Ответы к билету № 24 для выпускного экзамена по английскому языку 2013. Текст для чтения NEVER FORGOTTEN. 1. Read the article and say in 2-3 sentences what it is about. The first stone has been laid in the foundation of the new building of the Museum of Great Patriotic War History. A time capsule has been laid into the foundation and, by spring 2013, the building is to open.
Architects have done their best to make the five-storey, multi-level building, with each of its four sections symbolising a year of the war. The decision to set up a museum dedicated to the fight against Nazi fascism was taken in 1942. It opened its doors in Minsk in July 1944.
Millions of people have visited it since and, with the passing years, the need for a new, more spacious and well-equipped building has become clear. Each year, over 150,000 people visit the museum. Of course, they hope to find objective information and leave with a lasting impression. The new museum will be located near the centre of the Belarusian capital, on a hill near the Minsk-Hero-City Memorial and Pobedy Park. It will primarily reflect the heroic deeds of the Belarusian people and the big role of the Red Army in defeating Nazis. However, technical innovations, such as dynamically lit electronic maps, electronic catalogues, interactive facilities will help visitors to receive brighter impressions.
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Материалы для подготовки к обязательному выпускному экзамену по английскому языку для Беларуси.
We cannot change the fact that fewer witnesses of those dramatic military battles survive today, but we can preserve the past for new generations. Most schools in Belarus have a small museum of military glory, set up by enthusiasts. Professional historians have done much to develop this patriotic movement, preparing dozens of educational textbooks for pupils and teachers, helping to explain the events of 1941 — 1945.
Why is interest in these distant events so keen? The territory of contemporary Belarus has seen over 200 wars in the past centuries and our nation showed heroism and patriotism on so many occasions. From 1941 — 1945, we fought against Europe's strongest army.
Belarus paid a high price for its victory — 9,200 towns and villages were burnt and there were millions of victims. This can never be forgotten. 2.
The author explains when the museum was created and how it has changed over the years. Find this extract and read it aloud. 3. What will the visitors be able to see in the new museum. 4. Why are people interested in the Museum of Great Patriotic War History. Ответы на вопросы к тексту для чтения NEVER FORGOTTEN.
Ответ на вопрос 1. Read the article and say in 2-3 sentences what it is about. This text is about the Museum of Great Patriotic War History, its foundation in July 1944 and about plans of the foundation of the new building of the museum on a hill in the centre of Minsk. The text emphasizes the role of heroism and patriotism of our nation during the Great Patriotic War. Ответ на вопрос 2. The author explains when the museum was created and how it has changed over the years.
Find this extract and read it aloud. (2 абзац) The decision to set up a museum dedicated to the fight against Nazi fascism was taken in 1942.
It opened its doors in Minsk in July 1944. Millions of people have visited it since and, with the passing years, the need for a new, more spacious and well-equipped building has become clear. Each year, over 150,000 people visit the museum. Of course, they hope to find objective information and leave with a lasting impression. Ответ на вопрос 3. What will the visitors be able to see in the new museum? They will be able to see a number of technical innovations, such as dynamically lit electronic maps, electronic catalogues, interactive facilities which will help visitors to receive brighter impressions.
Ответ на вопрос 4. Why are people interested in the Museum of Great Patriotic War History? Because our nation showed heroism and patriotism during many wars including the Great Patriotic War and this can never be forgotten. Текст для прослушивания к билету № 24. Уточнение: это скрипт 68 из книги материалы для подготовки к обязательному выпускному экзамену по английскому языку.
Вопросы к материалу для прослушивания билета № 24. Listen to the three people speaking about how they spend their weekends and answer the questions below. 1. What does the first speaker do at the weekend. 2.
What does the second speaker do at the weekend. 3. What does the third speaker do at the weekend. Текст аудио записи билета № 24. Speaker 1: Well, I try to make the most of my weekends, especially in the summer, when you've got more chance to get outside. I know some people like seeing films or concerts, but it's important to me to keep fit, so I always do plenty of running, and, say, tennis or swimming. There are usually some friends around to join in.
Speaker 2: The truth is, I really look forward to the weekend, and then when it finally arrives, most of the time I'm completely broken. So then when all my friends start calling up, "Where are we going tonight?" and so on, I end up staying in, being very lazy, maybe just watching a bit of TV, a film on DVD, something like that.
Speaker 3: I'm studying so hard at the moment for my exams that I can't go wild at the weekends. But I like going to the park with my friends sometimes, or maybe going for a bike ride by myself. It depends. I tend to be more active in the winter, actually — going to the gym, or helping my dad with stuff in the house. I might see a friend or two, especially if there's some sport to watch, then we can watch a match together. Ответы к вопросам материала для прослушивания билета № 24.
1. What does the first speaker do at the weekend? He always does plenty of running and tennis or swimming. 2. What does the second speaker do at the weekend? He is very lazy, he just watches a bit of TV, a film on DVD, something like that. 3. What does the third speaker do at the weekend? He is studying so hard at the moment for his exams that he can’t go wild at the weekends.
Слушать онлайн текст к билету 24. Текст для беседы: Let’s talk about the Republic of Belarus. 1.
Let’s talk about our country. What can you tell me about our Motherland. The Republic of Belarus is a small, beautiful country with the heroic past and interesting present. It is situated in Eastern Europe. The Republic borders on Russia, the Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia.
It has an area of 207 square kilometers and a population of more than 10 million. Measured by its territory, Belarus ranks 13th among the states of Europe. Two-thirds of Belarus' population live in cities. There are 97 cities in the Republic. Its capital is Minsk, with the population of about two million people.
Minsk is also the coordinating center of the commonwealth of independent States. The largest cities in Belarus are Brest, Vitebsk, Gomel, Grodno, and Mogilev, in which the administrative centers of the Republic are located. Belorussian`s natural scenery is wide, lonely plains covered with hills, and many lakes and forests. The highest place in Belarus is the mount Dzerzhinskaya (345m) in Minsk region. There are nearly 3.
000 rivers with the total length of over 51. 000 kilometers in Belarus. The chief rivers are the Dnieper, the Neman, the Zapadnaya Dvina, the Pripyat.
In the past they were great trade ways from Europe to Asia and India and many towns appeared on their banks. There are more than 10800 lakes in Belarus.
Most of them are situated in the northern part of the republic. The largest lake is the Naroch (80 sq km) and the deepest one is the Dolgoye(54 metres). One third of the Republic's territory is covered with forests. The largest of them are called pushchas.
The most beautiful is the Byelovezhskaya. The climate in the Belarus is moderately continental.
The climate is mild and one can travel comfortably here at any time of year. The moderately continental climate of Belarus is a gift from the Atlantic Ocean, and the winds that blow from the ocean make Belarus a zone of stable harvest.
Today Belarusian industry produces tractors, big lorries, automatic lines, computers, television sets, bicycles, and else. Agriculture specializes in milk and meat production. The main cultures here are potatoes, flax, grain, herbs and vegetables. More than 30 minerals have been discovered nowadays in Belarus.
Among them we have oil, natural gas, coal, rock salt, potassium salts, phosphorites, marl, iron ore, dolomites and others. Belarus is a republic of well-developed science and culture. Every eight person in Belarus has higher education. The number of scientists and college teachers exceeds 75,000, among them more than 10,000 with doctoral degree or candidate status.
2. What parts of Belarus have you visited? I have visited many Belarusian cities in different regions. I’ve visited such cities as Minsk, Grodno and Brest. 3. What questions about Belarus do you expect to hear from a British teenager? What is the capital of Belarus? What sights can I visit in your country? Are there any interesting customs and traditions in Belarus. 4.
What Belarusian sights can you advise a foreigner to visit? I strongly advise to visit Mir and Nesvizh Castles, Belovezhskaya Pushcha and the Belarusian National Library in Minsk. 5. They say that Belarus is at the crossroads of Europe. Explain why. Geographically Belarus is situated in the centre of Europe between Latvia and Ukraine, Poland and Russia. Historically many wars and battles located on the territory of our Motherland due to its favorable position on the map.