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Рекомендации по проведению районной олимпиады по английскому языку в 2008году



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Task 1


Decide for each sentence numbered 1-6 whether it is A (TRUE), B( FALSE) or the information is C ( NOT GIVEN) in the text.


^

TRUE if the statement agrees with the writer’s claims


FALSE if the statement contradicts the writer’s claims

NOT GIVEN if it is impossible to say what the writer thinks about this




A

(True)

B

(False)


^ C

(Not given)

1. Environmentalists take a pessimistic view of the world for a number of reasons.










2. Data of the Earth’s natural resources has only been collected since 1972.










3. The number of starving people in the world has increased in recent years.










4. Extinct species are being replaced by new species.










5. Some pollution problems have been correctly linked to industrialisation.










6. It would be best to attempt to slow down economic growth.












Task 2




Choose the correct letter A, B, C or D for sentences 7-11.


7. What aspect of scientific research does the writer express concern about in paragraph 4?

A The need to produce results.

B The lack of financial support.

C The selection of areas to research.

D The desire to solve every research problem.



8. The writer quotes from the Worldwide Fund for Nature to illustrate how


A influential the mass media can be.

B effective environmental groups can be.

C the mass media can help groups raise funds.

D environmental groups can exaggerate their claims.


9. What is the writer’s main point about lobby groups in paragraph 6?


A Some are more active than others.

B Some are better organised that others.

C Some receive more criticism than others.

D Some support more important issues than others.


10. The writer suggests that newspapers print items that are intended to


A educate readers.

B meet their readers’ expectations.

C encourage feedback from readers.

D mislead readers.


11. What does the writer say about America’s waste problem?


A It will increase in line with population growth.

B It is not as important as we have been led to believe.

C It has been reduced through public awareness of the issues.

D It is only significant in certain areas of the country.


Task 3




Complete the summary of the text with the words from the box below. Use one word for each gap. There are six extra words you do not need to use.


^

GLOBAL WARMING




The writer admits that global warming is a (12)…………………. challenge, but says that it will not have a catastrophic impact on our future, if we deal with it in the (13)……………….. way. If we try to reduce the levels of greenhouse gases, he believes that it would only have a minimal impact on rising temperatures. He feels it would be better to spend money on the more (14)……………….. health problem of providing the world’s population with clean drinking water.



A unrealistic B agreed C expensive D right


E long-term F usual G surprising H personal


I urgent



Приложение 7


Part 2


You are going to read an article about children using computer games. The opening sentence of each paragraph has been taken out. Complete the article by putting the sentences A-G into the numbered gaps 15-20. There is one extra opening sentence which does not fit in any of the gaps.


^

Fighting the computer brain invasion







15

Computer games range from highly educational, creative, delightful ones such as Sim City, which is training a whole new generation of enlightened city planners, via games of skill such as ski, flight, skateboard and sailing simulation, to pretty disgustingly violent ones such as the Carmageddon series and Carpocalypse Now and Tomb Raider, artfully designed to lure teenagers and alarm parents. It always amazes me to hear the parents of a nine or ten-year-old saying ‘He’s up playing computer games’. And when you ask which games he likes they do not know. Would these people, if asked who was babysitting, say ‘Oh, some guy from the park’?




16

Walk past, discuss what the game is about while you get on with the supper. Encourage sharing with other children. Any game using two controllers is better than a lonely one.




17

Give warning, let a level be finished, but enforce it.




18

If you have a teenager who spends a lot of time online, you probably need the software that records every site visited, and time spent; you may want one of the ‘filter’ programmes that cuts out dodgy sites. Unfortunately, these appear to do most caveman-simple things such as cutting out anything with the word ‘sex’ in it, which can seriously rot your A-level biology student’s research material and cause undue resentment.




19

This, during teenage years, can be a problem but it is always worth persevering with. If a parent or relative is around for enough time, slow to leap to judgment or hysteria, and willing to listen (leaning on the kitchen work-top while one of you has a late-night pizza, in the car, wherever) then important issues will eventually come up. If not, they won’t.




20

So is an alternative, sociable, physical pastime. We all know that a healthy small child gets more fun out of a sociable kitchen than out of Furby, and relishes a rough-and-tumble game with Dad more than a television programme. We need to extend that common sense into older ages too.


^ A Probably the best guarantee against damage or confusion is the normal communication you have with your child.

B Enforce screen breaks for the sake of the eyes and nerves.

C When children get to the age for games consoles, try to know what they are playing.

D Indeed, personal happiness and reasonable self-esteem are the best weapons against any kind of computer brain invasion.

^ E As a parent, ensure that your children only use the computer for educational purposes.

F As with television sets, keep the computer gaming area in one of the shared parts of the house.

G It is self-evident that parental responsibility has to be applied to Web-surfing just as it must be to every other kind of encount

Приложение 7


KEY



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Приложение 7

^ ID NUMBER





















^ ANSWER SHEET



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Приложение 8


Лексико-грамматический тест (Use of English)

^ Time: 45 minutes

TASK 1

For questions 1-15, complete the letter by writing one word in each gap.

The Manager, Stein's Camping Accessories

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing to express my dissatisfaction (0) with the service I received at your
shop on Saturday 24 November when I came in with a rucksack which I had
purchased (1)_________you in March.

I have had (2)_______________ ,many bad experiences with cheap rucksacks, that I decided to buy an expensive one with a guarantee.

So in March, I spent 25 pounds (3)___________________a rucksack, which (4)_______with a three-year guarantee.

However, the zip of the rucksack has regularly jammed; in fact, (5)_________ time you do it up you have to

take great (6)______________ not to get the material stuck in the zip. Recently it became so complete stuck that I (7)________________ patience with it and tore the zip open.

The rucksack is now unusable, but my point is that there is a basic design fault to it

I pointed all (8)._____________out to the sales assistant, and produced the receipt and guarantee.

The assistant said that it was dirty, and that a replacement (9)____________not be issued. I explained that it was dirty because 1 use it every

day to cycle in to work, and that on rainy days it gets splashed. But (10)______________ it is dirty or not has nothing to (11)____________ with my

complaint, which was about the defective zip. Finally, the assistant said I should contact the manufacturers, and gave me their name and address.

However, (12)______________ consulted my local Citizens Advice Bureau, I find this (13)___________be wrong. It is the responsibility of the

shop (14)___________________ the purchase was made to refund money (15) ____________supply a replacement for faulty goods.

Yours faithfully, Brian Laws

TASK 2

^ For questions 16 - 23, put each phrasal verb from the box in the appropriate place in the text

drop in living up to turned up paid for
ended up take out push on got on pointing out

Kate's Travel Diary

We decided to (0) push on and try to reach Venice by Friday afternoon - before

the weekend hordes (16)______________ . Susan was eager to see the city of

waterways, as she had never been before, while I wanted to look up an old friend called Davina, who was now studying Italian at university in Venice. Davina had

given me an open invitation to more or less (17)______________at any time, and

she was as good as her word, for she not only put us up, but also spent the whole

weekend (18)____________ the sights to us. She had never met Susan before, but

they (19)____________ immediately, which was a relief. My intention had been

to pay her a flying visit, and then head off to Trieste, but we had such a wonderful

time that we (20)____________ staying for four days. Venice did not disappoint

us, (21)___________ its reputation as the most beautiful of cities.

On a less triumphant note, poor Susan lost her handbag, including a large amount of cash and her bank cards. She ran up a huge ЬШ phoning home and contacting her bank in London. At least she'd had enough sense to (22)_____________________travel insurance, so this (23)____________the costs of most of the loss.


TASK 3

For questions 24 - 30, complete the second sentence so that it has the similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. You must use between two and five words. ^ Do not change the word given.

Example:

You haven't seen my pen anywhere, have you? т

happen

You don't happen to have seen my pen anywhere, have you?

24. Tom was definitely first in the queue.
doubt

There's........................................................................................ first in the queue.

25. It was only when I checked that I saw the tyre was flat.

see

Only when I checked................................................................... a flat tyre.

26. Your hair needs cutting.
have

You need........................................................................................ cut.

27. I'm sure this isn't how you get to Norwich!
can't

This............................................................................................... way to Norwich!

28. He took two hours deciding which seeds to buy.
mind

He took two hours..................................................................... which seeds to buy.

29. He couldn't stop quickly enough to avoid the accident.
time

He couldn't.................................................................. to avoid the accident.

30.1 slept until the thunder woke me at seven o'clock.

woken

I................................................................................... the thunder at seven o'clock.

^ TRANSFER ALL YOUR ANSWERS TO YOUR ANSWER SHEET


Приложение 8

KEY



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every/ each




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care




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could/ would




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turned up




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drop in




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got on




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ended up




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living up to




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take out




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paid for




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no doubt (that) Tom was

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did I see

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to have your hair

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can't be the

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to make/ making up his mind

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stop ш time

30

was woken by



Приложение 8

^ ANSWER SHEET

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