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костюмированная вечеринка

Задание 39 ЕГЭ 2015 Демоверсия ФИПИ (Costume Parties)

На этой странице Вы можете ознакомиться с вариантами выполнения Задания 39 из Демоверсии ФИПИ за 2015 год. Все письма о костюмированных вечеринках (Halloween) были написаны моими учениками и публикуются на сайте с их любезного разрешения. Задание 39 относится к заданию базового уровня из раздела «Письмо» на ЕГЭ по английскому языку.

Прежде чем приступать к выполнению Задания 39, ознакомьтесь с правилами написания писем личного характера, прочитав статью «Готовимся к ЕГЭ. Как правильно написать личное письмо» ( см. страницу «Карта сайта» )

Внимание!

При загрузке контента на сайт, адрес в письме появляется слева. Помните, что согласно правилам написания личного письма в английском языке, Вы должны писать свой адрес в правом верхнем углу!

ЕГЭ 2015 Демонстрационный вариант ФИПИ, 11 класс 

Задание 39 вариант 1

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Nancy who

writes:

… This year we had a school costume party for Halloween. It was a big success. What costume would you fancy wearing to a costume party? What would you rather do: make a costume yourself or buy one, and why? What do you think of costume parties in general?

    Our history teacher is taking us to a museum for a field trip next week …

 

Write a letter to Nancy.

In your letter

—   answer her questions

—   ask 3 questions about the museum

Write 100–140 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

 

 

Pyatnitskoe

Russia

07/11/15

 

Dear Nancy,

It was nice to get a letter from you. How are you now?

I think it is wonderful that you had a school costume party for Halloween! Unfortunately, we don’t celebrate this holiday in Russia, but it might be very interesting. I would prefer to wear a witch costume for this party.

To tell the truth, I’m all fingers and thumbs that’s why I would rather buy my fancy dress. As for me, I like the idea of holding costume parties because they give us a chance to relax, make our life bright and more exciting.

Sounds great you’re going to visit a museum! Where is it situated? It is a historical museum, isn’t it? What exhibits would you like to see there?

I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

Love,

Darya (138)

 

Would rather + infinitive without TO   e.g. I would rather buy my fancy dress.

But: would prefer + to do something   e.g. I would prefer to wear a witch costume.

to be all fingers and thumbs — быть неуклюжим

 

Задание 39 вариант 2

 

Yutanovka

Russia

 

05/02/2015

Dear Nancy,

Hi! Thank you for your letter.

Well, unfortunately we rarely hold parties at school but if it was a dark party, I would wear a costume of a shadow hunter. I would rather make a costume myself because it’s a great chance to create my personal design. I think that to organize costume parties is a wonderful idea because people look much more different than in ordinary life. A costume contest with prizes can liven your party up. What is more, it is fascinating to guess who is who behind the mask.

How lucky you are! It might be amazing to visit a museum in the open air.

By the way, what sorts of activities are you going to do there? Is it far from your school?  The admission is  free, isn't it?

Write back soon.

Love,

Christina (143)

 

Задание 39 вариант 3

 

Belgorod

Russia

 

23/02/15

 

Dear Nancy,

Hi! I received a letter from you a couple of weeks ago.  Thanks for it. Please, excuse my tardy reply, but I was very busy with my Chemistry project at school.

Well, I think that costume parties are a good way to have lots of fun and show how gifted you are. You can impress your classmates with your performing, singing or dancing.

As for me, I would prefer to wear a costume of Cheshire Cat from “Alice in Wonderland” because he always smiles and tells funny and sometimes philosophic stories. I like it.

I’d rather do it on my own as my hobby is handicraft and I enjoy bringing some crazy ideas to life.

By the way, are you going to the museum after classes? How much are the tickets? Is taking pictures allowed?

Best wishes.

Love,

Dasha (143)

Sample Questions

  1. Where is the museum situated?
  2. It is a historical museum, isn’t it?
  3. Is it an open air museum?
  4. Is it far from your school?
  5. Will you go there on foot or by bus?
  6. How can you get there?
  7. Are there any discounts for students?
  8. What is the admission fee to the museum?
  9. The admission to the museum is free, isn’t it?
  10. Do you often go to museums as class activities?
  11. You can take pictures there, can’t you?
  12. Taking pictures is allowed, isn’t it?
  13. What sorts of activities are you going to do there?
  14. Do you go to the museum instead you classes at school?
  15. How long will the trip last?
  16. Do the tickets cost much? / Are the tickets expensive?

костюмированная вечеринка

Halloween Costume Party

What about you?

Do you fancy the idea of taking part in a costume party?

 

 

Коляда

Задание 39 Письма о праздновании Рождества

На этой странице Вашему вниманию предлагается подборка писем о праздновании Рождества и Нового года в России, написанных моими учениками. Задание 39 относится к заданию базового уровня из раздела Письмо на ЕГЭ по английскому языку.  Задания взяты из пособия Е. С. Музлановой "Английский язык. Экспресс-репетитор для подготовки к ЕГЭ: «Письмо» ООО «Издательство Астрель», 2012 г. и пособия под редакцией Л.И. Романовой «ЕГЭ Английский язык Письмо», Айрис-Пресс, Москва, 2009.

Прежде чем приступать к выполнению Задания 39, ознакомьтесь с правилами написания писем личного характера, прочитав статью «Готовимся к ЕГЭ. Как правильно написать личное письмо» (см. Карту Сайта)

Внимание! 

При загрузке контента на сайт, адрес в письме появляется слева. Помните, что согласно правилам написания личного письма в английском языке, Вы должны писать свой адрес в правом верхнем углу!

Задание 39

This is an extract from your pen friend’s postcard.

I’m having a busy time at the moment as I have to write lots of Christmas cards to all my friends and relative. Do you celebrate Christmas in Russia? What holidays are celebrated in your country? What is your favourite holiday? How do you celebrate it?

  Well, I’d better go now. I’ve to help mum with cooking.

  I can’t wait to hear from you.

  Lots of love,

 Jackie

 

Write back to Jackie.

In your letter

  • answer her questions about Russian holidays
  • ask 3 questions about British holidays

 

Tishanka

Russia

06/02/11

Dear Jackie,

Thanks for your letter. I’m awfully sorry for not replying sooner.

Frankly speaking, Christmas which is celebrated on the 7 of January in our country, isn’t so popular as New Year’s Day.  At Christmas night lots of people go to church to mark the birth of Jesus Christ. Children enjoy singing carols. As my father is a priest in the local church, I always help him in the altar during the mass. I like Christmas best of all because the solemn moments of the holiday make me feel happy.

We also celebrate Women’s Day, Easter, Victory Day, Day of People’s Unity and Independence Day.

By the way, how do you celebrate Easter in Britain? Are there any Halloween traditions you don’t like? When do you mark Mothers’ Day?

Look forward to hearing from you.

Love,

Denis (141)

 

Задание 39

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Paul who writes

We had a lot of fun on April Fools’ Day. Do you have the same holiday in Russia? Could you tell me please about Russian holidays?

    I changed the make of my mobile telephone and bought Nokia…

 

Write a letter to Paul.

In your letter:

  • tell him about Russian holidays
  • ask 3 questions about his new mobile telephone

Write 100 – 140 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

Volokonovka

Russia

30/01/13

Dear Paul,

Thank you for your letter.  I hope all’s going well.

You know, we don’t actually celebrate April Fools’ Day but sometimes we play pranks on our classmates and friends.

As for Russian holidays, the most popular among them are New Year’s Day and Christmas. We usually decorate a New Year tree, send colourful e-cards and give presents to our friends and relatives. New Year’s Day is considered to be a family holiday that’s why most people stay at home to see the New Year in.

Also we celebrate Women’s Day, Victory Day and Independence Day. You may attend concerts and fireworks that take place in many cities throughout the country.

It’s great you’ve got a new phone! Is it a touch screen smartphone? Can you email from it? What options does your new phone have?

Write me soon.

Love,

Sofia  (145)

Sample Questions

  1. Is it the latest model of Nokia?
  2. What options does it have?
  3. Is it a slider or a classic model?
  4. Does it have many apps? (applications – приложения)
  5. Is there a dual SIM-card in your new phone?
  6. What colour phone did you buy? / What is the colour of your new phone?
  7. Why did you buy this particular phone model?
  8. Does it operate faster and more stable than your old phone?
  9. Does it often slow down?
  10. Is it a modern touch screen smartphone?
  11. It helps you to be in the loop, doesn’t it?
  12. Can you email from your phone?
  13. What is the capacity of the battery?
  14. What accessories have you bought with your phone?
  15. Have you got GPS navigation on your new phone?

Коляда

Kolyada

Задание 39

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Jane who writes

…I am taking my final tests at school. Then I will have Christmas holiday…

  …Yesterday we went shopping. I bought Christmas presents for my relatives and friends. There were so many people everywhere. How do you usually celebrate Christmas?

Write a letter to Jane.

In your letter:

  • tell her about New Year and Christmas celebration in Russia
  • ask 3 questions about English traditions of observing Christmas

Write 100 – 140 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

Volokonovka

Russia

04/01/12

Dear Jane,

Thanks for your letter. It is nice to hear from you again.

It’s great Christmas is coming! Do you know that in Russia we celebrate it on 7 January? Church-goers and common people head to church at Christmas night. Children go from door to door singing Christmas carols and people give them sweets, fruit and some money. Kutya is a traditional Christmas dish in Russia.

But lots of people like New Year’s celebrations most of all. They decorate a fir-tree, send greeting cards and give presents to their nearest and dearest. New Year's Day is strongly connected with «Olivye» slad and tangerines in people's minds. Children have New Year parties at school too.

By the way, what is Boxing Day? Do you know any Christmas carols? Do you still believe in Santa Claus?

Keep in touch.

Love,

Irina (143)

Sample Questions

  1. You usually celebrate Christmas on 25 December, don’t you?
  2. Why do children hang up stockings on their beds at Christmas?
  3. Do you send Christmas post cards or e-cards to your friends?
  4. What is the traditional Christmas dish in Great Britain?
  5. How many ingredients do you need to make the Christmas pudding?
  6. What is Boxing Day? / When do you celebrate Boxing Day?
  7. Do you know any Christmas carols?
  8. Where is the main Christmas Tree in London?
  9. In Great Britain people prefer to decorate an artificial Christmas tree nowadays, don’t they?
  10. Do you still believe in Santa Claus?

 

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