Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap.

Школьный шаг всероссийской олимпиады школьников

По британскому языку

Учебный год 5-6 классы

Время проведения: 60 минут_

Все ответы к заданиям «Аудирование», «Чтение», «Лексико-грамматический тест» ДОЛЖНЫ БЫТЬ ПЕРЕНЕСЕНЫ В ЛИСТ ОТВЕТОВ

PART 1. LISTENING. Time: 5 minutes

Listen to the text and decide if the information is true (A) or false (B).

1. A king was travelling through Holland Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap.. ___

2. He stopped to have breakfast. ___

3. He ordered tea, cakes and some ice cream. ___

4. The breakfast was very expensive. ___

5. It’s difficult to meet kings in the village. ___

PART 2. READING. Time: 15-20 min

Task 1.

Read the text and decide if the information is true (A) or false (B).

Aesop and the Traveller

Aesop was Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. a very clever man who lived hundreds of years ago in Greece. He wrote many fine stories. He was well-known as a man who was fond of jokes. One day, as he was enjoying a walk, he met a traveller, who greeted him and said, “Kind man, can you Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. tell me how soon I shall get to town?” “Go,” Aesop answered. “I know I must go,” protested the traveller, “but I should like you to tell me how soon I shall get to town.”

“Go,” Aesop said again angrily.

“This man must be mad”, the traveller thought and Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. went on.

After he had gone some distance, Aesop shouted after him. “You will get to town in two hours.” The traveller turned round in surprise. “Why didn’t you tell me that before?” he asked.

“How could I have told that before?” answered Aesop. “I did not Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. know how fast you could walk.”

1.Aesop was a clever man who lived in Italy. ___

2.He was fond of walking. ___

3.The traveller did not know how quickly he would get to town. ___

4.Aesop told him at once how soon he would get to town. ___

5.Aesop wrote many fine Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. stories. ___

6.Aesop met a king. ___

7.The traveller wanted to go to town. ___

8.Aesop answered the man after he had gone some distance. ___

Task 2.

Read the text and decide if the information is true (A) or false (B).

The London Underground and the Moscow metro

The London Underground is the oldest one in the Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. world. In 1870 there was the opening of the first line. It was like a tube, that’s why English people call the lines the Tube.

The London Underground is very long. It’s about 300 kilometres long and it has about 300 stations. Some of them are closed on Sundays. The Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. other stations are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. The price of tickets isn’t low. It depends on the distance. There are comfortable seats in the carriages. The walls in the carriages are white or grey. There are a lot of ads and pictures on them.

When you Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. want to find metro stations in Moscow you look for the letter “M”. The Moscow metro began its work on the 15th of May, 1935. There were 13 stations at that time. Now it has more than 190 stations. Our metro is one of the most beautiful, comfortable and the Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. cleanest metro in the world. We are proud of it.

9.The name of the old London lines is the Subway. ___

10.Some stations of the London Underground don't work at the weekends. ___

11.The price of the tickets in London is the same. ___

12.There are pictures on the walls in Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. the carriages in London.

13.The Moscow Metro is older than the London Underground. ___

14.The Moscow Metro is bigger than the London Underground. ___

15.The Moscow Metro had a few stations in 1935. ___

PART 3.USE OF ENGLISH. Time: 15-20 min

Task 1.

Read the text. Choose the best word (A, B, C or D) for each Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. gap 1-9.

The old musician

It happened in Vienna many years ago. Every evening an old man played 1)(A. in/ B. with/ C. on/ D. the) violin in one of the streets. People passed 2)(A. to/ B. at/ C. by/ D. in) and put some money into the 3) (A. man / B. men Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap.’s / C. man’s / D. mans) hat.

One night it was very cold and rainy. The old musician was playing the violin near the door of a restaurant, but the people didn’t stop to listen to him. Nobody gave him 4) (A. any / B. some / C. no Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. / D. a) money. He was very tired and hungry and couldn’t play any longer.

Suddenly a young man came up to him and asked, “Why did you stop playing?” The old man answered, “Nobody 5) (A. want / B. wants / C. wanted / D. will want) to listen to my music.”

The young man Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. took his violin and began playing. He played so 6) (A. beautiful/ B. beauty/ C. beautifully/ D. bad) that very soon 7) (A. there were / B. there was/ C. there are/ D. there is) a lot of people around him. Everybody liked the music and put a lot of money into Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. the old man’s hat.

Soon the hat was full of money. The old man wanted to thank the young man, but he 8) (A. cannot/ B. not could/ C. did not can/ D. could not) find him.

Nobody 9) (A. new/ B. knew/ C. know/ D. knows) that Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. he was Paganini.

Task 2.

Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap.

10.A hobby is something you like to (A. make/ B. do/ C. think) in your free time.

11.Hobbies differ (A. as/ B. then/ C. like) tastes.

12.Some people are interested (A Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap.. in/ B. about/ C. of) music.

13.People living (A. at/ B. to/ C. in) big cities and towns would like to be closer to nature.

14.So (A. them/ B. they/ C. their) spend their free time in the country.

15.Some of them go hiking and some find pleasure Read the sentences about hobbies. Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each gap. working in (A. them/ B. they/ C. their) gardens.


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