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Запрошуємо вас взяти участь у дистанційній олімпіаді з англійської мови, яка триватиме з 1 лютого до 10 березня 2014 року.


Вам пропонується виконати завдання чотирьох рівнів:

- лесико-граматичне завдання,

- завдання зі слухання,

- завдання з читання,

- творче завдання (запропонувати власний розвиток сюжету однієї з двох історій)

Підписані роботи (ПІБ, курс, група, викладач) надсилати на адресу:
galitsav@yandex.ru


Task I

         1)   Fill in the correct particle.

1.After trying to persuade him for hours, I finally brought him…………to my point of view.

2.The gang held……..a security van and got away with millions.

3.I really get …… with my mother. We never argue.


2)  Fill in the correct idiom.


Get rid of, give sb. one’s word, get on sb’s nerves, get into a mess, get along with, have an early night, have the time of one’s life.


1. I find it very easy to………………………..people.

2. I’m so tired. I think I will………………………… .

3. They………………………….on their honeymoon.

4. John……………………………….He never stops talking in class.

5. I……………………………….with my new  computer because I didn’t read the instructions.

6. I think you should…………………..those old jeans. They are full of holes.

7. He………………………..that he would never lie to her again.

         
         3) Put the verbs in brackets into the present simple or the present continuous 

          1. I (think) about going to Paris next month.           

          2. Why (you| weigh) yourself? 

          3. I want to see if I (weigh) enough for my height.

          4. Anna is Italian. She (come) from Italy.

          5. Mary (be) naughty these days.

          6. She (feel) her way in the dark. 

          7. The milk (taste) awful.

          8. This cloth (feel) like velvet.

          9. The kitchen (smell) of burnt meat.

          10. These silk sheets (feel) lovely.



         4)   Fill in: even though , although, despite, in spite of, while
"Good news Cancerians! 1……………the hard time you’ve been going through lately, things are set to improve. 2…………………being busy recently, it’s important that you don’t ignore your friends and family. 3………… everyone seems happy, watch closely, someone needs your help. Next week, things will become more relaxed. You should take it easy 4……………………..things are quiet. Make sure you catch up on sleep, you’re going to need it! Invitations to all kinds of social events are on the way. 5……………….you may not feel like it, accept them all! You’ll meet lots of interesting people and this could bring major changes to your life.”




Task II


Watch the video and do the tasks:

Storytelling at Cedars School


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PQRlfVWPoc

Task 1.
State whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F):
1. The amateur storyteller has been working at Cedars School since the beginning of the second half of the autumn term.
2. Dominic Kelly often tells pupils his own stories.
3. The storyteller and the pupils retell and adapt traditional stories.
4. The storyteller decides what story the children are to retell.
5. Some pupils make up their own second half of the stories.
6. The Story Fair helps the children to develop their risk-taking skills.
7. The pupils tell stories in the groups of three.

Task 2.
Choose the correct variants:
1. The pupils of this class are _____ years old.
a) five – six b) six – seven c) seven – eight

2. The children don't use _____ when they tell stories.
a) books b) toys c) prompts

3. The primary school teachers see every child's progress in self-confidence and ______.
a) self-awareness b) selfishness c) self-esteem

4. The storyteller helps children to improve their skills in _____.
a) writing b) listening c) playing

5. The children usually work in _____.
a) pairs b) their classroom c) teams

6. To be a good storyteller you need to be a good _____.
a) writer b) actor c) director

7. The infant school has had such a course for _____ years already.
a) three b) two c) five

Task 3.
Complete the sentences:
1. The focus of storytelling is trying to find ways of _____.
2. The technique 'Jump loading' means _____.
3. The Story Fair is an activity when _____.
4. The storytelling helps children to raise _____, improve _____, learn how to _____.
5. The storytelling is a magnificent outlet for _____.
6. Dominic is a storyteller rather than _____.



Task III

Text for reading comprehension

In the Depth of Ages

    The Stone Age was a period of history which began in approximately 2 million B.C. and lasted until 3000 B. C. Its name derived from the stone tools and weapons that modern scientist found. This period was divided into the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic Ages. During the first period, (2 million to 8000 B.C.) the fist hatchet and use of fire for heating and cooking were developed. As a result of the Ice Age, which evolved about one million years into the Paleolithic Age, people were forced to seek shelter in caves, wear clothing, and develop new tools.

    During the Mesolithic Age (8000 to 6000 B.C.) people made crude pottery and the first fish hooks, took dogs hunting, and developed a bow and arrow, which was used until the fourteenth century A.D.

    The Neolithic Age (6000 to 3000 B.C.) saw humankind domesticating sheep, goats, pigs and cattle, being less nomadic than in previous eras, establishing permanent settlements, and creating governments.

 

Task 1. Answer the questions:

1.     Into how many periods was the Stone Age divided? 

a) 2    b) 3   c) 4    d) 5

     2.   Which of the following was developed the earliest?

           a) the fish hook   b) the fist hatcher   c) the bow and arrow   d) pottery

     3.   Which of the following developments is not related to the conditions of the Ice Age?

           a) farming   b) clothing   c) living indoors   d) using fire

     4.   Which period lasted the longest?

           a) Palaeolithic   b) Ice Age   c) Mesolithic   d) Neolithic

     5.   Which of the following periods saw people develop a more communal form of living?

           a) Palaeolithic   b) Ice Age   c) Mesolithic   d) Neolithic

     6.   The author states that the Stone Age was so named because

           a) it was very durable   b) the tools and weapons were made of stone

           c) there was little vegetation   d) the people lived in caves

 

Task 2. Find synonyms to the words (one synonym for each word):

1. approximately

 

4. hatchet

 

2. tools

 

5. shelter

 

3. modern

 

6. crude

 

  greedy  unsophisticated  challenge ax preceptor contemporary intently roughly charity vanity

  utensils  accommodation alter precious

  

Task 3. Which of them is early Stone Age, middle Stone Age and new Stone Age?

a)     Mesolithic, b) Neolithic,  c) Palaeolithic Ages



Task IV

Read the text below and give your own version as for the ending of the story:


    Danny looked excitedly out of the window as the aeroplane was taking off into the bright sky. Then he smiled happily at his dad who was holding his soft hand tightly.

    They had been flying for an hour when Danny’s father disappeared for a few minutes. He came back followed by a friendly looking stewardess in a blue and red uniform. "Would you like to see the cockpit, Danny?” she asked. Danny couldn’t believe it. "This is a dream come true,” he thought as he followed the stewardess to the front of the plane.

    The captain was showing Danny the different controls and dials when suddenly the cockpit door burst open. A tall man with a scar on his left cheek, who was carrying a gun, grabbed Danny and yelled at the captain, ”This is a hijack! I’m in control now.” Without thinking of danger Danny bit the man’s hand as hard as he could. The hijacker screamed in pain and unexpectedness …

 

 

Read the text below and give your own version as for the ending of the story:

     I was alone in the house reading a scary ghost story as snow fell silently outside. The only sound was the ticking of my old grandfather clock. The dying fire cast an orange glow onto the walls of my study.

    I was absorbed in the story when suddenly I began to feel that someone was watching me. The clock stopped ticking. I looked around but I could see no one. Was my mind playing tricks on me?

    Trying to ignore my intense tears I returned to my book. After a few seconds though the book was knocked to the floor by an unseen hand. "Who’s there?” I cried. I saw something standing in front of me that made my blood run cold…

 












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