Олимп. англ. 7-8 кл. задания

для 7 – 8 классов
Прочитайте рекламный текст и ответьте на вопросы 1 – 5. Используйте не более чем
3 слова для каждого ответа.
What's ON today?
- Tall Ships on the harbour
- Visit the "Vampire" destroyer
- 'Masquarie Lighthouse' - short film in the theatre
Refreshments with views of the harbour.MUSEUM SHOP
Crammed with books and unusual souvenirs.VOLUNTEERS
Opportunities exist for interested people to donate their time by becoming tour guides
at the museum. Enquire at the Volunteers' desk.
Use of flash not permitted inside the Museum.
lOam - 5 pm Daily Except Christmas Day
1. How many events are on today? ______________________________________________________
2. What can you see from the cafe? _____________________________________________________
3. How much are the tour guides paid? __________________________________________________
4. What shouldn't you do here? ________________________________________________________
5. When is the museum closed to the public? _____________________________________________
Прочитайте информацию для посетителей музея А – Е. Установите соответствие между заголовками 1 – 6 и абзацами текста А – Е. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.
1. Family Events 4. Travel opportunities
2. Free gift 5. Private viewings
3. Looking after the future 6. International reputation
Join the Australian Museum Society and start enjoying benefits
A As a Society member you can visit the Museum - considered to be one of the finest natural history museums in the world - absolutely free. A brilliant resource for adults and children, this museum offers you the opportunity to extend your understanding of our environment and cultural heritage through our superb collection of books and documents as well as the permanent and changing displays.
B The Society presents a diverse and interesting programme of Lectures - Seminars - Films - Social Events. You will be invented to previews of all Museum exhibitions and have the chanceto see exhibitions not usually open to the general public.
C Included in your membership is the award-winning magazine 'Nature Australia' which retails for $33 but comes to you as an exclusive membership privilege at no additional cost.
D Be part of the growth and development of the museum supporting its work in preserving our environment and heritage for generations to come. The Museum takes part in the educational programme. It can help young people take care for the environment.
E Embark on the adventures! The Museum organizes exciting and informativefield trips to remote places led by experienced scientists and specialists. Previous trips have included destinations such as the Antarctic and Easter Island.
1 2 3 4 5
Прочитайте текст. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений 1 – 7 соответствуют содержанию текста (1- TRUE) и какие нe cooтветствуют ( 2 – FALSE).
Touching the Void, a drama documentary directed by Ken Macdonald, tells the story of two young men from the North of England, Joe Simpson and Simon Yates, both in their early twenties, who in 1985 set out to climb the 21 ,OOO-foot Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes. It's a modest' Alpine-style" climb with no back-up team, no helicopters, and no equipment other than what they carry in their packs.
They make it to the top in three days, but on the way down (when apparently 80 per cent of accidents occur) they run into terrible weather and a treacherous ridge.
Simpson has a bad fall that drives a bone up through his shattered knee and Yates tries to lower him down the mountain, 150 feet at a time. But there comes a point when Simpson is hanging in mid-air, irretrievable, and probably dead. To save his own Iife, Yates cuts the rope and returns to base camp, a decision he will have to live with for the rest of his life. Simpson actually survives in a crevasse the size of St Paul's dome. Crippled and in terrible pain, he makes the journey back in four days, one of the great stories of survival.
This story has been on moviemakers' minds for some years. Then, in 2003, Macdonald had the brilliant idea of shooting the movie using actors to play Simpson and Yates, and to have the real Simpson and Yates talking both to camera and over the action, as a form of commentary. The actors hardly say a word.
The film was shot entirely on location in Peru and in the Alps with some very evocative music, and we never see the men in their domestic contexts.
We experience the effort, the exhaustion, the pain, and the triumph of the climbers - and it is a breathtakingly beautiful film as we watch these small figures crossing glaciers and climbing rock faces in the majestic mountains. Is there 'some evil force' in the mountains that's out to get you, Simpson wonders? It is also a film about taking control of your life and subjecting yourself to extreme challenges that involve complex practical and moral choices.
1.The film, Touching The Void, is based on a true story. __________
2. The climbers experienced serious difficulties on their way up the mountain. _________
3. Simon Yates cut the rope because he thought that Simpson had died. __________
4. Simpson had to be rescued from the crevasse. ___________
5. The voices of Simpson and Yates were those of actors. ___________
6. All of the filming took place in Peru. __________
7. Simpson sometimes had the feeling that the mountains were a kind of enemy that wanted
to kill him. .
Установите смысловое соответствие слов 8 – 13 фразам a-f.
8. ___ treacherous a) impossible to save
9. ___ shattered b) broken into pieces
10. ___ irretrievable c) forcing yourself to suffer
II. ___ crevasse d) a very deep crack in ice
12. ___ evocative e) extremely dangerous
13. ___ subjecting f) reminding you of something
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А – Е, обводя цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа.
My wife usually gets back ..A .. 9 am. Then she starts ..B ..housework. She does a lot of other things as well. and she .. C ..to go out to see people at some point .. D ..the day. She tries to go ..E ..before midnight.
A 1) at home 2) to home 3) home 4) the home
B 1) her 2) hers 3) the 4) a
C 1) оften has 2) has often 3) often shouId 4) must often
D 1) in 2) during 3)by 4) at
E 1) to the bed 2) to bed 3) at bed 4) at the bed
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А – С, обводя цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа.
Friday was Shirley's last working day of the week after her business trip. She ..A ..no time off the weekend before. So that weekend she ..B ..to meet her daughter Becky and take things easy. Two things, however, ..C ..out as she had expected.
A 1) has had 2) had 3) hasn't had 4) had have
B 1) intended 2) had intended 3) was intended 4) had been intended
C 1) not turned 2) hadn't tum 3) hadn't turned 4) didn't turn
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания А - I, обводя цифру 1, 2, 3 и 4, соответствующую номеру выбранного вами варианта ответа.
Have you ever had to stay in bed for a long time? .. A ... About six months ago I ..B ..very weak and so I went .. C ..a doctor. He looked at me and asked a lot of questions: "Have you been working ..D .. ?" "Have you ..E ..anything special?" And so on. Finally he ..F ..that it was not very serious but that I .. G ..not to meet other people. I had to stay in bed for two weeks and take some medicine .. H ... It wasn't so bad because my friends called me and we talked ..I ..the phone.
А 1) I too have 2) So have I 3) I have 4) I had
B 1) felt 2) filled 3) fell 4) feel
C 1) and see 2) to see 3) for see 4) for to see
D 1) too hard 2) too hardly 3) so hard 4) so hardly
E 1) eat or drank 2) eat or drunk 3) eaten or drunk 4) eaten or drank
F 1) told 2) said me 3) told to me 4) told me
G 1)-ought 2) would 3) should 4) must
H 1)all the days 2) every days 3) all days 4) every day
I 1) on 2) at 3) by 4) through
Прочитайте текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, обозначенных номерами 1 – 10 так, чтобы они грамматически соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами.
Three 1 _________ came to New York for the first time. They took MAN
a room in a hotel. In the evening they 2 ___________ out sightseeing, GO
and did not come back till nearly three in the morning. 3 __________ THEY
room was on the 44th floor. "I am terribly sorry, gentlemen," said the porter,
"but the elevator 4 _______________ , there is something wrong with it. NOT WORK
You will have to walk up to your room." This was too bad. But the men
agreed to tell stories on the way up in order to while away the time.
When the 5 ____________ man finished his story they climbed up to the ONE
14th floor. The next story 6 ______________ them amused till they reached KEEP
the 30th floor.At last, it was time for the 7 _____________ man to tell his THREE
story, but he refused. He said that his story was so terrible that he simply
8 _________________ tell it. CAN NOT
They continued climbing and all the time the two asked 9 ___________ HE
to begin. At last they stopped and refused to go unless he told them his
terrible story. "The story I have to tell you is a short one," he said, "we
10 __________________ the key to our room downstairs with the porter." LEAVE
1. General knowledge quiz
Test your general knowledge on topics related to Britain. Circle the correct answer. I
1 A Beefeater is ...
a) a man who guards Buckingham Palace.
b) a man who guards the Tower of London.
c) someone who prepares the Queen's food .
2 Yorkshire pudding is ...
a) a batter that is baked in the oven and eaten with beef.
b) a pudding that is only eaten in Yorkshire, in the north of England.
c) a pudding that is eaten only on bank holidays.
3 Whisky is a strong alcoholic drink made from malt,
a) which is only made in Scotland.
b) which is Britan's biggest export.
c) which is also used as a substitute for petrol.
4 Concorde is ...
a) the fastest plane that has ever flown.
b) the heaviest plane that has ever flown.
c) the only commercial aircraft that can go faster than sound.
5 Ben Nevis is a mountain in Scotland,
a) which is also the highest mountain in Europe.
b) which is also the highest mountain in the UK.
c) which is also the highest mountain in the world.
6 Virgin is a well-known British company,
a) whose chairman is one of the wealthiest people in the UK.
b) whose staff have to be under forty years old.
c) whose shareholders get free flights on Virgin planes.
7 Downing Street is the house...
a) where the Mayor of London lives.
b) where Prince Charles lives.
c) where the Prime Minister lives.
8 Agatha Christie is a well-known British author,
a) who is famous for writing romantic stories.
b) who is famous for writing detective stories.
c) who is famous for writing children's books.
9 1066 is the year when ...a) the Great Plague happened.
b) the Great Fire took place.
c) William the Conquerer invaded Britain.
10 Stratford-up on-A von is a provincial English town ...
a) where William Shakespeare was born.
b) where King Henry VIII died.
c) where you can bathe in hot, underground springs.
2. Fill the gaps with a noun and an infinitive.
аnyone things need
nothing way idea
money time to visit to pay to wear
to go to do to skin
to shout to talk
1. It's __________________ .Hurry up, or we'll be late.
2. The chef showed me the correct _________________a fish.
3. It's a good __________________the dentist twice a year.
4. I'm lonely. I haven't got______________________ to.
5. There's no____________________ . I can hear you just fine.
6. I have so many ______________________ . I don't know where to start.
7. Have you got enough ______________________ for the tickets?
8. My clothes are all old. I have __________________________ for the party.
Match a prefix in Column A with a word in Column B. Use each prefix and word once only.
Column A Column B
1 il a) organized
2 re b) responsible
3 under c) write
4 sub d) line
5 un e) wife
6 ir f) legal
7 ex g) titles
8 dis h) comfortable
Now fill the gaps in the following sentences with an appropriate word formed above.
a) You wouldn't be so ____________________________if you had a diary and wrote down all the
things you have to do.
b) This letter is very badly written. I'm afraid you'll have to____________________________ it.
c) I prefer to see American films in English with_______________________ in my own language.
d) This sofa is really _________________________ . It makes my back ache.
e) In most countries it is _______________________ to open a bank account in a false name.
f) It was very____________________________ of you to go out and leave your younger brothers and
sisters alone in the house.
g) After you've read the book once straight through, read it again and _________________________
some of the words you want to look up in your dictionary.
h) He has been divorced for ten years now, but he still has a good relationship with his
___________________ .
A Story.Write a short story of 100-120 words. The story must end with these words: ... and then I woke up and realized that the whole thing had been a dream.
Use these questions to help you write your story.
- Where were you?
- Were you with anyone?
- What were you doing?
- When did it happen?
Main event
- What happened?
- How did you feel?
- What did you do next'?
How did you feel afterwards?

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