1. Where did Julia spend her holidays? 1)___ She went to another country. 2) She went to another city in her country.
3) She stayed at her home town. 2. What did John Cadbury start? 1) A grocer’s shop. 2) A chocolate factory. 3) Cadbury World. 3. What impressed Julia most in Cadbury World? 1) The Chocolate Museum. 2) The Chocolate Making Attraction. 3) The World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop. 4. How did Julia get the chocolate rabbit? 1) She bought it at the Cadbury Shop. 2) She made it herself. 3) She got it as a present. 5. What are Julia and David going to do tomorrow? 1) Go to the cafe. 2) Take some photos. 3) Celebrate David’s birthday. II. Reading. 1. Read the text and match the headings with the paragraphs. 1. Washington Looks Different from Other Cities 2. How the City Got Its Name 3. Washington Is a Tourist City 4. Washington’s Exhibitions Are Attractive for Adults and Kids A ___________Washington is the capital of the United States of America. The city was founded in 1791 on the Potomac River, by three businessmen, who named the city in honour of George Washington. George Washington was the first President of the USA. The main building of the city is the President’s House, which is called the White House because it is white. В __________Washington is a large and important city but it doesn’t look like most big cities in the USA. The buildings are not high because they can’t be higher than the Capitol, the main building of Washington. The Capitol is one of the most magnificent historic places. All the tourists usually begin sightseeing from the Capitol. C ___________There are a lot of places in Washington where unique cultural, historical or scientific masterpieces are kept. The National Gallery of Art houses one of the nation’s finest collections of paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints. Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History is the most popular one for families. There are lots of hands-on activities for children there. D __________Washington offers different activities to amuse and interest people. They enjoy walking, picnicking, relaxing and participating in sports in the national parks and small city parks. Friendship Park is one of the best playgrounds with lots of attractions, tunnels and climbing structures. 2. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 5. The city was founded by two businessmen. _______ 6. The city was named in honour of the first US President. ________ 7. Washington is the same city as many others. __________ 8. The National Gallery of Art houses one of the nation’s finest collections of paintings. _______ III. Grammar-lexical test Choose the right form: 9. English … by many millions of people. a) is spoken b) spoken c) will be spoken 10. My neighbour is a lecturer; she ... French at the university. a) studies b) learns c) teaches 11. Yesterday I … a new dress. a) bought b) buyed c) buy 12. The film … last year. a) is shown b) were shown c) was shown 13. Nick often … flowers for his mother. a) bought b) buys c) buy 14. We are going to the theatre … Saturday. a) in b) on c) at 15. Next year we … to England. a) go b) will goes c) will go 16. Our new English textbook … next year. a) will be published b) was published c) is published 17. Next year we … going to buy a new car. a) is b) am c) are 18. … you…visit the Tower of London the day before yesterday? a) Did … visit b) Have … visited c) Do ... visit