Тренируем аудирование ОГЭ по английскому языку.
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1. Today the visitors are going to take part in …
1) a bus tour.
2) an excursion to the museum.
3) a walking excursion.
2. On holidays, Jane is …
1) getting a part-time job.
2) going camping.
3) doing summer courses.
3. The speaker says that the student card is used
1) to identify a person.
2) to pay in transport.
3) to buy books.
4. In the park the speakers are going …
1) to go row boating.
2) to do scuba diving.
3) to ride horses.
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Today we are going to see the most ancient part of the city. The historians say that some buildings there date back to the fifteenth century. The entrance to most museums, we are going to visit today, is free, but we’ll have to buy tickets to get into the Central Museum of Arts. I advise you to buy a group tour ticket as it will be cheaper per individual. We won’t have to take buses or any other transport as this is a walking tour. The meeting point is at the reception at 10 o’clock, right after your breakfast. Do not forget your cameras.
Jane: Hello, Steve. How are you?
Steve: Oh, I’m not too bad today, thank you Jane. How are you? How did you do in the exams?
Jane: I’m not sure. I haven’t got all my results yet, but I’m so glad we’re coming up to the end of the semester. I really need a holiday, so I’m going camping with some friends. What are you doing over the semester break, Steve?
Steve: I haven’t got any plans yet. I don’t really have enough money to fly home. I suppose I could get a part-time job and earn some money, but I don’t really want to.
Jane: Mmm. I thought about doing some summer courses, but I decided that’s not a good idea. I need a break or I’ll get stale. I need to do something completely different. You do too. Why don’t you join me and my friends on the camping trip?
Steve: Well, I don’t know really. Would your friends mind?
Jane: No, of course not. They’d be happy to have you along.
On the very first day in our college you’ll get a student’s card. The card contains the most essential information about you, such as your name, the name of the school, the course you are taking. This card is necessary if you want to borrow some books from the college library. And it also gives you discounts in the stationary shop, in the students’ cafe or if you use city buses. Tickets for students are cheaper than for other passengers, but you need to have your card with you. And certainly if you go somewhere by our school bus, the driver may ask you to show your student’s card.
Jane: We’re going down to the Royal National Park.
Steve: What’s the park like? Is it on the coast, or island?
Jane: It’s on the coast, but it’s very big, over 15 000 hectares and there are a couple of rivers, especially a one big one, the Hacking.
Steve: Can we do anything on this river? Can we go on it?
Jane: Oh yeah, lots. You can hire boats – go boating – row boats.
Steve: Row boats. Hey, that sounds fun! Um, and what about scuba diving or horse riding? Can we do any of those things?
Jane: Well, there isn’t much point in scuba diving around there aren’t any reefs or anything, so there’s not much underwater life. And because it’s a national park, domestic animals aren’t allowed.