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Юрова Вероника Ивановна

Прослушайте аудиозапись к заданиям А1-А7 и завершите следующие условные предложения.

1. If you are young and want to meet your friends, there are ...

2. If you go dune-bashing, it means ...

3. If you climb the Table Mountain, ...

4. If you are not scared of heights, ...

5. If you are in the heart of the city, ...

6. If you come to Cape Town in July, ...

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Задание А1-А7. Аудиотекст. Жирным шрифтом выделены ключевые слова

Вы услышите интервью, которое журналист взял у девушки из Южной Африки. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений А1 А7 соответствуют содержанию текста (1 True), какие не сответствуют (2 False) и о чем в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 - Not stated). Обведите номер выбранного вами варианта
. Вы услышите запись дважды. У вас есть 20 секунд, чтобы ознакомиться с заданием.  

A1. You can  meet your friends in large shopping centres and cafes.

      1)True           2) False        3) Not stated      

A2. Dune-bashing means driving along the beach in the dunes.

      1)True           2) False        3) Not stated     

A3. You can see the city from Table Mountain only in sunny weather.

      1)True           2) False        3) Not stated 

A4. If you have fear of heights, take a cable car to get to the top of the Table Mountain.

     1)True           2) False        3) Not stated

A5. Dassie is an African mouse.

     1)True           2) False        3) Not stated 

A6. Cape Town is not completely safe.

     1)True           2) False        3) Not stated    

A7. If you go to South Africa in July, don`t forget to take warm clothes.

     1)True           2) False        3) Not stated     

Interviewer:   Hi Jane! Can you tell our readers why you love living in Cape Town ?

Jane: Yes! Well, this June thousands of football fans came to our city to watch the World Cup. But there's more to the country than football. There are always fun things to do, day and night, especially if you are young. There are malls and coffee shops where you can just relax with your friends. We also have go-karting, ice-skating and dune-bashing.

Interviewer:   What is dune-bashing? Can you tell me more about it?

Jane:   Dune-bashing is riding three-wheel bikes through the sand dunes on the beaches.

Interviewer:  What is the one thing I should see?

Jane:   You should really go and see Table Mountain. You can see the city from up there. Take the cable car if you are not scared of heights. You will see a really cute animal that lives there — the dassie.

Interviewer:   What kind of animal is it?

Jane:  Actually it is quite small and looks like a large mouse. But although it just resembles a mouse they say that in origin it is closer to an elephant!

Interviewer:   What other animals live in Cape Town?

Jane: If you are in the heart of the city, you don't have to worry about any of the animals, maybe, just stray dogs and cats. In the countryside you have to be careful — there are lions and leopards!

Interviewer:   Is it true there is a lot of crime? Is Cape Town safe? Jane:   Like in any big city, I wouldn't suggest walking around late at night but don't let that stop you from coming here. Interviewer:   Is it really hot? Shall I bring all my summer clothes if I come in July?

Jane:   No! In July it's winter here so I suggest you pack your winter clothes but our winter isn't as cold as a winter in Europe, so a jacket or jumper will keep you warm on a mild winter's day.

Keys: A1-1, A2-2, A3-3, A4-2, A5-2, A6-1, A7-1.

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