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Олимпиадные задания по английскому языку для 9 класса

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Олимпиадные задания по английскому языку. 9 класс.


Task  1 Complete the text with the correct forms of the verbs in brackets.

Ronald and Mary 1________ (drive) along a quite country road in Southern England. They 2________ (be) on the way to West berry. It 3_______ (be) nearly midnight. ‘Ron! Look over there! There 4_______ (be) something in the sky. What 5______ (be) it? - ‘I   6______   (not know) what it  7 ________(be). It  8______ (be) probably a plane.’ –‘I 9________ (not think) so, it 10______(be) too big an too bright.’-‘Oh, no!’-‘What’s matter?’ – ‘The engine 11_______ (stop)’.- ‘Why  12____it______(stop)?’- ‘I 13_______ (not know). I must 14 _________ (find) a garage.15________ (be) there one near here?’- ‘Yes,  there 16______ (be) one in the next village.  I 17________ (not be) sure if it 18 _______ (be) open. It 19 ______   (be) very late.’

        Suddenly there 20______ _(be) a loud noise and a big bright silver object 21 ______(fly low over their car.) It 22_______ (stop) in mid-air, 23 _________ (loom) round, then 24 _______ (fly) straight up into sky and 25_______(disappear).


(25 Scores)


Task 2.  Supply the articles if necessary

When I heard ___ knock at ___ door, I went to answer it and saw ___ woman in ___ green jacket standing outside. She said she was ___ member of ____ charity organization and was collecting ___  money for  ___ poor people. I asked her  ___ name of  ___ organization and she gave it to me. I didn’t recognize  ___ name.

She seemed  ___ very pleasant person, and we talked for  ___ long time. She said she liked helping  ___ other people. I decided to give her some money and left  ___ living room to look for my purse in  ___ bedroom.

I was out of  ___ room for  ___ couple of minutes. When I came back, ___woman had gone. ___ window was open. I looked out. There was no sign of  ___ woman, but  ___ green jacket was on  ___ grass. What  ___ strangething!

(25 Scores)

Task 3. Read the words and find their definitions.

1) to support a) someone who reads a lot

2) to ignore b) to demonstrate disagreement

3) to quarrel c) not to pay attention to

4) to avoid d) to save somebody

5) a fusser e) to keep away from something or somebody

6) a bookworm f) someone who worries a lot about everything

7) to rescue g) to help, to assist

(7 Scores)

Task 4. Arrange the words in pairs of antonyms.

calm

friendly

amusing

cheerful

clever

generous

hard-working

polite

sincere

patient

stupid

boring

lazy

rude

greedy

hypocritical

hot-tempered

impatient

humorless

hostile

(10 Scores)


Task 5. Find the Russian equivalents of the following English proverbs

  1. All cats are gray in the dark.

  2. The bait hides the hook.

  3. A bird may be known by its song.

  4. Small rain lays great dust.

  5. A cat may look as a king.

    1. Видна птица по полёту.

    2. За погляд денег не берут.

    3. Ночью все кошки серы.

    4. Посеешь дождь, пожнёшь бурю.

    5. Мягко стелет, да жестко спать.


(10 Scores)


Read the text and mark the sentences true or false.

Police Spell Out Graffiti Mania Fears

A secret police report has built up a profile of the typical graffiti vandal. It seems that the average vandal is usually a male, aged 15 to 19, from poor family.

His “addictive habit” costs million of pounds every year, according to the report by British Transport Police anti – graffiti squad. They estimate that more than & 2 million is spent cleaning trains in London alone.

The report suggests that graffiti is the work of small groups. They are motivated by the need to get attention by making some form of statement. More than a third of the vandals who are caught do it again, which suggests that graffiti is addictive.

The survey of 150 graffiti vandals arrested last year showed that 40 per sent of offenders are university students or still at school – and 99 per sent are male. Just over 17 per sent are unemployed.

The report says graffiti is dangerous – four youngsters have been killed while trying to paint trains in the Underground.

The police have been visiting schools and writing to parents to try and prevent young people becoming vandals. They are also using handwriting experts to identify the “tags” of graffiti artists. In London alone there were over 150 graffiti arrests last year, but police recognize the vandals will continue unless they are stopped, because graffiti writing is so addictive.



  1. Most graffiti vandals are men.___________

  2. The police do not use handwriting experts. _______________

  3. The majority of graffiti vandals are students. ______________

  4. It is easy for graffiti vandals to stop. _________________

  5. Graffiti writing can be dangerous._____________

  6. Graffiti writing is against the law._________________

  7. Graffiti artists act in big groups. _____________________

  8. Graffiti is a form of statement.____________

  9. There were 150 graffiti arrests last year. _______________

10.Forty per cent of 150 arrested vandals are unemployed. __________




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