На этой странице представлены задания на аудирование, которые предполагают прослушивание диалогов и ответы на вопросы к ним. Данный вид теста является одним из заданий на аудирование в ОГЭ по английскому языку.
Задание 1 на диалог и вопросы к нему
Вы услышите разговор двух друзей Клэр и Винсента, которые только что посмотрели пьесу. Выберите правильный ответ на нижеследующие вопросы. Вы услышите запись дважды.
1) What did Claire like about the play?
1. the conversation
2. the set and costumes
3. the plot
2) Vincent thinks the plot is…
3. well developed
3) What was Claire surprised by?
1. how the play ended
2. how good the lead actress was
3. how slow-paced the story was
4) What type of play did they see?
1. an old classic
2. a comedy
3. a tragedy
1) – 2
2) – 2
3) – 1
4) – 3
Claire: Oh. I’m glad that’s over. It honestly wasn’t my kind of thing. All that melodrama and boring dining table conversation.
Vincent: Really? You must have completely different taste from me. It had me on the edge of my seat.
Claire: Look, the set and costumes were amazing, I’ll give you that. It really transported you back into the 19th century. But the plot was awfully predictable.
Vincent: Oh come on! The story had some very unexpected twists and turns. I thought the lead actress… What’s her name – Vera Styles, is very talented, too. You could see she had really immersed herself in the part and her character was well developed. I think the director did a fine job.
Claire: You’re right about the lead actress: she played her part very well. But that’s about all you can say. The story was just so slow-paced. It was enough to make you fall asleep at some parts.
Vincent: Well, I’d have to disagree with you. And I thought the ending was a great surprise, when the real murderer was revealed.
Claire: Yes, I suppose that was a bit of a surprise ….
Vincent: Besides, it was also about the characters and what they felt. A play wasn’t just about the story, you know…
Claire: That’s just the point. I found it much too sentimental and corny. When I go to the theatre I want to have a good laugh. Perhaps I just don’t get these tragedies.
Vincent: Well, I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy it. Next time let’s try a comedy.
Claire: Yeah, you know we both get on better with those!
Vincent: Ok, The 39 Steps is playing at the Windmill Theatre next month; it’s a comedy version of the old classic. Do you fancy going?
Claire: Definitely! That would be great. I always like remakes, and if it’s comedy, even better!
Vincent: Right. I’ll book tickets, then.
Задание 2 на диалог и вопросы к нему
Вы услышите разговор двух друзей Шэрон и Райэна о боулинге. Выберите правильный ответ на нижеследующие вопросы. Вы услышите запись дважды.
1) Sheron met Derek:
1. on her way to a shop to buy groceries
2. on her way home
3. driving carefully
2) Sheron thinks that Derek:
1. is funny
2. doesn’t like that grumpy Mr Bryant
3. lacks a great sense of humour
3) What has Sharon invited Derek to?
1. a game night
2. a bowling night
3. a talent night
4) Who has seen Derek play?
1. a star player
3. Sharon’s co-worker
1) – 2
2) – 1
3) – 2
4) – 3
Sharon: So, have you met the new neighbours yet?
Ryan: Yes, I met them last night. They seem friendly enough.
Sharon: Have you met their eldest son? His name’s Derek.
Ryan: No, I haven’t. What’s he like?
Sharon: Well. I only met him briefly. He was very pleasant – even offered to drive me home with my groceries.
Ryan: That was very polite. We could do with a few decent neighbours.
Sharon: Yeah, not like that grumpy Mr Bryant next door. He’s so rude.
Ryan: Anyway you didn’t tell me much about Derek, only that he’s pleasant …
Sharon: Yes, and he had such a great sense of humour. I’ve invited him to our bowling night on Friday, if that’s OK with you.
Ryan: Yes, sure. We could do with some extra talent on our team, we haven’t won a game for a month.
Sharon: I know. Tony does his best… But honestly, he can’t get the ball to roll straight, let alone knock the pins down!
Ryan: Mmm.. Our problem started when Andy left the team.
Sharon: Yes, it’s a shame he had to move away. The Northampton team are very lucky to have him.
Ryan: True. Our loss is their gain, as they say. Has Derek ever been bowling before, by the way?
Sharon: As a matter of fact he used to bowl for another team in Nottingham where he lived. Apparently he’s very good.
Ryan: Really? How do you know?
Sharon: There’s a girl at work who’s from Nottingham. She’s seen Derek play there.
Ryan: A star player at last! So we stand a chance of actually getting a good score. I wonder if he’s as good as Andy!
Sharon: Let’s hope so. Do you know which team we’re playing on Friday night?
Ryan: No, but we got the programme here. Let’s have a look. It’s the Nottingham All Stars.
Sharon: What? That might be Derek’s old team. Let’s go and ask him.
Задание 3 на диалог и вопросы к нему
Вы услышите разговор двух друзей Шейлы и Пола о благотворительном забеге. Выберите правильный ответ на нижеследующие вопросы. Вы услышите запись дважды.
1) What’s Sheila doing on Saturday?
1. is collecting money for a race
2. is organizing a race
3. taking part in a race
2) Who is trying to raise money?
1. Sheila’s school
2. Sheila’s friends
3. professional athletes
3) All runners are:
1. professional athlete
2. people who go for a sporty look
3. everyone who wants to learn running
4) In the evening, Sheila:
1. doesn’t know if she can go to the cinema
2. doesn’t want to go to the cinema
3. invites Paul to the cinema
1) – 3
2) – 1
3) – 2
4) – 1
Paul: Hi, Sheila. What have you been up to lately?
Sheila: Hello, Paul, I haven’t seen you for ages. Nothing much, actually …
Paul: Me neither. Too busy studying for exams.
Sheila: Yeah, thank goodness they’re over at the end of this week!
Paul: If you’re interested, there’s a good film on at The Rex on Saturday. Do you fancy going?
Sheila: Sorry. Paul, but I’ll be busy then. I’m going on a fun run.
Paul: A fun run? What’s that?
Sheila: You know, it’s a race to raise money for a good cause.
Paul: I see. Who are you going with?
Sheila: Actually, my school is organising it. Quite a few of my classmates are taking part. Why don’t you come along?
Paul: Well, that depends. How long is it?
Sheila: Only 5 kilometres. You don’t need to be a professional athlete, just be reasonably fit, if you feel tired you can stop for a rest.
Paul: Well, that’s a relief! You know I’m not that good at running. What’s the charity for?
Sheila: We’re соllecting money for an African wild animal fund.
Paul: Oh, right. Our school has been collecting for ‘Save the Dolphin’. We didn’t think of a fun run, though.
Sheila: So. Are you coming on Saturday, then?
Paul: Count me in!
Sheila: OK, see you at the school at 9 o’clock sharp.
Paul: If it’s that early, we could still go to the Rex, couldn’t we?
Sheila: That depends on how exhausted you’ll be in the evening!
Paul: OK, we’ll see how we feel. What shall I wear, by the way, shorts and a T shirt?
Sheila: Yes. And there’s a prize of a new pair of trainers for the runner with the coolest T-shirt.
Paul: Great! My T-shirt with the gorilla on the front will be just the thing!
Sheila: Don’t forget to wear a sweatband, it gets pretty hot when you’re running and you don’t want the sweat dropping into your eyes.
Paul: Sheila, you think of everything.. But I haven’t got a sweatband.
Sheila: I’m sure I can find you one of mine – I might even have one with giraffes on it to go with your T-shirt.