Английский 1 курс. Тест №2 по английскому языку

I.Образуйте формы множественного числа cледующих существительных
1. a) phenomenon b) thesis с) criterion d) datum
е) hypothesis f) radius g) axis h) analysis
II . Выберите слово, наиболее близкое по значению выделенному
2. The number of insect species is greater than that of all other animal species.
a) exceeds b) equals c) augments d) predicts
3. A chance sample can often provide information about a large population.
a) prudent b) genuine c) random d) modified
4. Microprocessors, unlike computers, are programmed to complete defined tasks.
a) specific b) different c) several d) similar
5. Since research studies have shown a relationship between cancer and cigarette smoking, many people have cut down.
a) ceased smoking b) become frightened
c) decreased the number of cigarettes d) got sick
6. In order to be issued a passport, one must either present legal documents or call a witness to give evidence concerning one's identity.
a) investigate b) falsify c) testify d) evaluate
7. Americans have been criticized for placing too much emphasis on being on time.
a) activity b) importance c) bother d) assistance
III Найдите 4 существительных со значением "поток, течение"
8 а) b) с) d)
The language is perpetually in flux: it is a living stream, shifting, changing, receiving new strength, losing old forms. The current of time continuously brings about a fresh flow of words.
IV.Заполните пропуски подходящими по смыслу словами
"...9 is worth doing is worth doing well". ...10 said this originally was perfectly right. For ...11 and ...12 we come across upon something that is not done properly we feel annoyed no matter what it is: an ugly building, a tasteless dinner or inaccurate measurements. ...13 would seem to agree with this, as far as ...14 else's work is concerned. But are we equally critical of ...15 done by ourselves?
a) everybody b) somebody c) everything d) whatever
e) whenever f) wherever g) whoever
V.Заполните пропуски подходящими по смыслу глаголами
Computer virus.
A virus ...16 of a set of instructions that ...17 itself to other computer programs, and ...18 part of them. In most cases, the corrupted programs continue ...19 their intended functions but surreptitiously.... 20 the virus's instructions as well. A virus is usually.... 21 to execute when it is ....22 into a computer's memory. The virus .... 23 its host program .... 24 the viral code into, or "infect", any number of the programs and files .... 25 in the computer. The infection can then .... 26 itself to files and code on other computers. The replicating viruses often .... 27 until they.... 28 data. A virus may simply.... 29 a harmless joke or cryptic message....30 on a computer user's video monitor each time he .... 31 on his computer. A more damaging virus can .... 32 an extremely large computer system within a matter of minutes or hours.

a) instructs b) transfer c) cause d) designed
e) turns f) becomes g) loaded h) stored
i) crash j) execute k) to perform I) attaches
m) consists n) multiply o) to copy p) to appear
r) destroy
VI. Выберите правильный вариант ответа
33. Mendeleev's ....a periodic law of nature has entered his name into the history book of world science.
a) being established b) having established c) having been established
34.They considered all water on the surface of this planet... by volcanic action.
a) having liberated b) to be liberated c) to have been liberated
35 .Molecular biology ... to dominate other sciences .
a) expects b) is expected c) is expecting
36. Such phenomena should ... as early as the 18 century.
a) know b) have known c) have been known
37. If the distance to the star...., its light power would be judged from its brightness.
a) is know b) was known c) were known
38. Newton suggested that the light... as a stream of particles.
a) is interpreted b) be interpreted c) was interpreted
39. The instruments were packed carefully lest they ... during transportation.
a) will be damaged b) would be damaged c) should be damaged
VII. Употребите глаголы в нужной форме
Tunguska event.
The remote site of the explosion ...40 (investigate) from 1927 to 1930 in expeditions ...41 (lead) by Leonid A.Kulik. Around the epicentre he ...42 (find) splintered trees ...43 (lie) radially for some 15 to 30 km; everything ...44 (devastate) and very little ...45 (grow) two decades after the event. Eyewitnesses who ...46 (observe) the event from a distance ...47 (speak) of a fireball lighting the horizon, ...48 (follow) by trembling ground and hot winds strong enough ...49 (throw) people down and ...50 (shake) buildings as in an earthquake.