Конкурс переводчиков по английскому языку 3-4 класс
Тема конкурса - «Читатели и писатели», посвящена Году литературы в России.
Всего конкурсных заданий - семь. Правильные ответы в заданиях оцениваются в один балл.
Для ответов используй специальный бланк (Answer sheet), в который впиши свои фамилию, имя, класс и вноси свои варианты ответов.
Task 1. Match the writer to his / her pseudonym.
a) S. L. Clemens
b) H. L. Goff
c) Ch. L. Dodgson
d) J. G. Chaney
e) W. S. Porter
f) C. Lorenzini
Task 2. Assemble the title of a fairy tale by joining its two parts. You get 1 point for each right variant.
a) Riding Hood
b) and the Crane
c) and Gretel
Task 3. Put the jumbled letters (you can see them on the left) in the logical order to make a surname of a fairy tale writer. The capital letter is the first letter of a surname. You get 1 point for the right name. After that match the name to the country the author comes from. You get 1 more point for each right choice.
2) H f u f a
b) Great Britain
3) u i P h n s k
A n n s
r P t l
Task 4. Three children Bob, Jane and Sarah like different fairy tales. They are Winnie-the-Pooh, The Frog Prince and Alice in Wonderland. Guess who likes what fairy tale if Jane doesn’t like Alice in Wonderland. Alice in Wonderland and Winnie-the-Pooh aren’t favourite books of Sarah. For each correct
match you get 2 points.
Task 5. Read the text and do the task following the text.
Pe Peter Pan
If you ask your mother if she knew about Peter Pan when she was a little girl, she will say, “Why, of course, I did.” And if you ask her if he rode on a goat in those days, she will say, “What a foolish question to ask. Certainly, he did.”
Then if you ask your grandmother if she knew about Peter Pan when she was a little girl, she will also say, “Why, of course I did, child.” But if you ask her if he rode on a goat in those days, she will say that she never heard that he had a goat. Perhaps she has just forgotten.
Конкурсные задания для учащихся 3-4-х классов
Goat or no goat it shows that Peter is very old but really he is always the same age. His age is one week. When he was seven days old, he went out of the window and flew to Kensington Gardens. If you think that he was the only young child who wanted to do this it shows how you have forgotten your own young days. Think very hard and you will remember that you wanted to go back to the trees just as the birds.
When Peter Pan stood on the windowsill he could see the trees in Kensington Gardens. When he saw them he forgot that he was a little boy in pyjamas and he started to fly. He flew over the houses to the gardens. He came down on the grass and started to play. He already didn’t know that he was a little boy. He thought that he was a bird. When he tried to catch a fly he couldn’t because he tried with his hand which a bird never does. He saw a lot of fairies. They were all very busy and didn’t see him. He was thirsty now, so he flew to the pond to have a drink. He tried to drink like a bird but forgot that he didn’t have a beak but a nose.
Then he wanted to sleep. At first it was hard to be comfortable on the branches of the trees but soon he fell asleep. He woke up in the night. Peter wanted to talk to the fairies but they all ran away and hid when he came near. They shouted, “There’s a boy in the park.” Peter never thought for a moment that he was a boy because he was a bird. He wanted to talk to the birds but he couldn’t find any. They all flew away. Every living thing ran away or flew away from him. He sat down and cried. But even if he thought he was a bird he didn’t sit as a bird does. Happily he didn’t know this and so he didn’t lose his faith in the fact that he could fly. Why can birds fly and we can’t? It is only because they have faith, because to have faith is to have wings.
Make the right choice using the text above. For every right choice you get 1 point.
When Peter Pan stood on the windowsill he could see
a) the pond in Kensington Gardens
b) the fairies in Kensington Gardens
c) the trees in Kensington Gardens
d) the birds in Kensington Gardens
When Peter Pan went out of the window he was
a) two years old
b) two months old
c) seven years old
d) seven days old
Peter Pan thought he was a
Peter Pan went to sleep
a) in the pond
b) on the grass
c) on the branches of the trees
Peter Pan cried because
a) nobody talked to him
b) he couldn’t sleep on the branches
c) he was a boy
Task 6. Read the text Peter Pan again and decide if each of the statements below is true or false. If a statement is correct, put the letter T (true), if it is not correct, put the letter F (false). For each correct answer you get 1 point.
Peter Pan was the only child who wanted to fly to Kensington Gardens.
Peter had two wings with which he could fly.
Peter was a week old.
He thought that he was a bird.
He flew to the pond and drank like a bird.
It was pleasant to sleep on the branches.
Nobody wanted to talk to him.
Peter was sad that the fairies left him.
Task 7. Answer the questions. Use the text. You get 2 points for each right answer.
How old is Peter Pan?
What do they say he rode on?
Who did he meet in Kensington Gardens?
Why did he cry?
Why could he fly like a bird?
Конкурсные задания для учащихся 3-4-х классов
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