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Автор конспекта:
Автор(ы): — Вебер Лариса

Регион: — Новосибирская сфера

Характеристика конспекта:
Уровни образования: — среднее профессиональное строительство

Предмет(ы): — Английский телугу

Целевая аудитория: — Учащийся (студент)

Тип ресурса: — велоэрготест

Краткое описание ресурса: — Тесты по стилистике английского языка, предназначенные про студентов специальности Иностранный язык.

Экзаменационный велоэрготест

Основы стилистики английского языка

1 вариант

1. Jargon words are used within a certain professional group.

a) to facilitate the communication;

b) to show that the speaker also belongs to this group;

c) to stress the informal character of communication.

2. Slang is used

a) to show that the speaker shares the same idea as are possessed by his communicants;

b) to make speech more expressive;

c) to produce humorous effect.

3. A word or a group of words giving an expressive characterization of the object described
is

a) metaphor;

b) simile;

c) epithet.

4. The sentence "I would give you the whole world to know " contains

a) zeugma;

b) hyperbole;

c) inversion.

5. … joins two antonymous words into one syntagma.

6. Metonymy is

a) ,a description of an object;

b) a transfer of a name of one object to another with which it is in some way connected;

c) a comparison of two things.

7. A sentence where one of the main members is omitted is

a) rhetorical question;

b) parallelism;

c) elliptical sentence.

8. In the sentence "I went out and caught the boy and shook him until his freckles rattled we
come across"

a) metonymy;

b) hyperbole;

c) metaphor.

9. The stylistic device in the sentence "A dead leaf fell in Soapy’s lap." That was Jack
Frost’s card. Jack is kind to the regular denizens of Madison Square, and gives fair warning
of his annual call is

a) personification;

b) metaphor;

c) metonymy.

10. The sentences belonging to the style of technical instruction are:
a) Turn it clockwise to turn up the volume.

b) Turn it counter-clockwise to reduce the deep bass.

c) Press "Time check" to display the present time.

d) We mustn’t be too extravagant with the electricity.

e) The British flying Saucer Bureau is closing after UFO activities for nearly 50 years.

11. The sentences belonging to the newspaper style are

a) The former ambassador to Britain had been arrested in Chile.

b) A Syrian official called for abolishing the border with Lebanon.

c) Rain fell in dark diagonals across the summer lawn.

d) My grandfather’s house lay on top of a small hill.

12. The sentence "In the quietness of these winter evenings there is one clock: the sea" belongs to the….style.

13. The sentence "an explosion in the mine has resulted in the deaths of 20people" belongs to the…style.

14. The sentence "I’m writing in connection with your account" is typical of…

15. The colloquial (informal) structures are:

a) Alice remembers who she saw yesterday.

b) Alice remembers whom she saw yesterday.

c) Harry can’t remember where he left his books.

d) Harry cannot remember where he left his books.

e) Why did you do that?

f) What did you do that for?


16.Match the examples and Stylistic Devices

a) Fine open-faced boy

b) The hall applauded

c) He took his hat and his leave

d) She was a damned nice woman

17. Match functional styles and substyles.

a) The belles-lettres style

b) Publicistic style

c) Newspapers

d) Scientific prose

e) Official documents


1. zeugma

2. epithet

3. metonymy

4. oxymoron

1. Articles

2. business documents

3. the drama

4. Brief News Items



2 вариант

1. Terms belong to

a) super neutral vocabulary;

b) the bulk of neutral words;

c) sub-neutral vocabulary.

2. If bookish words are used in colloquial context

a) they elevate the speech;

b) they produce humorous effect;

c) they characterize the speaker as a well-educated person.

3. A delibarate exaggeration of some quantity or quality is

a) hyperbole;

b) metonymy;

c) metaphor.

4. The sentence "The long arm of the law will catch him in the end" contains

a) hyperbole;

b) epithet;

c) persomfication.

5……. - the context allows to realize two meanings of the same polysemantic words without

the repetition of the word itself.

6. Inversion is

a) broken word order;

b) play on words;

c) a trasfer of the name of one object to another.

7. A description of an object or an idea as if it were a human being is .

a) epithet;

b) similie;

c) personification.

8. In the sentence "Bill and me figured that Ebenezer would melt down for a ransom of two
thousand dollars to a cent" we come across

a) metonymy;

b) metaphor;

c) similie.

9. The stylistic device in the sentence "Bill gets down on his all fours, and a look comes in
his eye like a rabbit’s when you catch it in a trap" is

a) similie;

b) epithet;

c) irony.

10. The sentences belonging to the newspaper style are:

a) Home Secretary Leon Britain is set to announce a major new crackdown on crime.

b) The government position has been weakened by a recent corruption case.

c) An explosion in the mine has resulted in the deaths of 20 people.

d) Residents can use the gym and swimming-pool at no extra cost.

e) Myra and Paul decided to give an extravagant dinner.

11. The sentences belonging to the belles-lettres style are:

a) I did not see George again till just before my death, five years ago.

b) In the quietness of these winter evenings there is one clock: the sea.

c) To be or not to be-that is the question.

d) Press the knob "Display"

e) Turn the unit "Off

12.The style of the sentence "Ice will form water atO C"-…

13. The sentence "Police believe the robbers may have had inside information" can be
in the…. article

14. The text of constitution represents the … style.

15. The literary (formal) structures are:

a) Paul’s brother is older than he is.

b) Paul’s brother is older than him.

c) Who is it? — It’s Arthur.

d) Who is it? — It’s him.

e) Why did you ask that?

16. Match the examples and Stylistic Devices.

a) She had her breakfast and her bath 1. rhetorical question

b) I hear your voice-it’s like an angel’s sigh. 2. personification.

c) England has two eyes, Oxford and Cambridge. 3. zeugma. They are the two eyes of England, and two intellectual eyes 4. similie

d) Why can we not fly?

17.Match functional styles and substyles.

a) emotional prose 1. the belles-lettres style

b) advertisements 2. publicistic style

c) the essay 3. Newspapers

d) military documents 4. scientific prose

5". official documents


3 вариант

1. Indicate the sentence, which constitutes a simile:

a) "She writes novels as Agatha Cristie"; :

b) "She is as talkative as a parrot"-,

c) "She sings like Madonna".

2. Archaisms may be used in a literary text.

a) to show that the speaker is attacked to usage of unusual words;

b) create the historic atmosphere;

c) to produce humorous effect

3. A trasfer of the name of one object to another with which it is in some way connected is

a) personification;

b) metonymy;

c) metaphor.

4. The sentence "Mr. Boffin looked full at the man, and the man looked full at Mr. Boffin"
contains

a) chiasmus;

b) pun;

c) zeugma.

5. …presents identical structure of two or more successive clauses or sentences.

6. Rhetorical question is

a) a statement in the form of a question which needs no answer;

b) a sentence where one member is omitted;

c) a comparison of two things.

7. A comparison of two things which are quite different, but which have one important
quality in common is

a) epithet;

b) zeugma;

c) similie.

8. In sentence "I never lost my nerve yet till we kidnapped that two-legged skyrocket of a
kid" we come across

a) metaphor;

b) epithet;

c) similie.

9. The stylistic device in the sentence "There was a town down there, as flat as a flannel-
cake, and called Summit, of course" is

a) similie;

b) periphrasis;

c) irony/

10. The phrases belonging to the style of technical instruction are:

a) Pull out the telescopic antenna

b) Press the knob "Display"

c) Turn the unit "Off

d) Take a teaspoon of sugar

e) Sprinkle fish with lemon.

11. The sentences belonging to the style of technical instruction are:

a) Turn it clockwise to turn up the volume.

b) Turn it counter-clockwise to reduce the deep bass.

c) Press "Time check" to display the present time.

d) We mustn’t be too extravagant with the electricity. .

e) The British flying Saucer Bureau is closing after UFO activities for nearly 50 years.

12. The text of constitution represents the… style.

13. The sentence "I’m writing in connection with your account" is typical of….

14. The sentence "In the quietness of these winter evenings there is one clock: the sea" belongs to the …. style.

15. The phrases belonging to scientific prose style are:

a) Meters and indicators for synchronizing…….

b) Two potential transformers BPT-1 and BPT-2….

c) The Coalition of Labour Union sponsored the meeting…

d) Thousands of working people lobbied Congress for legislation…

e) Kenneth is a cocky fellow, who remembers getting drunk at college….


16. Match the examples and Stylistic Devices.

a) The long arm of the law will catch him in the end

b) Passage after passage did he explore; room after room did he peep into

c) The kettle boiled

d) "Very windy, isn’t it?"- "Very"


1. metonymy elliptical

2. sentence

3. parallelism

4. personification



17. Match the functional styles and substyles.

a) Publicistic Style

b) Newspaper

c) the Belles-lettres Style

d) official documents

e) scientific prose


1. poetry

2. oratory

3. headlines

4. legal documents


Keys

l.b,c

l.c

1. b, с

2. a, b

2. a,c

2.b

3. с

3. a

3.b

4.b

4. с

4. a

5. oxymoron

5. zeugma

5. parallelism

6.b

6. a

6. a

7. с

l.c

7. с

8.b

8.b

8.b

9. a

9. a

9. a

10. a, b, с

10. a,b,c -

10. a, b, с

11. a, b

11. a, b, с

11. a, b, с

12. belles-lettres

12. scientific

12.official

13. newspaper

13. newspaper

documents

14.bisiness letter

14.official

13. business letter

15. а, с, e

documents

14.bells - letters

16. a-2

15. a,c,e

15. a, b

b-3

16. a-3, b - 4, с -

16. a-4, b-3, с

c-1

2,d-l

-1, d -2

d-4

17. a — 1, b-3, с

17. c-1, a-2, b

17. a-3

-2,d-5.

-3, d - 4

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