Олимпиада по английскому языку
в 7 классе
1. It’s…..colder today than yesterday.
A) Most B) More C) Very D) Super E) Much
2. Andrew…..for this company.
A) Works B) Work C) has worked D) am working E) will works
3. Who’s that girl? … .
A) Is Betty B) It’s Jane C) She’s a pupil
4. In his free time he likes … with his friend.
A) playing B) play C) plays
5. I … my homework because I left my book in school.
A) can’t to do B) can’t do C) don’t make
6. … the room!
A) Not to go into B) Don’t going to C) Don’t go into
7. … these three girls do you know?
A) How many B) Which of C) What of
8. Last week John … his leg.
A) fell and broke B) felt and broke C) fallen and broken
9. Her eyes were as … as the sky.
A) blue B) blew C) blow
10. You can’t … jeans to the opera.
A) where B) wore C) wearTask II
Read the text and decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F).
The story of Robin Hood, the most popular English folk hero of all times, has reached every corner of the Earth. There are many versions of this well-known tale which is about 600 years old. Everybody knows Robin’s friends (Little John, Brother Tuck, Will Scarlet), and the famous Sherwood Forest — Robin Hood’s home and the place where many of his adventures took place. In other countries there are similar stories, such as William Tell in Switzerland, El Cid in Spain or Janosik in Poland, but only Robin Hood has become an ‘international’ hero.
Unfortunately, there is almost no evidence that Robin Hood really existed. Thirteenth-century ballads, fourteenth-century chronicles, a sixteenth-century History of Great Britain, all talk about Robin Hood. However, none of them tells us about the sources they used. In the 1800s and 1900s, historians found two Robin Hoods who lived in the fourteenth century. One of them was even King Edward II’s servant. Later on, other historians found several different Hoods living in different parts of England – Robin was a popular Christian name and Hood was a fairly common surname. It seems that by 1337, the story of Robin Hood was well established. Most probably, he lived around the year 1200.
Today, the legend of Robin Hood has turned Nottinghamshire into a large tourist attraction. In the centre of Nottingham there is Nottingham Castle. Parts of it still recall the time of Robin Hood. Sherwood forest has an excellent visitor’s centre with an attractive display and shop, and some very pleasant walks in the nearby forest. Edwinstowe church, in which, according to tradition, Robin Hood and Lady Marion were married, is one of the visitors’ favourite sites.
The story of Robin Hood has been known for 600 years.
William Tell, El Cid and Janosik are international heroes.
A sixteenth-century History of Great Britain includes a story about Robin Hood.
Robin Hood was King Edward II’s knight.
It is probable that Robin Hood lived in the twelfth century.
Ответы на тесты
Тестовое задание № 1 № 2 № 3 № 4 № 5
Ответ B A B A B
Тестовое задание № 6 № 7 № 8 № 9 № 10
Ответ C B B A C
Ответы на открытые вопросы
Ответ на вопрос 1:
TrueОтвет на вопрос 2:
FalseОтвет на вопрос 3:
TrueОтвет на вопрос 4:
FalseОтвет на вопрос 5: