For the 5-th Form

    УСТНАЯ ЧАСТЬ (5 КЛ.)

     

    C2. STUDENT CARD 1

    Give a talk on British and Russian traditions. Remember to speak about:

     

    ·       The ravens in the Tower of London

    ·       Guy Fawkes’ Day

    ·       Maslenitsa

     

    You will need to talk for 5 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.

     

    C2. STUDENT CARD 2

    Give a talk on continents and countries. Remember to speak about:

     

    ·       Continents and oceans

    ·       Countries

    ·       Nationalities and languages

     

    You will need to talk for 5 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.

     

     

    C2. STUDENT CARD 3

    Give a talk on animals in danger. Remember to speak about:

     

    ·       Indian tigers

    ·       African elephants

    ·       Wild animals in the Red Book

     

    You will need to talk for 5 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.

     

     

    C2. STUDENT CARD 4

    Give a talk on the Earth in danger. Remember to speak about:

     

    ·       The water on Earth and Lake Baikal

    ·       Climatic change

    ·       The Earth’s air

     

    You will need to talk for 5 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.

     

     

    C2. STUDENT CARD 5

    Give a talk on the land and the people of Great Britain. Remember to speak about:

     

    ·       The two main islands and the UK with its countries

    ·       The British people and the languages

    ·       The Union Jack

     

    You will need to talk for 5 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.

     

     

    C2. STUDENT CARD 6

    Give a talk on the Queen of Britain and Parliament. Remember to speak about:

     

    ·       Elizabeth II and the Royal Family

    ·       The Commonwealth

    ·       The Parliament: the House of Lords and the House of Commons

    You will need to talk for 5 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.

     

     

    C2. STUDENT CARD 7

    Give a talk on health and body care. Remember to speak about:

     

    ·       Illnesses and their symptoms

    ·       Your last illness

    ·       What we need to do to keep fit

     

    You will need to talk for 5 minutes. The examiner will listen until you have finished. Then he/she will ask you some questions.

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    Questions:

    Card 1:

    1.      Why do people say that the British are very conservative?

    2.      What do we need to remember about Britain when we speak about its traditions?

    3.      How long have the ravens lived in the Tower of London?

    4.      What does one of the old English legends say about the ravens?

    5.      What did King Charles II order in the 17th century?

    6.      How do the keepers look after the ravens?

    7.      When do the English celebrate Guy Fawkes’ Day?

    8.      What do children do on that day?

    9.      When do Russian people celebrate Maslenitsa?

    10.   How do Russian people celebrate it?

    11.   What holidays do people all over the world know?

    12.   How do people celebrate New Year in the USA (New York, state Washington)? Scotland? Japan? China?

     

    Card 2:

    1.      What will you be able to see if you look at the Earth from space?

    2.      How many oceans are there on our planet? What are they?

    3.      How many continents are there? What are they?

    4.      How many countries are usually there on each continent?

    5.      What countries are big, what countries are small?

    6.      What European countries can you name? What are their capitals? Peoples? Languages?

    7.      What countries in North America can you name? What are their capitals? Peoples? Languages?

    8.      What African country can you name? What is its capital? People? Language?

    9.      What Asian countries can you name? What are their capitals? Peoples? Languages?

    10.   What does each country have?

    11.   What English-speaking countries do you know?

    12.   Do you know American equivalents for the British words “biscuits”, “sweets”, “autumn”, “flat”?

     

    Card 3:

    1.      What do people depend on?

    2.      Why are tigers and elephants often dangerous animals?

    3.      Why have people hunted tigers for fun and for their beautiful skin?

    4.      Why are there few Indian tigers left on the Earth? Where do they hide?

    5.      Why aren’t there many forests for tigers nowadays?

    6.      How can African elephants help men?

    7.      How many elephants were there in Africa in the 19th century?

    8.      Where can you find African elephants nowadays?

    9.      Why is modern life bad for many animals?

    10.   What animal from the Russian Red Book do you know?

    11.   Why is this animal (from the Red Book) disappearing?

    12.   What must we do to save wild animals?

     

    Card 4:

    1.      When is Earth Day?

    2.      Why is the Earth in danger?

    3.      Why is there a lot of water on our planet and at the same time little water on it?

    4.      Why can’t people swim in the sea sometimes?

    5.      What can you say about Lake Baikal?

    6.      Why is the water in the lake dirty nowadays?

    7.      How is the climate on our planet changing?

    8.      How has the climate changed in the north of Europe?

    9.      What will happen if the temperature grows by 3-4 degrees?

    10.   How do people’s activities do harm to the forests?

    11.   What do modern plants and factories send into the atmosphere?

    12.   What must people do to save the Earth?

     

    Card 5:

    1.      What is the official name of the state which is situated in the British Isles?

    2.      What does Great Britain, or Britain, refer to?

    3.      What are the countries and the capitals of the UK?

    4.      What are the two main islands of the UK? What countries are situated on them?

    5.      What seas and oceans separate and wash the islands?

    6.      What nationality is everyone who was born in Britain?

    7.      Why do people from Scotland and Wales not like it when they are called English?

    8.      How many people live in Britain? Where do many of them live?

    9.      What are foreigners often surprised by?

    10.   What languages do people speak in the UK?

    11.   Why does a Scottish person have to listen carefully if he wants to understand a Londoner or a Welsh person?

    12.   What is the Union Jack made up of?

     

    Card 6:

    1.      Who is the Head of State in Britain? Does she rule the country?

    2.      What does the Queen do?

    3.      What can you say about the Royal Family?

    4.      What countries used to be part of the British Empire at the beginning of the 20th century?

    5.      When did Britain and the former colonies found the Commonwealth?

    6.      What countries does the Commonwealth include?

    7.      Whom does the real power in the country belong to?

    8.      What are the Houses of the British Parliament?

    9.      What does the House of Lords do?

    10.   What does the House of Commons do?

    11.   What do you know about the members of the House of Lords?

    12.   What do you know about the members of the House of Commons?

     

    Card 7

    1.      Why do people say that good health is above wealth?

    2.      When should we visit the doctor?

    3.      What illnesses and their symptoms do you know?

    4.      When did you fall ill last time? How did it happen?

    5.      How did you feel when you fell ill?

    6.      Did you call the doctor? What did the doctor do?

    7.      What did the doctor say about your illness and what did he/she recommend?

    8.      How long did it take you to recover?

    9.      Do or did you keep to a diet? Why? Why not?

    10.   Do you go in for any sport?

    11.   What should/shouldn’t  you do to keep fit?

    12.   What do we need to remember about what we eat?