Олимпиада "Сәләт-Олимп" по английскому языку для 7 класса
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Task 1
Choose the correct questions to the sentences.
1. Steve is very strong because he works out in the gym every day. *
2. Coco Chanel gave the world the little black dress. *
3. Yesterday Tom invited his colleagues to a new restaurant. *
4. Jack wears only stylish, expensive and fashionable clothes. *
5. There are eleven players in a football team. *
6. A lot of people smile when they see little children and animals. *
7. Sally rarely wore make-up because she was a beautiful girl. *
8. My friend never jokes because he is a very serious person. *
9. Little Peter looks after his rabbit. *
10. On Fridays Philip comes home early. *
11. Cats are afraid of dogs. *
12. My daughter-in-law has a collection of toy cats. *
Task 2
Choose the correct prepositions.
1. Jim is really fond _____ his parents. *
2. The comedian is famous _____ his brilliant sense of humor. *
3. Small children depend _____ their parents. *
4. Joanne is very clever _____ telling stories. *
5. Many people believe ____ in life after death. *
Task 3
Choose the right meanings of the idioms.
1. The ball is in your court. *
2. Bucket list. *
3. Out of the blue. *
4. To have a head in the clouds. *
5. Get out of hand. *
6. A piece of cake. *
7. Not my cup of tea. *
8. Itchy feet. *
Read the text and decide if the information in the sentences is T(True) or F (False).
Marie Tussaud, Anna Maria Grosholtz (1761–1850), was born in Strasbourg, France. Her mother worked as a housekeeper for Dr. Philippe Curtius in Bern, Switzerland, who was a physician skilled in wax modelling. Curtius taught Tussaud the art of wax modelling.
Tussaud created her first wax figure of Voltaire in 1777. Other famous people she modelled at that time include Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Benjamin Franklin. During the French Revolution she modelled many victims. In her memoirs she claims that she would search through dead bodies to find the decapitated heads of executed citizens, from which she would make death masks. Her death masks were held up as revolutionary flags and paraded through the streets of Paris. Following the doctor’s death in 1794, she inherited his vast collection of wax models and spent the next 33 years travelling around Europe. Her marriage to Fran?ois Tussaud in 1795 lent a new name to the show: Madame Tussaud’s. In 1802, she went to London having accepted an invitation from Paul Philidor, a magic lantern and phantasmagoria pioneer, to exhibit her work alongside his show at the Lyceum Theatre, London. She did not fare particularly well financially, with Philidor taking half of her profits. As a result of the Franco-British war, she was unable to return to France, so she travelled throughout Great Britain and Ireland exhibiting her collection… etc.
1. Curtius was good at wax modeling.
2. During the French Revolution Marie Tussaud created wax figures of many famous criminals. *
3. Marie looked for her models among dead bodies. *
4. Her husband’s collection was not very big. *
5. Marie didn’t get much money from her exhibitions in London because she had to share her profits with Philidor. *
6. The Franco-British war made it impossible for Madam Tussaud to return to France. *
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