You will need
- Benefits to prepare for the GIA in the Russian language
To prepare for the DPA it is best to buy two or three manuals with demonstration and step-by-step analyses of the answers. One is not enough, because different authors have different approaches to the task. Follow the options one by one, check the correct answers and written work ask them to check the parents and teachers of the Russian language.
The first part of the GIA in the Russian language – a brief summary of the listened text. The volume of the presentation – at least 70 words, but the high setting doesn't. In any case, to write too long text is not necessary – it is time consuming and is not welcome the inspectors, after all, your aim is to briefly and accurately explain the essence of the text. In the text three paragraphs, each has its own topics. You will need to determine how the topics in each paragraph, and the topic of the whole text. Be grammatically correct and avoid grammatical errors. The text of the presentation should be coherent, composite smooth and solid. Also take into account the student ability to compress the text, so practice in it.
In the second part of the exam you will be offered a text in which each sentence is numbered. Assignments A1-A7 have 4 possible answers. All jobs based on the meaning of the text read. You should be able to understand the meaning of reading, and that, in General, the main condition for the execution of tasks. Carefully read the task and offer, try to build a logical connection. Also in this part there are questions on the understanding of the meaning of words at the semantic synonymy. To implement them will be easy, if you understand what is referred to in the proposal. Tasks under the letter B is somewhat more complicated – there is no choice of answers. They all test your knowledge of syntax and punctuation. Before the exam, repeat simple and complex sentences, punctuation, grammatical concept on the basis of homogeneous members of the proposals and methods of communication of words in a sentence.
The third part of the exam is short essay on one of the two proposed topics. One always relates to some language phenomena, the other – read text. The text should serve to support the arguments for one as for another topic. If you feel that you find it easier to reflect on linguistic topics, feel free to choose the first option if they gives you with difficulty, then the second. Evaluation criteria for essays are: there should not be actual errors associated with the understanding of the text, the answer must be theoretically justified; given two arguments in proof of his point of view; the text of the composite is smooth, with no errors in the build. The absence of any item lowers your rating.