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 Заголовок повідомлення: Oлімпіада 2021-22 навчального року ІІI-IV курс (проф)
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Online олімпіада 2021-2022 навчального року для студентів ІІІ-IV курсів (за професійним спрямуванням)

Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II

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Зображення9 лютого 2022 року відбудеться Олімпіада online з англійської мови для студентів ІІІ-IV курсу (за професійним спрямуванням) усіх відділень. Бажаючим прийняти участь необхідно зареєструватися на сайті.

Зображення Online олімпіада буде проводитисяЗображення з 18 - 00 до 19 - 30.



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Письмові відповіді необхідно відправити в розділ Зображення"Новых ЛС" на прізвище Донцова 09.02.2022 до 19.40. Незареєстровані студенти можуть відправляти відповіді на адресу Зображення https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008650053072 (Facebook).

В 20.00 усі виконані та відправлені роботи будуть висвітлені. Також будуть відправлені правильні відповіді на завдання. Кожний учасник може власноручь перевірити свої відповіді.


Зображення ЗАВДАННЯ ДО ОЛІМПІАДИ

Task 1. Listen to the text and choose the correct answers.




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Elizabeth II, in full Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, officially Elizabeth II, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of her other realms and territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith, (born April 21, 1926, London, England), queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from February 6, 1952. In 2015 she surpassed Victoria to become the longest-reigning monarch in British history.

Зображення https://youtu.be/OPK_ocQxQR8



1. At the age of ... Elizabeth learned about her father's death.

A- twenty-one
B- twenty-three
C- twenty-four
D- twenty-five

2. Time magazine called Elizabeth ... .

A- woman of the year
B- women of the year
C - queen of the year
D - princess of the year

3. Her coronation on June 2nd .... saw 8000 guests.

A- 1951
B -1952
C- 1953
D -1954

4. Her coronation took place in .... .

A- Tower
B- Westminster Abbey
C- Buckingham Palace
D- Windsor Castle

5. In 1992....

A- Windsor Castle caught fire
B- two of the queen's children divorced and Buckingham Palace caught fire
C- two of the queen's children divorced
D- two of the queen's children divorced and Windsor Castle caught fire

6. At the age .... the queen made a tour to... .

A- 85/ India
B- 86/ Australia
C- 85/ Australia
D- 85/ Austria

7. It was the 16th time Elizabeth visited ... .

A- Canada
B- the USA
C- New Zealand
D- Australia

8. In June ... Elizabeth celebrated ... years on the throne.

A- 2012/60
B- 2011/60
C- 2012/50
D- 2013/60

9. Only two monarchs celebtated the diamond jubilee on the throne ... and .... .

A- queen Victoria / queen Elizabeth II
B- queen Victoria / queen Elizabeth I
C- queen Anne / queen Elizabeth II
D- queen Anne / queen Elizabeth I

10. In .... queen Elizabeth II became the longest reigning monarch.

A- 2017
B- 2022
C- 2015
D- 2021



Максимум 10 балів


Зображення Task 2. Match pairs of words from two coloumns A and B from the video.

A

1. queen Elizabeth's
2. global
3. to witness
4. time to mark
5. to see the royal family
6. from
7. to pay
8. in good
9. visited
10. the longest reigning

B

A- a new Elizabethan age
B- hands
C- tribute to
D- in all their glory
E- monarch
F- her silver jubilee
G- reign
H- my heart
I- the continent
J- spotlight
[b]

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Зображення Task 3. Read the information about the Queen Elizabeth and her animals and choose the right answer.

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1. Throughout her entire life and reign, dorgis and corgis have been constant canine companions to Queen Elizabeth. Over time, they’ve become symbolic of the ... : They nipped at her heels in a skit for the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony, posed with her on the cover of Vanity Fair, and frolicked with her on expansive palace lawns and castle grounds. Back in March, the queen shared a photograph of herself on the telephone from Windsor Castle, talking to Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Sitting on her desk? Bronze corgi figurines.

A- Windsor Castle
B- palace lawns
C- monarch
D- Olympics opening ceremony

2. Give the proper translation of the word "breed" in the extract.

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Elizabeth II is perhaps the most well known dog lover of the Royal Family. The queen is associated with the Corgi. Elizabeth II always takes her dogs while travelling to different countries. She even created a new breed, Dorgis (Corgi + Datschund)

A- категорія
B- порода
C- вигодовувати
D- покоління

3. Before she was Queen, she was a young Princess Elizabeth, surrounded by dogs. “The children live surrounded with their own and their parents’ many dogs, which include labradors, and even a Tibetan breed,” wrote Kathleen Woodward in a 1937 issue of the Sunday Times. “Both children have their own dogs, and are taught to look after their feeding and grooming. Princess Elizabeth has a Welsh corgi, from which she is seldom parted.” Although Woodward did not name the pup, it is assumed to be one named Dookie, brought home by her father, ..., in 1933. It would be the first of over 30 corgis the queen has owned during her lifetime. Woodward got it right when she said “seldom parted”: In 1935, photographers captured the little princess, not yet the heir presumptive, walking Dookie (or perhaps the other family corgi, Jane) in Hyde Park. Two years later, she stood on the Buckingham Palace balcony for Trooping the Colour, her first as the first in line to the British throne. In her 11-year-old arms she held her ... .

A- the Duke of York /dorgi
B- the Duke of York /spaniel
C- the Duke of York /Tibetan breed
D- the Duke of York /corgi

4. In 2015, the British tabloids reported that the queen decided to stop ... dogs—in her old age, she was reportedly worried that a young dog would ... her, and she didn’t want to leave any corgi behind.

A- playing/bite
B- going for a walk/ not play with
C- breeding/ outlive
D- prepare food/like

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5. All throughout her life, Queen Elizabeth has been a lover of horses. She is an avid ... that has ridden and owned horses for many years.The Queen began riding horses when she was only three years old. She soon became an accomplished equestrian and would often ride in Royal ceremonies as well as for leisure. In addition to riding, the queen is a passionate horse ... , conversationalist, and racehorse owner.

A- equestrian / breeder
B- groomer / singer
C- equestrian / iconic
D- riding horses/ wild horse

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6.Queen Elizabeth’s very first horse was a Shetland pony named Peggy. Her Majesty got Peggy at the young age of 4 as a birthday present from her ..., King George V.

A- father
B- brother
C- uncle
D- grandfather

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7. After her first pony, the Queen continued to ride. She made her debut as a princess at the annual .... on horseback on a horse named Tommy. While riding at ceremonies, she would ride sidesaddle.

A- Swan upping
B- Trooping the Colour ceremony
C- Ceremony of the Keys
D- State Opening of Parliament

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8. The Queen is an avid fan of Thoroughbred racing. After her father, King George VI, passed away, she ... breeding and racing stock. The Queen’s Thoroughbred breeding program is at the Royal Stud in Sandringham. As yearlings, they go to Polhampton Stud before heading to various training stables. She routinely visits to observe and assess her Thoroughbred horses. To date, Her Majesty’s horses have won over 1,600 races. Her horses have won ... at least once with the exception of Epsom Derby. She is extremely knowledgeable about the Thoroughbred industry and is a patron of the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association.

A- wanted/ some British Classic Races
B- bought/ the British Races
C- inherited / all the British Classic Races
D- begin/the Scotch Classic Races

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9. All 5,300 breeding pairs of ... in Britain are officially owned by the Queen.In 1993, the medieval post of Keeper of the Queen’s Swans had its responsibilities split into Warden of the Swans and Marker of the Swans. Together, these two ceremonial officials of the royal household organise and conduct the annual swan-upping ceremony, where swans and cygnets on the ... are rounded up, counted and examined for injuries before being released back into the wild.

A- black swan/ River Severn
B- white swan/ River Thames
C- mute swan/ River Thames
D- mute swan/ River Severn

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10. The Queen has made more than 250 official visits to 129 countries and has received a lot of fun ..., which live in ... now.

A- gifts/Madame Tussaud's Rock Circus
B- gifts/London Zoo
C- gift/Piccadilly Circus
D- gifts/Zippo’s Circus

Максимум 10 балів



Зображення Task 4.Insert adjectives in the necessary degree of comparison.

1. Queen Elizabeth is the ... -reigning monarch in British history and is easily the ... famous.

A- long/most
B- longer/ many
C- more long/much
D- longest/most

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2. Stamp collecting is one of the world's ... popular hobbies and is done in all cultures all over the world. Queen Elizabeth, herself appears on several stamps, so it makes sense she has a collection!

A- most
B- many
C- much
D- more

3. Elizabeth's uncle, Edward VIII abdicated the throne ... than a year after taking it so that he could marry an American socialite named Wallis Simpson.

A- less
B- many
C- much
D- little

4. Blood is ... than water.

A- thick
B- thicker
C- thickest
D- more thick

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5. ... a small fish than empty dish.

A- good
B- better
C- best
D- more good

6. He works ... who knows his trade.

A- good
B- better
C- best
D- more good

7. Street parties, a concert with some of the world's " ... entertainment stars" and a chance to see the Queen's homes up close are all part of the plan to mark her 70 years on the throne.

A- big
B- bigger
C- biggest
D- more big

8. There isn't really a template for celebrating a British monarch's 70-year reign, because it's not happened before.
The ... was Queen Victoria's 63 years and elsewhere you have to go back to 18th-Century France and Louis XIV, who reached 72 years.

A- near
B- nearer
C- nearest
D- more near

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9. Queen Elizabeth II has devoted her life to the service of her country. But nearly a decade before she became queen, she entered another kind of service when she became the first female member of the British royal family to become an ... duty member of the British Armed Forces — making her the last surviving head of state to have served during World War II.

A- active
B- activer
C- activest
D- more active

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10. Elizabeth took her ATS duties seriously, but the idea of a future queen repairing automobiles proved irresistible. Her enlistment made headlines around the world, with newspapers applauding the young princess’ commitment to the war effort and calling her "Princess Auto Mechanic." And though her parents had proved resistant to the idea of her joining the military, they were immensely ... of their daughter, paying a visit to her ATS unit in April 1945, with ... daughter Margaret — and a fleet of reporters and newsreel cameramen — in tow.

A- proud/younger
B- prouder/ younger
C- proudest/ youngest
D- more proud/ young

Максимум 10 балів



Зображення Task 5. National symbols of the United Kingdom. Read and choose the right answer.

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1. The Union Flag, or Union Jack, is the national flag of the United Kingdom. It is so called because it combines the crosses of the three countries united under one Sovereign - the kingdoms of England and Wales, of Scotland and of Ireland (although since 1921 only Northern Ireland has been part of the United Kingdom). The flag consists of three heraldic crosses.

A- The cross of St Nikolas, patron saint of England since the 1270's, is a red cross on a white ground.The cross saltire of St Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, is a diagonal white cross on a blue ground. The cross saltire of St Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, is a diagonal red cross on a white ground.
B- The cross of St George, patron saint of England since the 1270's, is a red cross on a white ground.The cross saltire of Saint David , patron saint of Scotland, is a diagonal white cross on a blue ground. The cross saltire of St Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, is a diagonal red cross on a white ground.
C- The cross of St George, patron saint of England since the 1270's, is a red cross on a white ground. The cross saltire of St Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, is a diagonal white cross on a blue ground. The cross saltire of Saint David, patron saint of Ireland, is a diagonal red cross on a white ground.
D- The cross of St George, patron saint of England since the 1270's, is a red cross on a white ground.The cross saltire of St Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, is a diagonal white cross on a blue ground. The cross saltire of St Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, is a diagonal red cross on a white ground.

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2. The Union Flag was originally a Royal flag. When the present design was made official in 1801, it was ordered to be flown on all the King's forts and castles, but not elsewhere. It is today flown above ... when The Queen is not in residence.

A- Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Sandringham
B- Buckingham Palace, Balmoral Palace and Sandringham
C- Kensington Palace, Windsor Castle and Sandringham
D- Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and St James's Palace

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3. The main National Royal symbol is the Royal Coat of Arms, which identifies the person who is the Head of State. The royal Coat of Arms reflects the history of the Monarchy and of the country, because it comprises the various Royal emblems of different parts of the United Kingdom. In the centre of the emblem a heraldic shield is situated. It is divided into four parts: three gold leopards or lions on a red ground is the ... . The British Royal Coat of Anns emblem (left upper part & right lower part), a red lion on a gold ground is the ... emblem (right upper part), yellow harp on a blue ground is the ... emblem (left lower part).

A- English/Scottish/Welsh
B- Irish/English/Scottish
C- English/Scottish/ Irish
D- Welsh/English/Scottish

4. The shield is supported by two ... — ... with the crown on the left and ... on the right. The ... represents pride, bravery, valour. It is also a symbol of power and royalty. The ... is a mythical animal. It has appeared at the British and the Scottish coats of arms and is the symbol of purity. They are surmounted by the Royal crown.

A- Royal Animals/ Welsh Dragon/Bulldogs/Dragon/Bulldog
B- Royal Beasts/the Lion/ the Unicorn/Lion /Unicorn
C- Royal Beasts/the Lion/the northern pike/Lion/northern pike
D- Royal Animals/Welsh Dragon/the Unicorn/Dragon/Unicorn

5. The coat features both the motto of British Monarchs:.... and the motto of the Order of the Garter: ... on a representation of the Garter behind the shield.

A- Dieu et mon droit (God and my right) /Honi soit qui mal y pense ('Evil to him who evil thinks')
B- Dieu et mon droit (Rise Above The Rest) /Honi soit qui mal y pense ('Be The Best')
C- Dieu et mon droit (Who dares winns) /Honi soit qui mal y pense ('By Strength and Guile')
D- Cymru am byth (Wales forever) /Honi soit qui mal y pense ('Serve to Lead)

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6. The idea of chivalry was introduced to the court during Edward Hi's reign. Once a lady at court dropped her garter. King Edward picked it up and put the garter on his leg. The King told the people, who were laughing at her in French "Honi soit qui mal у pense" which meant "Let him be ashamed who sees wrong in it". He founded the ... in 1348 and chose 24 knights to be the members of the order.

A- Order of Thistle
B- Order of St Patrick
C- Order of the Garter
D- Order of of the Bath

7. The motto of the Monarch which is also in French "Dieu et mon droit" ("God and my right"). Henry VI began to use it as the motto of the British monarch in the 15th century. Why French motto in an English-speaking country? The explanation is pure history. A French motto was chosen rather than English because French was the language of the ... . Henry VI spoke French and had been crowned the King of France as well as of England.

A- colleges
B- peasants
C- poets
D- ruling classes

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8. The plant symbols of the United Kingdom — ... — are often displayed beneath the shield.

A- the garlic, the thistle and the shamrock
B- the rose, the onion and the shamrock
C- the rose, the thistle and the shamrock
D- the chestnut, the thistle and the leek

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9. The system of titles and honours of the UK includes several grades. The highest honour is ... which is historically hereditary, and since 1959 ... is given. The five grades of nobility are Duke / Duchess (addressed to as Your Grace), Marquis / Marchioness (addressed to as My Lord / My Lady), Earl / Countess (addressed to as My Lord / My Lady), Viscount / Viscountess, Baron / Baroness.

A- peerage/life peerage
B- peasant/ royal peasant
C- educator/educator of the year
D- priest/priest king

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10. The Welsh dragon does not appear on the Union Flag. This is because when the first Union Flag was created in 1606, the Principality of Wales by that time was ... and was no longer a separate principality.

A- already united with Scotland
B- already united with England
C- already united with Ireland
D- already united with Northern Ireland

Максимум 10 балів



Зображення Task 6. Royal ceremonies and pageantry. Read and choose the right answer.

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1. Searching the Houses of Parliament. Before every State Opening of Parliament, the Yeomen of the Guard search the cellars beneath the Palace of Westminster by the light of old candle-lanterns. This precaution has been undertaken every year ... attempted to blow up parliament on the day of the State Opening.

A- since 1600, when the "Gunpowder Conspirators"
B- since 1505, when the "Gunpowder Conspirators"
C- since 1606, when the "Gunpowder Conspirators"
D- since 1605, when the "Gunpowder Conspirators"

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2. The State Opening of Pariament. The Queen travels from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster in ... , escorted by the Household Cavalry. The Imperial State Crown and regalia travels in front of The Queen in a carriage of its own.

A- double decker bus
B- a State coach
C- limousine
D- rolls royce

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3. The Queen arrives at Sovereign's Entrance and proceeds to the Robing Room. Wearing the Imperial State Crown and the Robe of State, she leads the Royal Procession through the Royal Gallery, packed with 600 guests, to the chamber of the ....

A- House of Commons and then House of Lords
B- House of Lords
C- House of Commons
D- House of Lords and then House of Commons

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4. No King or Queen has entered the House of Commons since ... , when Charles l stormed in with his soldiers and tried to arrest five members of Parliament who were there.

A- 1641
B- 1644
C- 1642
D- 1643

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5. Ceremony of the Keys. Probably the best known such ceremony is the one that takes place every night at the Tower of London, and has done so in some form or another since the 14th century. At exactly ... , the Chief Yeoman Warder, dressed in Tudor Watchcoat, meets the military escort, made up of members of the Tower of London Guard. Together, the Chief Yeoman Warder and the Yeoman Warder 'Watchman' secure the main gates of the Tower. Upon their return down Water Lane, the party is halted by the sentry and challenged to identify themselves:

Sentry: "Who comes there?"
Chief Warder: "The keys."
Sentry: "Whose keys?"
Chief Warder: "Queen Elizabeth's keys." (identifying the keys as being those of the current British monarch)
Sentry: "Pass Queen Elizabeth's Keys. All's well."

A- 9.52pm
B- 9.53am
C- 9.53pm
D- 9.53am

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6. Changing the Guard – also known as Guard Mounting – is the iconic ceremony which is seen by millions of people each year at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. Carried out by soldiers on active duty from the Foot Guards who have guarded the Sovereign and the Royal Palaces since 1660, the sight of their famous ... and ... is indelibly linked with Buckingham Palace and the British Monarchy.

A- foxskin hats/red tunics
B- bullskin hats/yellow tunics
C- wolfskin hats/green tunics
D- bearskin hats/red tunics

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7. Swan Upping. The annual census of the swan population on a particular stretch of the River Thames, Swan Upping has changed from a mostly ceremonial event to an important element of wildlife conservation. A flotilla of traditional Thames rowing skiffs, manned by Swan Uppers in scarlet rowing shirts and headed by The Queen’s Swan Marker, wearing a hat with ... row their way steadily up the Thames. ‘All up!’ they cry as a family of swans and cygnets is spotted, and the Swan Uppers carefully position their boats around the swans, lift them from the water and check their health. The Swan Marker’s iconic five-day journey upriver has been an annual ceremony for hundreds of years, and today it has two clear goals; conservation and education.

A- a white swan’s feather,
B- a black swan’s feather,
C- a white crow’s feather,
D- a grey crow’s feather,

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8. Maundy Thursday Ceremony In Britain today, the Queen follows a very traditional role of giving Maundy Money to a ... . The tradition of the Sovereign giving money to the poor dates from the 13th century, from the reign of Edward I.
At one time recipients were required to be of the same sex as the Sovereign, but since the eighteenth century they have numbered as many men and women as the Sovereign has years of age.Every year on this day, the Queen attends a Royal Maundy service in one of the many cathedrals throughout the country. 'Maundy money' is distributed to male and female ... from local communities near the Cathedral where the Service takes place

A- group of childen/childen
B- group of students/students
C- group of pensioners /pensioners
D- group of foreigners/ foreigners

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9. The Queens Telegram. It has been a long established Royal tradition that the reigning Monarch sends out a message on the occasion of someone’s ... birthday.

A- 101st
B- 110th
C- 105th
D- 100th

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10. The Queen and Honours. The Queen hands out honours twice a year - at ... and on her ... .There are a number of different categories of awards given out, each recognising a particular service to the Queen and country.These are:

Companion of Honour – for major contributions to the arts, science, medicine, or government
Knights/Dames – for major contributions in any activity, usually at national level
Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) – for prominent but lesser roles at a national level, or a leading role at regional level
Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) – for major roles in any activity
Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) –for outstanding achievements or services to the community
British Empire Medal (BEM) – for ‘hands-on’ services to the local community
Overseas Territories Police and Fire Service Medals
Royal Victorian Order (RVO) – usually awarded to people who have helped the Queen personally
The George Cross – a first level civilian medal for bravery
The George Medal – a second level civilian medal for bravery
The Queen’s Gallantry Medal – a third level civilian medal for bravery
The Queen’s Commendation for Bravery and The Queen’s Commendation for Bravery in the Air – awarded for risk to life

A- St. Patrick's Day/Boxing Day
B- Easter/ New Year
C- New Year/official birthday
D- St. Andrew's Day/May Day


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ЗРАЗОК ЗАПОВНЕННЯ ВІДПОВІДЕЙ НА ОЛІМПІАДУ .

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Відповіді на олімпіаду.

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Task 3. Read the information about the Queen Elizabeth and her animals and choose the right answer

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Task 5. National symbols of the United Kingdom. Read and choose the right answer.

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[/b] Зображення Відповіді на олімпіаду.

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Task 1. Listen to the text and choose the correct answers.

1 - D
2 - A
3 - C
4 - B
5 - D
6 - C
7 - D
8 - A
9 - A
10- C

Task 2. Match pairs of words from two coloumns A and B from the video.

1 - G
2 - J
3 - A
4 - F
5 - D
6 - H
7 - C
8 - B
9 - I
10- E

Task 3. Read the information about the Queen Elizabeth and her animals and choose the right answer.

1 - C
2 - B
3 - D
4 - C
5 - A
6 - D
7 - B
8 - C
9 - C
10- B

Task 4. Insert adjectives in the necessary degree of comparison

1. - D
2. - A
3. - A
4. -B
5. - B
6. - C
7. -C
8. - C
9. - A
10. - A



Task 5. National symbols of the United Kingdom. Read and choose the right answer.

1- D
2- A
3- C
4- B
5- A
6- C
7- D
8- C
9- A
10- B


Task 6. Royal ceremonies and pageantry. Read and choose the right answer.

1 - D
2 - B
3 - B
4 - C
5 - C
6 - D
7 - A
8 - C
9 - D
10- C
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1. Зображення МАРАШЛЕЦЬ ДМИТРО (ІІІ-А ЕЛ)
Task 1. Listen to the text and choose the correct answers.

1 -D
2 -B
3 -B
4 -C
5 -A
6 -B
7 -D
8 -C
9 -D
10-A

Task 2. Match pairs of words from two coloumns A and B from the video.

1 -C
2 -E
3 -G
4 -F
5 -D
6 -H
7 -J
8 -B
9 -I
10-A

Task 3. Read the information about the Queen Elizabeth and her animals and choose the right answer

1 -D
2 -B
3 -B
4 -A
5 -B
6 -D
7 -A
8 -D
9 -B
10-B

Task 4. Insert adjectives in the necessary degree of comparison.

1 -C
2 -A
3 -C
4 -B
5 -B
6 -C
7 -C
8 -D
9 -D
10-A



Task 5. National symbols of the United Kingdom. Read and choose the right answer.

1-A
2-D
3-A
4-C
5-D
6-D
7-B
8-A
9-B
10-C


Task 6. Royal ceremonies and pageantry. Read and choose the right answer..

1-C
2-C
3-B
4-A
5-D
6-D
7-D
8-A
9-A
10-B


2. Зображення АРТЕМЕНКО РОМАН (ІІ-А ЕЛ) (по вайберу)

3. Зображення ВОЛКАНОВА РУСЛАНА (ІІ-А БУХ) (по вайберу)

. 4.Зображення СВЯТОСЛАВ ОЛТУ (ІІІ-А ЕЛ) (по вайберу)

. 5.Зображення ШИШМАН КАТЕРИНА (ІІІ-А ЕЛ)


Task 1. Listen to the text and choose the correct answers.

1 -d
2 -d
3 -c
4 -b
5 -a
6 -c
7 -a
8 -b
9 -b
10-a

Task 2. Match pairs of words from two coloumns A and B from the video.

1 -a
2 -j
3 -i
4 -f
5 -c
6 -b
7 -g
8 -e
9 -d
10-h

Task 3. Read the information about the Queen Elizabeth and her animals and choose the right answer

1 -a
2 -b
3 -a
4 -c
5 -d
6 -a
7 -c
8 -d
9 -d
10-a

Task 4. Insert adjectives in the necessary degree of comparison.

1 -d
2 -d
3 -b
4 -b
5 -b
6 -c
7 -a
8 -a
9 -b
10-c



Task 5. National symbols of the United Kingdom. Read and choose the right answer.

1-c
2-d
3-b
4-d
5-a
6-c
7-b
8-b
9-a
10-d


Task 6. Royal ceremonies and pageantry. Read and choose the right answer..

1-b
2-b
3-a
4-d
5-c
6-b
7-c
8-d
9-a
10-a



6.Зображення НЄДОВ ВЯЧЕСЛАВ (ІІІ-Б ЕЛ)
https://www.facebook.com/messenger_media/?thread_id=100029363672397&attachment_id=477777277056739&message_id=mid.%24cAAAADPK_wJ2FELTKo1-32-ABtiwp

7.Зображення ОЛЕКСАНДР БЕРВЕТОВ (ІІІ-Б МЕХ)

https://www.facebook.com/messenger_media?thread_id=100028483773032&attachment_id=693078735197204&message_id=mid.%24cAAAADKYxt7iFEMyL2F-34c7du-1R

8.Зображення АНДРІЙ КОЖУХАР (ІІІ-Б ЕЛ)

Кожухар Андрій
Олімпіада
Task 1
1 d
2 a
3 c
4 b
5 d
6 c
7 d
8 a
9 a
10 a
Task2
1 b
2 j
3 a
4 f
5 d
6 h
7 c
8 g
9 i
10 e
Task3
1 c
2 b
3 d
4 c
5 a
6 d
7 b
8 c
9 c
10 b
Task 4
1 c
2 a
3 a
4 b
5 b
6 c
7 a
8 c
9 a
10 a
Task 5
10 b
9 a
8 c
7 d
6 c
5 a
4 b
3 c
2 a
1 d
Task 6
:
10 с
9 d
8 c
7 a
6 d
5 c
4 c
3 b
2 b
1 d


9.Зображення КОСТЯНТИН РУБЕЛЬ (ІІІ-А МЕХ)

https://www.facebook.com/messenger_media?thread_id=100077883438013&attachment_id=404607338130237&message_id=mid.%24cAAAB8Ca-pm2FEM4Rpl-34jFOUD9i


ПІДСУМКИ ОЛІМПІАДИ

Із 60 максимальних балів студенти отримали:


I місце АНДРІЙ КОЖУХАР (група ІІІ-Б ЕЛ) (54 бали ) Зображення

II місце РОМАН АРЕМЕНКО (група ІІ-А ЕЛ) (51 бал)

Зображення

IIІ місце ВОЛКАНОВА РУСЛАНА (група ІІ-А бух) (26 балів )
Зображення

IV місце ОЛТУ СВЯТОСЛАВ (група ІІІ-Б мех) (24 бали )

Зображення

V місце МАРАШЛЕЦЬ ДМИТРО (група ІІІ-А ел); БЕРВЕТОВ ОЛЕКСАНДР (група ІІІ-Б мех); РУБЕЛЬ КОСТЯНТИН (група ІІІ-А мех) (18 балів )

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VІ місце ШИШМАН КАТЕРИНА (група ІІІ-А ел) (17 балів )

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VІІ місце НЄДОВ ВЯЧЕЛАВ (група ІІІ-Б ел) (16 балів )

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В ОЛІМПІАДІ НЕ ПРИЙМАЮТЬ УЧАСТЬ


1. ДАВИД ПУТОВІТЕНКО (група ІІІ-А ел)

2. ЛЄФТЄР ОЛЕНА (група ІІ-А бух)


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