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 speaker is calling …
1) to request advice.
2) to make a complaint.
3) to report a problem.
2. Mary wants to become…
1) an engineer as her father.
2) a scientist.
3) a doctor as her father.
3. Carter asks Holly for her notes because
1) he’s been sleeping at classes.
2) he’s missed a lot of classes.
3) he’s lost his notes.
4. In his diary the speaker writes down
1) only the most interesting events.
2) what happens every day.
3) every little thing.
ВОПРОС 1 – 3
ВОПРОС 2 – 3
ВОПРОС 3 – 1
ВОПРОС 4 – 1
Ah yes, hello. Good, I’ve tried phoning you several times today, but I haven’t been able to get through, the line’s always busy. Anyway, I want to let you know that there’s a slight smell of gas in the street here. At least I think there is, but I’m not totally sure. I think you should send someone out to check on it as soon as possible, because obviously if I’m right it could be dangerous. I can tell you exactly where it is or I could show the person you send when they get here.
Mary: Well, Alex! What are you going to be?
Alex: I’ve a natural bent for mechanical occupations. So, I want to be an engineer. Especially so, because our country now needs engineers in large numbers for nations-building and defense works. What are you going to do?
Mary: You know, my father is a doctor. He likes that I should take up that profession. What do you think of that, Alex?
Alex: Well, in choosing a career, you see whether it suits your temperament. If you like it, you should certainly take up this profession, particularly when your father himself belongs to that profession.
Mary: Quite so. I like to be a doctor but want to go to my native village and treat the people for normal fee or free of charge. Most of them are poor. But father does not like it. He wants me to be with him and work in a private dental clinic.
Alex: In that case you should persuade your father to allow you to follow your ideal.
Carter: Hello, Holly. I need to talk to you.
Holly: Hi, Carter. We’ve got about ten minutes before Professor Label comes. How can I help you?
Carter: Holly, may I borrow your notes? I’ll give them back tomorrow.
Holly: Sorry, but I usually go to the cafeteria and review them. Say, why don’t you copy them over in the library?
Carter: Okay. You’re a lifesaver, Holly!
Holly: No problem. But I don’t understand why you need my notes, Carter; you haven’t missed any classes. Have you lost your notebooks?
Carter: No, of course not. But weekday mornings, I’m a cashier at a coffee shop. After work, I come directly to school, and, boy, am I beat! I’ve been nodding off during class, so my notes aren’t very good.
I’ve kept a diary for many years. I don’t really know why, I guess it’s just a habit. But there are times when I can’t be bothered to do it so there are quite a lot of gaps in it. I only really keep it going w’hen lots of interesting things are happening. I don’t put lots of boring everyday things in there. Actually, I haven’t written anything in it for quite a while now. I mean, who’s got time to write down every little thing that happens every day? But it’s good to have a record of some of the more memorable things that have happened that I can look back later.