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ВСЕРОССИЙСКАЯ ОЛИМПИАДА ШКОЛЬНИКОВ

ПО ИНОСТРАННЫМ ЯЗЫКАМ

АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК

9 - 11 КЛАССЫ

2012 – 2013 учебный год
Пояснительная записка

Олимпиадные задания по английскому языку для учащихся 9 - 11-х классов составлены в соответствии с инструктивными материалами областных и муниципальных туров Всероссийской олимпиады школьников по английскому языку.

Целью проведения олимпиады по английскому языку является выявление лингвистически одарённых и способных школьников, повышение интереса к изучению английского языка, желания самостоятельно работать над иностранным языком.

Олимпиадная работа состоит из 5-ти разделов:

  1. Задание по чтению: задание по чтению включает два текста: в первом тексте предлагается выбрать заголовки, соответствующие содержанию текстов; во втором - определить соответствие утверждений содержанию текстов. Каждый правильный ответ оценивается в 1 балл (13 позиций)

  2. Лингвострановедческое задание – выбор ответов, предполагающий знание страноведческих и лингвистических реалий (6 позиций).

  3. Задание, проверяющее знание идиом (10 позиций).

  4. Лексико-грамматическое задание: множественный выбор лексических и грамматических форм (20 позиций).

  5. Письменная речь: В письменном сочинении предлагается написать историю, используя начало (14 баллов).

Максимальное количество баллов за пять конкурсных заданий школьного этапа олимпиады составляет 63 балла. Время выполнения работы – 140 минут с учётом инструктажа.

9 – 11 классы выполняют работу по одному тексту, но оцениваться будут отдельно по параллелям. Таким образом, в каждой параллели могут быть победители и призёры.

Для каждого участника баллы, полученные за каждое задание, суммируются. Победителем является участник, правильно выполнивший не менее 70% заданий. Призерами являются участники, следующие за победителем в рейтинге, набравшие не менее 65 % . Количество победителей – 1. Количество призёров – не более 25 % от общего количества участников в параллели.


ВСЕРОССИЙСКАЯ ОЛИМПИАДА ШКОЛЬНИКОВ

ПО ИНОСТРАННЫМ ЯЗЫКАМ

АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК

9 - 11 КЛАССЫ

2012 – 2013 учебный год

Reading Comprehension

Task 1


For statements 1 – 7 read these texts and choose the most suitable heading for each paragraph from the list A-H. There is one extra heading which you do not need to use.
A. More than economy

B. Change the name — move to the capital

C. A daily for the Tories

D. A sun-like tabloid

E. Daily anonymous

F. Weekend read

G. Business news for the continent

H. A novice on the market
1. The British daily newspaper The Guardian was founded in Manchester in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian. In 1959 its name was changed to The Guardian, and since 1961 it has been printed simultaneously in London and Manchester. A "quality" daily, The Guardian is owned by a trust, not a proprietor, and therefore has a reputation for independence. Noted for its political comment, arts reviews, and women's page, its stance is leftwards, and it appeals mainly to middle-class readers who regard themselves as liberal-minded. Though it has been called "Britain's nonconformist conscience", it has its lighter side, and is famous for its punning headlines.
2. The Sunday Telegraph is a British Sunday newspaper, founded in 1961 as sister-paper to The Daily Telegraph. It has a similar readership: middle-to-upper class, mainly right-wing. It is famous for the forthright and challenging views of its columnists both on political and social issues. Published in London, in two sections (news/sport and a review of literature and the arts), its circulation is around 600,000.

3. The British Daily Telegraph was founded in 1855. As the first cheap daily newspaper in London, it was at the start rather radical in outlook (and enormously popular). Today its readers are mainly middle-to-upper class, with conservative views (and probably Conservative politics). The Telegraph has a reputation for wide and accurate reporting, and is considered to be one of Britain's "quality" dailies (along with The Times, The Guardian, The Financial Times and The Independent).

4. The British Daily Express was founded by Sir Arthur Pearson in 1900. Intended for mass popular readership, it soon became noted for its wide coverage of international affairs as well as for lively reporting and enthusiastic patriotism. In 1916 it was bought by the press-magnate Lord Beaverbrook, who turned it in the most widely-read daily in the world. The Express now appeals to broadly middle-class right-wing, but independently-minded reader. At first a broadsheet, it became a tabloid 1977, in line with the newer popular newspapers such as The Sun
5. The Financial Times, a British daily, was founded in 1888. It provides full daily reports on the Stock Exchange and on world markets, and a comprehensive coverage of business affairs. But it is also greatly respected for its general news reporting and analysis, and for its reviews of literature and the arts. More expensive than other daily papers, and printed on distinctive pink paper, The Financial Times is published in London, with an international edition published in Frankfurt, New York, and Paris.

6. The Independent is Britain's newest "quality" daily paper, founded in 1986, at time when several other newly-established papers were failing. Its survival was attributed to a long and careful period of planning, and to the excellence of its design, photograph and graphics. It appeals particularly to educated, middle-class readers who don't care for the earnestness of The Guardian, or who find The Daily Telegraph stuffy, or who are worried by changes in The Times.

7. The Economist, a British weekly founded in 1843, covers not just economic and business affairs of Britain and the world, but also current affairs, politics, science and technology, literature, arts. It is read by influential businessmen and politicians all over the world, besides having a wide general readership. The Economist is noted for the clarity of its style and for the fact that all its contributors are anonymous. Published in London, with editorial offices in America, Europe, and the Far East.

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TASK 2


Match the statements with the texts. Write 1 for True, 0 for False in the box after the text.

1 We know for certain where and when chess was invented.

Тhe two-player game chess is оnе of the most popular board games in the world. It is also оnе of the oldest, although there is uncertainty regarding where and when chess originated. Several countries claim to have invented the game.

2 We will never know for sure why the game is called ‘chess’.

Оnе possibility is that chess was invented in India about 1,500 years ago. Another theory, however, says that the Chinese were playing а form of chess over 800 years before that. We shall probably never know for sure, but we do know where the word ‘chess’ comes from. It comes from the Persian word shãh, which means ‘king’.

3 It is possible that the rules оf the game will chaпge iп the future.

Тhe rules for chess have changed several times during the centuries. Маnу of the modern rules were introduced in the 15th century, and minor changes to the game were also made in the 19th century. An internationa1 organisation called FIDE (Federation Internationale des Échecs) is now responsible for making аnу further changes to the rules.




4 А тап called Charles Darrow iпvented Moпopoly.

5 Darrow’s family helped him make the board game

6 Parker Brothers also made a version of the game for the UK


Тhe enormously successful board game Monopoly has аn interesting history. Although many people believe that Char1es Darrow created the game, it is now known that he did not. In the 1920s, there were а number of home-made games in the USA called Моnopolу, аll very similar to the game we play today. Charles Darrow played оnе of these games, enjoyed it, and decided to make his own version. Не, his wife and his son made the sets bу hand and he began to sell them. Тhe game’s popularity grew and, in 1935, Darrow sold the game to the American соmраnу Parker Brothers. The UK version of the game, with London street names, was produced by Waddington Games in 1936. In а short space of time, there were versions for cities and countries аll round the world. It has bееn estimated that since 1935 more than 500 million people have p1ayed Моnороlу.


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Country Studies

Choose and circle the correct answer.


  1. Where is Ben Nevis situated?

a) in Scotland b) in Wales c) in England d) in Northern Ireland


  1. What is the name of the Queen’s oldest son?

a) Charles b) Philip c) Andrew d) Edward


  1. The symbol of the US is … .

a) Union Jack b) Uncle Sam c) Big Ben d) Pall Mall


  1. In the United States “down town” means … .

    1. away from the centre

    2. in the centre

    3. in a suburb

    4. a small town

  2. A brunch is … .

a) breakfast b) late breakfast c) dinner d) a tea party


  1. When it is 12 o’clock in Moscow in London it is … .

a) 6 o’clock b) 7 o’clock c) 8 o’clock d) 9 o’clock



  1. Test your idioms. Choose the correct answer.




  1. If you get butterflies in your stomach before an exam, how do you feel?

  1. hungry

  2. nervous

  3. shy




  1. If you’re over the moon, how do you feel?

    1. sleepy

    2. happy

    3. upset




  1. Tom is as cool as a cucumber.’ What does it mean?

    1. he is very calm

    2. he is fashionably dressed

    3. he is stupid




  1. John is a down-to-earth person.’ What is he like?’

    1. he is very short

    2. he is rude

    3. he is practical




  1. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, what kind of things do you like to eat?

    1. cakes and chocolates

    2. fish and chips

    3. cucumbers and tomatoes




  1. If your computer is out of date, what does it mean?

    1. it is old

    2. it is broken

    3. there is something wrong with its clock




  1. When someone hits the roof, how does this person feel?

    1. happy

    2. angry

    3. a bit annoyed




  1. If your heart is in the mouth, how do you feel?

    1. afraid

    2. in love

    3. ill

  2. I’ve got green fingers. What am I good at?

    1. cooking

    2. painting

    3. gardening




  1. When you learn something out of the blue, is it a surprise?

    1. Yes b)no

Grammar and Vocabulary
Choose the correct answer


  1. … birthday party was very interesting.

a) - b) A c) An d) The

2. I understood how … I knew about it and felt ashamed.

a) much b) little c) many d) few

3. We are going to the theatre … Saturday.

a)on b) in c) at d) after

4. I believe her … it.

a) know b) knowing c)to know d) known

5. Nobody likes … at.

a) to laugh b) laughing c) to be laughed d) laughed

6. The children enjoyed … in the garden.

a) play b) playing c) to play d) played

7. There is … place like home.

a) no b) some c) any d) somewhere

8. The Volga is longer … the Thames.

a) as b) so c) like d) than

9. We usually have dinner at home, … we?

a) have b) haven’t c) do d) don’t

10. You … see the film to know what it is about.

a) can b) have c) needn’t c) should

11. … a long way to walk and we were tired.

a) It is b) There is c) It was d) There isn’t

12. The news … very exciting.

a) is b) are c) were d) have been

13. When I entered the office I … to give my name.

a) asked b) asking c) was asked d) have been asked

14. She wanted to know where … spend her holidays.

a) will she b) she will c) would she d) she would

15. Ann … the article since morning.

a) translates b) is translating c) has been translating c) has translated

16. The weather forecast said the weather … tomorrow.

a) changes b) is changing c) would change d) will change.

17. … my things I went out to find a taxi.

a) Packing b) Packed c) Being packed d) Having packed

18. What … you … about all the time?

a) are … speaking

b) are … saying

c) are … telling

d) have … telling

19. You haven’t read this novel, have you? – … , I couldn’t find the book.

a) Yes, I have b) Yes, I haven’t c) No, I have d) No I haven’t

20. The plane … to have landed.

a) announced b) was announced c) announce d) announces






Task 4

Read the beginning of the story below. Complete the story making it interesting . Write 150 – 180 words.



I’ll never forget the night our car broke down. We were 9.5 km away from home and we had to walk. It was 12.45 and it started to rain. We arrived home at 2.05. We couldn’t unlock the door of our house because ……….

Time: 20 minutes

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Творческое задание оценивается по следующим критериям:
Первый критерий – содержание (макс. балл – 3).

Второй критерий – организация текста (логика, деление на абзацы и т.д.) – 3балла макс.

Третий критерий – лексическое оформление (словарный запас, разнообразие лексики, словоупотребление…) – 3 б. макс.

Четвёртый критерий – грамматическое оформление речи (макс. балл – 3).

Пятый критерий – орфография и пунктуация (максимальный балл – 2).
Итого – макс. балл - 14


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