ОГЭ по английскому языку 9 класс 2023. Новые тренировочные варианты (задания и ответы)

ОГЭ 2023. Экзаменационная работа ОГЭ по иностранному языку состоит из двух частей: письменной и устной. Письменная часть включает 32 задания по аудированию, чтению, грамматике лексике и письменной речи. На выполнение письменной части отводится 120 минут (2 часа). Устная часть содержит три задания по говорению и рассчитана на 15 минут (включая подготовку к заданиям)

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Интересные задания:

The excursion guide asks the tourists to …

1) collect their bags from the bus.
2) take their lunch boxes.
3) board the bus.
Bob wants Tom to …

1) invite him to the musical show.
2) lend him his guitar for a while.
3) take part in the school performance.
What school subject does Jeff find most difficult?

1) Science.
2) French.
3) Computer Studies.
Tomorrow, Sue is going to …

1) relax at home.
2) go to the swimming pool.
3) visit a doctor.
5. Вы готовите тематическую радиопередачу с высказываниями пяти разных людей, обозначенных буквами А, В, С, D, Е. Подберите к каждому высказыванию соответствующую его содержанию рубрику из списка 1–6. Используйте каждую рубрику из списка только один раз. В списке есть одна лишняя рубрика. Вы услышите запись дважды.

1. It’s unhealthy
2. It’s easy to buy
3. It’s varied
4. It’s expensive
5. It’s useful
6. It gives energy
12. Вы проводите информационный поиск в ходе выполнения проектной работы. Определите, в каком из текстов A–F содержатся ответы на интересующие Вас вопросы 1–7. Один из вопросов останется без ответа. Занесите Ваши ответы в таблицу.

1. What old Irish traditions are still followed?
2. What vegetables are exported from Ireland to other countries?
3. What vegetable is very popular in Irish cuisine?
4. Why were Irish people afraid of wearing green in old times?
5. What made the Irish town popular?
6. What is wrong with the stereotype of an Irish person?
7. How can you keep the talisman effective?
A When you think of the Irish, you often picture a red-haired person dressed all in green. However, it’s just a popular myth. It’s customary in Ireland to wear green clothes only on St. Patrick’s Day. Lots of people are tricked by this cliché. In fact, originally, the colour associated with Saint Patrick was not green but blue.

B In Ireland, the colour green was long considered to bring bad fortune. The reason is that, in Irish folklore, green is the favourite color of the Good People (the proper name for fairies). Myths run that they are likely to steal people, especially children, who wear too much of the colour. In the past, a girl would never wear anything green on her wedding day.

C Christmas is a very important celebration in Ireland. People try to keep the old Irish customs. After dinner on Christmas Eve, it is still common for families to leave milk and bread on the table as a sign of friendliness and kindness. Another custom is to leave the door unlocked. A lit candle is left in a window during the night. It represents help for any traveller who is passing by.

D Irish people enjoy good and substantial food. The basis for many traditional Irish dishes is potatoes which are eaten boiled, mashed, fried and baked. Potatoes are mixed with cabbage or green onions to make traditional Irish dishes. They are also made into potato cakes and used in soups or stews. It’s common to find potatoes cooked in two different ways on the same dinner plate.

E In Ireland it is believed that shamrock brings good fortune to everyone. It helps in different situations and saves its owner from bad luck. There are certain conditions to be met so that its power remains strong: the owner of the shamrock must keep it away from the public eye and never give it to anyone else.

F Ireland is known as the native land of limericks – short humorous poems that have five lines. They make people laugh and are easy to remember! Lots of poets and writers were fond of limericks. The word limerick probably comes from the Irish town of Limerick. The short poem has made the town known all over the world.

13. Christopher Wren was named after his father.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
14. There is no proof that Christopher Wren studied at Oxford University.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
15. Christopher Wren’s scientific interests were in different spheres.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
16. The profession of an architect was very popular in the 17th century.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
17. Christopher Wren was demanding when choosing materials and builders.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
18. Christopher Wren’s son completed the construction of St Paul’s Cathedral.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
19. St Paul’s Cathedral was Sir Christopher Wren’s favourite project.

1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
20. Have you heard of Band Aid 30? Probably not. Then let me explain what ‘Band Aid’ is. In 1984, Bob Geldof and Midge Ure __________________ together a group of British and Irish singers and musicians and produced a song, called ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’.

21. The song was a charity single. The musicians said that the money from the sales __________________ to help poor people in Ethiopia, who were suffering from a famine.

22. The group __________________ Band Aid. Over forty singers were involved in the project, including Paul McCartney, Bono, David Bowie and Sting.

23. In 2014, the group changed its name to ‘Band Aid 30’ because it was the __________________ time the song was recorded. That year, the song aimed to help those who were suffering from the Ebola virus.

24. Since the time of its birth, the song __________________ a lot of money. The money is still used only for charity.

25. Although the song has sometimes been criticised, over 312,000 __________________ of the song have been sold.

26. Usually, I __________________ to music a lot, I have other hobbies.

27. But one of my friends, who is a __________________ music expert than I am, GREAT says that, if the song helps people in need – it can never be a bad thing!

29. Not everyone likes street art. __________________ nobody asks owners’ permission before drawing graffiti on their houses.

30. Sometimes the drawings may be __________________ and nice but sometimes messy and ugly.

31. What is graffiti – a form of art or vandalism? It depends on the drawing, I think. A friend of mine, John, is a street

34. He enjoys drawing __________________ characters from animated films. VARY When my neighbours saw his drawings, they asked him to paint some pictures on the wall of their house. Just to make it look brighter and more positive.

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