Английский язык 9-11 классы, школьный (первый) этап, г. москва, 2016 год

LISTENING

Time: 15 minutes

Maximum points – 10 points

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For items 1–10 listen to an interview with the astronaut Charles Duke, who is talking about his trip to the moon, and decide whether the statements 1–10 are TRUE according to the text you hear, or FALSE, or the information on the statement is NOT STATED in the text. You will hear the text twice.

  1. As a child, Charles showed no particular interest in space travel.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. Charles started his career in the Air Force as a pilot.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. The hardest part of the training for Charles was endlessly practising the lunar landing.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. The interviewer is pretty sure Charles sailed through his training.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. When he first found out he was going to the moon, Charles was exhilarated.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. Charles had to stop doing all sports.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. During the process of landing, the crew panicked since they couldn’t find a landing spot because of the dust.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. After landing, the crew had to rest for 6 hours before going out onto the moon surface.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. The loneliness of the moonscape made the greatest impact on Charles.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated
  1. He didn’t return after the mission empty-handed, since Charles fetched a physical lunar souvenir.
    • ( ) True
    • ( ) False
    • ( ) Not Stated

WRITING

Time: 60 minutes, (30 scores)

Comment on the following quotation.

“All that glisters is not gold.”

William Shakespeare

Write 200–250 words.

Use the following plan:

  • explain how you understand the author’s point of view;
  • express your personal opinion and give 2–3 reasons in its support;
  • give examples to illustrate your reasons, using your personal experience, literature or background knowledge;
  • make a conclusion.

Внимание!

При превышении объема более чем на 10% от заданного (276 слов и более), проверяются первые 250 слов. При превышении объёма менее чем на 10% от заданного, баллы за содержание не снижаются.

Олимпиада по английскому языку

В современном мире английский язык – это не просто средство международного общения. Он очень важен во многих сферах жизни, включая повседневные действия и развлечения. На этом языке выпускается большинство компьютерных программ и игр, с его знанием связано умение приобретать различные вещи за границей, а также работа во множестве сфер, особенно в туристической, экскурсионной, научной, предпринимательской и так далее.

Сейчас английский язык очень важен для молодежи, потому что наше общество становится все более открытым, а поездки зарубеж давно перестали быть чем-то редкостным и экстремальным. Сегодняшним школьникам обязательно придется иметь дело с этим языком, поэтому заранее подготовиться и проверить уровень своих знаний – это правильное и мудрое решение.

Принимая участие в олимпиаде по английскому языку онлайн, можно легко проверить уровень собственных знаний, найти «слабые места» или же убедиться в правильности направления своего развития. Это простой, быстрый и доступный способ улучшения собственных знаний, ведь эти тесты работают по тому же принципу, с которым школьники будут сталкиваться в ходе дальнейшего обучения в школе, а затем и в высшем учебном заведении.

При прохождении олимпиады по английскому языку у школьника будет возможность выбирать правильный ответ из нескольких предложенных вариантов, а это означает, что он сумеет и в будущем быстро сориентироваться и грамотно решить любую задачу.

Используя наш портал в качестве подготовки и тренировки для решения будущих, более сложных задач, школьник укрепит уверенность в собственных силах и усовершенствует знания.

Как это работает

Олимпиада представляет собой 10 вопросов, подобранных по классам, то есть соответствующим уровню сложности школьной программы по английскому языку для каждого класса. Школьник самостоятельно выбирает для себя группу вопросов и отвечает на них онлайн, выбирая в тесте правильный ответ.

После того, как весь процесс будет пройден, будет получен результат. Ожидать не придется, система срабатывает мгновенно. Школьник может получить документ – диплом, подтверждающий прохождение олимпиады и уровень его знаний. Для этого потребуется составить заявку на получение диплома в электронном виде (PDF) и оплатить 80 рублей.

Тесты для олимпиады разительно отличаются от привычных контрольных работ, что вносит необходимое разнообразие в учебный процесс и стимулирует развитие и углубление знаний иностранного языка. Для того, чтобы отлично знать его и уметь пользоваться, необходимо не просто заучивать правила, а правильно использовать их на практике. Именно такие глубокие и практические знания способна дать олимпиада, проходимая на нашем сайте.

Кроме решения сугубо практических задач, это действие исключительно полезно для психики школьника. Он обретает уверенность в себе и своих силах, учится преодолевать трудности, быстро и правильно реагировать на меняющуюся ситуацию.

Английский язык 11 класс

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USE OF ENGLISH

Time: 25 minutes

Maximum points – 20 points

Task 1

For items 1–10, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the space in the same line. There is an example at the beginning (0).

Example:

BOREDOM

Games in Space

For astronauts on long missions into space, (0) … can be a real problem.BORE
In order to help the astronauts, (1) … and doctors need to find

out what this feels like.

SCIENCE
As part of the (2) … programme, six volunteers will be locked away for 520 days to see what effect this has on their mind andSEARCH
body. During their time in (3) … , the volunteers will be able to communicate with their controllers, but only in a way that replicates the astronauts’ experience. For example, the furtherISOLATE
away from ‘Earth’ they get, the longer the delay in the signal, so they will be (4) … to have a conversation in real time.ABLE
As part of the experiment, the volunteers will be allowed to play computer games. There will be a (5) … of solo gamesMIX
and (6) … games available. Afterwards, they will be asked toCOMPETE
give (7) … on how hard they found the games to play and whatFEED
their (8) … state was at the time.EMOTION
As a result of the (9) … gathered, it may be possible to createINFORM
special (10) … for crews on future missions.SOFT

Task 2

For items 11–20, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. Use from three to five words. The number of words you should put in the gap is specified in each case.

Do NOT use contracted forms. There is an example at the beginning.

Example: 0. “Let’s go to the cinema on Sunday,” said Ann.

wanted

Ann_____ _____ ____ ____ to the cinema on Sunday. (4 words)

wanted us to go
  1. I am totally convinced that you will pass the exam.

CHANCE

In my opinion, there ____ ____ ____ ____ your failing the exam. (4 words)

  1. Not many people came to the wedding.

NUMBER

Only ____ ____ ____ ____ people came to the wedding. (4 words)

  1. I do not have any money left.

RUN

I ____ ____ ____ ____ money. (4 words)

  1. The play was shorter than we had expected.

LAST

The play did not____ ____ ____ ____ we had expected. (4 words)

  1. I could not concentrate fully because of the noise coming from the next room.

HARD

The noise coming from the next room ____ ____ ____ to concentrate fully. (3 words)

  1. The twins described their experience to me in detail.

DESCRIPTION

The twins gave ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ their experience. (5 words)

  1. You can go to the cinema but you must get a taxi home afterwards.

LONG

You can go to the cinema ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ a taxi home afterwards. (5 words)

  1. The flooding led to the road being closed.

RESULT

The road had to ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ of the flooding. (5 words)

  1. That contestant did not succeed in getting to the final round of the quiz show.

TO

That contestant did not____ ____ ____ to the final round of the quiz show. (3 words)

  1. Carol would rather not come to the beach with us today.

FEEL

Carol ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ to the beach with us today. (5 words)

Максимум за работу – 45 баллов

LISTENING

Time: 10 minutes (10 points)

For items 1–10 listen to a dialogue between a famous actor and his woman colleague and decide whether the statements 1–10 are TRUE according to the text you hear (A), or FALSE (B), or the information on the statement is NOT STATED in the text (C). You will hear the text twice.

  1. The woman says that her colleague likes the process of film-making.
  2. The man never drinks tea from plastic cups.
  3. The man thinks it’s important to find a place where he could feel at home.
  4. The man has never worked in a theatre.
  5. The woman says that many people in the film industry become bored with their
  6. The man says that his new film is coming soon.
  7. The Daughter was filmed in summer.
  8. In The Daughter the man plays a role of a Comanche.
  9. The man is Irish.
  10. The man thinks The Daughter is a western.

LISTENING

Time: 15 minutes (15 points)

Task 1

For items 1–10 listen to a passage from a lecture and decide whether the statements (1–10) are TRUE (A), or FALSE (B) according to the text you hear. You will hear the text twice.

The speaker says that:

  1. Changes in the graduate employment market are caused by pure economic problems.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  2. For several years, there have been ten graduates for ten vacancies on the market.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  3. More than half of the employers believe they will be able to hire enough employees.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  4. IT is one of the fields with unfilled vacancies.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  5. The number of weaker graduates who won’t be able to find a job they want will be growing.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  6. The new graduates are called the Boomers.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  7. New graduates dislike long-term projects.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  8. The Boomers disapprove of ambiguity and multiple answers.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  9. New graduates reject authority and supervision.
    • A) True
    • B) False
  10. Both generations love evaluation.
    • A) True
    • B) False

Task 2

For items 11–15 listen to the dialogue. Choose the correct answer (A, B or C) to answer questions 11–15. You will hear the text twice.

  1. Bob wants to do a gap year because
    • A) he doesn’t want to study.
    • B) he needs time to choose the right subject.
    • C) he wants to earn money for studies.
  2. Connie says that voluntary work abroad is a chance
    • A) to make friends.
    • B) to get more life experience.
    • C) to escape the parental pressure.
  3. Bob says that his parents disapprove of
    • A) gap years.
    • B) voluntary work.
    • C) football fans.
  4. Connie suggests that Bob should
    • A) apply to different universities abroad.
    • B) talk to different employers abroad.
    • C) once again talk to his parents about working abroad.
  5. When Connie says ‘there is nothing to lose in finding out’, she suggests searching for
    • A) information on voluntary work abroad.
    • B) reports from people who have done gap years.
    • C) the date of information evenings to be held at school.

Audioscript

Listening comprehension

Listen to Matthew talking to his aunt about his friends. What hobby does each of Matthew’s friends enjoy? For questions 1 to 5, write a letter A to H next to each friend. You will hear the conversation twice. You have 20 seconds to look at the questions.

(Pause 20 seconds)

Now we are ready to start.

Woman: What’s your favourite hobby at the moment, Matthew?

Boy:  I don’t know, but Christina, she’s in my class, is in the mountains this week. She loves snowboarding.

Woman: That’s an exciting hobby! What about Jason, does he still enjoy drawing cartoons?

Boy:  It’s funny. He prefers being in the kitchen now! He loves making strange biscuits and things! Some of them taste terrible! Do you remember Tania?

Woman: Oh, the girl who played guitar at your party?

Boy:  That’s right. She spends hours practicing that.  She wants to be a real musician one day.

Woman: Mmm. And what about Steven? Isn’t he good at volleyball?

Boy:  No! He just loves sending messages to everyone on the computer.

Woman: Well I’m the same!

Boy:  Molly’s always out on one of her  bikes somewhere. She’ll help repair them too. If you’ve got a problem, she’ll know what to do.

Woman: That’s useful.

Boy:  And Ivan enjoys entering competitions. He loves difficult science questions most! He reads different science magazines online.

Woman: He must be very clever.

Boy:  Yes, he is!

Now you have 20 seconds to fulfil the task.

(Pause 20 seconds)

Now listen again.

(The recording is repeated)

Now you have 15 seconds to check your answers.

(Pause 15 seconds)

This is the end of .

Part 1 «Listening» (10 scores)

Time: 10 minutes

For items 1–10 listen to a dialogue and decide whether the statements 1–10 are
TRUE according to the text you hear (A), or FALSE (B), or the information on the
statement is NOT STATED in the text (C). You will hear the text twice.

  1. Mike has returned from a game of golf.
  2. Mike is going to Shaldon.
  3. The clock is slow.
  4. The clock is very old.
  5. Mike likes the smell of egg and ham pie.
  6. It will take more than thirty minutes to have the egg and ham pie ready.
  7. Mike asks for a mushroom omelette.
  8. The mother offers some pork pie.
  9. Mike didn’t like the taste of cheese and tomatoes.
  10. Mike’s last phrase is a joke.

Keys

Part 2 «Reading»

Task 1

(4 points)

1234
DBAE

(20 points)

5myth10appears15common20however
6although11power16prove21avoid
7sensible12larger17remedy/ treatment22cause
8fact13stopped18treatment/ remedy23trial
9regularly14normal19illnesses24bowls

Task 1

(20 points)

1walked/ were walking
2lay/ was lying
3did not know/ didn’t know
4had dreamed/ dreamt; ’d dreamed/ dreamt; had been dreaming/’d been dreaming
5was given/ had been given/’d been given
6never wanted/ had never wanted/ ’d never wanted
7lay/ was lying
8passed/ had passed / ’d passed
9lived/were still living
10fought
11beat
12have lived / ’ve lived/ have been living
13came
14is getting/ ’s getting; has got/ ’s got
15has already become/ ’s already become
16will move / ’ll move
17have
18beg
19has never begged / ’s never begged
20thought

(10 points)

21222324252627282930
CACABBDADC

Audioscript

Listening comprehension

For items 1–10 listen to a man talking about a boy called Michael who crossed the Atlantic in a sailing boat and decide whether the statements 1–10 are TRUE according to the text you hear (A), or FALSE (B), or the information on the statement is NOT STATED in the text (C). You will hear the text twice. You have 20 seconds to look through the statements.

(pause 20 seconds)

Now we begin

In 2007, Michael Perham, a fourteen-year-old boy from the south of England, became the youngest person to sail across the Atlantic alone. Michael set off from Gibraltar on the 5,600 kilometre voyage which took forty-seven days. It was a long and, some may say, dangerous adventure, but Michael was determined to get there.

Michael started sailing when he was seven, and says the idea of an Atlantic crossing had been floating around in his head for a few years. Then one day, his father, Peter, who’s a keen sailor, decided that the time was right. Michael helped with the design of a new 9-metre yacht which was built for them and to which Michael gave the name the Cheeky Monkey.

They say that for a real sailor, crossing the Atlantic isn’t a big deal, but people imagine that sharks and huge waves would be the greatest dangers. In fact, Michael’s father sailed alongside his son in his own boat to make sure he was OK. They worked in shifts throughout the night: an hour on, then an hour off, because one of them had to be on watch, in case large ships came too near to them.

Are you wondering what Michael ate during his voyage? Well, he says he and his father filled two supermarket trolleys with things like sausages, spaghetti and stews, which could be easily heated in a pan. Everything had to be in tins, though, because that type of food keeps fresher than stuff in packets or jars.

So what did Michael miss most? He says he sometimes missed human contact and having a face-to-face conversation. He got used to his limited food supply but says what he really longed for was hot toast. Knowing what teenagers are like, I’d been expecting him to say burgers or crisps, but then Michael is no ordinary teenager!

When asked how he communicated with his father, Michael explains that it was all done by radio, though for Michael nothing compared with the pleasure of following his father’s progress through his binoculars. Michael also communicated with his family at home by satellite phone. One day his father contacted Michael to tell him a part of his own boat was broken, which really disappointed Michael because it might mean that they would have to go slower. But, in the end, that wasn’t necessary.

I asked Michael how he entertained himself on the boat. He told me he’d taken his guitar with him but it had stayed in its case throughout the trip. He couldn’t play because the boat was always rolling about! He loved to read and he also had an iPod that his sister had lent him. This he plugged into portable speakers and it was on pretty much all the time.

Was there anything that frightened Michael? He says the weather was a bit of a worry at times, and once he got caught in a force-nine storm, but managed to handle the boat OK. The one event that really shook him was when a flying fish jumped into the boat and hit him on the shoulder. But mostly things were great, like sailing alongside dolphins and seeing the bluest skies anyone could ever imagine.

Everybody is really proud of Michael’s achievements. And a remarkable thing about the trip is that he also raised thousands of pounds for the charity known as ‘Children in Need’. His school has been very supportive — the head teacher allowed Michael to miss school, saying that a few weeks on the ocean would be an amazing learning experience.

It’s quite likely that Michael’s next challenge will be to sail non-stop around the world. His father would do the trip in another boat, but it would be a very different experience because they would be in 20-metre boats which travel much faster, so they would never really be in sight of each other. Michael says next time he’ll remember to pack some photos, to remember friends and family if he feels lonely, but he’ll leave the guitar at home!

You have 20 seconds to check your answers. (pause 20 seconds)

Now listen to the text again. (text repeated)

This is the end of the listening comprehension task.

Part 2 «Reading»

Time: 30 minutes (24 points)

Task 1

Read the text and choose four of the statements A–F to match paragraphs 1 — 4.

  1. Garlic reduces the risk of heart disease.
  2. Juggling is good for the brain.
  3. Eating oranges can stop you from getting colds
  4. Sitting too close to a television is bad for your eyes.
  5. If you get cold, you risk catching a cold.
  6. Reading in poor light can damage your eyes.

Truth or Myth?

1_____________

This is a (5) ________. It won’t damage your eyes, (6) ________ it might give you a headache. The (7) ________ thing is to watch television at a distance that feels comfortable. But watching too much TV can be a bad idea. In (8) ________, research shows that children who (9) ________ spend more than 10 hours a week watching TV are more likely to be overweight and slower to learn at school.

2 _____________

This (10) ________ to be true. Scientists have found that juggling balls for one minute every day can increase your brain (11) ________. Researchers in Germany carried out brain scans and found that certain areas of the brain had grown (12) ________ in people who practiced juggling. However, when they (13) ________ juggling, their brains went back to their (14) ________ size.

3 ____________

This is a (15) ________belief, but scientists say there is nothing to (16) ________

that it’s true. However, the use of this vegetable as a natural (17) ________ goes back to the Ancient Egyptians, and research shows that it can be an effective (18) ________ for coughs, sore throats and upset stomachs, among other (19) ________. Unfortunately, many people dislike the smell, but you can take it in pill form.

4 ________________

The truth is that people get colds from viruses, not from being cold. (20) ________, keeping warm may help you to (21) ________ getting a cold. Researchers at Cardiff University’s Common Cold Centre found that a fall in body temperature can (22) ________ cold viruses to become active. In a (23) ________, a group of people sat with their feet in (24) ________ of iced water for 20 minutes. A third of them developed colds in the next five days, compared to only 9% of another group who kept dry.

Task 2

Now read the text again and complete the gaps 5–24 with the words below:

althoughcauseillnessespowersensible
appearscommonlargerprovestopped
avoidfactmythregularlytreatment
bowlshowevernormalremedytrial

LISTENING

Time: 10 minutes

(10 points) For items 1–10 listen to a man talking about a boy called Michael who crossed the Atlantic in a sailing boat and decide whether the statements 1–10 are TRUE according to the text you hear (A), or FALSE (B), or the information on the statement is NOT STATED in the text (C). You will hear the text twice.

  1. Michael Perham, a teenage boy from the south of England, became the only person to sail across the Atlantic alone.
  2. Michael started his voyage across the Atlantic when he was seven.
  3. The Cheeky Monkey is a 9-metre yacht which was designed for the cross-Atlantic voyage.
  4. During his voyage, Michael ate food which had been presented to him by a local supermarket.
  5. Burgers and crisps were the things Michael missed most during his voyage.
  6. One day during the trip, Michael’s father contacted him to say that a part of Michael’s boat was broken.
  7. Michael didn’t play his guitar during the trip.
  8. Once he managed to catch a flying fish which had jumped into his boat.
  9. Michael contributed a lot of money to the fund Children in Need.
  10. Michael and his father would like to do their next trip in bigger and faster boats.

Критерии оценивания раздела «Письмо»

Максимальное количество баллов – 15.

Внимание! При оценке «0» по критерию «Решение коммуникативной задачи» выставляется общая оценка «0»

БАЛЛЫ за Р КЗРешение коммуникативной задачи (максимум 3 балла)ОФОРМЛЕНИЕ (максимум 12 баллов)
Организация текста (максимум 3 балла)Лексика (максимум 3 балла)Грамматика (максимум 3 балла)Орфография и пунктуация (максимум 3 балла)
3 Задание выполнено полностью: правильно указаны автор и название произведения1; содержание отражает все аспекты, указанные в задании (3 аспекта); стилевое оформление речи выбрано правильно (нейтральный стиль).

Объём работы либо соответствует заданному, либо отклоняется от заданного не более чем на 10 % в сторону увеличения (не больше 154 слов2) или на 10 % в сторону уменьшения (не меньше 90 слов).

3 балла Высказывание логично; средства логической связи использованы правильно; текст правильно разде лён на абзацы.3 балла Работа не имеет ошибок с точки зрения лексического оформления.3 балла Работа не имеет ошибок с точки зрения грамматического оформления.3 балла В работе нет орфографи ческих и/или пунктуационных ошибок.
2 Задание выполнено: есть фактическая ошибка в указании имени автора или названия произведе ния; И/ИЛИ некоторые аспекты, указанные в задании, раскрыты не полностью3 (1–2 аспекта раскрыты не полностью или 1 аспект не раскрыт); И/ИЛИ имеются отдельные нарушения (1-2) стилевого оформления речи.2 балла Высказывание в основном логично (допус кается 1 логиче ская ошибка); ИЛИ имеется 1 ошибка в исполь зовании средств логической связи; ИЛИ имеется 1 нарушение при делении текста на абзацы.2 балла В работе имеются 1–2 лексические ошибки.2 балла В работе имеются 1–2 грамма тические ошибки.2 балла В работе имеются 1–2 орфографи ческие и/или пунктуационные ошибки.
1 Задание выполнено не полностью: содержание отражает не все аспекты, указанные в задании (3 аспекта раскрыты не полностью или 2 аспекта не раскрыты или 1 аспект не раскрыт и 1–2 аспекта раскрыты не полностью); И/ИЛИ нарушения стилевого оформления речи встречаются достаточно часто (3 – 4 нарушения).1 балл Высказывание не всегда логично (допускаются 2-3 логические ошибки); И/ИЛИ имеются 2-3 нарушения в использовании средств логической связи; И/ИЛИ имеются 2-3 нарушения при делении текста на абзацы.1 балл В работе имеются 3–4 лексические ошибки.1 балл В работе имеются 3–4 граммати ческие ошибки1 балл В работе имеются 3–4 орфографи ческие и/или пунктуационные ошибки.
Задание не выполнено: автор и название произ ведения не указаны или являются придуманными; И/ИЛИ содержание не отражает тех аспектов, которые указаны в задании (2 аспекта не раскрыты и 1 аспект раскрыт не полностью или 3 аспекта не раскрыты); полностью нарушено стилевое оформление речи (5 и более нарушений). И/ИЛИ Объём менее 90 слов.0 баллов Отсутствует логика в построении высказывания (имеются 4 и бо лее логических ошибок); И/ИЛИ имеются 4 и бо лее ошибок в ис пользовании средств логиче ской связи или средства логической связи не используются; И/ИЛИ отсутствует абзацное членение текста.0 баллов В работе имеются 5 и более лексических ошибок.0 баллов В работе имеются 5 и более грамматических ошибок.0 баллов В работе имеются 5 и более орфогра фических и/или пунктуационных ошибок.

1 Орфографические ошибки в названии произведения и имени автора не учитываются, название и имя автора не учитываются при подсчете слов.

2 При превышении объема более чем на 10 % от заданного (155 слов и более), проверяются первые 140 слов. При превышении объема менее чем на 10% от заданного, баллы за содержание не снижаются.

3Аспект считается раскрытым не полностью, если у эксперта есть замечания по приведенным аргументам. Аспект считается нераскрытым, если аргументация отсутствует.

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«Письмо» – 15.

Эксперт № _______.

ID участникаК1

 Решение КЗ (максимум 3 балла)

К2

Организация текста (максимум 3 балла)

К3

Лексика (максимум 3 балла)

К4

Грамматика (максимум 3 балла)

К5

Орфография и пунктуация (максимум 3 балла)

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Script (Part 1. Listening )

You will hear five different people talking about their experiences while being in Moscow. For questions 1–5, choose from the list of events (A–F). There is one extra letter you DO NOT need to use. You will hear the text twice.

Now you have 30 seconds to read the task.

Now we are ready to start.

Speaker 1

Last night, when we were passing by the Cathedral of … what’s its name?… Oh yes, Christ the Saviour, we were really impressed not only by its appearance – which was beautiful!.. There was a huge crowd of people standing around waiting and we were lucky enough to join them when after a few minutes a concert started… The music was divine!.. The musicians played some classical and, some, I guess, spiritual music and the whole event was dedicated to Moscow’s jubilee.

Speaker 2

Last time I was in Moscow, it was early in July … it was rather warm … very much like in my country. I liked Moscow and the Muscovites and had a great time here. I made some new friends – they’re students too, very nice guys. I promised to come in winter, for the Christmas holidays. And here I am. But the weather is awful! I have to wear a warm coat and I don’t like it… Last night, my Russian friends took me to the Vorobyovy Hills. They wanted to go to Red Square at first, but I refused. I don’t fancy crowds, you know…

Speaker 3

When we arrived in Moscow last May, the first thing that caught my eye was the fact that people in the street were wearing those striped ribbons, I guess they were black and orange, yes, I am sure, they were black and orange… And these ribbons were everywhere – fixed to peoples’ clothes, handbags, even cars! We asked each other what they were for but nobody knew. Then, when the guide came, she explained that it was a new tradition and told us the whole story. It’s amazing!

Speaker 4

I must say that the day was great, the weather was great and the food was great too! It was a real holiday! As it’s my first year at the university, I haven’t had a party like that before. First, the rector came with a huge bowl of some hot drink and started to give it out to the students. Hmm, I really enjoyed it … Unusual but quite good! It was followed by pancakes and some pies… Then there was music and dances, and… we laughed a lot…

Speaker 5

What really impressed me in Moscow was the orthodox festival in Kolomenskoye. Oh, I can’t forget those delicious pancakes, they call them “blini”,… with a lot of butter and sour cream … not good for your health though … but I couldn’t resist them … And the events, of course. It was as if I was taken back a few centuries into the past – all those bears, puppets, and snow forts! People wearing national clothes … and a huge straw doll, they burnt it in the end… These celebrations are usually held in …

You have 20 seconds to do the task.

Now listen to the text again.

You have 15 seconds to complete the task.

This is the end of Part 1.

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