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I Всероссийская дистанционная ЕГЭ-Олимпиада. Английский язык
Задания

OEA-1


22 апреля 2011
Содержание:

  1. Об олимпиаде

  2. Задания (для всех групп)

  3. Рефлексия участника

  4. Технические рекомендации

  5. Диплом участника

= = =


  1. О конкурсе


Приветствуем всех участников I Всероссийской ЕГЭ-олимпиады по английскому языку! Мы предлагаем вам проверить и обобщить свои знания по предмету. Данная олимпиада состоит из 4 частей и проверяет навыки аудирования, чтения, письма, знания лексики и грамматики. Свои ответы вам необходимо заносить в специальные бланки, которые прикреплены к письму с заданиями.
Познакомьтесь со списками зарегистрированных участников, который вы найдете в приаттаченном файле OEA-list.xls.

Обращаем ваше внимание, на то, что каждая возрастная группа размещена на отдельном листе. Сверьте, чтобы в списке были указаны все участники, зарегистрированные от вашего учреждения. При обнаружении ошибок, сразу сообщите о них Организаторам проекта (см. Инструкцию по проведению проектов Центра «Snail», п. 2.6).


Ознакомьтесь с инструкцией по проведению дистанционных инициатив ЦТИ «Snail» - http://www.nic-snail.ru/instruct.rar (Последние изменения внесены 05.08.2010).
Напоминаем:


  • конкурсные работы должны выполняться индивидуально. С одинаковых работ будут сниматься штрафные баллы.

  • ответы на вопросы должны быть лаконичны и отражать суть вопроса.

Обратите внимание, что нарушение технических рекомендаций может затруднить или сделать невозможным рассмотрение работы Организаторами инициативы.


Конкурсу присвоен Индекс Конкурса – OEA.

Не забывайте указывать его во всех письмах к Организаторам.


Не опаздывайте с пересылкой работ.
Конкурс проводится по двум возрастным категориям:
I –9 класс

II – 10-11 класс

= = =


  1. Задания


9 класс
Для ответов используйте специальный бланк, прикрепленный к письму.
Аудирование
А-1. Перейдите по указанной ссылке: http://www.manythings.org/b/e/1195

Вы услышите высказывания людей о том, чего они хотят достичь в жизни. Установите соответствия между высказываниями каждого говорящего и утверждениями, данными в списке.

What do you want to achieve before you die?


  1. I want to be a writer.

  2. I want to be a judge.

  3. I want to have a good life and find happiness

  4. I want to go to outer space.

  5. I want to see 120 countries.

  6. I want to travel to foreign countries n bring good.

  7. I want to get married.

  8. I want to have a family and a good home base.

  9. I’m just going to work hard.




Doug

Theresa

Brentney

Sabrina

Louise

Deborah

Neil

Ariana


























А-2. Перейдите по указанной ссылке: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hK7nEZrA2k&feature=related

Вы услышите интервью с Джимом и Робин. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано (Not stated).



  1. Robin was born in New York City.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Jim was born in 1969.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Robin never says her weight, birth date and shoe size.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Robin was good at school.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Jim works as a lawyer.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Yesterday Robin studied the Medieval French Language.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Robin lived in France in 1990.

A. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Robin and Jim met in New York.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. They have known each other for 4-5 years.

A. True B. False C. Not stated

10. Robin wants to get old before she dies.

A. True B. False C. Not stated
Чтение
В – 1. Установите соответствие между заголовками А - Н и текстами 1 – 7. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.
A. The First Calendar

B. Hurling Objects from Space

C. Cosmic Attack

D. Animal Athletes

E. Significant Difference

F. Age of Information

G. Animal Communication

H. Finding the Way




  1. One of the world’s longest leapers is the flea: it can jump 13 inches – about 350 times its own length. For a person six feet tall, this would be like jumping approximately 2,000 feet, or almost seven football fields. No one yet leaped even as much as 30 feet. A seemingly inexhaustible jumper is the oriental rat flea: it can jump 600 times an hour for three whole days without stopping.

  2. Animals exchange information about food, about territory, about danger and safety. They express fear, hunger, anger, pleasure, and recognition. Animal messages are not always expressed in sounds. The scratches on the tree were made by a large bear that was saying, “I’m a very large bear, and this is my territory!” Some animals mark their territory in different ways.

  3. Every day the earth is bombarded by rocks from space. As many as 200 million visible meteors enter the earth’s atmosphere daily. A much greater number of unseen meteors travel through outer space. As meteors speed toward the earth, friction caused by meteors moving against the air makes them so hot that they glow. People who see the bright glow of meteors falling through the night sky often call them “shooting stars”. Other people have reported them as UFOs.

  4. Historians have long been puzzled by dots, lines and symbols, which have been engraved on walls, bones and the ivory tusks of mammoths. The nomads who have made these markings lived by hunting and fishing during the last Ice Age which began about 35,000 B.C. and ended about 10,000 B.C. By correlating markings made in various parts of the world, historians have been able to read this difficult code. They have found that it is connected with the passage of days and the phases of the moon.

  5. The seamen of old could not venture far into the oceans. They had good boats, and they were brave and skilled sailors, but they had no compass. It is true that they could find their way by the sun or by the North Star, if the weather were clear. However they would never have found their way back, if they had ventured far from shore in a foggy or cloudy weather. So, they were always obliged to keep in sight of land.

  6. When the meteorite strikes the earth, it makes a loud noise as it breaks into pieces. In 1908 one of them hit the earth with such force that people 80 kilometers away heard and felt its blast. The meteorite weighted several metric tons and burned up a 32-kilometer area in Siberia. Another meteorite made a crater that is larger than the moon’s biggest crater. The 290-kilometer-wide hole is found on the shore of Hudson Bay in Canada.

  7. Future historians will be in a unique position when they come to record the history of our own times. They will hardly know which facts to select from the great mass of evidence that steadily accumulates. What is more, they will not have to rely solely on the written word. Film, gramophone records, and magnetic tapes will provide them with a bewildering amount of information. But the historian attempting to reconstruct the distant past is always faced with a difficult task.

B – 2. Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски 1 – 6 частями предложений, обозначенными буквами A – G. Одна из частей в списке А – G лишняя.
The world is in transition, and the English language will take new forms. The language and how it is used will change, reflecting patterns of contacts with other languag­es and the changing communication needs of people.

English is divesting itself of its political and cultural connotations as more people realize that English is not the property of only a few countries. Instead, 1______________ and will lead to more opportunities. It belongs to whoever uses it for whatever purpose or need.

The widespread use of English as a language of wider communication will continue to exert pressure toward global uniformity. This could result in declining standards, 2 _________ .

On the other hand, because English is the vehicle for international communication and because it forms the basis for constructing cultural identities, 3 ___________. This trend may lead to fragmentation of the language and threaten the role of English as a lingua franca. However, there have always been major differences between varieties of English.

There is no reason to believe that any other lan­guage will appear within the next fifty years to replace English. However, 4 _____________ in the XXI century. Rather, a small number of languages may form an oligopoly — each with a special area of influence. For example, Spanish is rising because of expanding trade and the increase of the Latino popu­lation in the United States. This could create a bilingual English-Spanish region.

A language shift, in which individuals change their linguistic allegiances, is another possibility. These shifts are slow and difficult to predict. But within the next fifty years, substantial language shifts could occur as 5___________. Because of these shifts in allegiance, more languages may disappear. Those remaining will rapidly get more native speakers. This in­cludes English.

Internal migration and urbanization may restructure areas, thereby creating communities where English be­comes the language of interethnic communication — a neutral language.

While languages such as English, German, and French have become international languages because of 6___________, this is less likely to be the case in the XXI century where economics and demograph­ics will have more influence on languages.

A. lan­guage changes and the loss of geolinguistic diversity

B. it is possible that English will not keep its monopoly

C. economic development affects more countries

D. because Portuguese is very similar to Spanish

E. it is a vehicle that is used globally

F. many local varieties could instead develop

G. their governments' political powers
Лексика и грамматика
С – 1. Выберите правильный ответ.


  1. Some teachers don’t ____ things clearly.

  1. underline; B. copy; C. explain; D. mean

  1. The cabin was ____ furnished.

A. luxuriate B. luxuriant C. luxuriously D. luxurious

  1. ____ composition is the best.

A. Yours B. You C. Your D. Yourself

  1. A lot of teenagers enjoy ____ computer games.

A. B. an C. the D. a

  1. Many people today are worried ____ global warming.

A. to B. about C. with D. from

  1. He asked me ____ I knew the new address of our university professor.

A. but B. or C. if D. and

  1. This picture ____ by my mother’s friend in 1979.

  1. is painting B. was painted C. is painted D. was painting

  1. While ____ the text, Ann used the dictionary.

A. translating B. translated C. being translated D. translate

  1. I ____ come to your party tomorrow. I’m going to prepare for my exam.

  1. needn’t B. mustn’t C. can’t D. shouldn’t

  1. Ann has just____ from the University of London with honors.

A. finished B. left C. ended D. graduated

  1. ____ building in the workplace creates a sense of collective responsibility.

  1. Team B. Power C. Computer D. Conflict

  1. Lots of changes were made but all the attempts had little ____.

A. effect B. effectively C. effective D. effecting

13. That was the ____dog I had ever seen.

A. most ugly B. uglier C. more ugly D. ugliest

14. There are 3 chairs and ___ armchair in the room.

A. B. the C. an D. a

15. Mary ordered a taxi ____ she could get to the theatre on time.

A. if B. but C. so D. or

16. The train____ at 3 a.m. according to the schedule.

A. leaves B. will leave C. is leaving D. leave

17. ____ a foreign language takes me a lot of time.

A. Learning B. Having learnt C. Being learnt D. To be learnt

18. Dear Tom, Mary and me would like to congratulate you ____ your birthday.

A. from B. with C. on D. to

19. You ____ give me the mail of someone we can contact for reference, if you want me to do it.

A. have to B. may C. can D. is to

20. The new psychological research ____ by the group of scientists.



  1. have presented B. was presenting C. was presented D. presents


C – 2. Прочитайте приведенный ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова, данные в конце текста, так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста.

Knowledge Game

We seldom know when most games were introduced, but the date when crosswords were 1____ played is fixed.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the editor of a large Cape Town newspaper received a letter in which the author wrote that during his vacation he 2 ____ an interesting game. There was a sheet of paper in the letter with a large number of little squares drawn on it. There were numbers in the squares and on the back of the sheet there was a row of questions 3 ____ with the numbers in the squares. The answers to the questions 4 ____ at the bottom of the page.

The editor read the letter, laughing over a strange game, and then put the letter in his pocket and 5 ____ about it. He remembered it a few days 6 ___, while he was having dinner with some friends; and after dinner he showed it to them. Uniting their efforts, the friends spent a few 7 ____ hours over the crossword puzzle.

They told the editor 8 ____ the game in his newspaper, insisting that many people 9 ____ playing it.

In the days after the crossword puzzle appeared in the newspaper, 10 ____ of letters were received from readers, asking the editor to continue publishing such games.

And so, a new form of entertainment was begun, which has now spread all over the world.



1 – one

2 – invent

3 – connect

4 – give


5 – forget

6 – late


7- please

8 – publish

9 – enjoy

10 – hundred




Письмо
D – 1. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-pal Jack who writes
Have you ever thought what you are going to do in the future? As for me, I really don’t know what career to choose although my parents say it’s high time I made a choice. What kind of job would you prefer to do? Have you asked your parents for advice? Would you like to follow in their footsteps?

Anyway, we’ve got some time to think. Let me know what you think about it.

Write a letter to Jack. In your letter answer his questions and ask 3 questions about his hobbies and leisure activities. Write 100-140 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.


===================
10 класс
Для ответов используйте специальный бланк, прикрепленный к письму.
Аудирование

А-1. Перейдите по указанной ссылке: http://www.manythings.org/b/e/1195

Вы услышите высказывания людей о том, чего они хотят достичь в жизни. Установите соответствия между высказываниями каждого говорящего и утверждениями, данными в списке.

What do you want to achieve before you die?


  1. I want to be a writer.

  2. I want to be a judge.

  3. I want to have a good life and find happiness

  4. I want to go to outer space.

  5. I want to see 120 countries.

  6. I want to travel to foreign countries n bring good.

  7. I want to get married.

  8. I want to have a family and a good home base.

  9. I’m just going to work hard.




Doug

Theresa

Brentney

Sabrina

Louise

Deborah

Neil

Ariana


























А-2. Перейдите по указанной ссылке: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hK7nEZrA2k&feature=related

Вы услышите интервью с Джимом и Робин. Определите, какие из приведенных утверждений соответствуют содержанию текста (True), какие не соответствуют (False) и о чем в тексте не сказано (Not stated).



  1. Robin was born in New York City.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Jim was born in 1969.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Robin never says her weight, birth date and shoe size.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Robin was good at school.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Jim works as a lawyer.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Yesterday Robin studied the Medieval French Language.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Robin lived in France in 1990.

A. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. Robin and Jim met in New York.

  1. True B. False C. Not stated

  1. They have known each other for 4-5 years.

A. True B. False C. Not stated

10. Robin wants to get old before she dies.

A. True B. False C. Not stated
A - 3. В письме с заданием вы найдете файл /Аудирование А-3.wma/. Вы услышите разговор двух молодых людей, обсуждающих одежду, которую один из них возьмет в поездку. Выберите правильные ответы на вопросы.


  1. What does the man plan to wear during the summer months?

  1. a cool hat

  2. casual shoes

  3. light pants

  1. What is one thing the man is not going to pack for the winter season?

  1. a coat

  2. some sweaters

  3. a jacket

  1. What is the weather like in the spring?

  1. It’s windy

  2. It’s rainy

  3. It’s cool

  1. What is an example of an occasion where the man might need formal clothes?

  1. a party

  2. a business meeting

  3. a wedding

  1. What did the man wear to his high school graduation?

  1. jeans and tennis shoes

  2. a casual shirt and tie

  3. a suit and dress shoes


Чтение

В – 1. Установите соответствие между заголовками А - Н и текстами 1 – 7. Используйте каждую букву только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.


A. The First Calendar

B. Hurling Objects from Space

C. Cosmic Attack

D. Animal Athletes

E. Significant Difference

F. Age of Information

G. Animal Communication

H. Finding the Way






  1. One of the world’s longest leapers is the flea: it can jump 13 inches – about 350 times its own length. For a person six feet tall, this would be like jumping approximately 2,000 feet, or almost seven football fields. No one yet leaped even as much as 30 feet. A seemingly inexhaustible jumper is the oriental rat flea: it can jump 600 times an hour for three whole days without stopping.

  2. Animals exchange information about food, about territory, about danger and safety. They express fear, hunger, anger, pleasure, and recognition. Animal messages are not always expressed in sounds. The scratches on the tree were made by a large bear that was saying, “I’m a very large bear, and this is my territory!” Some animals mark their territory in different ways.

  3. Every day the earth is bombarded by rocks from space. As many as 200 million visible meteors enter the earth’s atmosphere daily. A much greater number of unseen meteors travel through outer space. As meteors speed toward the earth, friction caused by meteors moving against the air makes them so hot that they glow. People who see the bright glow of meteors falling through the night sky often call them “shooting stars”. Other people have reported them as UFOs.

  4. Historians have long been puzzled by dots, lines and symbols, which have been engraved on walls, bones and the ivory tusks of mammoths. The nomads who have made these markings lived by hunting and fishing during the last Ice Age which began about 35,000 B.C. and ended about 10,000 B.C. By correlating markings made in various parts of the world, historians have been able to read this difficult code. They have found that it is connected with the passage of days and the phases of the moon.

  5. The seamen of old could not venture far into the oceans. They had good boats, and they were brave and skilled sailors, but they had no compass. It is true that they could find their way by the sun or by the North Star, if the weather were clear. However they would never have found their way back, if they had ventured far from shore in a foggy or cloudy weather. So, they were always obliged to keep in sight of land.

  6. When the meteorite strikes the earth, it makes a loud noise as it breaks into pieces. In 1908 one of them hit the earth with such force that people 80 kilometers away heard and felt its blast. The meteorite weighted several metric tons and burned up a 32-kilometer area in Siberia. Another meteorite made a crater that is larger than the moon’s biggest crater. The 290-kilometer-wide hole is found on the shore of Hudson Bay in Canada.

  7. Future historians will be in a unique position when they come to record the history of our own times. They will hardly know which facts to select from the great mass of evidence that steadily accumulates. What is more, they will not have to rely solely on the written word. Film, gramophone records, and magnetic tapes will provide them with a bewildering amount of information. But the historian attempting to reconstruct the distant past is always faced with a difficult task.


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