Олимпиада по английскому языку 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 класс ответы и задания теоретического и практического этапа муниципального этапа 2022-2023 всероссийской олимпиады школьников для Москвы дата проведения олимпиады 17-18 ноября 2022 года.
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Задания для 10-11 класса олимпиада по английскому языкуangl-zadanie-10-11-mun-msk-2022-2023
Разбор заданий ВСОШ по английскому языку 7-8 класс
Разбор заданий ВСОШ по английскому языку 9 класс
Разбор заданий ВСОШ по английскому языку 10-11 класс
LISTENING Time: 10 minutes (5 points) Listen to the dialogue between David and Mary and then do the following tasks. There are several idiomatic expressions that David and Mary are using in their dialogue. Here are some other situations where these expressions could be used. Please finish the following sentences with these idiomatic expressions. Mind: these sentences are NOT from the dialogue between David and Mary. You may need to change some pronouns and the grammatical form of verbs. You will hear the text twice. Now you have 1 minute to read the tasks.
1. Please make sure that you get a good night’s sleep before the day you have an exam, Freddie. Feeling sleepy at the exam is ____ ____ ____ ____ ____. (5 words)
2. Are you telling me that you agreed to walk Mr. Bingle’s horrible dog again? After he’d bitten you last time you walked him? ____ ____ ____? (3 words)
3. Don’t be upset! I understand that getting a bad mark for a test is very sad. But you know you didn’t study hard enough for it. Next time you’ll do better. Let’s just say it ___ ___ ___ ___ for you. (4 words)
4. Do you really believe that Peter will read this book so quickly? I wouldn’t ___ ___ ___. (3 words)
5. – How about we go to the cinema tomorrow and then have some ice-cream in the nearby café? – ___ ___ ___ ___! (4 words)
North and South Poles
How much do you know about North and South Poles? Do you think that the North Pole and the South Pole are (0) ______ ? Most people (1) ______. But in fact, the two areas are (2) ______ different. The North Pole is in the Arctic Ocean. The South Pole (3) ______ near the center of Antarctica. Antarctica is colder (4) ______ the Arctic. In fact, Antarctica is by (5) ______ the coldest region on earth. One reason for Antarctica’s very cold climate is that it has mountains (6) ______ above sea level.
Summers (7) ______ rarely get above freezing. Ice and snow (8) ______ almost all of Antarctica throughout the entire year. The Arctic region includes lands around (9) ______ Arctic Ocean. The Arctic region is (10) ______ at or near sea level. In parts of the Arctic, summers can be as warm as (11) ______ in Boston. They just do not last as long. (12) ______ of the Arctic lands have no snow or ice in the summer. Antarctica has the biggest amount of the world’s permanent ice. The ice rests on land. Its average thickness is 8,000 feet (13) ______. If you traveled to the Arctic, you (14) ______ reindeer, polar bears, seals, birds, and insects. If (15) ______ stay lasted through all the seasons, you might see over (16) ______ a thousand types of plants.
You might also meet some of the people (17) ______ live there. (18) ______ people have learned to live in the cold climate rather well. They have been able to use the plants and animals there. Most of the people live near the sea, where they catch fish. In Antarctica, all you can see is ice and more ice. Very few animals and plants can live there. Most animals live on the coast. The (19) ______ animal that can live on the mainland is a small fly. And you would not see people at all, (20) ______ you ran into an explorer or scientist.
For items 11–20, read the passage below and choose which of the sentences A–K fit into the numbered gaps in the text. There is one extra sentence which does not fit in any of the gaps.
The first metro system built in Russia, the Moscow metro, glorified the technological progress of the Soviet Union and is today one of the world’s busiest subway systems. 11. _____. Passengers on the metro not only travel around the city in comfort and ease, but also travel back in time with the exquisite displays of Russian history located in its halls. The first proposal for a metro system in Moscow was presented in 1872 by engineer Vasily Titov.
12. _____. Construction began at the end of 1931, significantly aided by specialists from the London Underground. 13. _____. This culminated in interrogations, show trials and deportation of engineers, ending the role of British business in the USSR. 14. _____. Its interior is reminiscent of the grand columns and barrel-vaulted halls of Moscow’s metro stations. 15. _____. The major part of the original system ran through the city center, with termini at the city’s two major parks –in the north and in the south. 16. _____. This occurred on 16th October 1941. 17. _____. As the Germans approached Moscow, the first stages of these plans were put into action on 15th October 1941 and the metro was closed the next day. Thankfully, the situation escalated no further.
18. _____. As in London, thousands of people crowded into the stations to hide from the air raids. Construction continued, and in fact, 7 new stations were opened during wartime. After Stalin’s death, attitudes towards architecture changed and the palatial decoration of stations was replaced with a more functional style. 19. _____. By the collapse of the Soviet Union, 9 lines had been opened. Today the Moscow metro is over 400 kilometres long, with 14 lines serving 250 stations. This doesn’t include a monorail and the central circle line connecting suburban stations at different distances from the centre. 20. _____. In the last 10 years, the length of the metro has nearly doubled and about 80 new stations have been added.
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