Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A-F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.
1. The speaker prefers not to be alone.
2. The speaker has special plan for preparation.
3. The speaker never learns unknown material.
4. The speaker writes the notes for exam.
5. The speaker prefers studying at late time.
6. The speaker memorises the materials after pronouncing them.
7. The speaker usually feels hungry.
A – 5
B – 6
C – 1
D – 7
E – 2
F – 3
Speaker A: I only study for half an hour at a time. I often have a break so I don’t get tired. Sometimes I lie down; sometimes I sit in an armchair or sit at a table. I stop for ten minutes to relax my brain. The best time for me to study is between noon and 11 p.m. Learning at this time is more exciting and useful. The day before an exam I stop learning at 5 p.m. Then I watch TV and try not to think about the exam. I go to bed early and have at least nine hours’ sleep. It’s enough to feed my brain.
Speaker B: I don’t study regularly and leave a lot to study at the end of the term. I usually lie on my bed or walk up and down my room. After reading an article, I repeat it aloud; it helps me to keep information in my memory. I must be alone and I prefer listening to the radio because I need to hear some noise in the background. I can’t study for more than two hours.
Speaker С: I don’t usually study much during the school year. I’m rather lazy student and I study hard only about one week before the exams. I wake up at about 9 a.m., have breakfast, have a shower and start studying. I usually sit on a sofa and read my materials. The best way to study is with someone you know, for example, with a classmate. We can test each other and explain something what one of us knows better.
Speaker D: When I study for an exam, I need to be alone in my room. I often listen to music when I study but the music is quiet — it’s just in the background. I read the text again and again and after a few minutes I tell myself what I can remember. I can memorise for a maximum of two hours then I should have a break and snake something. I eat a lot before exams because I’m nervous. I can’t overcome my habit.
Speaker E: When I know the dates of my exams, I make a study timetable and put it up on my wall at home. It helps me to concentrate and organize myself.Then started: this is the most difficult part. I use all my time. If I arrive home from school half before dinner, I use that time for study. In a week I’ll do two and half hours then I can have an evening free for relaxation.
Speaker F: It doesn’t matter how you study before, the most important for me is the day of my exam. I look through all my exam papers and try to answer the questions. I don’t try to learn anything new the night before an exam. I make sure that I have everything I need for the exams: pens, pencils and etc. On the exam day I have a good breakfast and walk to school. I concentrate and stay calm, only this way I can show what I know.