Spotlight Test 8 (Module 8) ОТВЕТЫ

Spotlight Test 8 (Module 8) + KEY to test — цитаты Теста № 8 с ответами из сборника контрольных заданий УМК по английскому языку серии «Английский в фокусе 9 класс» для учащихся общеобразовательных организаций (авторы: Ю.Е. Ваулина и др./ М.: Просвещение).

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Spotlight Test 8
(Module 8) + ОТВЕТЫ


.A. Fill in the missing word. There are three words you do not need to use.
David carries most of his camping supplies in his …..• rucksack •…….
I don’t think we’re going in the right direction; according to the ……• map •……. we should be heading south.
Your ankle looks swollen; are you sure you haven’t ….. • sprained •……. it?
It was a …… • total •……. miracle that Liz recovered from her spinal injury, as she was not expected to ever walk again.
Jack has a …… • bump •…… on his leg because he broke it skateboarding.
Everyone should have a …… • first aid kit •…….. in their homes, as small injuries or accidents can happen at any time.
Helen Keller not only managed to ….. • face •……. her own challenges, but she also helped and inspired many other people with disabilities.
John’s eye was badly ……. • bruised •…….. when he was accidentally hit by the ball during baseball practice.
It’s amazing that Mike ……. • survived •…….. the skydiving accident; he fell 1000 metres when his parachute failed to open and just broke his leg!


В. Underline the correct item.
10 Tim climbed up the tree and recovered/rescued the kitten.
Experts say that ointment/sunscreen should be used daily if we are out in the sun longer than 10 minutes.
Why is Alicia wearing a(n) sling/ice-pack on her arm? Did she break it?
Sarah found a(n) harmed/injured bird and took it to the vet.
He decided to go surfing instead of/besides rock climbing.



.C. Rewrite the sentences into reported speech.
15 “Have you ever travelled to a foreign country?” Joan asked Sam.
Joan asked Sam if he had ever travelled to a foreign country.
“Don’t be late for dinner,” Mum told me.
Mum told me not to be late for dinner.
“We can’t go whitewater rafting this weekend,” James and Lilly said.
James and Lilly said that they couldn’t go whitewater rafting that weekend.
“Andrew took up trekking three years ago,” Liz said.
Liz said that Andrew had taken up trekking three years before.
“Mark will begin kitesurfing lessons in summer,” Lee said.
Lee said that Mark would begin kitesurfing lessons in summer.
«The children are going on a roller coaster ride tomorrow,” Sandy told me.
Sandy told me that the children were going on a roller coaster ride the next/the following day.


.D. Rewrite the following sentences into reported speech using the verbs in brackets.
e.g. «I think you should see a doctor about that cut on your leg,” Cynthia said to Sam. (advised) Cynthia advised Sam to see a doctor about that cut on his leg.
“I can’t be at basketball practice because I broke my arm,” Bill said, (explained)
Bill explained that he couldn’t be at basketball practice because he had broken his arm.
“I will not pay for your skydiving lessons, Tom,” Anne said, (refused)
Anne refused to pay for Tom’s skydiving lessons.
“I’ll help you with your application form,” Mary said to Sarah, (offered)
Mary offered to help Sarah with her application form.
“Don’t play with that pen knife, children,” Dad said, (warned)
Dad warned the children not to play with the pen knife.
“My throat’s feeling sore,” Jennifer said, (complained)
Jennifer complained that her throat was feeling sore.


.E. Underline the correct item.
26 Can you tell James that there’s someone/anyone on the phone for him?
27 Everyone
/Someone in the trekking club loves extreme sports.
Researchers come from everywhere/nowhere to explore Antarctica.
There is something/nothing wrong with your wrist; it’s not even swollen.
Helping out at the animal shelter is so easy that anyone/no one can do it.


.F. Fill in the appropriate question tag.
31 Mike likes extreme sports, …… doesn’t he……..?
Henry has never been kitesurfing, ….. has he…..?
It was an inspiring story, …… wasn’t it…….?
A compass always points to the north, ……doesn’t it…..?
Let’s apply for the volunteer position, ……shall we….?


Everyday English

.G. Complete the exchanges using the phrases below. There is one extra phrase.
• Oh, dear! What happened? • Ouch! That hurt! • Oh, that’s good. • Get well soon. • Yes, it really hurts. • Hmm … I don’t know.
A: You got a very bad sunburn at the beach.
B: Yes, it really hurts.
A: My karate teacher says I’ve made a lot of improvement.
B: Oh, that’s good.
A: What do you think about us joining an extreme sports club?
B: Hmm … I don’t know.
A: John’s in hospital with a broken leg.
B: Oh dear! What happened?
A: I’ve been under the weather for the past few days.
B: Get well soon.



.H. Read the text and mark the sentences T (True), F (False) or Ns (Not stated).
Aim for the stars!
Richard Branson is one of England’s most successful businessmen. He has started more than 360 businesses, built up a personal fortune of more than £3 billion, and is the 20th richest person in Britain today. Not bad for a man who still couldn’t read at the age of eight, and for whom school wasn’t just a challenge — it was a nightmare.
Richard Branson has dyslexia — a condition which makes it very difficult to learn to read, write and spell correctly. Doctors say that about 10% of the population has dyslexia. However, when Richard was young, no one from his school or family environment realised the sort of problems he was trying to deal with when it came to reading and writing properly. Back then, people didn’t know that dyslexia was a learning disorder. Everyone just thought people with dyslexia were not very clever.
Richard was embarrassed by the problems he had with his schoolwork, and had a very difficult time in school. But he was determined not to let his learning disability prevent him from succeeding in life. So, he concentrated on his other qualities such as his creativity, as well as his ability to inspire people and make them enthusiastic about trying their best. And by doing so, he found great success.
Richard says that dyslexia is a challenge, but it is also a gift. People who have dyslexia have to deal with many challenges and often experience and see the world in a different way. He adds that the ability to see things differently is a great advantage in life.
‘My interest in life comes from setting myself huge, apparently impossible challenges and trying to achieve them’, he says. Richard shows that we should all aim for the stars!

  • 41. At the age of eight, Richard was having bad dreams about school. — Ns
  • 42. Richard’s teachers understood that he had learning difficulties. — F
  • 43. Richard had to see a special doctor about his learning disorder. — Ns
  • 44. Richard has a talent for encouraging others to do well in something. — T
  • 45. Richard enjoys trying to achieve goals that seem hopeless. — T



.I. Listen to some people talking about facing challenges and match the speakers (1-5) to the statements (A-E).
A The speaker likes setting him/herself new goals. — 49 Speaker 4
В The speaker believes that being hopeful is the key to overcoming challenges. — 50 Speaker 5
C The speaker challenges him/herself to overcome his/her fears. — 46 Speaker 1
D The speaker did something that he/she didn’t think he/she could do. — 48 Speaker 3
E The speaker overcame his/her problem with the help of family and friends. — 47 Speaker 2


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