ОГЭ по английскому, пробный тест 1

Если вы интересуетесь экзаменом под названием ОГЭ по английскому языку, т.е. основным государственным экзаменом для выпускников 9-х классов, то, возможно, захотите попробовать свои силы и пройти пробный тест. Мы предлагаем вам контрольные материалы для оценки навыков аудирования, чтения, а также употребления в речи лексики и грамматики. Ответы даны сразу после заданий под спойлерами.



Вы услышите четыре коротких диалога (А, В, С, D). Определите, где происходит каждый из этих диалогов. Используйте каждое место действия из списка 1-5 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее место действия.

Play Аудирование, задание 1

1. In a tourist information centre
2. In a theatre
3. In a newsagents
4. At a train station
5. At a sports centre


A – 5
B – 1
C – 3
D – 2

Dialogue A
A: That was an interesting game, wasn’t it?
R: It really was! Well done! To be honest, I didn’t think you were going to win at first.
A: I know! Neither did I. I think I was quite lucky.
B: No, you played very well. Anyway, you go and have a shower and change and I’ll see you outside in a few minutes.

Dialogue В
A: Excuse me – I’d like some information about tours of the city.
B: Certainly, I can help you with that. There are three different buses offering trips round the centre.
A: Do you know where they leave from?
B: Yes – two of them leave from the museum, and one leaves from the park.
A: Could you show me on the map, please?

Dialogue С
A: Excuse me. Have you got this month’s issue of Music for Teens?
B: Yes, I think so. I think it came in this morning. Let me just check. Yes, here it is.
A: Great! How much is that, please?
B: I’m afraid its two pounds fifty. Magazines just seem to get more and more expensive each month, don’t they?

Dialogue D
A: Have you got the tickets with you, Henry? They need to check them before we go to our seats.
B: Yes, I’ve got them here. I’m really looking forward to the show, aren’t you?
A: Yes, I can’t wait! I just hope we can see. I hate it when you’re sitting so far back that you can’t see anything that’s happening on stage.
B: Well, the tickets weren’t cheap, so I hope we can see OK!


Вы услышите пять высказываний (A, B, C, D, E). Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего и утверждениями, данными в списке 1-6. Используйте каждое утверждение из списка 1-6 только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение.

Play Аудирование, задание 2

1. The speaker talks about how its easy to get music.
2. The speaker explains that he/she has a future in music.
3. The speaker talks about the complete lack of good music.
4. The speaker describes something that will probably disappear.
5. The speaker explains when and where he/she likes to hear music.
6. The speaker describes two different styles of music.


A – 5
B – 1
C – 6
D – 2
E – 4

Speaker A
I love going to outdoor concerts, especially during the summer months, in the evening, just before the suns gone down and the temperature starts to cool a bit. It’s a great way to relax, listen to music and enjoy yourself. You can even dance and move around a bit if you like. If you’re lucky, you’ll find a nice patch of grass where you can sit down for a while and sip on some refreshing drinks with friends. Who wouldn’t like that?

Speaker В
I’m a huge fan of the digital music revolution. I love being able to download any song I want and listen to it on a device that fits in my pocket. There’s no end to what kind of music you can get in this format, because it seems like nearly every tune ever made has been put into this computerised form. I also like the fact that you can buy just one song, and not an entire album. That’s less expensive, in my opinion.

Speaker С
I think music’s changed quite a lot since my parents’ day. Nowadays, I think there’s a lot of electronic instruments in use, and that’s kind of disappointing. I’ve listened to a few of my mums old records, and I like the real guitars and drums without the electronic sound. I like the real voices too, not ones that have been changed digitally. I think there’s quite a lot of real music out there these days, but there’s also lots of competition from pop bands and so on.

Speaker D
I’ve been playing in a band for a couple of years now. I can’t say I’m ready to quit my job to become a full-time musician, but I think my band mates and I have got a good thing going on. We’ve almost got enough music to put an album together, and then we’re going to try and save up enough money to record it. It’s expensive, being a musician, but if we make it big, money won’t be a problem any more.

Speaker E
I think record shops will become a thing of the past. I realise it’s much more convenient to buy digital music, and I’m not against that. But I miss hanging out in a record shop, looking at all the album covers, running into people you know who love music also. It was a social thing. Sure, there are still some record shops around, but I imagine they’re having a tough time. I feel sorry for them!


Вы услышите разговор двух друзей. В заданиях 1-6 обведите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Play Аудирование, задание 3

1. Last Saturday, Greg’s team

1) had a great game.
2) were not able to play.
3) did not do very well.

2. Greg had wanted to go to a Carlton United game with

1) Denise.
2) Denises friends.
3) the players in his team.

3. Greg will get a ticket

1) from Denises friend.
2) from his dad.
3) on his own.

4. Denise is travelling to the match

1) in her sister’s car.
2) in her dads car.
3) with Harry and Paula.

5. They’re leaving at two o’clock to

1) get there early.
2) arrive on time.
3) pick up friends.

6. Greg’s mother

1) might drive him to Denise’s house.
2) will definitely drive him to Denise’s house.
3) can’t drive him to Denise’s house.


1 – 3
2 – 3
3 – 1
4 – 1
5 – 2
6 – 1

Denise: How’s it going, Greg? I heard about your football match last Saturday. What happened?

Greg: Hi, Denise. Yeah, it wasn’t such a great game. It was freezing cold and I wasn’t really in the mood to play.

Denise: Yeah, I thought that might have something to do with it.

Greg: Well, really, I think we just weren’t prepared. Some guys had missed practice a few times.

Denise: Don’t worry, there are plenty of other matches coming up. Speaking of football, I’m going with some friends to a Carlton United match on Sunday. Would you like to come?

Greg: That would be great! Actually, my team-mates were talking about going, but they weren’t sure if they could make it.

Denise: Oh really? Because of football practice?

Greg: No, I think some of them have other plans that they’d like to get out of I told them I’d like to go with them if they went, but I don’t think they’d mind if I went with you.

Denise: Well, were definitely going. We’ve already bought tickets.

Greg: Sounds like a good plan. I’ll call my dad and see if he can get me a ticket.

Denise: Actually, one of my friends can’t go. You could have his ticket if you like.

Greg: Oh, I see. Sure! I can pay him for it. How will you get to the game?

Denise: We’re taking two cars. My sister can take us in her car, and my dad will take my other friends in his car. Its Harry and Paula that are going.

Greg: Oh, great! Paula’s in my History class. I don’t know Harry so well, actually, but he seems nice.

Denise: OK, so were leaving at 2 on Sunday. That gives us enough time to get there. I hope that’s not too early for you.

Greg: No, not at all. I can get my mum to drop me off at your house, actually.

Denise: There’s no need for that. Well come and get you.

Greg: Are you sure? I don’t mind at all.

Denise: No, no. Actually, I think your house is on the way out of town, isn’t it?

Greg: No, it’s on the other side of the school.

Denise: I see. Perhaps it is better if you come to our house. Rut Vll ask my sister – maybe she won’t mind.

Greg: Let me know when you can.

Denise: I’m glad you can make it. We’re going to have a great time!

Greg: Yeah, I’m looking forward to it!



Прочитайте тексты и установите соответствие между текстами A-G и заголовками 1-8. Запишите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании есть один лишний заголовок.

1. The inhabitants of Bath
2. Tourism in Bath
3. Bath’s architecture
4. Climate in Bath
5. Location in the UK
6. The geography of Bath
7. Culture and the arts
8. Bath’s ancient history

Bath is a world famous city known for its thermal baths, which are a major tourist attraction. The city is situated in the southwest of England, near the country’s west coast and about 150 kilometres from London. Bath is in the area of England that is known as Somerset, a county bordered on the north by the Bristol Channel.

The baths for which Bath is known were built around the year 60. It was the Romans who established the city as a spa. They did so about 20 years after they arrived in England. They constructed the baths, along with a temple, on a hillside near hot springs. Over the next 300 years, structures would be added to the baths, making them grander.

Over the years, Bath slowly became an important city. Wealthy people began moving there in the 1500s. In 1767, construction began on the Royal Crescent, a group of buildings that form a semicircle and look out onto a park. The buildings were constructed in the Georgian style. Afterward, more buildings were built in the same style, giving Bath the character it has today.

Bath is situated in the Avon Valley. The city is built on and surrounded by hills, which have a maximum height of 238 metres. The valley, which is about 18 metres above sea level, runs through the city centre. Ihe River Avon runs through this area, and because it is a low-lying area, the city sometimes suffers from floods during rainy seasons.

Presently, there are just over 80,000 people living in the city itself. The greater region of Bath, which includes nearby parts of Somerset, has a total population of around 160,000. The majority of people living in Bath are of English birth, with just under 3% of people being from places outside the UK. A resident of Bath is known as a Bathonian.

As it is located in the southwest of England, Bath generally has winters that are warmer than other parts of the country. Its summers are usually cool and rainy, and the temperature doesn’t go much over 20°Celsius. Average rainfall is 700 millimetres, which is spread out evenly throughout the seasons. Its windiest period is in the winter, while summers tend to have light breezes.

The city of Bath has five theatres, and performances are put on by both national and international companies. There are also important concerts that take place in Bath, as well as literature and film festivals. One such festival decides who in Bath is that years greatest poet, singer or storyteller. These various events attract thousands of people to the city.


A – 5
B – 8
C – 3
D – 6
E – 1
F – 4
G – 7


Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений 1-8 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated).

In the autumn of 1900, a team of Greek sponge divers were returning from the coast of Africa. A dangerous storm started, which forced them to take shelter near the small Greek island of Antikythera. While the crew waited for the storm to pass, the captain of the boat sent one of his divers to search the seabed for sponges.
The diver, Elias Stadiatis, discovered the remains of a 2,000-year-old shipwreck at the bottom of the sea, 60 metres below. When he returned to the surface, he was so excited about what he’d found that the captain thought he had been affected by too much carbon dioxide. But when the captain himself went down to take a look, he saw that his crewman really had found ancient treasures. He immediately told the Greek authorities, and the sponge divers, with the assistance of the Greek navy, began to recover the wonderful things.
In the following months, using only very basic diving equipment, the divers managed to bring to the surface an amazing number of ancient artefacts, including bronze and marble statues, delicate glassware and gold jewellery. All of this had remained undisturbed for nearly two thousand years. The operation only stopped because conditions became too dangerous to continue.
One of the items that was discovered was a piece of bronze. It was in such poor condition that no one was sure what it was. One archaeologist suggested that it was some kind of clockwork mechanism, but no one believed him and it was put away for storage in a museum. It was nearly fifty years before anyone else took any interest in the item.
In 1951, a British scientist called Derek Price began to investigate the item. He discovered that it contained a complex gear mechanism and suggested that it was used to make calculations about the position of planets. It is regarded as the world’s first example of an analog computer. Today, it is world famous, and is known as ‘the Antikythera mechanism’. Before the discovery of this mechanism, it was believed that no complex clockwork machines had been invented until the 14th century. Scientists continue to investigate just how it was used.
The site of the shipwreck continues to fascinate modern archaeologists, who are keen to make further diving expeditions in the area. But diving in dangerous waters at depths of between sixty and seventy metres is expensive and difficult, so there have been only a few expeditions over the last hundred years or so. If it’s difficult now, just think how much harder it was for a team of Greek divers over a hundred years ago.

1. The storm made the divers stop while on their way back to Africa.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

2. Elias Stadiatis was the best diver on the boat.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

3. Sailors helped the sponge divers collect the treasures.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

4. Some of the divers were injured while diving.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

5. One of the discoveries from the shipwreck was ignored for many years.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

6. The mechanism changed ideas about the history of clockwork machines.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

7. Scientists have stopped studying the Antikythera mechanism.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

8. No one has explored the shipwreck site for about a century.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

1 – False
2 – Not stated
3 – True
4 – Not stated
5 – True
6 – True
7 – False
8 – False



Преобразуйте слова таким образом, чтобы они грамматически и по смыслу подходили к контексту.

Amy was clothes shopping. She was trying on new outfits when her mobile phone suddenly (RING).

It was her friend Adam. He wanted to know if she needed any help (STUDY) for their history test.

‘Yes, please!’ said Amy. ‘I (DO) badly in the last test, so I really want to impress Mrs Sanders this time.’

They arranged to meet at Adams house at seven o’clock. ‘I can’t find my history notes, so remember to bring (YOU),’ said Adam.

At eight o’clock, Amy still (NOT ARRIVE). Adam was not happy.

‘I can’t wait any (LONG) he thought to himself. ‘I’ll have to get the notes from someone else.’

He was just about to call his friend Tom when he heard a couple of (WOMAN) voices outside. It was Amy and an older woman.

Adam opened the door. ‘Hi Adam,’ said Amy. ‘Sorry I’m a few minutes late. The bad news is that I (LOOSE) my history notes too.’

Amy smiled. ‘But don’t worry because this is a good friend of (ME) – and she’s a history teacher!’

ring – rang
study – studying
do – did
you – yours
arrive – had not arrived
long – longer
woman – women’s
loose – have lost / lost
my – mine


The Cyrillic alphabet is the alphabet used in Russian text. It is one of the most (WIDE) used alphabets in the world.

The alphabet is used in (VARY) languages, including Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian and Ukrainian.

It began in the (TEN) century in the Bulgarian Empire. It was created by two Greek brothers, Cyril and Methodius.

It was formed from the Greek alphabet, although there are many (DIFFER) between the two.

Some people would like the alphabet to be called the Russian alphabet, to refer to Russia, just as the Greek alphabet refers to Greece. They (AGREE) with the name Cyrillic.

wide – widely
vary – various
ten – tenth
differ – differences
agree – disagree