Тренируем аудирование ОГЭ по английскому языку.
Вы услышите четыре коротких текста, обозначенных буквами А, В, С, D. В заданиях 1—4 запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.
1. The employer wants …
1) Jenny to apologize to the client.
2) to talk to the client himself next time.
3) Jenny to complain about the client.
2. The man asks his flatmate …
1) to repair the computer.
2) to make an appointment to the dentist for him.
3) to meet a technician coming.
3. On Saturday night the girl is going to…
1) a football game with her brother.
2) the cinema with David.
3) her new work.
4. The guide says that the museum is about
1) Captain Cook.
2) everything relating the sea.
3) Australian culture.
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ВОПРОС 2 – 3
ВОПРОС 3 – 1
ВОПРОС 4 – 2
Man: Ah, Jenny, could I have just a quick word with you?
Woman: Yes. No problem I hope.
Man: Well, actually there is. I’ve just had a complaint from a client. He says you were rude to him on the phone.
Woman: What? Me? Who said that?
Man: Well, I’m sure you won’t be surprised to hear it was Mr Butler.
Woman: Oh, him. He’s always really horrible.
Man: Yes, I know he can be very difficult and I appreciate how hard it is to deal with him. Woman: And now he’s complained about me! I’ve always done my best to help him.
Man: Yes, I know. Look, next time he rings, just put him straight on to me.
Sorry, I missed you this morning, but I had to leave early – I had to go for a dentist’s appointment. I meant to leave you a note – you see I forgot to tell you that the computer’s not working and I phoned the company and there’s a technician coming round to have a look at it this afternoon, at about 2. I’ve got a lunchtime meeting and I won’t be back until three. Would you mind staying till then, just in case he comes a little bit earlier? Give my assistant a ring if you can’t, and I’ll try to make some other arrangement.
David: Well, I was just wondering if you’d like to go out this Thursday night. Well, there’s this real great movie playing downtown at the theater, and I thought . . .
Diane: David. I’m sorry, but I have to work that evening.
David: Oh really? I thought you said before that you quit your job.
Diane: Well, I did, but I found a new one.
David: Uh, well, how about this Friday night? We could have dinner and then see that movie. Diane: A movie? How boring!
David: Well. A movie? Yeah, forget a movie. Well, hey, are you free this Saturday night? I have two tickets to the football game, and I thought . . .
Diane: Sure. I’d love to go. I’ve wanted to see a game all year. My brother will be so surprised when he finds out I have a ticket for him too, and . . . Oh, thank you very much.
David: OK! Hey, well, it’s been really nice talking to you, but I have to run. Hey. Here are the tickets. Have a great time!
Good morning everyone, and welcome to the Maritime Museum. The museum isn’t only housed in this building, there are a number of historic ships docked outside in the harbour which form part of the museum. The first room we’re coming to is the theatre. There’s a continuous video showing today about the voyages of Captain Cook, so come back here later on if you want to learn more about Captain Cook. Now, we’re moving along the gallery known as the Leisure Gallery. This is one of our permanent exhibitions and here we try to give you an idea of the many different ways in which Australians have enjoyed their time by the sea: surfing and swimming, that’s all very much a part of Australian culture.