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Английский язык 11 класс

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Английский язык 11 класс Проводится в честь Пола Девида Хьюсона
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Инструкция по выполнению работы
На выполнение олимпиадной работы отводится 1 час 15 мин. Работа состоит из 4 частей и включает 25 заданий.
Часть 1 состоит из 5 заданий (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), оцениваемых в 1 балл.
Часть 2 состоит из 5 заданий (6, 7, 8, 9, 10), оцениваемых в 3 балла.
Часть 3 состоит из 10 заданий (11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20), оцениваемых в 5 баллов, из которых: 5 заданий (11, 12, 13, 14, 15) на установление соответствия и 5 заданий (16, 17, 18, 19, 20) на установление правильной последовательности. Часть 4 состоит из 5 наиболее сложных заданий (21, 22, 23, 24, 25), оцениваемых в 6 баллов. Баллы, полученные вами за выполненные задания, суммируются. Постарайтесь выполнить как можно больше заданий и набрать наибольшее количество баллов.
Внимательно прочитайте каждое задание и проанализируйте все варианты предложенных ответов.
Постарайтесь выполнять задания в том порядке, в котором они даны. Для экономии времени пропускайте задание, которое не удается выполнить сразу, и переходите к следующему. К пропущенному заданию вы сможете вернуться после выполнения всей работы, если останется время. Ответы занесите в специальную таблицу ответов. Часть 1. Задания, оцениваемые в 1 балл. В заданиях 1-5 выберите один правильный ответ из четырех предложенных и укажите его номер в таблице ответов. 1. Open the windows and ... some fresh air ...
1) let up
2) let down
3) let in
4) let into
2. How is part number 7 called?
1) South West
2) East Anglia
3) Oxfordshire
4) Midlands
3. I don't find this story....
1) amused
2) amusing
3) amuse
4) is amusing
4. Choose the word that does not belong with the others.
1) complain2) customer3) manager4) cashier
5. What company did Paul David Hewson invent in 2002?
1) BONAVOX2) BONO3) DATA4) WAR Часть 2. Задания, оцениваемые в 3 балла.
В заданиях 6-10 выберите три правильных ответа из шести предложенных и укажите их в таблице ответов.
6. Choose adjectives describing character.
1) easy-going
2) delight
3) foolish
4) good-looking
5) sociable
6) sensible7. You.... be here by 9.00. 1) are not allowed
2) must
3) are
4) have to
5) ought
6) mustn't 8. David Cameron, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, is ...
1) the Head of the country
2) the leader of the Liberal Party
3) the Head of Her Majesty's Government
4) the Head of the Church
5) the Member of the Conservative Party
6) the leader of the Cabinet
9. Choose the adverbs of place.
1) underneath
2) fiercely
3) underfoot
4) silently
5) ashore
6) angrily
10. Find the forms of Passive voice
1) had done
2) had been done
3) are being doing
4) are being done
5) have been done
6) will being doing
Часть 3 В заданиях 11-15 установите соответствие.
11. Complete the text with words given below.
Text: One thing leads to another, as Hercule Poirot likes to say without much originality. He adds that this was never more clearly 1)....than in the case of the stolen Rubens. He was never much interested in the Rubens, for one thing Rubens is not a painter he admires, and then the circumstances of the theft were quite ordinary.
He took this case only because of the owner of a picture gallery, his friend Alexander Simpson. After the theft, Alexander Simpson sent for Poirot and told him the whole story. The Rubens, an unknown 2).... , had been placed on display at Simpson's Galleries and it had been stolen in broad daylight. It was at the time when a group of the 3).... had penetrated into Simpson's Galleries with the slogan "Art is a Luxury. Feed the Hungry". The police had been sent for, everyone had crowed round in curiosity, and it was not till the demonstrators had been forcibly removed that it was noticed that the Rubens had been carefully cut out of its frame and removed also!
The demonstrators had been paid for their innocent part in the robbery. But they had known nothing of the reason until afterwards. Hercule Poirot thought that it was an amusing trick but did not see what he could do about it. Alexander Simpson said: "Listen to me, Poirot. I know who stole the picture and where it is going."
According to the owner of Simpson's Galleries, it had been stolen by a 4).... of international thieves for a certain millionaire. The Rubens, said Simpson, would be smuggled over to France where it would pass into the millionaire's possession. The English and French police were on the alert, but Simpson was sure that they would fail. And once it had passed into the millionaire's dirty hands, it was going to be more difficult to get it back. The situation was very delicate. "You are the only man who can manage it", said Simpson.
Finally, without enthusiasm, Hercule Poirot agreed to accept the task. He had to leave for France immediately. He was not very interested in this case, but because of it, he was introduced to the case of the 5).... schoolgirl which interested him very much indeed. He first heard of it from Chief Inspector Japp who dropped in to see him just before his departure.
"Going to France, - said Japp. - aren't you? "
Poirot said: "You are surprisingly well informed at Scotland Yard". Japp laughed. "We have our spies! Simpson's got you on to this Rubens business. Doesn't trust us, it seems. Well, let him do as he like, but what I want you to do is quite different. As you're going to Paris, I thought you might as well kill two birds with one stone. I'd like you to help us in a certain matter". "What's the matter of which you speak?" "A child's disappeared. Looks as though she's been kidnapped. Her name is Winnie King."
He told Poirot the whole story.
a) the unemployedb) gangc) missingd) evidencede) masterpiecef) drop
12. Match the columns
1. evidencea) шедевр2. masterpieceb) владение3. penetratec) улики4. possessiond) похищать детей5. kidnape) проникатьf) дело
13. Match the questions and the answers.
1. What was A. Simpson?a) A group of the unemployed.2. Who had penetrated into Simpson's Galleries?b) To look for the stolen Rubens.3. Why was Hercule Poirot going to France?c) Chief Inspector.4. What was Mr. Japp?d) For a certain millionaire.5. Who was the masterpiece stolen for?e) The owner of a picture gallery.f) Alexander Simpson.
14. Match the beginning and the end of the sentences.
1. He was never much interested in the Rubens, for one thing Rubens is not a painter he admires, .........a) until afterwards.2 ....but Simpson was sure that they would fail.b) it was going to be more difficult to get it back.3. But they had known nothing of the reason ......c) As you're going to Paris,4. And once it had passed into the millionaire's dirty hands, .........d) and then the circumstances of the theft were quite ordinary.
5. .............,I thought you might as well kill two birds with one stone.e) The English and French police were on the alert,f) in a certain matter.
15. Match the columns.
1.Paul David Hewson was born a) in 1974.2.His mother diedb ) in 1982.3.Hewson has been known as "Bono"c) in 1960.4.Bono was married to Alison Hewsond) in 2003.5.Bono has won Golden Globee) since the late 1970s.f) in 1965. В заданиях 16-20 установите правильную последовательность. Запишите в таблицу буквы выбранных ответов (без пробелов и других символов).
16. Put the sentences in right order. Rely on the text above.
1) The situation was very delicate.
2) After the theft, Alexander Simpson sent for Poirot and told him the whole story.
3) He first heard of it from Chief Inspector Japp who dropped in to see him just before his departure.
4) As you're going to Paris, I thought you might as well kill two birds with one stone.
5) A child's disappeared.
17. Put the names of British Prime Ministers in chronological order.
1) Margaret Thatcher
2) David Cameron
3) Gordon Brown
4) Tony Blair
5) John Major
18. Build up a sentence with the help of these words.
1) was regularly
2) wasn't
3) It
4) done
5) it
19. Put the adjectives in order starting from the worst and going to the best.
1) unsatisfactory
2) poor
3) excellent
4) good
5) satisfactory
20. Build up a proverb with the help of these words.
1) its
2) no
3) weeds
4) without
5) garden
Часть 4
В заданиях 21-25 ответ записывается в таблицу ответов, начиная с первой клеточки. Дополните предложения словами, образованными от однокоренных слов в скобках. Каждую букву пишите в отдельной клеточке, буквы должны быть печатными. Существительные пишите без артиклей. При записи ответов пробелы не используются. 21. More and more animals are fighting for______________ nowadays. (survive)
22. There are more _______ in New York than in any other place on earth. (nation)
23. I have been waiting for this.... for months. (propose)
24. For the motorized passer-by there are walks and picnic ______________. (possible)
25. Athens is being more and more __________ to tourists. (attract)
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