задания и ответы муниципального этапа 2023

ВСОШ 2023 олимпиада по английскому языку 7-11 класс муниципальный этап ответы и задания

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Олимпиада по английскому языку 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 класс ответы и задания для муниципального этапа 2023-2024 учебный год всероссийской олимпиады школьников ВСОШ для Москвы. Олимпиада прошла 15-16 ноября 2023 года.

Задания для 7-8 класса Ответы для 7-8 класса Аудио для 7-8 класса
Задания для 9 класса Ответы для 9 класса Аудио для 9 класса
Задания для 10-11 класса Ответы для 10-11 класс Аудио для 10-11 класса

Задания для 7-8 класса олимпиада по английскому языку

zadanie-angl-7-8-mun-msk-2023-2024

Задания для 9 класса олимпиада по английскому языку

zadanie-angl-9-mun-msk-2023-2024

Задания для 10-11 класса олимпиада по английскому языку

zadanie-angl-10-11-mun-msk-2023-2024

Видеоразбор задания 7-8 класса

Видеоразбор задания 9 класса

Видеоразбор задания 10-11 класса

Задания для 7-8 класса

1. (1) Which one of the three places is NOT located in the centre of Moscow?

A) The Arbat Street
B) Manezhnaya Square
C) Tsaritsyno Park

2. (1) Which one of the three places has the most central location?

A) The Arbat Street
B) Manezhnaya Square
C) Tsaritsyno Park

3. (2) What makes these three places similar?

A) They were all created around the same time in the history of Moscow.
B) Near all of them there’s a place where one can enjoy a performance.
C) Historically, they were all created as tourist attractions to make money.

4. (3) The Archeological Museum of Moscow is

A) a modern underground construction.
B) a tall building in Manezhnaya Square.
C) one of the oldest museums in Moscow.

5. (4) It is easy to get to the Arbat –

A) by train.
B) by tram.
C) by metro.

13. (7) Who is the author of these messages?

A) a student from the camp
B) a teacher from the camp
C) a parent of the camper
D) the director of the camp

14. (8) An allusion is when in our writing we use a well-known phrase from a book, film, song, etc. which readers probably know and will recognize. In which e-mail message does the subject line have an allusion to one of J. R. R. Tolkien’s books?

A) In Message 1.
B) In Message 2.
C) In Message 3.

15. (8) In which e-mail message does the subject line have an allusion to the film “The Wizard of Oz”?

A) In Message 1.
B) In Message 2.
C) In Message 3.

16. (8) Which e-mail message has a subject line that can be understood both literally and figuratively, which creates a humourous effect?

A) In Message 1.
B) In Message 2.
C) In Message 3.

17. (9) From the messages it becomes clear that nature in the camp includes:

A) a forest.
B) a lake or a river.
C) hills or mountains.
D) fields or meadows.

18. (10) In which message does the author demonstrate her sense of humour?

A) In Message 1.
B) In Message 2.
C) In Message 3.

19. (11) Which word that the author uses in the message mentioned in the previous question creates this humourous effect? Write only 1 word without any articles or prepositions.

20. (12) To make sure the children in the camp are safe, the camp administration – (mark NOT MORE than THREE options that you find correct) A) locked the children safely in buildings. B) canceled the children’s classes for the day. C) called a special government service. D) evacuated the children from the camp. E) had the bear transported away from the camp. F) changed the camp’s schedule for the day. G) watched the bear’s movements attentively. H) killed the bear.

Задания для 9 класса

1. Few people are attracted by the difficult nature of the Russian language. A) True B) False

2. Herbert G. Wells studied Russian eagerly in advance of his second journey to Russia. A) True B) False

3. Herbert Wells learned to count in Russian by means of a different alphabet. A) True B) False

4. Herbert Wells promoted teaching Russian as a third foreign language in British schools. A) True B) False

5. Herbert Wells considered the Russian script clear and logical and suggested publishing books in it. A) True B) False

6. One of Herbert Wells’s novels was set in Moscow. A) True B) False

7. Alexandre Dumas undertook a voyage specially to see the Caucasus. A) True B) False

8. Alexandre Dumas wouldn’t have been skilled in Russian unless he had spent a year in Russia. A) True B) False

9. Alexandre Dumas considered Russian rude words less emotional than the words expressing tenderness. A) True B) False

10. Alexandre Dumas translated some works by Dmitry Grigorovich. A) True B) False

11. (2) Being at Melanie’s for the 3rd time Simon feels A) pleased. B) interested. C) unusual.

12. (3) What is TRUE about Melanie’s mother? A) She works for a news agency. B) She is employed for a short period. C) Her work life isn’t crowded with activities.

13. (4) Simon finds Melanie’s parents A) very nice. B) a bit dull. C) exciting.

14. (5) Melanie’s father DOES NOT A) work overtime. B) leave his place for entertainment. C) seem quite boring.

15. (6) At the end of the conversation, Simon wasn’t aware of the fact that A) Melanie has no siblings. B) Melanie’s father is over fifty. C) Melanie’s parents don’t spend much time at home.

1. (7) During lockdown Hayley Myers realized that A) their flat had not enough space for the growing family. B) it was more convenient to work from home. C) she could easily cope without a nursery. D) the flat rental costs were gradually rising.

2. (8) Before the pandemic Hayley and her husband A) rented a flat in the centre of the capital. B) did not mind any inconveniences of their flat. C) planned to move somewhere to the countryside. D) wished to finally fix the bathroom taps.

3. (9) While living in London before the pandemic Hayler and her husband believed A) that living in a city was better for their careers. B) that renting a flat was enough for their family. C) they were completely satisfied with what they had. D) they needed a bigger flat for the family.

4. (10) At the time of the pandemic Hayley and Mark realized that their flat in London A) was even more cozy. B) needed renovation. C) needed a bigger lift. D) felt moist and bleak.

5. (11) Hamptons’ report shows that during the pandemic people started leaving cities because A) they wanted to live somewhere by the sea. B) they found commuting relaxing and calming. C) they wanted to reunite with their relatives. D) they were looking for calmness and space.

6. (12) The word “no-brainer” in Paragraph 4 means A) an obvious decision that you do not need to think much about B) a rash decision taken without much consideration C) a smart step to take to avoid failure and defeat D) an act of well-planned and calculated downshifting.

7. (13) Hayley thought that leaving the capital A) would lead to professional burnout. B) would mean disappointing their families. C) might lead to professional isolation. D) might mean stop trying to be successful.

8. (14) The family’s new home in Coventry A) has a terrace and a green lawn. B) looks like a grand palace. C) is more airy and roomy. D) has a big back garden.

9. (15) Living in Coventry, Hayley feels worried because A) their children study in a multi-national school. B) they will have to quit their jobs in London. C) their children will regret moving away from London. D) they will have to return to the capital.

10. (16) What is NOT TRUE about the family’s life in Coventry? A) They have relatives and friends living nearby. B) They regret moving to Coventry. C) They have to commute to London once a week. D) They dislike commuting to work.

Задания для 10-11 класса

1. A lot of people have been determined to learn Russian because of its challenging nature. A) True B) False

2. Otto von Bismarck had studied Russian before he was sent to Russia as an official representative of Prussia. A) True B) False

3. Otto von Bismarck considered studying Russian grammar as difficult as fighting the French Army. A) True B) False

4. The Russian emperor complimented Otto von Bismarck on the unwillingness to show his true knowledge of Russian. A) True B) False

5. Prosper Mérimée lacked fluency in Latin. A) True B) False

6. Varvara taught Prosper Mérimée to translate from Russian into French. A) True B) False

7. Prosper Mérimée was stunned by the ability of the Russian language to convey subtle shades of meaning. A) True B) False

8. Lewis Carroll was professionally interested in religious beliefs of the Russians. A) True B) False

9. Comments about difficult Russian words didn’t discourage Lewis Carroll from studying the language. A) True B) False

10. Lewis Carroll wasn’t good enough at Russian to be able to bargain with the Russian merchants. A) True B) False

11. (2) Kelly’s week was A) quite usual. B) very slow and boring. C) really nice.

12. (3) What is NOT TRUE about Steve’s dinner? A) He will enjoy French cuisine. B) He will go to the restaurant on Saturday. C) It won`t take him long to get to the restaurant.

13. (4) Steve feels certain that at the weekend he will A) prepare food for his friends. B) go to the cinema. C) have a lie-in.

14. (5) On Friday evening Kelly is going to A) meet up her former colleagues. B) attend her friends’ party. C) spend a night at home.

15. (6) Steve finally says that a boat is A) an awesome place for a party. B) a cosy place for a party. C) a tiny place for a party

1. (7) After the publication of her first novel Naoise A) received too much unwanted publicity. B) was grateful to be invited to interviews. C) wanted to leave London for a change of scene. D) was looking forward to be in the limelight.

2. (8) In London Naoise felt uncomfortable because A) she didn’t feel safe and secure in public. B) she disliked the shows she was invited to. C) she couldn’t reject the offers she got. D) she suffered from her fans’ attention.

3. (9) What is NOT TRUE about Naoise’s childhood and teenage years? A) She didn’t pay attention to her health and mental state. B) She used to show how different she was from others. C) She had problems interacting with other people. D) She preferred her well-paced regular routine.

4. (10) Naoise’s state reached its worst when she A) was hours late and failed to sign an important contract. B) stopped hearing clearly her own voice. C) shuddered at the slightest sound of her cell phone. D) started suffering from physical reactions to stress.

5. (11) In comparison to her London home, the place Naoise stayed at during her first visit to Berlin A) was modest but more relaxing. B) was more comfortable and roomy. C) was safer and much greener. D) was quieter and more peaceful.

6. (12) The word “no-brainer” in Paragraph 6 means A) an obvious decision that you do not need to consider much B) a rash decision taken without much consideration C) a cautious step to take to avoid failure and defeat D) an act of well-planned and calculated moving house.

7. (13) Moving to Berlin helped Naoise A) improve her professional skills. B) reduce overall work pressure. C) get more work from her London agent. D) become more popular and liked.

8. (14) When Naoise spoke German but got a reply in English, she A) immediately switched to English. B) was hurt and felt offended. C) realized she had a strong accent. D) felt she was misunderstood.

9. (15) The Germans are likely to reply in English to a native speaker of English because A) they feel a need to practice their English. B) they want to surprise the other speaker. C) they think it’s more respectful. D) they wish to show their level of English.

10. (16) Eventually the experience of moving to Berlin A) made Naoise completely independent of social media. B) met Naoise’s expectations of a perfect city to work in. C) turned Naoise into a perfectionist. D) helped Naoise find a way to enjoy life.

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