practice for a couple of hours.

A) Alison has got most of the supplies she needs for the clean-up. TRUE
B) Daniel isn’t going to be involved with the rubbish pick-up. TRUE
C) Alison has got an instrument for removing posters. FALSE
D) Alison is going to assign poster removal to a friend. TRUE
E) Daniel doesn’t think the park is full of rubbish. FALSE
F) Alison wants to clean up the playground so she can use it again. FALSE
G) Daniel will be at football practice for a couple of hours. NOT STATED

Daniel: Hi Alison, are you all set for the neighbourhood clean-up this weekend?

Alison: I think so. Mum and I are in charge of picking up rubbish. We bought some supplies this morning. I think we just need rubbish bags now. We’ve got the other things, like gloves and refreshments for everyone.

Daniel: Very cool. My dad and I won’t be in your team, but we’re going to clean graffiti off walls and signs, so we’ve got paint remover and rags for scrubbing.

Alison: That’s a good idea. I was wondering about posters and how to remove them. Some of them have been up for ages and really need to come down!

Daniel: Yes, we’ve got a tool for that, to scrape the posters off. I’ll bring it. Then I think it’s a matter of using soap and a tough sponge to get the glue off. Maybe you and your mum could do that as well.

Alison: Actually, I’ll talk to my friend Victoria about that, because she’s going to lend a hand. That can be a job for her.

Daniel: OK. Roger and his mum are doing a bit of gardening. They’ve arranged with the council to plant flowers and bushes in the bare parts round the pavement. There’s nothing there now but dirt, and maybe a bit of rubbish.

Alison: Well, the rubbish is our job, my mum and I!

Daniel: I think that’s going to be fairly simple to do on the streets. They’re not terribly cluttered. But the park is covered in litter. That’ll be a lot of work.

Alison: I know. It’s so sad. I remember playing in that park when we were kids. None of the younger kids use it nowadays because it’s a mess. Remember that playground we used to visit? That was great fun. We’re a bit old for it now, of course, but I want to make it nice for the little kids.

Daniel: Me too. A lot of kids go to the amusement park now. But anyway, we’ll clean it up and then maybe someone will come along and use it again.

Alison: Well, I’ll see you this weekend. We’re planning on getting started around noon. What about you?

Daniel: We’ll be there earlier than that. I’ve got football practice at 2, so I’ll only see you for a couple of hours.

Alison: OK. Looking forward to it!

Задание 7 на диалог и утверждения

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A) A lot of people went to Michaels photography exhibition.
B) Michael has paid for lessons in photography.
C) Michael is not fond of colour photography.
D) Denise doesn’t know how to use the camera on her phone.
E) Michael uses a camera phone to take a lot of photos.
F) Michael’s mum has stopped using traditional film.
G) Michael’s mum wants him to learn how to develop photos from film.

A) A lot of people went to Michaels photography exhibition. TRUE
B) Michael has paid for lessons in photography. FALSE
C) Michael is not fond of colour photography. TRUE
D) Denise doesn’t know how to use the camera on her phone. FALSE
E) Michael uses a camera phone to take a lot of photos. NOT STATED
F) Michael’s mum has stopped using traditional film. TRUE
G) Michael’s mum wants him to learn how to develop photos from film. NOT STATED

Denise: Hi Michael, how did your photography exhibition go the other day?

Michael: It went very well, thanks Denise. I wasn’t sure how it was going to go. The weather forecast was for rain, so I didn’t think many people would bother to show up. Turns out I was wrong! The exhibition was really popular.

Denise: Well, your exhibit was very nice. I didn’t realise how talented you are. You’ve really got an eye.

Michael: Thanks. Well, you know, my mum’s a photographer, so I guess it runs in the family. I was lucky because she taught me a lot of techniques. Maybe one day I’ll take a class in it.

Denise: I’m not sure you would need to! Is all your work in black and white, or do you do colour photography?

Michael: I’ve done a little bit of both, but my colour photos aren’t really my favourite. I think the black and white ones are a bit more artistic, so I prefer to take those.

Denise: Well, the only camera I’ve got is on my mobile. I know how to snap a photo and I can change some of the settings, but that’s the extent of my photography expertise. It’s actually quite sophisticated, my camera phone. I should really learn more about how to use it.

Michael: Camera phones these days are really outstanding. You can take amazing pictures with them.

Denise: Yes, and I like them because you can delete bad photos and it doesn’t waste film. Is our camera digital?

Michael: It is, yes. I use it for the same reason you mention. My mum has been using a digital one as well recently, but she used traditional film for years. She’s even got a dark room in the back of the house that she used to use to develop her photos. I think she misses using it.

Denise: That would be a cool thing to learn how to do, to develop photos from film.

Michael: I’ve seen my mum do it, but I couldn’t tell you how to do it myself. I’ll stick with digital for now. It certainly makes things a lot quicker!

Denise: Well, keep up the good work! Your photos are great. I’m off to class, let’s talk later.

Michael: OK, see you, Denise.

Задание 8 на диалог и утверждения

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A) Darren got his back support band from the hospital.
B) Darren went to hospital in an ambulance.
C) Darren has never had a back problem from lifting things before
D) Sonias uncle takes medication for his back problem.
E) Darren doesn’t intend to lift heavy objects again.
F) Sonia suggests using a different part of the body to lift things.
G) Darren thinks his excuse for hurting his back was reasonable.

A) Darren got his back support band from the hospital. FALSE
B) Darren went to hospital in an ambulance. FALSE
C) Darren has never had a back problem from lifting things before. TRUE
D) Sonias uncle takes medication for his back problem. NOT STATED
E) Darren doesn’t intend to lift heavy objects again. TRUE
F) Sonia suggests using a different part of the body to lift things. TRUE
G) Darren thinks his excuse for hurting his back was reasonable. FALSE

Sonia: Hi Darren, I heard you’ve hurt your back. Are you alright?

Darren: Hi Sonia, yes, I am. I hurt it lifting some boxes. I was helping a friend move, and I guess the box was just too heavy. So now I have to wear this support band round my waist. The hospital recommended I wear one for a while, so I went to the chemist’s and picked one up.

Sonia: Oh dear. It must be very painful.

Darren: It was when it happened. I mean, I couldn’t even move for a few minutes. My friend helped me to a chair and then after the pain got a little better, his dad took me to the hospital. At first, I thought we were going to have to call an ambulance.

Sonia: Did you break anything? Surely not.

Darren: No no, I just pulled a muscle. The doctor did an x-ray and nothing wrong showed up. I’ve actually had back problems before, although not from lifting things. Just from general activity, playing sport, things like that.

Sonia: Maybe you just have a bad back. My uncle has, and he’s had it for years. He does a lot of stretching, which seems to help with the pain. He thought about having surgery, but that’s very painful, too.

Darren: Well, I certainly want to avoid that. I think it’s safe to say I won’t be lifting anything heavy any more.

Sonia: Well, that’s probably a good idea in your case, but occasionally we have to do things like that. It’s important to know how to do it properly -you should use your legs to lift, not your back.

Darren: Yes, I know, but I didn’t do that. the. other day. I was in a hurry to get the moving done so I could get home and watch my favourite TV programme.

Sonia: No! Don’t say that! You must have a better reason for putting your back out!

Darren: I know, it’s awful, isn’t it, but its the truth! Look, all I can say is that it’s never going to happen again. I’ve learned my lesson, which is that there is no good reason for putting your back out.

Sonia: Well that’s good. So, take it easy and get lots of rest. Hope it’s better soon.

Darren: Thanks, Sonia. See you later.