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Олимпиада по английскому языку 9-11 классы
03.08.2014, 09:13

Олимпиада по английскому языку 9-11 класс.

1.Read and decide if the statements are true, false or nothing is known from the text

Maps were made long before reading and writing were invented. The earliest map that we know of is a cave painting in the Lascaux caves in France. The painting shows a part of the summer night’s sky 16,500 years ago. Modern astronomers can still understand the night sky shown in the map. A four thousand year old map made by the Babylonians is still in existence. Many ancient map-makers thought that the world was flat, but explorers like Magellan in the 15th century sailed around the world and helped to make better maps. Besides, measurements taken by satellites show that our planet is slightly pear-shaped. Satellites have also provided more accurate information and have helped to see and map parts of the world that were little known or never seen by humans before. Satellites have photographed the Amazon rainforest and have shown that the area the size of twenty football pitches is being cut down every minute. Pictures taken from space have also shown that one of the world’s largest areas of inland water, the Aral Sea, has been shrinking very quickly. Modern satellite maps show the effects of global warming and pollution and help us to understand the world around us better. More and more drivers nowadays rely on satellite navigation in their cars so the traditional road maps may not be around much longer.

 

1. Writing was invented a long time after the first map was drawn.

A) True B) False C) Not known

2. The first map was a map of the night sky.

A) True B) False C) Not known

3. The first map was made by the Babylonians.

A) True B) False C) Not known

4. Babylonian map-makers were very rich men.

A) True B) False C) Not known

5. Magellan’s explorations helped the map-makers to improve their maps.

A) True B) False C) Not known

6. Our planet is a perfect sphere.

A) True B) False C) Not known

7. Modern maps are more detailed and accurate.

A) True B) False C) Not known

8. The Amazon rainforest is gradually disappearing.

A) True B) False C) Not known

9. The level of the Aral Sea has been increasing.

A) True B) False C) Not known

10. Soon the traditional printed road maps may be out of use.

A) True B) False C) Not known

2.Fill in the gaps with the right options

11. … failing the exam was not unexpected.

A) Jim B) Jim is C) Jim’s

12. I had the piano … .

A) to tune B) tuned C) tune

13. I’m grateful to him for his … .

A) advices B) advises C) advice

14. I wish I … these fashionable clothes.

A) would buy B) could buy C) will buy

15. The text was … difficult for me to understand.

A) too B) enough C) which

16. It wasn’t … for them to go swimming.

A) enough warm B) warm enough C) too much warm

17. Please, remember … English dictionaries tomorrow.

A) to bring B) bringing C) bring

18. I’ll phone you as soon as I … from Mike.

A) ‘ll hear B) ‘ve heard C) heard

19. Here … the bus!

A) is coming B) come C) comes

20. We saw the man … the house.

A) enter B) entered C) to enter

 

3.Choose the words which correspond to the following definitions

21. a daily record of events

A) diary B) dairy C) daisy

22. movement of people or cars along the street

A) traffic B) vehicle C) transport

23. not able to walk normally because of injury or defect

A) dumb B) humpy C) lame

24. to give somebody hope and confidence

A) to encourage B) to encroach C) to enclose

25. a word or phrase that is difficult to say quickly and correctly

A) mouth twister

B) language twister

C) tongue twister

26. to stop attempting to do something

A) to give away B) to give up C) to give off

27. a British word ‘pavement’ in American English

A) sidewalk B) side line C) side street

28. to be in a difficult or dangerous situation

A) to get into trouble B) to trouble C) to interfere

 

4.Dо you know idioms? Choose the necessary words to complete or explain them

29. Jane knows the subject … .

A) from cover to cover B) inside out C) like hell

30. To catch somebody … .

A) red-handed B) blue-eyed C) short-handed

31. It happened ‘out of the blue’ means … .

A) it was unexpected

B) it was painful

C) it happened from time to time

32. She has a rosy view of things, she … .

A) is naive B) likes pink colour C) has many rosy things

33. He’s playing first fiddle means he’s … .

A) a good musician B) a conductor C) a leader

34. If you do something at the last moment it means you do it … .

A) at the tenth hour B) at the twelfth hour C) at the eleventh hour

35. To keep fingers crossed means … .

A) to wish good luck B) to envy C) to be angry

36. To eat like a bird means … .

A) to eat a lot B) to eat a little C) to eat grain

37. To work round the clock means to work … .

A) all day B) near the clock C) from time to time

38. The rival hit him in the eye, so now he has a … .

A) purple eye B) blue eye C) black eye 

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