ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Билеты | Ответы

ОГЭ по английскому языку – один из группы экзаменов по иностранным языкам в 9-м классе. По структуре, сложности и типу заданий практически идентичен экзаменам по немецкому, французскому и испанскому языкам. Экзамен является необязательным для сдачи, но его результаты потребуются выпускникам для продолжения обучения в профильных классах старшей школы (10 и 11-й классы).

Время проведения экзамена – 90 мин. + время устного ответа примерно 6 мин. и подготовки к нему 8–10 мин. (также может добавиться время ожидания очереди ответа).
Разрешенные материалы – звуковоспроизводящая и звукозаписывающая аппаратура для аудирования и записи ответа на устный вопрос.
Минимальный балл (соответствует тройке): 29.
Максимальный балл – 70.
Количество заданий – 25.

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ВНИМАНИЕ! Ответы на все вопросы даны в конце данной статьи

 

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 1

Установите соответствие между текстами A—G и заголовками 1—8. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний. 

1. The Father of Ballroom Dances 
2. It Was Prohibited in Some Places 
3. You Dance It Alone and Without Preparation 
4. Should Be Learnt Like a Science 
5. World Symbol of Romance 
6. There Is Not a Single True Way of Dancing It 
7. More Than a Dance 
8. Its Name Reminds Us of Its Creator
 

A. Early tango was known as tango criollo, or simply tango. Today, there are many tango dance styles all over the world, including Argentine Tango, Uruguayan Tango, Ballroom tango (American and International styles), Finnish tango, Chinese tango, and vintage tangos. The Argentine tango is often regarded as the "authentic" tango since it is closest to that originally danced in Argentina and Uruguay, though other types of tango have developed into mature dances in their own right. Music and dance elements of tango are popular in activities related to dancing, such as figure skating, synchronized swimming, etc., because of its dramatic feeling and its cultural associations with passion and love. 

B. A waltz is a ballroom and folk dance in 3/4 time, done primarily in closed position. The waltz first became fashionable in Vienna around the 1780s, spreading to many other countries in the years to follow. The waltz, and especially its closed position, became the example for the creation of many other ballroom dances. Subsequently, new types of waltz have developed, including many folk and several ballroom dances. 

C. Samba is a lively, rhythmical dance of Brazilian origin in 2/4 time danced under the Samba music. However, there are three steps to every bar, making the Samba feel like a 3/4 timed dance. There are two major streams of Samba dance that differ significantly: the Brazilian Samba music has been danced in Brazil since its inception in the late 19th century. There is actually a set of dances, rather than a single dance, that define the Samba dancing scene in the country; thus, no one dance can be claimed with certainty as the "original" Samba style. 

D. The Foxtrot (also: "Fox trot", "foxtrot", "fox trot") is a ballroom dance which takes its name from its inventor, the vaudeville actor Harry Fox. According to legend, Fox was unable to find female dancers capable of performing the more difficult two-step. As a result, he added stagger steps (two trots), creating the basic Foxtrot rhythm of slow-slow-quick-quick. The dance was premiered in 1914, quickly catching the eye of the talented husband and wife duo, Vernon and Irene Castle, who lent the dance its signature grace and style. It was later standardized by Arthur Murray, in whose version it began to imitate the positions of American Tango. 

E. El baile flamenco is a highly-expressive solo dance, known for its emotional sweeping of the arms and rhythmic stomping of the feet. While flamenco dancers (bailaors and bailaoras) invest a considerable amount of study and practice into their art form, the dances are not choreographed, but are improvised along the palo or rhythm. In addition to the percussion provided by the heels of the dancers striking the floor, castanets are sometimes held in the hands and clicked together rapidly to the rhythm of the music. Sometimes, folding fans are used for visual effect. 

F. Ballet is a specific academic dance form and technique which is taught in ballet schools according to specific methods. There are many ballet schools around the world that specialize in various styles of ballet and different techniques offered. Works of dance choreographed using this technique are called ballets, and usually include dance, mime, acting, and music (usually orchestral but occasionally vocal). Ballet is best known for its unique features and techniques, such as pointe work, turn-out of the legs, and high extensions; its graceful, flowing, precise movements; and its ethereal qualities. These carefully organized movements tell a story or express an idea. 

G. Capoeira is an African-Brazilian fight-dance, game, and martial art created by enslaved Africans during the 16th Century. Participants form a roda (circle) and take turns playing instruments, singing, and sparring in pairs in the centre of the circle. The game is marked by fluid acrobatic play, feints, subterfuge, and extensive use of groundwork, as well as sweeps, kicks, and headbutts. Technique and strategy are the key elements to playing a good game. Capoeira has three main styles, known as "regional", "Angola", and the less-well defined "contemporânea".


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 2

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 2—9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). 

IKEA 

Our journey started in a minibus to Lomonosov underground station. In the open area behind the station we could see about 30 people waiting for a bus to the IKEA shop. This bus is unusual for two reasons — it is free, and it is one of very the few buses in the city that has a timetable. 

We got onto the bus and it drove over the bridge across the River Neva and out of the city. One passenger had her dog with her. We saw the big yellow letters IKEA on a blue background from far away, they are on a sign which is higher than the trees. The same design is on the side of the building, a very big blue box with a car park all around it. We got out of the bus and walked along a special route to the entrance with a roof over it. We went into the shop through a big door that had several sections and was turning like a wheel. About ten people can walk inside one section of the wheel. IKEA shops are very popular everywhere in the world, and they are made to serve very large numbers of people. 

Most places in Russia have a cloakroom where you can leave your coat. On this day there were too many people, so only children could leave their coats. I had a rucksack and they said that I should leave this in the cloakroom and carry my coat. If you have a child aged 3 to 6 you can leave him or her in a play room…usually for 2 hours or just one hour on busy days. They give parents a piece of paper with the time of collection written on it so that they don’t forget. I don’t know what people with dogs do. 

The first place we went was up the stairs to the café. Here everything is self-service. You take a tray and ask people to serve you food, for example traditional Swedish meat-balls. If you want coffee, tea or a fizzy drink you pay for a cup and afterwards you fill it from a machine. While you eat and drink you can study the catalogue. They say that 160 million copies of the catalogue are printed all round the world — where I live, they delivered a copy to each flat. People who want to buy a lot of things can take a big yellow plastic bag to put them in. There are also different sorts of trolley. One has a seat for a small child and a place to hang the big yellow bag. 

The area next to the café is for special offers. Then, there are a lot of pictures in frames and mirrors. After that, you come to a place where there are different rooms which you can walk into and sit down in. When you know what you want to buy, you have to look at the code on the price tag. This code tells you the place on the ground floor where you should go to collect the pack with the parts you want inside it. All Ikea furniture is in cardboard boxes and you have to put the parts together when you get home. 

One of the main problems of life in Russia is the small amount of living space that people have in their flats. It is very unusual for a family to have a room that nobody sleeps in. So the idea of a “living room” or a “sitting room”, as we call it in English, is a bit different. Most people have a room with a sofa-bed that they open out in the evening to sleep on. I think it’s quite a good idea for Russian flats to have the bed on tall legs with enough space for a sofa under it. You can buy one in IKEA for about £200. On my visit to IKEA I didn’t buy anything because I live in a rented flat with lots of furniture in it. I just like looking. 

The bus to the IKEA shop is regular and cheap.

1. True
2. False
3. Not stated

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 3

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 2—9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). 

IKEA 

Our journey started in a minibus to Lomonosov underground station. In the open area behind the station we could see about 30 people waiting for a bus to the IKEA shop. This bus is unusual for two reasons — it is free, and it is one of very the few buses in the city that has a timetable. 

We got onto the bus and it drove over the bridge across the River Neva and out of the city. One passenger had her dog with her. We saw the big yellow letters IKEA on a blue background from far away, they are on a sign which is higher than the trees. The same design is on the side of the building, a very big blue box with a car park all around it. We got out of the bus and walked along a special route to the entrance with a roof over it. We went into the shop through a big door that had several sections and was turning like a wheel. About ten people can walk inside one section of the wheel. IKEA shops are very popular everywhere in the world, and they are made to serve very large numbers of people. 

Most places in Russia have a cloakroom where you can leave your coat. On this day there were too many people, so only children could leave their coats. I had a rucksack and they said that I should leave this in the cloakroom and carry my coat. If you have a child aged 3 to 6 you can leave him or her in a play room…usually for 2 hours or just one hour on busy days. They give parents a piece of paper with the time of collection written on it so that they don’t forget. I don’t know what people with dogs do. 

The first place we went was up the stairs to the café. Here everything is self-service. You take a tray and ask people to serve you food, for example traditional Swedish meat-balls. If you want coffee, tea or a fizzy drink you pay for a cup and afterwards you fill it from a machine. While you eat and drink you can study the catalogue. They say that 160 million copies of the catalogue are printed all round the world — where I live, they delivered a copy to each flat. People who want to buy a lot of things can take a big yellow plastic bag to put them in. There are also different sorts of trolley. One has a seat for a small child and a place to hang the big yellow bag. 

The area next to the café is for special offers. Then, there are a lot of pictures in frames and mirrors. After that, you come to a place where there are different rooms which you can walk into and sit down in. When you know what you want to buy, you have to look at the code on the price tag. This code tells you the place on the ground floor where you should go to collect the pack with the parts you want inside it. All Ikea furniture is in cardboard boxes and you have to put the parts together when you get home. 

One of the main problems of life in Russia is the small amount of living space that people have in their flats. It is very unusual for a family to have a room that nobody sleeps in. So the idea of a “living room” or a “sitting room”, as we call it in English, is a bit different. Most people have a room with a sofa-bed that they open out in the evening to sleep on. I think it’s quite a good idea for Russian flats to have the bed on tall legs with enough space for a sofa under it. You can buy one in IKEA for about £200. On my visit to IKEA I didn’t buy anything because I live in a rented flat with lots of furniture in it. I just like looking.

The shop the author of the text went to was located in the suburbs.

1. True
2. False
3. Not stated 

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 4

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 2—9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). 

IKEA 

Our journey started in a minibus to Lomonosov underground station. In the open area behind the station we could see about 30 people waiting for a bus to the IKEA shop. This bus is unusual for two reasons — it is free, and it is one of very the few buses in the city that has a timetable. 

We got onto the bus and it drove over the bridge across the River Neva and out of the city. One passenger had her dog with her. We saw the big yellow letters IKEA on a blue background from far away, they are on a sign which is higher than the trees. The same design is on the side of the building, a very big blue box with a car park all around it. We got out of the bus and walked along a special route to the entrance with a roof over it. We went into the shop through a big door that had several sections and was turning like a wheel. About ten people can walk inside one section of the wheel. IKEA shops are very popular everywhere in the world, and they are made to serve very large numbers of people. 

Most places in Russia have a cloakroom where you can leave your coat. On this day there were too many people, so only children could leave their coats. I had a rucksack and they said that I should leave this in the cloakroom and carry my coat. If you have a child aged 3 to 6 you can leave him or her in a play room…usually for 2 hours or just one hour on busy days. They give parents a piece of paper with the time of collection written on it so that they don’t forget. I don’t know what people with dogs do. 

The first place we went was up the stairs to the café. Here everything is self-service. You take a tray and ask people to serve you food, for example traditional Swedish meat-balls. If you want coffee, tea or a fizzy drink you pay for a cup and afterwards you fill it from a machine. While you eat and drink you can study the catalogue. They say that 160 million copies of the catalogue are printed all round the world — where I live, they delivered a copy to each flat. People who want to buy a lot of things can take a big yellow plastic bag to put them in. There are also different sorts of trolley. One has a seat for a small child and a place to hang the big yellow bag. 

The area next to the café is for special offers. Then, there are a lot of pictures in frames and mirrors. After that, you come to a place where there are different rooms which you can walk into and sit down in. When you know what you want to buy, you have to look at the code on the price tag. This code tells you the place on the ground floor where you should go to collect the pack with the parts you want inside it. All Ikea furniture is in cardboard boxes and you have to put the parts together when you get home. 

One of the main problems of life in Russia is the small amount of living space that people have in their flats. It is very unusual for a family to have a room that nobody sleeps in. So the idea of a “living room” or a “sitting room”, as we call it in English, is a bit different. Most people have a room with a sofa-bed that they open out in the evening to sleep on. I think it’s quite a good idea for Russian flats to have the bed on tall legs with enough space for a sofa under it. You can buy one in IKEA for about £200. On my visit to IKEA I didn’t buy anything because I live in a rented flat with lots of furniture in it. I just like looking.

Only ten people can use the entrance door to the IKEA shop at a time.

1. True
2. False
3. Not stated

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 5

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 2—9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). 

IKEA 

Our journey started in a minibus to Lomonosov underground station. In the open area behind the station we could see about 30 people waiting for a bus to the IKEA shop. This bus is unusual for two reasons — it is free, and it is one of very the few buses in the city that has a timetable. 

We got onto the bus and it drove over the bridge across the River Neva and out of the city. One passenger had her dog with her. We saw the big yellow letters IKEA on a blue background from far away, they are on a sign which is higher than the trees. The same design is on the side of the building, a very big blue box with a car park all around it. We got out of the bus and walked along a special route to the entrance with a roof over it. We went into the shop through a big door that had several sections and was turning like a wheel. About ten people can walk inside one section of the wheel. IKEA shops are very popular everywhere in the world, and they are made to serve very large numbers of people. 

Most places in Russia have a cloakroom where you can leave your coat. On this day there were too many people, so only children could leave their coats. I had a rucksack and they said that I should leave this in the cloakroom and carry my coat. If you have a child aged 3 to 6 you can leave him or her in a play room…usually for 2 hours or just one hour on busy days. They give parents a piece of paper with the time of collection written on it so that they don’t forget. I don’t know what people with dogs do. 

The first place we went was up the stairs to the café. Here everything is self-service. You take a tray and ask people to serve you food, for example traditional Swedish meat-balls. If you want coffee, tea or a fizzy drink you pay for a cup and afterwards you fill it from a machine. While you eat and drink you can study the catalogue. They say that 160 million copies of the catalogue are printed all round the world — where I live, they delivered a copy to each flat. People who want to buy a lot of things can take a big yellow plastic bag to put them in. There are also different sorts of trolley. One has a seat for a small child and a place to hang the big yellow bag. 

The area next to the café is for special offers. Then, there are a lot of pictures in frames and mirrors. After that, you come to a place where there are different rooms which you can walk into and sit down in. When you know what you want to buy, you have to look at the code on the price tag. This code tells you the place on the ground floor where you should go to collect the pack with the parts you want inside it. All Ikea furniture is in cardboard boxes and you have to put the parts together when you get home. 

One of the main problems of life in Russia is the small amount of living space that people have in their flats. It is very unusual for a family to have a room that nobody sleeps in. So the idea of a “living room” or a “sitting room”, as we call it in English, is a bit different. Most people have a room with a sofa-bed that they open out in the evening to sleep on. I think it’s quite a good idea for Russian flats to have the bed on tall legs with enough space for a sofa under it. You can buy one in IKEA for about £200. On my visit to IKEA I didn’t buy anything because I live in a rented flat with lots of furniture in it. I just like looking.

Children and adults usually use different cloakrooms at the shop.

1. True
2. False
3. Not stated 

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 6

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 2—9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). 

IKEA 

Our journey started in a minibus to Lomonosov underground station. In the open area behind the station we could see about 30 people waiting for a bus to the IKEA shop. This bus is unusual for two reasons — it is free, and it is one of very the few buses in the city that has a timetable. 

We got onto the bus and it drove over the bridge across the River Neva and out of the city. One passenger had her dog with her. We saw the big yellow letters IKEA on a blue background from far away, they are on a sign which is higher than the trees. The same design is on the side of the building, a very big blue box with a car park all around it. We got out of the bus and walked along a special route to the entrance with a roof over it. We went into the shop through a big door that had several sections and was turning like a wheel. About ten people can walk inside one section of the wheel. IKEA shops are very popular everywhere in the world, and they are made to serve very large numbers of people. 

Most places in Russia have a cloakroom where you can leave your coat. On this day there were too many people, so only children could leave their coats. I had a rucksack and they said that I should leave this in the cloakroom and carry my coat. If you have a child aged 3 to 6 you can leave him or her in a play room…usually for 2 hours or just one hour on busy days. They give parents a piece of paper with the time of collection written on it so that they don’t forget. I don’t know what people with dogs do. 

The first place we went was up the stairs to the café. Here everything is self-service. You take a tray and ask people to serve you food, for example traditional Swedish meat-balls. If you want coffee, tea or a fizzy drink you pay for a cup and afterwards you fill it from a machine. While you eat and drink you can study the catalogue. They say that 160 million copies of the catalogue are printed all round the world — where I live, they delivered a copy to each flat. People who want to buy a lot of things can take a big yellow plastic bag to put them in. There are also different sorts of trolley. One has a seat for a small child and a place to hang the big yellow bag. 

The area next to the café is for special offers. Then, there are a lot of pictures in frames and mirrors. After that, you come to a place where there are different rooms which you can walk into and sit down in. When you know what you want to buy, you have to look at the code on the price tag. This code tells you the place on the ground floor where you should go to collect the pack with the parts you want inside it. All Ikea furniture is in cardboard boxes and you have to put the parts together when you get home. 

One of the main problems of life in Russia is the small amount of living space that people have in their flats. It is very unusual for a family to have a room that nobody sleeps in. So the idea of a “living room” or a “sitting room”, as we call it in English, is a bit different. Most people have a room with a sofa-bed that they open out in the evening to sleep on. I think it’s quite a good idea for Russian flats to have the bed on tall legs with enough space for a sofa under it. You can buy one in IKEA for about £200. On my visit to IKEA I didn’t buy anything because I live in a rented flat with lots of furniture in it. I just like looking.

In the café the food is served to you by the waiters.

1. True
2. False
3. Not stated

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 7

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 2—9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). 

IKEA 

Our journey started in a minibus to Lomonosov underground station. In the open area behind the station we could see about 30 people waiting for a bus to the IKEA shop. This bus is unusual for two reasons — it is free, and it is one of very the few buses in the city that has a timetable. 

We got onto the bus and it drove over the bridge across the River Neva and out of the city. One passenger had her dog with her. We saw the big yellow letters IKEA on a blue background from far away, they are on a sign which is higher than the trees. The same design is on the side of the building, a very big blue box with a car park all around it. We got out of the bus and walked along a special route to the entrance with a roof over it. We went into the shop through a big door that had several sections and was turning like a wheel. About ten people can walk inside one section of the wheel. IKEA shops are very popular everywhere in the world, and they are made to serve very large numbers of people. 

Most places in Russia have a cloakroom where you can leave your coat. On this day there were too many people, so only children could leave their coats. I had a rucksack and they said that I should leave this in the cloakroom and carry my coat. If you have a child aged 3 to 6 you can leave him or her in a play room…usually for 2 hours or just one hour on busy days. They give parents a piece of paper with the time of collection written on it so that they don’t forget. I don’t know what people with dogs do. 

The first place we went was up the stairs to the café. Here everything is self-service. You take a tray and ask people to serve you food, for example traditional Swedish meat-balls. If you want coffee, tea or a fizzy drink you pay for a cup and afterwards you fill it from a machine. While you eat and drink you can study the catalogue. They say that 160 million copies of the catalogue are printed all round the world — where I live, they delivered a copy to each flat. People who want to buy a lot of things can take a big yellow plastic bag to put them in. There are also different sorts of trolley. One has a seat for a small child and a place to hang the big yellow bag. 

The area next to the café is for special offers. Then, there are a lot of pictures in frames and mirrors. After that, you come to a place where there are different rooms which you can walk into and sit down in. When you know what you want to buy, you have to look at the code on the price tag. This code tells you the place on the ground floor where you should go to collect the pack with the parts you want inside it. All Ikea furniture is in cardboard boxes and you have to put the parts together when you get home. 

One of the main problems of life in Russia is the small amount of living space that people have in their flats. It is very unusual for a family to have a room that nobody sleeps in. So the idea of a “living room” or a “sitting room”, as we call it in English, is a bit different. Most people have a room with a sofa-bed that they open out in the evening to sleep on. I think it’s quite a good idea for Russian flats to have the bed on tall legs with enough space for a sofa under it. You can buy one in IKEA for about £200. On my visit to IKEA I didn’t buy anything because I live in a rented flat with lots of furniture in it. I just like looking.

The IKEA furniture resembles Lego because you need to assemble it on your own.

1. True
2. False
3. Not stated

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 8

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 2—9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). 

IKEA 

Our journey started in a minibus to Lomonosov underground station. In the open area behind the station we could see about 30 people waiting for a bus to the IKEA shop. This bus is unusual for two reasons — it is free, and it is one of very the few buses in the city that has a timetable. 

We got onto the bus and it drove over the bridge across the River Neva and out of the city. One passenger had her dog with her. We saw the big yellow letters IKEA on a blue background from far away, they are on a sign which is higher than the trees. The same design is on the side of the building, a very big blue box with a car park all around it. We got out of the bus and walked along a special route to the entrance with a roof over it. We went into the shop through a big door that had several sections and was turning like a wheel. About ten people can walk inside one section of the wheel. IKEA shops are very popular everywhere in the world, and they are made to serve very large numbers of people. 

Most places in Russia have a cloakroom where you can leave your coat. On this day there were too many people, so only children could leave their coats. I had a rucksack and they said that I should leave this in the cloakroom and carry my coat. If you have a child aged 3 to 6 you can leave him or her in a play room…usually for 2 hours or just one hour on busy days. They give parents a piece of paper with the time of collection written on it so that they don’t forget. I don’t know what people with dogs do. 

The first place we went was up the stairs to the café. Here everything is self-service. You take a tray and ask people to serve you food, for example traditional Swedish meat-balls. If you want coffee, tea or a fizzy drink you pay for a cup and afterwards you fill it from a machine. While you eat and drink you can study the catalogue. They say that 160 million copies of the catalogue are printed all round the world — where I live, they delivered a copy to each flat. People who want to buy a lot of things can take a big yellow plastic bag to put them in. There are also different sorts of trolley. One has a seat for a small child and a place to hang the big yellow bag. 

The area next to the café is for special offers. Then, there are a lot of pictures in frames and mirrors. After that, you come to a place where there are different rooms which you can walk into and sit down in. When you know what you want to buy, you have to look at the code on the price tag. This code tells you the place on the ground floor where you should go to collect the pack with the parts you want inside it. All Ikea furniture is in cardboard boxes and you have to put the parts together when you get home. 

One of the main problems of life in Russia is the small amount of living space that people have in their flats. It is very unusual for a family to have a room that nobody sleeps in. So the idea of a “living room” or a “sitting room”, as we call it in English, is a bit different. Most people have a room with a sofa-bed that they open out in the evening to sleep on. I think it’s quite a good idea for Russian flats to have the bed on tall legs with enough space for a sofa under it. You can buy one in IKEA for about £200. On my visit to IKEA I didn’t buy anything because I live in a rented flat with lots of furniture in it. I just like looking.

The IKEA furniture is very popular among Russians because it’s very compact.

1. True
2. False
3. Not stated

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 9

Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений 2—9 соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (Not stated). 

IKEA 

Our journey started in a minibus to Lomonosov underground station. In the open area behind the station we could see about 30 people waiting for a bus to the IKEA shop. This bus is unusual for two reasons — it is free, and it is one of very the few buses in the city that has a timetable. 

We got onto the bus and it drove over the bridge across the River Neva and out of the city. One passenger had her dog with her. We saw the big yellow letters IKEA on a blue background from far away, they are on a sign which is higher than the trees. The same design is on the side of the building, a very big blue box with a car park all around it. We got out of the bus and walked along a special route to the entrance with a roof over it. We went into the shop through a big door that had several sections and was turning like a wheel. About ten people can walk inside one section of the wheel. IKEA shops are very popular everywhere in the world, and they are made to serve very large numbers of people. 

Most places in Russia have a cloakroom where you can leave your coat. On this day there were too many people, so only children could leave their coats. I had a rucksack and they said that I should leave this in the cloakroom and carry my coat. If you have a child aged 3 to 6 you can leave him or her in a play room…usually for 2 hours or just one hour on busy days. They give parents a piece of paper with the time of collection written on it so that they don’t forget. I don’t know what people with dogs do. 

The first place we went was up the stairs to the café. Here everything is self-service. You take a tray and ask people to serve you food, for example traditional Swedish meat-balls. If you want coffee, tea or a fizzy drink you pay for a cup and afterwards you fill it from a machine. While you eat and drink you can study the catalogue. They say that 160 million copies of the catalogue are printed all round the world — where I live, they delivered a copy to each flat. People who want to buy a lot of things can take a big yellow plastic bag to put them in. There are also different sorts of trolley. One has a seat for a small child and a place to hang the big yellow bag. 

The area next to the café is for special offers. Then, there are a lot of pictures in frames and mirrors. After that, you come to a place where there are different rooms which you can walk into and sit down in. When you know what you want to buy, you have to look at the code on the price tag. This code tells you the place on the ground floor where you should go to collect the pack with the parts you want inside it. All Ikea furniture is in cardboard boxes and you have to put the parts together when you get home. 

One of the main problems of life in Russia is the small amount of living space that people have in their flats. It is very unusual for a family to have a room that nobody sleeps in. So the idea of a “living room” or a “sitting room”, as we call it in English, is a bit different. Most people have a room with a sofa-bed that they open out in the evening to sleep on. I think it’s quite a good idea for Russian flats to have the bed on tall legs with enough space for a sofa under it. You can buy one in IKEA for about £200. On my visit to IKEA I didn’t buy anything because I live in a rented flat with lots of furniture in it. I just like looking.

The author is looking for new furniture to buy in his flat.

1. True
2. False
3. Not stated

ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 10

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)__LEAVE from Australia ...


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 11

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Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

... where his family were there to wish (11)__HE well.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 12

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

And he always told me that one of his (12)__BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 13

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

It's not the (13)__ONE risky adventure ...


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 14

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Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

... he (14)__ATTEMPT.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 15

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Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)__LITTLE than 13 and a half days, ...


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 16

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

... something American Steve Fossett (16)__DO in 2002.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 17

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

(17)__ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 18

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Man in a hot hot-air balloon 

A world record attempt! 64-year-old Fedor Konyukhov set off to try and fly around the world solo in this hot-air balloon. Yesterday the Russian Orthodox priest (10)LEAVE from Australia where his family were there to wish (11)HE well. 

"It was his dream from his youth. And he always told me that one of his (12)BIG dreams was to go up in a balloon, so it's the main dream of him." 

It's not the (13)
ONE risky adventure he (14)ATTEMPT. He previously climbed Mount Everest and rowed 16,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean. 

But to beat this record, he'd have to do it in (15)
LITTLE than 13 and a half days, something American Steve Fossett (16)DO in 2002. 

(17)
ATTEMPT to fly the world solo has been a childhood dream of Fedor's. 

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.

He'll have to wait and see whether it (18)__LIVE up to his expectations.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 19

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Three rare images taken by the world's first (19)PHOTOGRAPH are going on show 250 years after his birth. 

The images were taken in the 1820s by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce born in 1765. His pictures are recognised as the world's first (20)
SUCCESS photos. 

He created permanent images by exposing chemicals on metal plates to light, which he called heliography, meaning (21)DRAW with the sun. 

There are 16 Niépce’s heliographic plates known to be in (22)
EXIST today, three of which belong to the National Media Museum’s Royal Photographic Society (23)COLLECT. The examples include an image of Christ carrying the cross, a portrait of Cardinal Georges D'Amboise and Clair de lune. 

There are said to be only a dozen early photographs in the world, according to the National Media Museum, where the photos will be exhibited later this month. Having three together in the same place, though, is (24)
EXTREME rare.

Three rare images taken by the world's first (19)__PHOTOGRAPH are going on show 250 years after his birth.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 20

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Three rare images taken by the world's first (19)PHOTOGRAPH are going on show 250 years after his birth. 

The images were taken in the 1820s by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce born in 1765. His pictures are recognised as the world's first (20)
SUCCESS photos. 

He created permanent images by exposing chemicals on metal plates to light, which he called heliography, meaning (21)DRAW with the sun. 

There are 16 Niépce’s heliographic plates known to be in (22)
EXIST today, three of which belong to the National Media Museum’s Royal Photographic Society (23)COLLECT. The examples include an image of Christ carrying the cross, a portrait of Cardinal Georges D'Amboise and Clair de lune. 

There are said to be only a dozen early photographs in the world, according to the National Media Museum, where the photos will be exhibited later this month. Having three together in the same place, though, is (24)
EXTREME rare.

His pictures are recognised as the world's first (20)__SUCCESS photos.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 21

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Three rare images taken by the world's first (19)PHOTOGRAPH are going on show 250 years after his birth. 

The images were taken in the 1820s by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce born in 1765. His pictures are recognised as the world's first (20)
SUCCESS photos. 

He created permanent images by exposing chemicals on metal plates to light, which he called heliography, meaning (21)DRAW with the sun. 

There are 16 Niépce’s heliographic plates known to be in (22)
EXIST today, three of which belong to the National Media Museum’s Royal Photographic Society (23)COLLECT. The examples include an image of Christ carrying the cross, a portrait of Cardinal Georges D'Amboise and Clair de lune. 

There are said to be only a dozen early photographs in the world, according to the National Media Museum, where the photos will be exhibited later this month. Having three together in the same place, though, is (24)
EXTREME rare.

He created permanent images by exposing chemicals on metal plates to light, which he called heliography, meaning (21)__DRAW with the sun.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 22

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Three rare images taken by the world's first (19)PHOTOGRAPH are going on show 250 years after his birth. 

The images were taken in the 1820s by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce born in 1765. His pictures are recognised as the world's first (20)
SUCCESS photos. 

He created permanent images by exposing chemicals on metal plates to light, which he called heliography, meaning (21)DRAW with the sun. 

There are 16 Niépce’s heliographic plates known to be in (22)
EXIST today, three of which belong to the National Media Museum’s Royal Photographic Society (23)COLLECT. The examples include an image of Christ carrying the cross, a portrait of Cardinal Georges D'Amboise and Clair de lune. 

There are said to be only a dozen early photographs in the world, according to the National Media Museum, where the photos will be exhibited later this month. Having three together in the same place, though, is (24)
EXTREME rare.

There are 16 Niépce’s heliographic plates known to be in (22)__EXIST today, ...


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 23

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Three rare images taken by the world's first (19)PHOTOGRAPH are going on show 250 years after his birth. 

The images were taken in the 1820s by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce born in 1765. His pictures are recognised as the world's first (20)
SUCCESS photos. 

He created permanent images by exposing chemicals on metal plates to light, which he called heliography, meaning (21)DRAW with the sun. 

There are 16 Niépce’s heliographic plates known to be in (22)
EXIST today, three of which belong to the National Media Museum’s Royal Photographic Society (23)COLLECT. The examples include an image of Christ carrying the cross, a portrait of Cardinal Georges D'Amboise and Clair de lune. 

There are said to be only a dozen early photographs in the world, according to the National Media Museum, where the photos will be exhibited later this month. Having three together in the same place, though, is (24)
EXTREME rare.

... three of which belong to the National Media Museum’s Royal Photographic Society (23)__COLLECT.


ОГЭ по английскому языку 2017. Вопрос 24

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слово, напечатанное заглавными буквами в строке, обозначенной номером задания, так, чтобы оно грамматически и лексически соответствовало содержанию текста. Заполните пропуск полученным словом. 

Three rare images taken by the world's first (19)PHOTOGRAPH are going on show 250 years after his birth. 

The images were taken in the 1820s by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce born in 1765. His pictures are recognised as the world's first (20)
SUCCESS photos. 

He created permanent images by exposing chemicals on metal plates to light, which he called heliography, meaning (21)DRAW with the sun. 

There are 16 Niépce’s heliographic plates known to be in (22)
EXIST today, three of which belong to the National Media Museum’s Royal Photographic Society (23)COLLECT. The examples include an image of Christ carrying the cross, a portrait of Cardinal Georges D'Amboise and Clair de lune. 

There are said to be only a dozen early photographs in the world, according to the National Media Museum, where the photos will be exhibited later this month. Having three together in the same place, though, is (24)
EXTREME rare.

Having three together in the same place, though, is (24)__EXTREME rare.


 

ОТВЕТЫ НА ВОПРОСЫ

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 1

A-5

B-1

C-6

D-8

E-3

F-4

G-7

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 2

False

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 3

True

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 4

False

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 5

Not stated

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 6

False

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 7

True

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 8

Not stated

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 9

False

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 10

left

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 11

him

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 12

biggest

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 13

first

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 14

has attempted

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 15

less

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 16

did

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 17

attempting

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 18

lives

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 19

photographer

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 20

successful

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 21

drawing

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 22

existence

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 23

collection

 

 

ОГЭ 2017 по математике. Ответ на вопрос 24

extremely

 

 

 

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