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ЭЭБ (з.), Английский язык, Контрольная работа №4, вар.2, 2017
Подробности о скачивании 07.06.2017, 12:28
Вариант 2

Задание 1. Выберите правильную форму глагола из двух предложенных.

1. The sausages … delicious.
A. are tasting B. taste
2. He will be angry if you … home late.
A. will come B. come
3. "How many exams ?" "I think, five".
A. does he pass B. has he passed
4. When … to take a course in statistics?
A. did she choose B. has she chosen
5. Bill … about his answer during the lunch break. Какое это действие? Законченное или продолжающееся какое-то время
A. had been thinking B. thought
6. We are going to buy a car. By the end of next month our family …money for it.
A. will save B. will have saved

Задание 2. Подчеркните сказуемое в предложении, определите его видо-временную форму и переведите предложения на русский язык.

1. E-mail has become (Present Perfect Active) a key part of the communications networks of most modern offices. (Электронная почта стала ключевой частью коммуникационных сетей большинства современныхофисов).
2. Since all e-mail addresses are written (Present Simple Passive) - in Latin script, no special procedures are required (Present Simple Passive) to locate one in Russia. (Поскольку все адреса электронной почты написаны на латыни, нет необходимости в специальных процедурах, чтобы разместить их в России).
3. Newer-generation networks use (Present Simple Active) optical fiber connections. (Новое поколение сетей использует оптоволоконные соединения).

Задание 3. Укажите, какой частью речи является выделенная форма:
a) герундием (Gerund); b) инфинитивом(Infinitive);c) причастием настоящего времени (Participle I); d) причастием прошедшего времени (Participle II). Переведите предложения.
1. Other methods used for wide-area networking include telephone and communications-satellite linkage. (d) Другие методы, используемые для глобальных сетей включают телефонную и спутниковую связь.
2. E-mail services use a central computer to store messages and data and to route !!!them to their intended destination. (b) Обслуживание электронной почты использует центральный компьютер, чтобы хранить сообщения и данные и направлять их в назначенное направление.
!!!3. The computer is rapidly taking over graphics design, production scheduling, and engineering design. © Компьютер быстро охватил графический дизайн, производственное планирование и инженерный дизайн.

I. Read the text. Then read the titles. Which of the following titles is the best?
a) Office Equipment.
b) Office Automation.
c) Computers and Periphery.
d) How the Modem Works.

The rapid growth of the service sector of the economy has furnished a new market for sophisticated office automation. Computers 1 c) either stand-alone or as part of a network and specialized software programs are taking over tasks such as facsimile transmission or FAX, mail, and telecommunications that were once performed by separate pieces of equipment. In fact, the computer has virtually taken the place of typewriters, calculators, and manual accounting techniques and is rapidly taking over graphics design, production scheduling, and engineering design.
Desktop PCs have become increasingly affordable as a result of industry-wide adoption of the architecture of the PC introduced in 1981. Although it has become feasible to provide virtually every office worker with a PC, 2 f) It is more cost-effective for PC users to share files and common peripherals such as printers, facsimile boards, modems, and scanners. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, many companies began programs of linking or "networking" multiple PCs into a unified system.
The local area network (LAN) was created in response to the need for a standardized system of linking computers together in a company. The most common method used to connect computers to a network is by means of coaxial cables. Newer-generation networks use optical fiber connections. When computers are not in close physical proximity, networks may use microwave radio or infrared radiation to link the computers. Microwave radio requires a dish antenna for transmission and reception; infrared radiation requires a lens for transmission and a mirror and lens for reception.3 a) Other methods used for wide-area networking include telephone and communications-satellite linkage.
The need for computer "connectivity" has established the usefulness of the peripheral device known as the modem. Modems permit two computers to communicate by telephone in order to access databases, transmit files, upload and download facsimile transmissions, and send and receive electronic mail. Early transmission speeds using this equipment were relatively slow—300 baud. 4 e) Some modems now operate at speeds of more than 50,000 baud and have error-checking and data-compression features.
Text materials in typed or printed form can be input directly into a computer by means of a scanner. To read text, optical character recognition (OCR) software must first be used to convert printed documents electronically into computer-readable files. Scanners obviate the need to rekey printed text in order to input it; they can also be used to input graphic material.
Computer-based electronic message systems are an alternative to telephonic communications or conventional interoffice memoranda.
E-mail has become a key part of the communications networks of most modern offices. Data and messages can be transmitted from one computer to another using telephone lines, microwave links, communications satellites, or other telecommunications equipment.5 d) The same message can be sent to a number of different addresses.
E-mail is sent through a company's own local area network or beyond, through a nationwide or worldwide communications network. E-mail services use a central computer to store messages and data and to route them to their intended destination. With a subscription to a public e-mail network, an individual PC user needs only a modem and a telephone to send and receive written or vocal messages.

II. Read the text again. Choose the best sentence from the list below to complete each gap
a) Other methods used for wide-area networking include telephone and communications-satellite linkage.
b) Since all e-mail addresses are written in Latin script, no special procedures are required to locate one in Russia.
c) either stand-alone or as part of a network
d) The same message can be sent to a number of different addresses.
e) Some modems now operate at speeds of more than 50,000 baud and have error-checking and data-compression features.
f) It is more cost-effective for PC users to share files and common peripherals such as printers, facsimile boards, modems, and scanners.
g) It can narrow down the scope of the search considerably.

III. Choose the best answer to these questions according to the text.
1. When did it become possible to provide each office worker with a PC?
a) in 1981,
b) in the late 1980s,
c) in the early 1990s.
2. What may networks use to link computers, which are not in direct closeness?
a) optical fiber connections,
b) telephone and communications – satellite linkage,
c) microwave radio and infrared radiation.
3. How is the device, one of the functions of which is to send and receive electronic mail, called?
a) a scanner,
b) a modem,
c) a fax.
4. What is the device used to input graphic material?
a) a printer,
b) a Xerox,
c) a scanner.
5. What should a PC user have to subscribe to a public e-mail network?
a) modem and scanner,
b) modem and telephone,
c) telephone and printer.

IV. Here are some dictionary definitions of words from the text. Each word has more than one definition. Choose the definition that fits each of the words in the text best.
1) program a) a scheduled radio or television broadcast,
b) a sequence of instructions fed into a computer.
2) office a) a room or building where business is carried out,
b) a position of authority.
3) satellite a) a planet orbiting another,
b) a man-made object orbiting the earth, moon, etc.
4) address a) a place where a person resides,
b) a specific memory location where information is stored.

V. Find words and expressions which mean the same as the following.
!!!1) correspondence (mail) ?еще
2) apparatus (equipment)
!!!3) to contain (keep) в тексте ищем.
4) to allow (permit)
5) to keep (store)

VI. Make up an outline of the text (7-9 sentences).

1) The computer has virtually taken the place of typewriters, calculators, and manual accounting techniques and is rapidly taking over graphics design, production scheduling, and engineering design.
2) The local area network (LAN) was created to the need for a standardized system of linking computers together in a company.
3) The most common method used to connect computers to a network is by means of coaxial cables.
4) When computers are not in close physical proximity, networks may use microwave radio or infrared radiation to link the computers.
5) The usefulness of the peripheral device known as the modem, permit two computers to communicate by telephone order to access databases, transmit files, upload and download facsimile transmissions, and send and receive electronic mail.
6) Scanners obviate the need rekey printed text in order to input it; they can also be used to input graphic material.
7) E-mail has become a key part of the communications networks of most modern office.
8) To connect with other PC users an individual PC user needs only a modem and telephone to send and receive written or vocal messages.

Выполнить работу над ошибками! Сразу после контрольной . В тексте ничего не исправлять. Например:
Задание 1.5. …..
и т.д.

Работа над ошибками
Задание 1.
5. Bill … about his answer during the lunch break. Повторите употребление времен.
A. had been thinking B. thought
Задание 3.
2. E-mail services use a central computer to store messages and data and to route them to their intended destination.
to store - инфинитив (Infinitive).
Intended- причастием прошедшего времени (Participle II).
Обслуживание электронной почты (E-mail сервис) использует центральный (головной) компьютер, чтобы хранить сообщения и информацию(данные) и направлять их в назначенное направление.
3. The computer is rapidly taking over graphics design, production scheduling, and engineering design.
taking- причастием прошедшего времени (Participle II)
III. Choose the best answer to these questions according to the text.
2. What may networks use to link computers, which are not in direct closeness?
d) optical fiber connections,
e) telephone and communications – satellite linkage,
f) microwave radio and infrared radiation.

V. Find words and expressions which mean the same as the following.
1) correspondence (mail, facsimile transmission,FAX, telecommunications)
3) to contain (keep,to store)
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