ОГЭ по английскому, пробный тест 2

Здесь находится второй пробный тест ОГЭ по английскому языку. Напоминаем, что ОГЭ (основной государственный экзамен) – экзамен, который сдается выпускниками 9-х классов школ, лицеев, гимназий. Вы можете попробовать свои силы, выполнив задания, данные ниже.



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 cafe
2. In the classroom
3. At the airport
4. In the theatre
5. In a shop


A – 3
B – 5
C – 2
D – 4

Dialogue A
A: Hi! Here you are at last! How was the flight?
B: Fine, thanks!
A: And where are your bags? Haven’t you collected them at the baggage reclaim yet?
B: This shoulder bag is everything I’ve got. I never drag heavy suitcases with me.
A: Very smart. Shall we go then? My car is at the parking lot.

Dialogue В
A: Excuse me, have you got this bag in beige or brown?
B: Let me see. No, unfortunately not. We have this model in white, olive and red. Have a look at the white one. It looks very elegant.
A: Yes, it does. But I need something more casual and practical. I need it for university and everything.
B: What do you say to this model then? It wears very well, you can put a lot inside and it looks trendy at that.

Dialogue С
A: Hey, can you see what’s written on the board next to the word “Ted”?
B: Hughes. H-u-g-h-e-s. Ted Hughes was an influential poet of the 20th century.
A: Is he? Never heard of him.
B: You would have if you hadn’t missed so many classes of English Literature. Where are your glasses by the way?
A: I think I’ve forgotten them. Oh, no! Here they are in my bag. Now everything is fine and I can see everything very well. Are we going to write an essay about that Tom?! Oh, no!

Dialogue D
A: What’s this noise about? You’re not letting anyone watch the play.
B: Sorry, but I need to text a friend. Its really urgent.
A: Don’t you know that mobiles have to be off during the performance?
В: I do. Why are you fussing about it so much? After all, it was you who talked me into coming here. And I really think that the play is boring. By the way, is it a drama or a comedy?
A: Shhhh! And put the mobile back in your bag!


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 describes the advantages of public transport.
2. The speaker believes that people should use personal cars less.
3. The speaker explains why a personal car is a necessity for him / her.
4. The speaker believes there should be only one personal car per family.
5. The speaker explains why he / she does very well without a personal car.
6. The speaker says that cars have made him / her change his / her lifestyle


A – 2
B – 6
C – 3
D – 5
E – 1

Speaker A
Environmental problems are important today. People in big cities suffer from pollution but it’s partially their own fault as their cars produce huge amounts of carbon dioxide which is the main cause of pollution. The number of personal cars is rising and when they get stuck in traffic Jams, the amount of gases increases several times. People will experience problems until they learn to care more about the environment than their own comfort.

Speaker В
I’ve lived all my life in the city centre and I’ve always enjoyed the city lifestyle. However, now I’m considering moving to the countryside. It’s a difficult decision but my son has started to fall ill too often. The doctors say that the polluted environment is the main reason. We live in one of the busiest streets. The traffic is very heavy there and there are often huge traffic jams. The doctors strongly recommend that we move to a healthier place.

Speaker С
I live in the suburbs. We moved there several years ago as the houses are much cheaper there than in the city centre. However I don’t want to change my job so I have to commute to the centre five days a week. A personal car is a must for me. Fortunately, my children’s school is on the way to the office and I drive them there every morning. When the classes are over, my wife drives them home — she can’t do without her car either.

Speaker D
I live in the city centre, in a historical house. I like the place very much and would never move anywhere else. Neither me nor my neighbours drive personal cars — there’s no need as living in the centre is very convenient: it takes me only fifteen minutes by bus to get to work. There are good shops and supermarkets nearby. And when I go out in the evening, I don’t have to bother about where to park my car. Life is easier on foot.

Speaker E
I believe that city dwellers should use personal cars less if they want the environment to be healthy. I never use my car if I can get to the place by bus or train. Trains and buses come and go according to the schedule and I’m never late to work or appointments. Also, buses go along special routes and escape traffic jams. I also enjoy reading on a bus or looking through the window — it’s relaxing.


Вы услышите беседу школьного доктора и пациентки. В заданиях 1-6 обведите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.

Play Аудирование, задание 3

1. Jennifer first started to feel the symptoms of her illness

1) before leaving for school.
2) in her morning class.
3) after her PE class.

2. The doctor says that Jennifer’s blood pressure

1) too low.
2) normal.
3) too high.

3. Jennifer did without breakfast because

1) she was going to be late for school.
2) she was feeling unwell.
3) she never eats breakfast.

4. Jennifer’s diet is

1) healthy.
2) low-calorie.
3) protein rich.

5. The doctor insists that they should test Jennifer’s

1) heart.
2) stomach.
3) kidney.

6. The doctor suggests that

1) Jennifer makes an appointment herself.
2) he makes an appointment for Jennifer.
3) Jennifer calls him the next day.


1 – 1
2 – 1
3 – 3
4 – 2
5 – 2
6 – 2

Doctor: Well…, you’re Jennifer Black, aren’t you? The sixth form?

Jennifer: Yes, Doctor, it’s me.

Doctor: Your teacher said you suddenly fell ill in the PE lesson. What exactly happened?

Jennifer: To tell the truth, I’ve been feeling unwell all morning. When I tried to get up I felt very weak and stayed in bed for an extra fifteen minutes to cope with the weakness and the pain in my stomach. I was nearly late for the first class because of that.

Doctor: OK, but during the PE class… did you do any tiring exercises? Too much running or any difficult exercises?

Jennifer: No, not really! We did some aerobics and played volleyball. I felt sick during the game and nearly fainted. .

Doctor: OK, let me take your blood pressure. …Well, it could be higher… You are feeling weak because of a drop in your blood pressure. Don’t worry — it can be easily raised with a cup of strong sweet tea. What did you have for breakfast, Jenny?

Jennifer: I didn’t have any breakfast actually.

Doctor: Was it because you were going to be late for school? Did you skip breakfast as you didn’t have time for it?

Jennifer: No, it’s not that. I don’t normally eat breakfast because I want to lose weight. I want to be slimmer.

Doctor: Yes, I see. Can you describe in detail what you usually eat during the day? How many meals do you have? Lunch? Dinner? Supper?

Jennifer: One. At about 4 o’clock… I don’t know what to call it. I have a glass of juice and some salad, and a yogurt. Sometimes I skip the yogurt.

Doctor: Look here, Jenny, can’t you understand that you are ruining your body? This dieting will end up in an eating disorder, which will cause serious stomachaches, which you mentioned you’ve already been having, heart problems, kidney problems… You may become an easy target for any infection or disease. For now, I strongly recommend the medical examination called endoscopy. You’ll swallow a small flexible camera, so we will be able to see your stomach from inside.

Jennifer: No-o-o…

Doctor: We’ll have to, unfortunately. I’ll call the hospital and make an appointment for you. And I’ll let you know about the exact date and time tomorrow, OK?

Jennifer: OK. Will you call me?

Doctor: It would be better if you drop in. I want to check your blood pressure just to be sure. And now we are going to design your new diet. You must follow 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. How flash mobs are prepared
2. What the performers did
3. Who can join the movement
4. Where the action took place and who took part in it
5. Why flash mob events are arranged
6. What peoples attitude is
7. What a flash mob is
8. What the word means

A) It was a nice spring day. The city center looked busy: cars sped by and people hurried across the square in front of an impressive bank building. There were business people, couriers, tourists and lots of clerks. There were probably too many clerks. And they kept coming from the adjoining streets and side streets. They were young and seemed strikingly similar — all of them were wearing black trousers and white shirts with a little daisy pinned to their black ties.

B) All of a sudden the people in office uniform stood still, facing the bank. They paid no attention to other passersby bumping into them. Something weird was going on but nobody could say what exactly was wrong. And… the clerks started to dance. They danced to the music nobody could hear — that looked odd but captivating. The strange performance lasted for only a minute, after which all the black-and-white clerks rearranged their ties and instantly dispersed. The square was spotted with daisies.

C) The new phenomenon when lots of people get together in a public place and perform some action is called a flash mob. The participants may dance or perform mock fighting or put up similar umbrellas on a bright cloudless day and pretend they are hiding from the rain or something else. The performance is very brief — it lasts only one or two minutes. Then the flash mobbers disperse, as if nothing has been happening, leaving the passersby surprised and puzzled.

D) To surprise and puzzle is probable the main aim of the flash mobbers. It’s difficult to find another motivation for their actions which often seem pointless and strange. Unlike demonstrators or protestors, flash mobbers do not demand anything. They don’t get violent and they don’t normally have any problems with the police, though the latter don’t approve of flash mobbers as, in their opinion, crowds are potentially dangerous whatever their intentions are.

E) Like the phenomenon itself the word flash mob is very young but it has already been included in all contemporary dictionaries. It is formed with two words: flash, which means a bright light that shines for a short time and then stops shining, and mob — a crowd of people. The two words joined together connote the brisk and striking character of the action performed by those who at first looked like a simple crowd of people.

F) It’s difficult, however, to call them a simple crowd — flash mobbers are well-organized. The information about the coming flash mob spreads via the internet and mobiles — modern technology like blogs and social nets makes instant information exchange very easy. The place and the time of the coming flash mob event are usually kept secret till the very last moment. The participants are informed by text messages where they should head to and it’s amazing how quickly they get together.

G) Most people who have witnessed a flash mob say that they felt surprised and puzzled, but when the brief event was over, they started feeling more cheerful and relaxed than before the action. One of probable reasons is that people always welcome some unexpected event that makes their life less monotonous and ordinary. It’s important that flash mobbers sustain their positive image and never allow any violent behaviour to spoil it.


A – 4
B – 2
C – 7
D – 5
E – 8
F – 1
G – 6


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).

My names Marta and I am from Poland. I’m an accountant by profession and I worked for a large chemical plant for more than fifteen years. The job seemed to be stable and I was quite happy with my salary there. It wasn’t a lot but it was enough- for a comfortable life. However, when the economic crisis broke, the plant went bankrupt and hundreds of employees, myself included, found themselves unemployed.
It was shocking news for me as we had two children to support. My husbands business was affected by the crisis too, so we needed to come up with something very urgently. I had lots of free time but it didn’t make me happy at all. I sent CVs to different companies but no answers came — who needs an accountant when the economy is in ruins and the financial sector is a complete disaster?
To escape the stressful situation I turned to my old hobby — photography. I was pretty good at it when I was at university, but I’d completely given up after graduation. At the difficult time of the crisis, taking photos became my relaxation therapy — my camera helped me notice things most people don’t see and don’t pay attention to. I took close-ups of the grass growing through the sand, the old cracked wooden bench covered with vine leaves or a stray dog sleeping on the pavement. Life around me was amazing — there was no reason for depression!
I wanted to share my new vision of life with other people and arranged a little photo exhibition for our community and friends. People came, looked at the pictures and left in a peaceful and relaxed mood. Sometimes they wanted to buy some of the photos to brighten up their home or office. I gave the photos away for free as I didn’t want to charge my friends and neighbours. Their interest, however, gave me the idea of how my hobby could help me earn money.
I enrolled on a Photo Art Course, completed it and prepared a business plan for my own photo studio. Last week my plan was approved by the local business committee and I received an interest-free loan to buy all the necessary equipment for my business — I’ve already bought a new camera and rented a studio. It’s all very exciting as its going to be a new page in my life. I really hope it’s a happy one.

1. Marta has a lot of experience as an accountant.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

2. Marta lost her job because of the economic crisis.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

3. Marta’s husband works in the financial sector.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

4. Marta tried to continue her career of an accountant.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

5. Marta is a complete beginner in photography.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

6. Marta’s photos of people are less successful than landscapes.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

7. Marta arranged her first exhibition to earn money.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

8. Marta is going to become a professional photographer.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

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



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

The plane safely took off and Anna breathed a sigh of relief. She (NOT LIKE) flying.

She knew that, according to statistics, it was the (SAFE) way of travelling, but it didn’t make her feel any better.

Statistics were impersonal but when she imagined her plane flying over the ocean, she (FEEL) dizzy.

The guy sitting next to (SHE) was, on the contrary, happy and relaxed.

He was listening to his CD player. His eyes (CLOSE) but when Anna tried to reach for her bag on the luggage deck, he immediately stood up to help her.

“Thanks, I can do it (I) ,” Anna said and her voice shook.
“Are you OK, miss?” the guy asked. “You look pale. Are you afraid of flying?”
Anna nodded.

“Take this. It (DO) you good,” the guy handed her a package of candies. “I always have candies when I fly.”

It reminded Anna her first flight. She and her granny (FLY) to New
York for Christmas. The six-year-old Anna was cheerful and excited. She had a large box of candies on her lap and was afraid of nothing.

“I wish I (CAN) feel the same now,” Anna sighed and took a handful of the candies. The guy looked at her in surprise.

did not like
were closed
will do
were flying


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It was getting dark and Ken turned on the light. On Sunday night the house was (UNUSUAL) quiet.

No noises from the kitchen, no little brothers screaming, no music or sounds of the TV; the house seemed (DESERT).

His parents and the twins had left for the country but Ken refused to go with them. His dad liked fishing, his mum was a keen (GARDEN)

but to Ken life in the country seemed (BORE) so he stayed at home. He thought that it would be fun, but it wasn’t.

Ken spent the whole Saturday playing his computer. Now he was (QUIET) sitting in the armchair and listening to the sounds from outside.

He hoped to hear the car engine which would mean his family were home at last (ALONE) was not a nice feeling and Ken was determined not to experience it again.