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Департамент образования Ярославской области

Центр образования школьников «Олимп»

Всероссийская олимпиада школьников 2009-2010 учебного года




Английский язык, 7 – 8 классы, муниципальный этап

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Listening (about 30 – 40 minutes)

Part 1.

Teacher’s notes

  • The introduction is not the same on the recording and the student’s paper.

  • There is quite a lot to read in Part 1, so students have 45 seconds to read the questions before they listen.

  • The questions come in the same order as the information on the recording.

  • Students should choose the answers and write them on the answer sheet

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You will hear a man called Martin Carter talking on the radio about a trip he is going to make in a balloon. For questions 1-5, choose the best answer (A, B or C) and write it on the answer sheet .

^ You now have 45 seconds in which to look at the questions for Part 1.

Now we are ready to start. Listen carefully. You will hear the recording
twice.


Interviewer: Today I'm going to talk to Martin Carter who is going to make a rather special

journey. Martin, tell us what you're going to do.


Martin: My plan is to fly around the world in a balloon. I made a similar trip last August but it

wasn't successful so I'm going to try again in winter. The winds are best then and there

are fewer thunderstorms in December and January. I'll probably leave in January. I

don't know the exact date yet.

Interviewer: Are you using a similar balloon this time?

Martin: I found last time I didn't have enough fuel to cross the Pacific so I had to land in

India. My new balloon is larger so I can take more fuel with me. It will make it a bit

heavier but I'll be able to fly further.

Interviewer: What do you find most difficult on a long flight?

Martin: Well, last time I spent a lot of time talking on the radio. Because of that I only got

two hours sleep a day which isn't enough. That was a real problem for me. So this

time I'm going to spend less time on the radio and get more sleep. The food is

horrible but it keeps me alive and it's not for long so I don't mind.

Interviewer: I heard that you're taking several books to read. Is that a joke?

Martin: On my first trip I took some books with me but I never opened them. Any space I

have I'll fill with maps and I need room for my sleeping bag of course. That's a very

important item.

Interviewer: Why do you do it? What do you like about it?

Martin: It's very peaceful and quiet up there but, to be honest, I don't really like being on my

own. I like other people too much! But it's all worth it when I look down at the oceans

and the mountains. The world looks so perfect. And I loved flying over the Sahara

Desert.

Interviewer: Well, we wish you good luck. And what about the future?

Martin: As you know, my adventures started in a boat and I've already sailed across the

Atlantic on my own. I can fly a plane but I prefer balloons. Anyway, after this trip,

I've decided to stay on the ground. I'll go back to my hobby of climbing. On my list

are the seven highest mountains in the world so I need to start before I get too old.


Interviewer: Thank you, Martin, for talking to me. And good luck.


Now you'll hear Part 1 again.

That's the end of Part 1.There'll now be a pause of 30 seconds for you to copy your answers on your answer sheet.


Part 2.

Teacher’s notes

  • The introduction is not the same on the recording and the student’s paper.

  • There is quite a lot to read in Part 1, so students have 45 seconds to read the questions before they listen.

  • The questions come in the same order as the information on the recording.

  • Students should choose the answers and write them on the answer sheet.

Look at the six sentences for this part. You will hear a conversation between a girl, Cathy, and her

friend, Dan, about a swimming competition. Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.

^ You now have 20 seconds to look at the questions for Part 2.

Now we are ready to start. Listen carefully. You will hear the recording twice.

Cathy: Hi, Dan.Are you looking forward to the swimming competition tonight?

Dan: Well I am, but I'm a bit nervous. I haven't been in the team for ages because I hurt my leg

playing rugby.

^ Cathy: Oh, yeah. Well, you've done lots of practice recently. I'm sure you're as fit as you were

before.

Dan: I don't think so. Everyone seemed to be faster than me at the last practice.

Cathy: Rubbish. So, what time do we have to get there?

Dan: Six, isn't it?

Cathy: Oh, my bus doesn't arrive till 6.15.

Dan: My dad could give you a lift.

Cathy: Oh, could he?

Dan: Of course. You live in the block of flats behind the post office don't you?

Cathy: Yeah, that's right. But I can walk round to your house. That'll save your dad having to drive

to my flat.

Dan: OK. Can you be there by 5.30.

Cathy: Fine.

^ Dan: Aren't your parents coming to watch?

Cathy: Not tonight. I'm not sorry actually because my dad always shouts and cheers. He's really

embarrassing.

Dan: Well, at least he's showing an interest. My mum can never come and watch because she works

in the evenings. She's trying to find another job so she has evenings free. I hope she finds one.

If she does, she'll be able to come to watch me.

^ Cathy: But your dad usually comes.

Dan: Yeah, but he's not really interested in swimming. My mum used to swim a lot. She and I are

very similar really whereas my dad and I are quite different.

Cathy: I'm more like my mum too in most things. But she's not interested in sport. Whereas my dad

takes too much interest. He wants me to do football training too.
^ Dan: You're good at football.

Cathy: Well, I quite enjoy it and there's a good girls' football team at school but I want to play for

fun. My dad takes it all too seriously. I'd rather just go down the park with my friends and

play there.
Dan: Yeah, me too. Well, see you later then.
Cathy: OK. Bye.

Now listen again.

That is the end of Part 2


Now you'll hear Part 2 again.

That's the end of Part 2.

Now turn to Part 3.


Part 3.

You will hear a woman talking to a group of people about a new library.

For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space.

You now have 20 seconds to look at Part 3.

Now we are ready to start. Listen carefully. You will hear the recording twice.

Woman: Good afternoon. I'm going to show you around our new central library which only opened

last week. The first bit of good news is that we have longer opening hours than the old

library. From Tuesday to Saturday we open at 9.30 and close at 6pm. We're only open in

the afternoon on Monday from 2.30 until 6 and we're closed on Sunday of course.

We've moved some things around as we've got more space here. Fiction and reference

books are where they always were on the second floor and on the first floor you'll find

children's books. Every Saturday morning one of the librarians will read stories there.

There's a new section with games and puzzles which can be borrowed. Music has moved

from the first floor to the third floor where it has much more space. You'll also find DVDs

there as well as all our computers. They're still very popular, of course, so it's a good idea to

book in advance if you need to use a computer. Although we've increased the number,

there still always seems to be a queue.

You probably noticed as you came into the building on the ground floor, that instead of the

exhibition area there is now a cafe. That's already been a great success after only a week.

Borrowing times. We've extended the length of time you can keep books to three weeks

and there's no charge, of course. But if you keep them longer than that, there's a charge of

Ј1.75 a week. DVDs and videos can be borrowed for Ј3 a week as before. No increase

there. So, let's go upstairs and I'll answer questions as we go.

Now listen again.

That is the end of Part 3.


You now have six minutes to check and copy your answers onto the answer sheet.





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