Ingliz Tilidan Onlayn Attestatsiya Testlari №2

Testlar

Yaqin kunlarda bo’ladigan ingliz tili fanidan attestatsiyaga qanchalik tayyorsiz? Quyida attestatsiya namunasidagi 20ta savol berilgan. Testlarni ishlab o’z bilimingizni sinab ko’ring! Ushbu savollar faqatgina tayyorgarlik ko’rish uchun va HECH QANDAY tushish ehtimoli yo’q!

0
Created on By Hasanboy Rasulov

Attesttatsiya test №2

Ingliz tili fani o'qituvchilari uchun attestatsiya savollari to'plami. Jami savollar to'plami 20ta

1 / 20

It sounds like the plane ... take off in a few minutes

2 / 20

I... gradually... being in a new team.

3 / 20

Dad ... the car when I want to use it.

4 / 20

Taxi drivers ... at the train station because of the roadworks

5 / 20

I... already... one flying lesson, which ... great fun, and I... immediately that I... to get my pilot s licence

6 / 20

We ... play games together as a family when I was growing up

7 / 20

We ... next to the gym for a couple of months before I decided to join.

8 / 20

I... already ... the computer game when I... cheaper in another shop.

9 / 20

I'm out of breath because I... to get here in time

10 / 20

When I was very young, my grandfather... take me to the park to play.

11 / 20

The early decades o f the 1800s are well known as a period o f discontent and social unrest. The Industrial Revolution meant the decline o f traditional rural communities and her growth o f a working-class urban population, particularly in the new industrial towns o f the north such as Manchester. Living and working conditions for the urban factory worker were frequently appalling and gave rise to a number o f movements aimed at bettering working-class conditions. One such movement was Chartism, which aimed to present a people's charter, or petition for reform, to parliament. It had a number of aims, but first and foremost among them was the granting o f universal suffrage, or the vote for all men over the age of 21. What was the aim of Chartism?

12 / 20

In the hundreds years up to 1860s, the work of a small group of construction engineers carried forward the enormous social and economic change that we
associate with the Industrial Revolution in Britain. The most important of these engineers was Isambard Kingdom Brunei, whose work in shipping, bridge-building and railway construction, to name just three fields, both challenged and motivated his colleagues. He was the driving force behind a number of highly ambitious projects, some of which resulted in works which are s till in use today.
In what spheres had the Industrial Revolution in Britain effected?

13 / 20

The early decades o f the 1800s are well known as a period o f discontent and social unrest. The Industrial Revolution meant the decline of traditional rural communities and her growth of a working-class urban population, particularly in the new industrial towns o f the north such as Manchester.
Living and working conditions for the urban factory worker were frequently appalling and gave rise to a number of movements aimed at bettering working-class conditions. One such movement was Chartism, which aimed to present a people's charter, or petition for reform, to parliament. It had a number of
aims, but first and foremost among them was the granting of universal suffrage, or the vote for all men over the age o f 21. What was the forem ost aim of Chartism?

14 / 20

In the hundreds years up to 1860s, the work o f a small group of construction engineers carried forward the enormous social and economic change that we
associate with the Industrial Revolution in Britain. The most important of these engineers was Isambard Kingdom Brunei, whose work in shipping, bridge-building and railway construction, to name just three fields, both challenged and motivated his colleagues. He was the driving force behind a number of highly ambitious projects, some of which resulted in works which are still in use today. Find the right definition to the phrase given in bold.

15 / 20

"At the end of the summer season, when the swallows are about to leave, they frequently flo ck together in large numbers on convenient high open perches, like roof ridges and telegraph wires. When people remark that 'the swallows are gathering', they mean ..." Find the suitable continuation.

16 / 20

The early decades o f the 1800s are well known as a period o f discontent and social unrest. The Industrial Revolution meant the decline o f traditional rural communities and her growth of a working-class urban population, particularly in the new industrial towns o f the north such as Manchester. Living and working conditions for the urban factory worker were frequently appalling and gave rise to a number o f movements aimed at bettering working-class conditions. One such movement was Chartism, which aimed to present a people's charter, or petition for reform, to parliament. It had a number of aims, but first and foremost among them was the granting o f universal suffrage, or the vote for all men over the age o f 21. With what are the early decades of 1800s well known?

17 / 20

"Every April, along with many other species o f birds, the swallow arrives to spend the summer months in northern Europe, in Russia, Iran and parts of Siberia. Here it will breed and raise its young." Find the definition of the word given in bold.

18 / 20

Complete the following description by inserting the verbs in the correct tense, fix = carry = grow = fall = spread
A seed ______ from tree to the forest floor or ______ along by the wind, or by a bird or other animal. Lying dormant until the arrival of the spring, the seed then sprouts roots _____ it into the ground. The seed begins ____ and in time develops into a fragile sapling. Eventually, the sapling grows into a tree, whose seeds in turn _____ by the wind.

19 / 20

"The swallow is well-known fo r several reason. Firstly, it is very distinctive, with its forked tail and characteristic acrobatic swooping flight. Secondly, it is very common, and, like its near relative the house martin, lives in close proximity to human habitation, at least in rural areas. It is, however, rarely to be encountered in tows or cities." Find the odd inform ation due to the text.

20 / 20

In the hundreds years up to 1860s, the work o f a small group o f construction engineers carried forward the enormous social and economic change that we
associate with the Industrial Revolution in Britain. The most important of these engineers was Isambard Kingdom Brunei, whose work in shipping, bridge-building and railway construction, to name just three fields, both challenged and motivated his colleagues. He was the driving force behind a number of highly ambitious projects, some of which resulted in works which are s till in use today. With what fields in engineering did Isambard Kingdom Brunei motivate his colleagues?

Ismingizni kiriting...

Your score is

The average score is 0%

0%

Agar sizda “Start” tugmasini bosganingizda test boshlanmasa, boshqa browserdan ochib ko’ring. Masalan Yandex Browser yoki UC Browser (UC mini emas)

Attestatsiya test №1
Attestatsiya test №3
Attestatsiya test №4
Attestatsiya test №5
Attestatsiya test №6
Attestatsiya test №7
Attestatsiya test №8

4.1 26 votes
Article Rating
guest
4 Comments
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments