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ЕГЭ 2015 Грамматика и лексика Демонстрационный вариант ФИПИ


В данной статье представлены задания из раздела 3 «Грамматика и лексика» из Демонстрационного варианта ФИПИ ЕГЭ 2015 г.

Демонстрационный вариант ЕГЭ 2015 г.


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Раздел 3 Грамматика и лексика

Данный раздел состоит из трех заданий.

Рекомендуемое время на выполнение данного раздела – 40 минут.

Максимальное количество баллов за верное выполнение всех заданий – 20 баллов.

Задания 19 – 25  

Задание на образование грамматических форм.

Максимальный балл– 7 баллов.

Прочитайте приведённые ниже тексты. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 19 – 25, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текстов. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 19 – 25.


                               Difficult landing

19 One airline had a policy that required the first officer to stand at

the door while the passengers exited. He smiled and thanked them

for  ______________  the airline.                                                                    FLY


20 A pilot on this airline landed his plane into the runway really

hard. He thought that passengers  ____________  angry comments.              HAVE


21 However, it seemed that all of  ____________  were too shocked             THEY

to say anything. Finally, everyone got off except for a little old lady.

She said, ‘Can I ask you a question?’ ‘Yes, Madam,’ said the pilot.

‘What was it?’ the lady asked, ‘Did we land or were we shot down?’



22 The Alhambra is a palace and fortress in Granada. It _________              BUILD

between 1238 and 1358 at the end of Muslim rule in Spain. Despite

the development that followed the Christian conquest, it still looks

like a medieval Moorish settlement.


23 Since the Middle Ages, the Alhambra  _________ as a remarkable           SURVIVE

example of a Spanish-Moorish town. As most fortresses of that time,

it has a surrounding wall, but it looks fairly weak.


24 Later it  __________  the kings of Granada and was just supposed           NOT DEFEND

to offer nice views.


25 Today, the Alhambra  ____________  to be one of the greatest                 CONSIDER

examples of Islamic architecture.


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Задания 26 – 31

Задания на контроль лексико-грамматических (словообразовательных) навыков.

Максимальный балл – 6 баллов.

Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Образуйте от слов, напечатанных заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 26 – 31, однокоренные слова так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами. Каждый пропуск соответствует отдельному заданию из группы 26 – 31.


                                        Victoria Falls

26 Before you even see the falls, you hear and feel them. As you walk

along the trail to the entrance, the sound of rumbling water sounds

in the background and  ________________ your face is hit with a              SUDDEN

breeze of humidity and mist.


27 At 2 km wide and 100 m tall, Victoria Falls is the world’s largest

curtain of falling water, and is twice the width and height of Niagara

Falls. Victoria Falls was formed from intense  ________________              VOLCANO

activity almost 200 million years ago.


28 As you approach Victoria Falls from the nearby town of Livingstone,

you first have to pass a larger-than-life statue of Livingstone, one of

the most  ________________  explorers.                                                     FAME


29 “Livingstone was the first  _______________  to see Victoria Falls             EUROPE

and then spread the word about them,” said Dr. Lawrence.


30 “Part of the reason the news of great waterfalls in central Africa was

so  _________________  in the middle of the 19th  century was that           EXCITE

many people thought that the centre of the continent was a desert,”

he added.


31 Dr. Lawrence is a lecturer at Scotland’s University of Edinburgh who

specialises in the history of science and _______________  in Africa.         EXPLORE


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Задания 32 – 38

Лексическое задание на множественный выбор

Максимальный балл – 7 баллов

Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами 32–38. Эти номера соответствуют заданиям 32–38, в которых представлены возможные варианты ответов. Запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.


                                                After the war

When the war ended I returned to Trinity College and was granted an extra year to complete my degree. 32 _______ my father and mother considered my grant at Trinity the highlight of the year, I thought Dad’s receiving an award from the Queen was more important.

The ceremony turned 33 _______ to be a double delight, because I was able to witness my old tutor, Professor Bradford, receive his award for the role he had played in the field of breaking German military codes 34 _______ the war. I was proud of our little team working under Professor Bradford – as Churchill stated in the House of Commons, we had probably cut the length of the war by a year.

We all met up afterwards for tea at the Ritz, and not unnaturally at some 35 _______ during the afternoon the conversation switched to what career I proposed to follow now the war was over. To my father’s credit he had never once 36 _______ that I should join him at the family company, especially as I knew how much he had longed for another son who might eventually 37 _______ his place. In fact, during the summer vacation I became even more conscious of my

good fortune, as Father seemed to be preoccupied with the business and Mother was unable to hide her own anxiety about the future of the company. But whenever I asked if I could help all she would 38 _______ was, “Don’t worry, it will all work out in the end.”


32 1) although           2) therefore           3) moreover           4) however



33 1) off                    2) into                    3) out                    4) over



34 1) until                 2) unless                 3) during               4) while



35 1) event               2) occasion             3) case                   4) point



36 1) offered           2) proposed             3) suggested          4) presented



37 1) take                2) hold                    3) keep                  4) make



38 1) tell                 2) speak                  3) talk                   4) say



По окончании выполнения заданий 19–38 не забудьте перенести свои ответы в БЛАНК ОТВЕТОВ № 1! Запишите ответ справа от номера соответствующего задания, начиная с первой клеточки. При переносе ответов в заданиях 19–31 буквы записываются без пробелов, запятых и других дополнительных символов. Каждую букву или цифру пишите в отдельной клеточке в соответствии с приведёнными в бланке образцами.


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© 2015 Федеральная служба по надзору в сфере образования и науки Российской Федерации


Предварительно выполнив самостоятельно  задания, проверьте себя по ключам:

Задания 19 – 25

19 flying

20 wouldhave

21 them

22 wasbuilt

23 hassurvived

24 didnotdefend / didn’t defend

25 isconsidered


Задания 26 – 31

26 suddenly

27 volcanic

28 famous

29 European

30 exciting



Задания 32 – 38  

32   1

33   3

34   4

35   4

36   3

37   1

38   4





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Раздел 2 Чтение

Задание 10


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. When we don’t sleep
  2. Not only for humans
  3. How dreaming helps
  4. When we dream
  5. Why dreams can be scary
  6. What we feel dreaming
  7. How we forget dreams
  8. How we remember dreams



Even though our dreams may feel like they last for hours and hours, we hardly spend more than two hours dreaming each night, which means a person spends a total of nearly six years dreaming throughout a lifetime. In general there are four phases of the sleep cycle and all dreaming occurs practically at the final phase. Each of these sleep cycles lasts approximately 60 to 90 minutes and may repeat several times throughout the night.


Anxiety is the most popular emotion experienced in dreams. Many people dream of falling, which is often connected to something in our lives that is going in the wrong direction. In addition, dreams of being chased are very common and are linked to avoidance. Also people report dreams about their teeth falling out, which is related to the words and communication we might have in real life.


Dreaming helps people make sense of the information and events that occur in their lives. Dreams play an important role in processing and remembering information that we absorb daily. Also, they help reduce stress and even solve problems. It’s very possible to work through real-life problems while dreaming at night. In addition, dreams provide a lot of important content and meaning that can be used to inspire and direct our lives during the day.


Nearly 5 to 10% of adults have nightmares. There are several reasons for it, for example when people start taking certain medications or when they withdraw from drugs. Some physical conditions, such as stress or illness, can also be a trigger. However, in some cases adults may have frequent nightmares that are unrelated to their everyday lives, which may signify that they are more creative, sensitive, and emotional than the average person.


There is no person who does not have dreams, but not everybody recalls them. The most vivid dreams happen during the Rapid Eye Movement sleep stage when the brain is extremely active and the eyes move back and forth quickly underneath the eyelids. Although dream recall varies from person to person, some people have little or no recollection of the content, and around 90% of dreams are gone following the first 10 minutes of waking up.


Scientists have found that animals also dream and their subconscious thoughts are connected to real experiences. Animals’ dreams are complex, containing long sequences of events. Animals’ brains share the same series of sleeping states as the brain of human beings. Analyzing animals’ dreams and the content of their dreams may help scientists treat memory disorders and develop new ways for people to learn and retain information more effectively.


Only five minutes after the end of a dream and half of the content is likely to vanish from our memories. It’s not that dreams aren’t important enough to keep in mind, but other things tend to get in the way. Dream researcher L. Strumpell believes that dreams disappear from our memories for a number of factors. For example, we may not recall dream images that lack intensity, association or repetition, which are usually needed for dream recall.



       A        B         C        D         E        F        G


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Задание 11

Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A–F частями предложений, обозначенными цифрами 1–7. Одна из частей в списке 1–7 лишняя. Занесите цифры, обозначающие соответствующие части предложений, в таблицу.


Promoting language learning

The European Union (EU) is committed to supporting the rights of its citizens to personal and professional mobility, and their ability to communicate with each other. It does so by A_____________________ to promote the teaching and learning of European languages. These programmes have at least one thing in common: they cover cross-border projects involving partners from two, and often three or more, EU countries. The EU programmes are designed to complement the national education policies of member countries. Each government is responsible for its own national education policy, B_____________________. What the EU programmes do is to create links between countries and regions via joint projects,

C_____________________. Since 2007 the main programmes have been put under the overall umbrella of the EU’s lifelong learning programme. All languages are eligible for support

under this programme: official languages, regional, minority and migrant languages, D_____________________. There are national information centres in each country, E_____________________. The cultural programmes of the EU also promote linguistic and cultural diversity in a number of ways. The “Media” programme funds the dubbing and

subtitling of European films for F _____________________. The “Culture” programme builds cross-cultural bridges by supporting the translation of modern authors into other EU languages.


  1. and the languages of the EU’s major trading partners
  2. which includes language teaching and learning
  3. cinemas and television in other EU countries
  4. which enhance the impact of language teaching and learning
  5. funding a number of educational programmes
  6. and encouraging people to learn new languages
  7. where details about the application procedures are given



          A           B           C           D           E           F


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Задания 12 – 18  

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания 12–18. В каждом задании запишите в поле ответа цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному Вами варианту ответа.


Space could solve water problems

Have you ever tasted saltwater? I guess you have and if so, you will agree with me that it’s not very refreshing. In fact, drinking more than a few cups worth can kill you.

According to the United States Geological Survey, whose mission is to collect and disseminate reliable, impartial, and timely information that is needed to understand the nation’s water resources, about ninety-seven percent of the water on our planet is saltwater; the rest is stored in lakes, rivers, glaciers and aquifers underground. Moreover, only about one-third of the world’s potential fresh water can be used for human needs. As pollution increases, the amount of usable water decreases.

Water is the most precious and taken-for-granted resource we have on Earth. It is also one of the most threatened resources. Increased population and possible climate change will put more and more strain on supplies of this vital resource as time goes on. What could we do in this situation? Though it may seem like science fiction, the solution could lie in outer space.

I’m not saying we’re going to be teleporting to a spring on the other side of the galaxy or colonizing another planet just to have longer showers – it’s much more mundane than that. What we could achieve realistically in this century is the successful use of the solar system’s rare metals and water, barring the invention of the matrix.

You may be surprised to learn that the metal in your keys, coins, cell phone, computer, car and everywhere else, originally came to this planet from space. When Earth formed, the heavy metals sank to the center and formed a solid core. The lighter elements formed the mantle and the crust we live on. Asteroids and comets that struck the Earth brought water and metals to the surface.

There are thousands of asteroids orbiting near Earth. Most asteroids are made of rock, but some are composed of metal, mostly nickel and iron. Probes could be sent out to these to identify useful ones. Then larger probes could push them towards the Earth where they can be handled in orbit.

In order to fuel ships and probes, we simply need to find a source of water, such as a comet or the surface of the moon. We collect the water and pass an electric current through it from a solar panel. The water separates into oxygen and hydrogen, which in liquid form is a powerful rocket fuel.

Is this really possible? We may soon find out. Private company SpaceX has already started delivering equipment to the International Space Station (ISS). The ISS is proof that countries once at each other’s throats, like America and Russia, can work together and pull off multi-billion dollar projects.

Recently, a company called Planetary Resources Inc. made the news for getting big names like Google and Microsoft to invest in exploring asteroids for material gain. Although it will take many decades, it is wise to put the gears in motion now.

We’ve already landed probes on the surface of asteroids and taken samples from them. We can put something as large as the ISS, which weighs just short of 500 tons, according to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), in orbit.

We can make a half-million-mile round-trip to get rocks from the moon. We can do all of these things already. They just need to be applied and developed in a smart way.

12. What problem is raised in the article?

1) Cooperation in space.

2) Threats of climate change.

3) Danger of drinking salt water.

4) Lack of water supplies on Earth.


13. According to the author, the information published in the US Geological Survey is

meant to …

1) assure the nation that there is still enough of usable water.

2) help to monitor the state of the country’s water resources.

3) demonstrate the quality of water the nation uses.

4) warn the public about the dangers of water pollution.


14. The author thinks that outer space …

1) is dangerous because of asteroids.

2) is a source of important supplies.

3) is not studied properly.

4) should be colonized.


15. According to the author, the space water sources may be used for …

1) fuel production.

2) water supplies for spaceships.

3) moon exploration.

4) the production of electricity.


16. The Google and Microsoft (paragraph 9) are mentioned to …

1) explain how Planetary Resources Inc. became famous.

2) prove that asteroids can be commercially attractive.

3) show that space research is important for computer science.

4) prove that asteroids can interfere with the Internet.


17. The expression “put the gears in motion” in “…it is wise to put the gears in

motion now” (paragraph 9) means …

1) to explore.

2) to begin.

3) to move.

4) to invest.


18. What idea is stressed in the last two paragraphs?

1) There is room for further achievements in space exploration.

2) Asteroids are unique objects for scientific research.

3) Only smart administration can manage space programs.

4) International Space Station is the heaviest object in space.



По окончании выполнения заданий 10–18 не забудьте перенести свои ответы в БЛАНК ОТВЕТОВ № 1! Запишите ответ справа от номера соответствующего задания, начиная с первой клеточки. При переносе ответов в заданиях 10 и 11 цифры записываются без пробелов, запятых и других дополнительных символов. Каждую цифру пишите в отдельной клеточке в соответствии с приведёнными в бланке образцами.


Проверьте себя по ключам.

Key answers: Task 10           4635827

Key answers: Task 11           524173

Key answers:

12   4

13   2

14   2

15   1

16   2

17   2

18   1


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