ОГЭ по английскому, пробный тест 3

Предлагаем пройти еще один тест (тест 3), чтобы оценить свой уровень английского языка и понять, сможете те ли вы сдать огэ по английскому языку.



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 the library
2. In a classroom
3. At the hotel
4. In a shopping centre
5. At the airport


A – 5
B – 3
C – 1
D – 4

Dialogue A
A: Oh, it’s so nice to see you! How was the flight?
B: Fine, but it was a long one.
A: I bet it was. The flight from Australia can’t have been short. And you arrived almost an hour later than was scheduled.
B: Yeah. It was because of the delay in Hong Kong. The weather was awful…
A: I see. But it’s all over and you’re here at last. Let me help you with your luggage.
B: Thanks.

Dialogue В
A: Excuse me, can I have the key to room 209?
B: Yes, here it is.
A: And one more thing.
B: Yes?
А: I’m checking out tomorrow at noon. Can I leave my suitcase in the luggage room till 5 or 6 pm?
B: Yes, you can, no problem.

Dialogue С
A: I’m sorry, but food and drinks are not allowed in the reading room.
B: Sorry, I just wanted to have a sandwich… but I’m already putting it back into my bag. By the way, where can I find something on the history of aviation? I’m writing a report on it.
A: The books on that topic are displayed over there, next to the exit table. But if you need something specific, I would advise you to use our electronic catalogue. It’s there, in the corner of the room.
B: Yes, I will. Thank you.

Dialogue D
A: Excuse me, I’m looking for a Sports Goods shop…
B: Oh, there’s one on this floor — it sells sportswear of all kinds, and’ the other one is on the ground floor — it offers different sports equipment, sleeping bags, tents and so on.
A: Thank you. I need a good sports bag.
B: To the ground floor then. You can’t miss it — it’s next to the cafeteria and there is a large poster advertising sports gear.


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 his / her dream job.
2. The speaker explains what jobs are most popular with students.
3. The speaker talks about difficulties in making a career choice.
4. The speaker talks about his / her personal work experience.
5. The speaker believes that teenagers should earn their pocket money themselves.
6. The speaker explains how to find a job for summer.


A – 3
B – 1
C – 6
D – 5
E – 4

Speaker A
When I was a small child, I felt irritated when adults asked me about what I wanted to become in the future. They are still asking. It’s irritating, probably because I don’t know the answer. I have no idea what job is right for me and I’m afraid of making the wrong choice. Dad says that I should do different summer or part-time jobs in order to understand what I want. And what if I don’t understand it then? I don’t mind working in the summer but I don’t know what temporary job to apply for.

Speaker В
I’ve always known what I want to do as a career. No, I’m not making ambitious plans about becoming an ingenious scientist, or an astronaut, or a famous actor. I want to work with small children as there’s nothing better than helping the curious explore the world. Working in an infant school would be very rewarding. It wouldn’t actually be a job for me — it would be a privilege because I’d be enjoying every minute of it. If you say it would be difficult — yes, it would be, but it would never get boring.

Speaker С
Lots of teenagers want to get a summer job but not everyone gets one. The most common mistake is that they start looking for a job when the holidays are in full swing. The job search takes time and you should start it months before the holidays. First, make up a list of jobs you would like to do, then find out about the requirements and contact the employers. If you suit each other, leave your information and discuss the date when you are ready to start.

Speaker D
There are usually lots of opportunities for young people to earn money for things like snacks and drinks, outings and accessories. There are always plenty of vacancies for seasonal workers, waiters, couriers, cleaners etc. Being a full-time student is not an excuse to avoid getting a job. I really don’t think that teenagers can understand the value of money and appreciate their families’ care and support until they start working themselves.

Speaker E
I think that doing temporary and part-time jobs does young people lots of good. I had my first summer job at the age of fifteen. I worked as a pizza seller in a fast-food cafe for two months. I still remember how difficult it was — there were always lots of people, it was hot and my legs and arms hurt. Since then I’ve worked as a courier, as a seasonal worker (picking apples and cherries) and as a landscape worker.


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

Play Аудирование, задание 3

1. Zach didn’t sleep at night because he

1) felt unwell.
2) wrote a project paper.
3) played a computer game.

2. Sally says that

1) she walks to school.
2) she gets to school by bus.
3) her mother drives her to school.

3. According to Sally, her mother

1) works for a financial company.
2) works as a university teacher.
3) stays at home.

4. Sally says that the most difficult subject for her

1) Maths.
2) French.
3) History.

5. Sally plays

1) the guitar.
2) the drums.
3) the piano.

6. As for music styles, Sally prefers

1) jazz.
2) rock.
3) pop.


1 – 3
2 – 2
3 – 3
4 – 1
5 – 2
6 – 3

Sally: Are you OK, Zach? Hey, Zach!

Zach: Oh, it’s you, Sally. I was daydreaming.

Sally: You were sleeping, not daydreaming! Did you play computer games all night again?

Zach: Yes, how did you guess?

Sally: That’s easy. Your eyes are red, your reactions are slow, and you look sleepy! And your homework isn’t done.

Zach: OK, you’re right. Just a new game. I couldn’t quit before I reached the fifth level. You wouldn’t understand as you don’t care about computers.

Sally: Why, I do, but I’m not a geek. I have more important things to do than play games for hours.

Zach: Really? And what are you busy with all day long?

Sally: Well, I start with walking my dog. At 8 o’clock sharp I have to be at the picking up point for the school bus. Mum used to drive me to school, but now she’s very busy with my little brother, so I have to go by bus.

Zach: I see. Babies are always trouble.

Sally: No, not at all! He’s a little darling and I love him! Twice a week, when I don’t take my music lessons, I babysit for my mum so that she can read the economic news . She’s got a university degree and worked for a financial firm but she had to quit it because of my brother’s poor health. She’s planning to go back to her career and has to be well informed about everything.

Zach: Yeah, that’s important to stay in the profession. And it’s nice of you to help her so much. But how do you manage to do your own lessons then?

Sally: The main thing is not to put off the assignments till the very last moment.

Zach: I always put them off…

Sally: And it’s important to start with the most difficult subjects — I always do Maths first. Languages and other humanities are easier so French goes the last.

Zach: I see. I find Maths the most difficult, too. And I’m really impressed with your ability to plan your day and stick to the plan. I never do anything on time… I even had to give up my guitar lessons… Do you play an instrument?

Sally: The drums. Mum wanted me to choose the piano, but I think drums are cooler.

Zach: They certainly are. There’re lots of people who play the piano but very few drummers. By the way, my friends are looking for a drummer for their band. Are you interested?

Sally: Well…, yes. What sort of music do they play?

Zach: Pop.

Sally: I see. I prefer pop music too. We learn about other music styles in music classes, like jazz, rock and classical, but you can’t dance to them.

Zach: True. I can introduce you to the guys. You’ll really need my recommendation as no girl’s ever played with them. It’s always been an all-boy pop band.

Sally: It won’t be any more.

Zach: We’ll see.



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. My accommodation in Rome
2. New friends
3. Getting the job
4. The working day
5. Plans for next summer
6. Language experience
7. The top tourist attraction
8. General impressions of the country

A) I’ve just returned from Italy, and it was the most beautiful working holiday anyone could dream of. Yes, I saw the Colosseum with my own eyes! It was built in the first century AD — the amphitheatre could house as many as 50,000 people. It’s difficult to imagine the gladiators fighting there and the public watching the cruel show. There were also fights with lions. Fortunately, there are no lions in the Colosseum now — only cats. And there are a lot of them!

B) The Colosseum was the first thing I wanted to see in Rome, but not the only one that impressed me. I used my camera a lot — Italy is a country with a great cultural heritage. Apart from the views, Italy is a country of delicious food — I’ve never eaten such gorgeous pizzas! I’d have certainly put on some weight if I hadn’t had to walk such a lot — we were saving on transport because Italy is an expensive country.

C) It took us thirty-five minutes every morning to get from the hostel where we were staying to the pizzeria we were working. Our room was very small, it had a poor view, just the house opposite, but that wasn’t a problem — we didn’t spend much time there anyway. We had only the basics in our room — two beds, hangers for clothes, a little table and one chair. There was a laundry downstairs and a shared kitchen to prepare meals.

D) As for the kitchen, we didn’t use it much — we ate at work! Our working day started at 9 am and lasted till 9 pm. We had a long siesta (a break between two and five in the afternoon) which we used for sightseeing in spite of the heat. And in the evening there were usually lots of customers and we had to be quick and attentive so as not to confuse their orders. We felt absolutely exhausted when we came home.

E) Anyway we felt privileged to have got the job. It was Anna, my best friend, who suggested working holidays in Italy. She found the vacancies and sent our CVs to the manager. At first I didn’t know what to say as I wasn’t sure I wanted to work in summer. But on the other hand, the idea of earning my own money and seeing Italy was very attractive.

F) I’m glad I agreed to Anna’s suggestion — we enjoyed living in a new country and meeting new people. Italians are very sociable and easy-going. Our fellow workers showed us lots of interesting places and it was fun to explore the country together. Anna and I really hope that they’ll come to Britain one day and we’ll be able to show them our country too. We are going to keep in touch.

G) We didn’t know Italian when we went there. Some people in the pizzeria spoke English and they helped us a lot. Two weeks later we were able to understand what the customers were asking us about and we spoke basic Italian to them. Italian is beautiful — I like how it sounds and it’s not at all difficult. We plan to go on learning it in case we want to work in the pizzeria again.

A – 7
B – 8
C – 1
D – 4
E – 3
F – 2
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).

The Dolphins Team

The Dolphins is a relatively new beach service that has been in operation for three years so far, and we are growing fast. The tourist business in the region is booming. More and more people are coming to the Southern Beach every year and our services are in great demand.
We provide a variety of services to the beachgoers. We lend them beach equipment like parasols and beach chairs, we arrange boat tours, snorkelling and diving expeditions. However, first, and foremost, The Dolphins help swimmers who are in danger. We’ve got a highly professional rescue team. Last year we were awarded first prize in the national lifeguard competition in which the best teams of the country took part. Being a lifeguard is a job, not entertainment as some people may think. Anyone who wants to join us has to remember that the duty of a lifeguard is not only to be on watch and save careless holidaymakers but to prevent any dangerous situation for them.
Not only excellent physical condition but strong personal skills are necessary as beachgoers are not always very cooperative. Everyone knows that lifeguards fly flags of different colours: the green one indicates that the sea is calm and there’s no danger for swimmers; the yellow flag means that the weather conditions are not very good — swimmers should be very careful and not go too deep. The red flag indicates that the situation is potentially dangerous and swimming is prohibited. It doesn’t necessarily mean a storm, it could be a strong current, water pollution, the danger of marine animals attacking or something else. Unfortunately, some people ignore it and go into the water anyway. The beach patrol are not the police — we can’t arrest people for disobedience. All we can do is educate people and get them to behave in a civilized way.
This is actually the main reason why we decided to set up our Summer Lifeguard School — we want to make the beach a safer and more civilized place. The school is for children from ten to seventeen who want to spend summer on the beach and learn some lifeguard skills. Anyone who meets the age requirement is admitted. Our instructors will teach them the basic skills of water safety and basic emergency procedures, the language of semaphore (that is how to use flags to transmit a message), how to avoid sunstroke and how to swim in the waves of the sea. Our open-air classes will be useful to everyone. Reckless divers and swimmers will understand that no one, no matter how sporty they are, can be absolutely free of risk in the sea. Those who are afraid to step into the water will learn to control their fear and will learn to swim (under the very close supervision of our instructors).
On completing the summer course, the children will be awarded our Summer Lifeguard School Certificate and we hope some of them will join The Dolphins in the future. To do so, they will have to wait until they turn 18 and gain the Professional Lifeguard Certificate.

1. The Southern Beach offers tourists lots of different services.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

2. The Dolphins main responsibility is to save drowning swimmers.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

3. The Dolphins rescue team is the only professional team in the country.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

4. Due to the weather conditions The Dolphins have to fly a red flag very often.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

5. The Dolphins perform the function of the police patrol on the beach.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

6. Children who are afraid of swimming can join Summer Lifeguard School, too.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

7. On completing the course, the children take an end-of-course exam.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

8. Children who complete the Summer Lifeguard School can work as lifeguards.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated

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



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

Time was running out. The game was exciting and dynamic but the score was still 0-0. Jim couldn’t take his eyes off the TV and __(NOT HEAR)__ when his father came into the room.

“Who __(PLAY)__ ?” he asked.
“The Spanish Club and the Portuguese,” Jim __(KNOW)__ that his dad was not a fan and didn’t go into details.
“Who are you supporting?”
“The Spanish. If the team __(MANAGE)__ to win this game, it’ll get to the final.”
“They will. The final score will be 2-1 to the Spanish Club.”

Jim turned to his dad: “How do you know?”
“It’s not me. A colleague of __(I)__ has predicted the results of ten matches.

No mistake yet. Today’s the __(TEN)__ game.”
Jim looked at his father again. “Sounds a bit crazy. But if I were able to predict the results of the game…”
“If you were able to predict it, it __(NOT BE)__ interesting to watch football at all.

Are you hungry by the way? I __(ORDER)__ some pizza. Will you join me?”
“Yes, sure,” Jim turned to his father. “But I still __(NOT CAN)__ understand…” And at that very moment the Spanish forward scored the first goal.

did not hear
is playing
would not be
have ordered


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

Lana switched off the TV. So many channels and nothing interesting on! There were several talk shows on __(DIFFER)__ channels but she liked none of them.

The talk on __(ENVIRONMENT)__ problems was boring,
and she wasn’t in the mood to listen to a __(POLITICS)__ talking about the government’s social programme.
She didn’t like the film on the next channel either. The plot seemed to be weak and confusing and even the __(FAME)__ actors were not able to save it.

The women’s figure skating __(CHAMPION)__ held Lana’s attention for a few minutes.
However, it didn’t last long — she wasn’t a fan and it made her feel __(BORE)__ too. She was glad to hear the phone ringing and hurried to answer it.