Новый тренировочный вариант КИМ №201012 ЕГЭ 2021 по английскому языку 11 класс с ответами для подготовки к экзамену на 100 баллов от 12.10.2020 (12 октября 2020 года), тренировочный вариант №3 составлен по новой демоверсии ФИПИ ЕГЭ 2021 года.
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12)Why are mobile phones called cell phones in many countries? 1) They are made of special elements called cells. 2) They receive a signal within one radio mast’s cell. 3) They were given that name by their inventors. 4) The word ‘cell’ is derived from the word ‘caller’.
13)Who received the call from the first real mobile phone in 1973? 1) Dr Martin Cooper 2) Dr Martin Cooper’s parents 3) Dr Martin Cooper’s good friend 4) Dr Martin Cooper’s competitor
14)At first many British people swore that they would never have a mobile phone. Which of the following is NOT the reason for this? 1) First mobile phones were inconvenient to take with you. 2) They were too expensive to buy. 3) They didn’t function properly. 4) They served mostly as a status symbol
15)All these changes happened to mobile phones from 80s to 90s EXCEPT_____ 1) Primitive ringtones were replaced by modern pop songs. 2) The prices for mobiles phones decreased. 3) Mobile phones became smaller. 4) Mobile phones came into wider use.
16)How has SMS influenced people’s timekeeping and communicating? 1) People no longer meet, they text to each other. 2) People have become more punctual. 3) People have become less strict concerning meeting times. 4) There is practically no influence exerted by SMS.
17)What is the meaning of the word laxer in paragraph 7? 1) more coward 2) more accurate 3) more pragmatic 4) more careless
18)What is the author’s attitude towards changes in mobile technologies? 1) sceptic 2) enthusiastic 3) incredulous 4) frustrated
19)Taking some time off from a tech job in Chicago earlier this year to contemplate a career move, Shannon Elarton__________________ up to visit Tanzania in May with AdventureWomen, a women-only tour company, on a hunch that she might gain some perspective from her fellow travelers
20)She was also, she said, “__________________something deeper than you would get in a basic tour,” and got it one day when the company owner, Judi Wineland, introduced the group to 12 women from a local Masai community.
21)“By the time it__________________, it was the biggest gift for me,” she said. “At the end of the day we all want the same things: to have work, to provide for our family, to have a family.”
22)Traveling to experience such personal connections and search one’s soul __________________ to women, of course.
23)But a rise in the number of women-only trips, both from new companies and established ones, suggests women are keen to wander well beyond resorts__________________ girlfriend getaway packages and mother-daughter spa retreats.
24)Not all women’s trips are adrenaline-based. Wellness retreats__________________ as a springboard to more emotionally charged events such as Renew, a breakup boot camp coming Dec. 1-3 to an estate in Saugerties, N.Y.
25)“Men__________________ sporting trips and fishing trips and hunting getaways for ages and it’s finally time for women to have the equal amount of hall passes so to speak,” said Mollie Fitzgerald, the owner of Frontiers International Travel, a Gibsonia, Pa.-based travel agency.
26)Chicago, the state of Illinois, is known as The Second City, which refers to its rebuilding after the fire. The current city is __________________ the second Chicago, after the one that disappeared in 1871.
27)It can also refer to the city’s long-held position as the United States’__________________ city, after New York City.
28)Today, Chicago is called as The Windy City. You might suspect that Chicago got this nickname from the winds off Lake Michigan, which shove through the downtown__________________ with intense force.
29)But the true origin of the saying comes from politics. Some say it may have been coined by rivals like Cincinnati and New York as a derogatory reference to the Chicagoan__________________ political conventions. Others say that the term originated from the fact that Chicago politicians change their minds as «often as the wind.»
30)Finally, the city is often named as The City That Works. It refers to Chicago’s labor tradition and the long hours worked by its residents, its willingness to tackle grand civic projects and to make fortunes for a__________________ few.
31)Chicago is the home of the blues and the truth of jazz, and the heart of comedy. Here the age of railroads found its center, and airplanes followed suit. It’s a city with a swagger, but without the surliness or even the fake smiles found in other cities of_
32)You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Ann who writes: …We moved to a new house a few weeks ago and I changed school. At first I was a bit afraid but I made new friends sooner than I expected. The teachers are nice and everything seems to be working out well. And what about you? Have you made any friends in your new school? Do you enjoy studying there? Have you got any new subjects this year? I’ve got to go now! It’s time for my music lesson. Drop me a line when you can.