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Олимпиадные задания по английскому языку в 11 классе

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школьников по английскому языку для 11 классов (2014-2015 учебный год)

Раздел 1

Listening


Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего 1-6 и утверждениями, данными в списке A-G. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей буквой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы услышите высказывания говорящих дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.

A. There will be restrictions for making the trip in future.

B. Language was the only problem during the trip.

C. The trip back to the airport was delayed due to poor weather conditions.

D. The speaker felt quite free and flexible on his tour.

E. The speaker stayed with a local family during the trip.

F. The speaker experienced some severe weather conditions during the trip.

G. The group was under control of the guide who gave required provisions and instructions.

Говорящий

1

2

3

4

5

6

Утверждение








Раздел 2


Reading


Задание № 1


Read the text and match items A-G with gaps 1 -6. There is one item you do not need to use. Write your answers in the table below.

Thanks to new technology, going to school these days can be a pleasant experience. No longer having to rely on ‘chalk and talk’, teachers can give pupils the opportunity to play a more active role in their own learning. This makes learning a more individual experience and students with different learning styles can take in knowledge more easily. This can motivate students 1 ____________.

Nowadays students can learn individually or in groups to improve their skills. Using technology is said to develop students’ critical thinking, cooperative learning 2 __________ . Students can also learn at their own place with the use of computers.

However, not all schools are taking full advantage of these opportunities. Sometimes schools cannot afford to buy the equipment 3 _____________.

In other cases, schools have the resources 4 __________. Schools need to decide which types of technology can improve teaching to make learning 5________. In addition, teachers need to become familiar with new products, software and on-line resources 6__________.

Only in this way will schools be able to function effectively in future.


A but lack clear goals

B more attractive and valuable to students

C and communication skills

D and discuss them with their colleagues

E or teachers are insufficiently trained to use it in their classes

F although it makes them feel more comfortable using technology

G especially as most students enjoy using computers


1

2

3

4

5

6








Задание № 2

1. Установите соответствие между заголовками 1 - 8 и текстами A- G. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.

  1. Naturally different

  2. Big age difference

  3. Different opinions

  4. Different ambitions

  5. Small differences

  6. No difference at all

  7. Different rules

  8. Learning to be different

A. John and James are identical twins but they don't go to the same school. Their parents felt
this would help them develop individual tastes, interests and styles - but the boys at first
hated the idea. Now they are really happy at their schools but occasionally they swap
places just for fun! The brothers are best friends but they now agree that their parents
were probably correct.
B. Anna and Beth are twin sisters but they are most unlike each other. Technically they are
"non-identical" twins. Anna is blonde and Beth is a brunette. Anna is noisy, energetic and
always crashing around to hip hop and rap. Beth is much quieter and likes listening to
classical music and reading. Anna eats anything and Beth is a vegetarian. But they are,
absolutely, the closest and best of friends.
C. The Perkins children, Sally and John, both study hard every evening after college and
most weekends. Sally studies French, History and Art. She plans to go to university in
Paris and wants to either work in a museum or an art sale room. John studies the Russian
language, business studies and Maths. He wants to study in St Petersburg and to set up
his own important business. I am sure both will succeed.
D. Greg's dad believes that there is no original, exciting new music being written and
performed today. Greg strongly disagrees and can name several new bands and singers
that are both completely original and really popular. But his Dad is a professional
musician and was quite successful when he was young. He argues that nearly every
successful song now is simply a reworked version of an older one.
E. In the UK you can legally do different things depending on your age. You can vote for a
new government at 18 but at 17 you cannot drink a beer. At 16 you can marry and
become a parent but you cannot drive to your wedding or make a traditional toast!
Meanwhile lots of bars and clubs are open only to people above 21 which means, married, voting, car driving parents could still be too young to enter.
F. Serious stamp collectors are men and women who appreciate details. To the casual
observer, the oldest postage stamps in the world - the Victorian "Penny Blacks" - all
look identical. Millions were made but only a few of them are truly valuable. A serious
collector knows this and the ability to find tiny variations in the paper, ink or code used
helps them to find the "Penny Black's" that are rare and valuable.

G. Dina Ruiz has Japanese and black ancestry on her father's side of the family and English,
Welsh and German on her mother's. She was born in California and married her husband,
actor Clint Eastwood, in Las Vegas. When she first met Eastwood, she was 28 and he
was 63. She is most famous as a TV news "anchor" and is Chair of the California
Museum for History, Women and the Arts.


A


B

C

D

E

F

G































Раздел 3

Use of English


Задание № 1


Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные справа так, чтобы они грамматически и лексически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами.

Rules for Wildlife Watchers


There are a few rules that all 1_____to the wildlife 1) visit

reserves observe. 2_____ these rules is necessary 2) follow

if people want to enjoy themselves and have an 3____ 3) forget

experience. First of all, it is 4______ to leave your car in the 4) advise

park so as to cause as little disturbance as possible to

the varied wildlife. The animals can be easily 5_________ 5) fright

by unexpected noises, 6______those made by machines. 6) particular

Secondly, people need to be 7______ if they want to see 7) patience

the animals in their natural 8_______. This often means that 8) surround

people have to put up with 9______ weather conditions 9) pleasant

and 10______ insects. 10) annoy

Задание № 2


Из четырех вариантов (A), (B), (C), (D) выберите единственно правильный.

  1. I _______ home when I met my classmates.

  1. went

  2. had been walking

  3. was walking

  4. am walking

  1. He didn’t know ________.

  1. where the umbrella is

  2. where had the umbrella been

  3. where is the umbrella

  4. where the umbrella was

  1. He wasn’t going to let them _______him off his land.

  1. to drive

  2. drive

  3. driving

  4. drove

  1. Innovations in ____ technology have improved pages, making them _____smaller, more affordable.

  1. computer, much more

  2. computer’s, much

  3. computer, much

  4. computer’s, more







  1. Her parents ______ that she had won and ran over to kiss her.

  1. were delighting

  2. were delightened

  3. were delightful

  4. were delighted

  1. _________, I’d like to say that everyone should be able to work, if they want to.

  1. In the conclusion

  2. As a conclusion

  3. In conclusion

  4. As the conclusion

  1. ____in a traffic jam, with family cars inching their _____ past, the driver of a fast sports car begins to lose his temper.

  1. Set, path

  2. Stuck, way

  3. Held, course

  4. Sat, street

  1. He’s interested in the ______achievements of science and _______.

  1. last, technique

  2. last, technology

  3. latest, technique

  4. latest, technology

  1. Jane did very well on the exam. She _____ have studied very hard.

  1. had to

  2. need

  3. should

  4. must

  1. Hold on, I’ll try to put you _____.

  1. through

  2. out

  3. on

  4. off

Раздел IV

Writing


You have 20 minutes to do the task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend Rebecca, who writes:

...My parents often get annoyed with me because I spend a lot of time on the phone talking to my friends. How can I explain to my parents that my friends are very important to me? How can I stay in touch with my friends if I don't use the phone? What can I do about the situation?

By the way, a new shopping centre has opened in our town!

Write back to John. In your letter:

answer her questions

ask
3 questions about the new shopping centre

Write
100-140 words.

Remember
the rules of letter writing.
























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