ЕГЭ 2024. Экзаменационная работа по английскому языку состоит из четырёх разделов («Аудирование», «Чтение», «Грамматика и лексика», «Письмо»), включающих в себя 38 заданий. На выполнение экзаменационной работы отводится 3 часа 10 минут (190 минут).
Пробный вариант составлен на основе официальной демоверсии от ФИПИ за 2024 год.
В конце варианта приведены правильные ответы ко всем заданиям. Вы можете свериться с ними и найти у себя ошибки.
1. 1. Every one gathers near the town’s main road for this custom.
2. On this day, organisers provide amazing displays in the night sky.
3. It is customary during this time for family to gather for a big meal.
4. These days, it’s commonplace to pay your own way when dining out.
5. Sometimes local customs can be replaced by international behaviour.
6. In some cultures, the floor is appropriate seating for a meal.
7. It’s been to follow someone else’s lead if you don’t know a custom.
2. A. Jackie and her boyfriend have purchased an accommodation.
B. Jackie and Simon seem to split up soon.
C. Jackie teaches economics at the University.
D. David rents a flat.
E. Jackie’s flat was quite expensive.
F. Jackie’s boyfriend works in a bank.
G. The two couples will have lunch out of town.
3. Аlan has chosen his job because of…
1) his ability to play the guitar.
2) his ability to sing.
3) his passion to rock-and-roll
4. A lot of people at the end of 50-s thought that…
1) rock-and-roll died.
2) rock-and-roll survived.
3) rock-and-roll prospered
5. They talked about…
1) the famous politics.
2) the famous actors.
3) the famous singers.
6. The situation in pop music was improved by…
1) American singers.
2) British singers.
3) German singers
A. The Salem Witch Museum brings you back to Salem of 1692 for a dramatic overview of the Witch Trials, including stage sets with life-size figures, lighting and a narration. There is also a possibility to go on a candlelight tour to four selected homes. The museum is open all year round and closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Salem is also famous for its Haunted Happenings, a 24-day Halloween festival.
B. The DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum opened its doors in 1995, and has one of the largest collections of shipwreck and recovered artifacts in the Mid-Atlantic. It contains about 10,000 artifacts from local and worldwide locations, including an intact blown-glass hourglass from a 200-year-old shipwreck, which is also the world’s deepest wooden wreck at the heart of the Bermuda Triangle.
C. The Seashore Trolley Museum is the oldest and largest electric railway museum in the world. It was founded in 1939 with one open trolley car, No. 31 from the
Biddeford & Saco Railroad Company. The Seashore Trolley Museum contains over 250 transit vehicles, mostly trolleys, from the United States, Canada and abroad. Visitors can even take a trip along the Maine countryside aboard a restored early-1900s electric streetcar.
D. American Hop Museum is dedicated to the brewing industry and located in the heart of the Yakima Valley’s hop fields, which gather the best harvest for producing beer. It chronicles the American hop industry from the New England colonies to its expansion into California and the Pacific Northwest, and includes historical equipment, photos and artifacts that pay tribute to hop, the everlasting vine that is still an integral part of the brewing industry.
E. The Money Museum in Colorado Springs is America’s largest museum dedicated to numismatics (the study of collecting coins and metals). The collection contains over 250,000 items from the earliest invention of money to modern day, with items including paper money, coins, tokens, medals, and traditional money from all over the world. Highlights include the 1804 dollar, the 1913 V Nickel, the 1866 no motto series, a comprehensive collection of American gold coins, and experimental pattern coins and paper money.
F. The Kenneth G. Fiske Museum of Musical Instruments in California has one of the most diverse collections of musical instruments in the United States. This museum is home to over 1,400 American, European and ethnic instruments from the 17th–20th centuries. Selections from all parts of the world also include keyboards, brass, woodwind, stringed, percussion, mechanical and electronic instruments. Other highlights are rare pieces from the violin and viola families, reed organs and instruments from the Orient and Tibet.
G. The Hammer Museum in Alaska is the world’s first museum dedicated to hammers. The Museum provides a view of the past through the use of man’s first tool. You will find over 1500 hammers on display, ranging from ancient times to the present. The museum does not have any paid staff, and it is run by volunteers. This quaint and quirky museum is an interesting and informative stop for the whole family.