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Английский язык 11 класс
Инструкция по выполнению заданий
Материалы по английскому языку для проведения Турнира содержат 55 заданий. Задания
первых трех разделов (Sections I-III) построены по принципу множественного выбора:
участники турнира должны выбрать 1 из предложенных вариантов ответов. В каждую
позицию области ответов на задания вписывается буква (A, B, C, D), соответствующая
выбранному варианту ответа, или X, если, по мнению участника турнира, подходящего
ответа нет. Задания четвертого раздела (Section IV) предполагают словообразование на
основе вариантов, выделенных шрифтом и данных в соответственном контексте. При
выполнении заданий последнего раздела (Section V) следует сделать выбор слова или
словосочетания, сопоставив его с соответственным вариантом из текста стихотворения Р.
Бернса, пишущего на шотландском диалекте английского языка.
Оставлять позиции ответов пустыми нельзя! Исправления в листе ответов не допускаются!
Все задания равноценны и оцениваются как 1 балл, соответственно – максимальное
количество ответов/баллов – 55.
Section I
Directions:
(Questions 1 – 17)
In each question, only one of the four answers is correct. Choose the
correct answer and mark it on your answer sheet. The example shows you
what to do.
Example:
0. This
A is
Answer:
a book.
B are
C am
D be
0. A
1. She’s very good-looking, don’t you think? – Yes, _____ too good-looking, if you ask me. I
mean, she’s very big-headed about it.
A bit
B a bit
C very
D little
2. I phoned her _______ day, but she refused to tell me anything.
A other
B the other
C another
D the another
3. We get on all right, _______ you steer clear of certain topics.
A so long
B no longer
C as long as
D longer so
4. It was lovely in Saudi, _______ the heat did get a bit much sometimes.
A so
B despite
C in spite of
D although
5. Two hundred pounds ________ a large sum for her at that time.
A were
B was
C has been
D is
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6. You look really sad! Cheer ______! It’s not the end of the world.
A after
B down
C off
D up
7. Calm ______ . There’s no point in getting angry.
A up
B down
C off
D in
8. I ______ do that if I were you.
A wouldn’t
B won’t
D didn’t
C shouldn’t
9. I was getting dinner ready when I ____ the telephone call.
A was hearing
B heard
C had heard
D have heard
10. I _______ Jim for ten years. I met him ten years ago.
A have known
B had known
C was known
D would know
11. Look at him! He __________ the same clothes for years.
A has been wearing
B isn’t wearing
C hasn’t worn
D didn’t wear
12. If I were you, I’d tell him you’ll phone the police if he doesn’t stop ________ you.
A to bother
B being bothered
C bothering
D having bothered
13. In 1963 fiber-tip markers were introduced into the U.S. market and since then ________ the
ballpoint as the principal writing implement.
A were challenged
C were not challenged
B were not being challenged
D challenged
14. She risks _____ everything if she follows his advice.
A losing
B being lost
C to lose
D she’ll be losing
15. I usually cycle into work, if it’s not raining. – Oh really? That ____________ you fit!
A must been kept
B ought to have kept C must keep
D needs to keep
16. If mum hadn’t been hitch-hiking that day, she and my dad ____________ now.
A would have been married
C wouldn’t have been marry
B hadn’t been married
D wouldn’t be married
17. I don’t think you need to take an umbrella. It _________ rain.
A is not likely to
B is like
C is like to
D likes
Section II
Part A. Directions:
(Questions 18 – 22)
Fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four choices given below.
Choose the correct answer and mark it on your answer sheet.
I went to a party the other night at Jo’s. Do you remember I was telling you about her the other day.
She’s Paul’s best friend. It was great. I got
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to these really interesting people. We started
discussing various things and I really felt they were on my 19 .One guy told me he had done the
same course (Spanish) that I want to do at University but 20 _ after a year. I asked him why. He
said that they never actually spoke
21
Spanish on the course, and that most of the time
they
22
in English about Spanish literature.
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18. A saying
B telling
C chatting
D narrating
19. A way
B wavelength
C account
D register
20. A looked up
B showed up
C stayed around
D dropped out
21. A many
B bit
C much
D a bit
22. A said
B talked
C told
D announced
Part B. Directions:
(Questions 23 -28)
Fill in the gaps in the text with one of the sentences (A – G) and fits each
gap. There is one extra sentence which you do not need to use. Mark the
answer on your answer sheet.
Sheila Whiteley is Britain’s first Professor of Popular Music at the Open
University
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A l t h o u g h s h e i s n o w i n h e r s i x t i e s , P r o f e s s o r W h i t e l e y,
like many women of her generation, had a short career before getting
married and having children
24
She completed a degree as well as
q u a l i f yi n g a s a t e a c h e r . A t t h a t t i m e , a t t h e b e g i n n i n g o f t h e e i g h t i e s , a
number of university lecturers were developing the academic study of
popular culture, including film, TV, radio and music.
25
The course
combined art, music and politics and Sheila Whiteley became a tutor on the
O U c o u r s e . T o d a y, S h e i l a W h i t e l e y s a ys t h a t p o p u l a r m u s i c i s s e x i s t . I n t h e
m u s i c i n d u s t r y, t h e n u m b e r o f w o m e n h o l d i n g t o p p o s i t i o n i s f e w .
26 The
s a m e i s t r u e o f t h e l e a d g u i t a r p l a ye r s i n m o s t p o p a n d r o c k g r o u p s . I n a
recent list of the 100 best guitarists of all time published by a music
m a g a z i n e , o n l y t h r e e w e r e w o m e n . B o ys l e a r n h o w t o p l a y a t a r o u n d 1 2 o r
13.
27
W h i l e b o ys g r o w u p w a n t i n g t o b e f a m o u s f o o t b a l l e r s o r r o c k
stars, girls want to marry footballers and rock stars.
28 Now, however,
when she listens to the latest bands she discu sses hip-hop, rap, techno, raga
a n d r e g g a e w i t h y o u n g w o u l d b e r o c k m u s i c i a n s w h o a r e s t u d yi n g o n t h e
Popular music course.
A Popular music is such a new area for seri ous academic study that it
has very few professors in the world, let alone Britain.
B And some recent research suggests that things are not likely to change
in the near future.
C Her publications include three successful books and numerous articles.
D The Open University led the way in developing a course which laid the
foundations for the study o f popular culture in universities.
E Professor Whiteley remains as enthusiastic about modern music as she
w a s i n h e r yo u t h w h e n t h e B e a t l e s w e r e a r o u n d .
F I f yo u g o i n t o a r e c o r d i n g s t u d i o , i t i s s t r o n g l y m a l e e n v i r o n m e n t .
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G O n c e h e r c h i l d r e n h a d g r o w n u p , h o w e v e r , s h e t u r n e d t o s t u d yi n g .
Section III
Directions:
(Questions 29 – 33)
Choose the one best answer to each question on the basis of what is stated
or implied in the text. Mark the answer on your answer sheet.
Raising a smile
Historically, humour has often been seen in a very negative way. For example, about two and
a half thousand years ago, Plato, the famous Greek philosopher, wrote about the ‘malevolent nature
of humour’. For him, it meant trying to give yourself a sense of superiority by making fun of other
people, and he taught that only people of lesser worth did this.
Modern psychology, however, regards humour with more respect. Sigmund Freud, the
founder of psychoanalysis, saw laughter as a means of safely discharging nervous energy. It
provides relief and self-gratification and makes potentially damaging conflicts harmless. While this
approach is still very influential, more recent work in psychology has also focused on the social
value of being funny, the useful role of the well-timed joke or light remark in everyday encounters.
29.
Which of the following is not true?
A Plato saw making fun of other people in a negative way.
B Plato did not appreciate humour.
C According to Plato, the more worthy a person was, the more he was inclined to humour.
D Description of humour dates back to the time of Plato.
30.
Laughter
A is seen in a more positive way by modern scholars.
B meant safety to Sigmund Freud.
C provides relief to those who strive against conflicts.
D regards humour with respect.
31. What, according to Sigmund Freud, helps get rid of nervous energy?
A safety
B irony
C self-gratification
D laughter
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32.
What tendency is there in modern psychology?
A To focus on everyday encounters.
B To approach humour influence.
C To concentrate on the social value of humour.
D To provide relief.
33.
The word ‘malevolent’ means in the text:
A a kind feeling
B being generous
C having or showing ill will or desire to cause pain
D greedy, poisonous
Section IV
Read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line
to form a word that fits the space in the same line.
Example: 0 conversations
Directions:
(Questions 34- 38)
Research shows that
some sort of
34
more than half of our
0
end in
. While it is easy to blame the list ener
for the problem, we are also to blame if we don’t 35
converse
understand
what
clear
before a person fully made his point.
ready
we mean in the first place.
Don’t criticize too
When
people
feel
36
they
are
being
Treating others as you want to be treated is an
37
problems
38
begin.
rule for good
value
essence
communication.
Section V
Part A. Directions:
(Questions 39 –51 )
Read the poem containing some old Scottish words and match them with
their modern equivalents from the box. Write the proper modern
equivalent on your answer sheet.
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Poem
Robert Bums wrote all his poems and songs in Scottish dialect. Scottish people read his poem
To a Haggis' on Burns Night and they sing his song 'Auld Lang Syne' on New Year's Eve.
Here is a poem that you could write in a Valentine's card. A lot of the words are old Scottish words.
What do these words mean in modern English? Find the words in the box.
all
for a short time
girl
played
pretty
though
go
with
goodbye
melody
of
you
you are so beautiful
My Love Is Like a Red Red Rose
My love is like a red, red rose
That's newly sprung in June;
My love is like the 39 melodie
That's sweetly 40 play'd in tune.
41 So fair art thou, my 42 bonnie 43
So deep in love am I:
And I will love 44 thee still, my dear,
Till 45 a' the seas 46 gang dry.
Part B. Directions:
(Questions 52 – 55)
52
lass,
53
Till a' the seas gang dry, my dear,
And the rocks melt 47 wi' the sun:
And I will love thee still, my dear.
While the sands 48 o' life shall run.
54
And 49 fare thee weel, my only love,
And fare thee weel 50 awhile!
And I will come again, my love,
51 Tho’ it were ten thousand mile.
55
Match the pictures with the correct number of the verse of the poem.
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