Новый пробный тренировочный вариант №6 КИМ №211115 ЕГЭ 2022 по английскому языку 11 класс для подготовки на 100 баллов от 15 ноября 2021 года.
Данный тренировочный тест составлен по новой демоверсии ФИПИ экзамена ЕГЭ 2022 года, к тренировочным заданиям прилагаются правильные ответы и решения.
Решу ЕГЭ 2022 по английскому языку 11 класс вариант №211115:
1)The author describes how much he was fond of his new … 1) e-mail. 2) track pad. 3) smartphone. 4) screen.
2)Which of the following statements is TRUE, according to the text? 1) The relationship always breaks because of the lack of trust. 2) Our attitude to electronic gadgets today is similar to a relationship. 3) One of the most important qualities in any relationship is compatibility. 4) You can’t have a good relationship with a person if you doubt his sanity.
3)The wrong idea of consumerism is that if you love someone … 1) you should buy things for him. 2) you should care for him. 3) he should love you in turn. 4) you should be troubled by it.
4)Which of the following qualities, according to the author, all the consumer products must have? 1) They have to be very likeable. 2) They must be quite reliable. 3) They should be functional. 4) They need to be inexpensive.
5)The author states that exposing your love to another person and being rejected can be very … 1) cheerful. 2) grateful. 3) painful. 4) playful.
6)As the author puts it, — pain hurts, but it doesn’t … 1) heal. 2) kill. 3) kneel. 4) seal.
7)Just as the author has become very interested in birds, he became less … 1) self-centered. 2) self-oriented. 3) self-conscious. 4) self-sufficient.
8)Since the very first state has been formed, people __________ dreaming of the ideal form of social organization with liberty and justice for all the citizens. (KEEP)
9)One of the first writers, who __________ the idea of a perfect state, was Plato, that lived in ancient Greece. (CREATE)
10)His famous book ‘The Republic’ that describes the city-state, ruled by a philosopher king, __________ in a form of a dialogue. (WRITE)
11)In the year of 1516, an English author, Thomas More, has published a book ‘Utopia’, that __________ an ideal state, located on an island. (DESCRIBE)
12)But by the name of the book ‘Utopia’, which means ‘a place that doesn’t exist’, one may judge that Thomas More __________ too optimistic about the future of the mankind (NOT BE)
13)The ideas of Plato and Thomas More __________ later by Tommaso Campanella in his book ‘The City of the Sun’. (USE)
14)Today the word ‘utopia’ has become a part of __________ everyday language, for instance, if the idea is unrealistic we may call it ‘utopian’ (WE)
15)Now, the whole district of the St. Bernard for many miles around possesses not one of the vast caravansaries characteristic of the ____________ mountain-tops in Switzerland, —indeed, not even a modest inn, —where tourists may find shelter for a few days. (PICTURE)
16)Why, then, should these armies of ____________ invade the pass every summer, if it really offers little of interest? (TOUR)
17)To me, who have seen almost all the passes from one end of the Alps to the other, the trip over the Great St. Bernard was most _____________. (ENJOY)
18)The valley of the river Dranse, which is followed by the traveler from Martigny, in the Rhone valley, to very near the summit, more than eight thousand feet above the sea, is full of romantic beauty and ____________, closed in by snow-covered mountains of fantastic shapes, their steep slopes partly covered with dark pine forests. (WILD)
19)Nestling on the rocks or sleeping in the valleys there are a few straggling settlements, with heavy-visaged natives, apparently of a different race from the Swiss, and entirely _______________ by modern life. (TOUCH)
20)Many wayfarers stop at the modest inns to rest and take a glass of kirsch, or even to seek shelter in the old houses when storms spring up suddenly, blowing ___________ down the valleys; (FURY)