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 ПРОТОКОЛ

результатів конкурсу "BROVARY CHALLENGE" - 2019 

ПІП учасника Клас Навчальний заклад бали примітка
1 Герасименко Дар'я Вікторівна 9-А Калитянська ЗОШ 1-3 ступенів 68 переможець
2 Василенко Тетяна Олексіївна  10 Семиполківський НВК 61  
3 Печура Максим Олександрович 9 Калинівська ЗОШ 1-3 ступенів 59  
4 Борисенко Ростислав Романович 9 Требухівська ЗОШ 59  
5 Семко Софія Сергіївна  9 Великодимерський ліцей  54  
6 Галагуз Владислав Вікторович 10 Броварська гімназія ім С І Олійника 84 переможець
7 Кир'ян Катерина Яківна 10-А Броварська спеціалізована школа №7 70  
8 Плугова Анастасія Русланівна 10 Броварська гімназія ім С І Олійника 69  
9 Климаш Марія Ярославівна 10 Броварська зош № 10 68  
10 Красовський Мирослав Ігорович 10-Б Броварська зош № 10 60  

 


ПРОТОКОЛ

результатів І туру конкурсу "BROVARY CHALLENGE" - 2019
 


ПІП учасника Клас Навчальний заклад КОД бали
1 Галагуз Владислав Вікторович 10 Гімназія ім. С.І. Олійника B14 65
2 Кир'ян Катерина Яківна 10-А БСШ №7 B19 57
3 Плугова Анастасія Русланівна 10 Гімназія ім. С.І. Олійника B18 53
4 Герасименко Дар'я Вікторівна 9-А Калитянська ЗОШ 1-3 ступенів R4 53
5 Климаш Марія Ярославівна 10 ЗОШ №10 B12 51
6 Красовський Мирослав Ігорович 10-Б ЗОШ №10 B1 47
7 Телендій Анна Андріївна 10-Б Броварський НВК B11 45
8 Печура Максим Олександрович 9 Калинівська ЗОШ 1-3 ступенів R3 45
9 Гусєва Тетяна Валеріївна 10 Гімназія ім. С.І. Олійника B15 44
10 Василенко Тетяна Олексіївна  10 Семиполківський НВК R10 44
11 Семко Софія Сергіївна  9 Великодимерський ліцей  R2 41
12 Борисенко Ростислав Романович 9 Требухівська ЗОШ R5 41
13 Мельниченко Микола Валентинович 10 ОНЗ Гоголівська ЗОШ I-III ступенів R7 40
14 Круть Ольга Юріївна 9-А Броварська ЗОШ 1-3 ступенів №6 B5 38
15 Лук'яненко Дарина Романівна 10-Б Гімназія ім. С.І. Олійника B8 38
16 Мягка Анастасія Ігорівна 10-а Гімназія ім. С.І. Олійника B9 38
17 Висоцька Дяр'я Ігорівна 9-а БСШ №7 B7 37
18 Ратушна Марія Сергіївна 10 Гімназія ім. С.І. Олійника B10 36
19 Чичуга Катерина Олександрівна 10 ЗОШ №10 B2 34
20 Козлов Іван Денисович 9 БСШ №7 B21 29
21 Штепа Олена Юріївна 9 ОНЗ Гоголівська ЗОШ I-III ступенів R1 29
22 Музичка Владислав Олегович 9-А Броварська ЗОШ №6 B13 27
23 Стасюк Євген Андрійович  9 ЗОШ №10 B17 23
24 Лавріненко Стефанія Тарасівна 9 Погребська ЗОШ І-ІІІ ступенів R11 22
25 Горобчук Софія Дмитрівна  9 Б БСШ №7  B20 20
26 Слдоян Вікторія Сергіївна 10 Гімназія ім. С.І. Олійника B4 19
27 Шпиль Михайло Юрійович 9-В Требухівська ЗОШ R6 19
28 Косач Христина Михайлівна 9 БСШ №7 B16 17
29 Таран Ольга Валентинівна 9 ОНЗ Гоголівська ЗОШ R9 16
30 Шкробов Дмитро Максимович 10 ЗОШ І-ІІІ ст №10 м.Бровари B3 14
31 Борідченко Софія Володимирівна 9 БСШ №7 B6 14
32 Духно Дарія Олексіївна 9 Красилівська ЗОШ 1-3 ступенів R12 14
33 Жиглій Богдана Олексіївна 10 Великодимерський ліцей R8 14


ПРОТОКОЛ

результатів ІІ туру конкурсу "BROVARY CHALLENGE" - 2019

ПІП учасника Клас Навчальний заклад бали
1 Галагуз Владислав Вікторович 10 Броварська гімназія ім С І Олійника 19
2 Борисенко Ростислав Романович 9 Требухівська ЗОШ 18
3 Василенко Тетяна Олексіївна  10 Семиполківський НВК 17
4 Климаш Марія Ярославівна 10 Броварська зош № 10 17
5 Герасименко Дар'я Вікторівна 9-А Калитянська ЗОШ 1-3 ступенів 15
6 Плугова Анастасія Русланівна 10 Броварська гімназія ім С І Олійника 15
7 Печура Максим Олександрович 9 Калинівська ЗОШ 1-3 ступенів 14
8 Семко Софія Сергіївна  9 Великодимерський ліцей  13
9 Кир'ян Катерина Яківна 10-А Броварська спеціалізована школа №7 13
10 Красовський Мирослав Ігорович 10-Б Броварська зош № 10 13

  


VARIANT 1

Reading

Read the text below. Choose from A – H the one which best fits each space (1 – 6). There are two choices you do not need to use. Write the letter of your answer on the line after each number.

Dictionary

Consider the astounding facts of global English. Most estimates agree that there are some 375 million native speakers, a further 375 million second-language speakers and a staggering one billion learners of the English language at large in the world today. What's more, 90 per cent of the world's computers linked to the Internet are based in English-speaking countries.

Whatever the totals (and they'll always be disputed), there's no arguing with the fact that English is now more widely scattered, more widely spoken and written than any other language has ever been. I could go on, but (1) ________, English is the world's first truly global language.

Strange to relate, no one has yet thought to supply a dictionary of this language,
(2) _________. No one, that is, until Bloomsbury had the bright idea of going into partnership with Microsoft and commissioning a brand new dictionary of global English. This week, (3) _______ with the publication of The Encarta World English Dictionary (pp 2,175). Encarta is the registered trademark of Bill Gates's immensely successful electronic encyclopaedia, and one of this book's unique selling points is that it is the first dictionary to be written (4) _______.

So, is The Encarta World English Dictionary any good? It's certainly global, almost belligerently so, and (5) ________. There are line drawings, photographs and technical illustrations on every page. There are lexical items (i.e. words) from the Englishes of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, India, South Asia and Hawaii. There are citations from every conceivable pop cultural source.

Despite these much-trumpeted innovations, (6) _________. Its chief source is the 50 million word Corpus of World English and it has been written in both British and American English. Thus, to cite two obvious examples, 'sidewalk' is cross-referenced to 'pavement', while the American "aluminum" stands adjacent to the British "aluminium".

A

to give definitions in areas of what it calls "cultural sensitivity"

E

it is an amusing howler like some other dictionaries

B

to provide a guide through the thickets of potential global misunderstanding

F

the point is made – by every conceivable indicator

C

it is bursting with novelties designed to appeal to the MTV generation

G

with print and electronic publication in mind

D

the fruits of this collaboration are available for inspection

H

it is at heart a conservative volume

Use of English

Read the text below. For questions (1 – 8) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write the letter of your answer on the line after each number.

The Story of Gold

The story of gold is an adventure involving kings, queens, pirates, explorers, conquerors, and the native peoples they conquered. Throughout history, gold has woven a magic spell over those it touched. Gold is beautiful and rare; a soft shiny metal that can be moulded into many (1) _______ . It has been used for money, jewellery, and to decorate
(2) _______ special buildings as palaces and places of worship. (3) _______ the precious metal was discovered, prospectors rushed to mine it, starting new cities and countries as they went.

Gold and the people who love it have helped shape the world we live
(4) _______ today. Gold is one of many elements, or substances that cannot be changed by normal chemical means, that are found in the Earth's crust. Gold has a warm, sunny colour and (5) _______ it does not react (6) _______ air, water, and most chemicals, its shine never fades. In its natural (7) _______ , gold is soft and easily shaped. When heated to 1,062 Celsius it melts and can be poured into moulds to form coins, gold bars, and other objects. Stories have been told, movies (8) _______ and legends born about the discovery of the world's great gold deposits. It is a saga of dreams, greed, ambition and exploration.

 

1.

A

formats

B

outlines

C

shapes

D

lines

2.

A

such

B

like

C

many

D

little

3.

A

Whoever

B

However

C

Forever

D

Wherever

4.

A

at

B

in

C

for

D

on

5.

A

yet

B

despite

C

because

D

so

6.

A

with

B

in

C

to

D

at

7.

A

condition

B

parameters

C

state

D

position

8.

A

done

B

made

C

composed

D

developed

 Grammar

Put the verb in brackets into the correct form. Write your answer in the space provided.

  1. 1.      If she _____________ (know) about his financial situation, she would have helped him out.
  2. 2.      If she got back late last night, she ________________________ (come) to work today.
  3. 3.      She is determined to get a ticket for the concert, even if it means _______ (pay) a lot of money.
  4. 4.      By the time she arrives, we ________________________________ (finish) our homework.
  5. 5.      When I stopped _____________ (speak) to Mary, she was picking some flowers in her garden.
  6. 6.      That room ___________________________ (use) for a meeting this afternoon.
  7. 7.      She wished she ______________________ (buy) the new car.
  8. 8.      If you can’t go to sleep, try ______________________ (drink) some milk.
  9. 9.      If I had been more careful, I __________________________ (make) such a big mistake.
  10. 10.   He is believed ______________________ (hide) somewhere in the mountains.
  11. 11.   She claims _________________________ (meet) Richard.
  12. 12.   He hopes __________________________ (give) a pay rise soon.
  13. 13.   He is said __________________________ (injure) in an accident.
  14. 14.   She is tired. She claims ____________________ (work) hard lately.
  15. 15.   If I had won the lottery, I ____________________ (ask) for money now.
  16. 16.   If he had money, he _______________________ (buy) her a gift.
  17. 17.   I wish I _____________________ (get) your message earlier.
  18. 18.   I wish we ____________________ (go) to the party.
  19. 19.   If only John ____________________ (stop) insulting people.
  20. 20.   He is said _______________________ (lose) his job.

 Writing

Imagine that in response to the growing problem of overweight among children, the UK media regulator Ofcom has decided that all advertisements for foods that are high in fat, salt and sugar will be banned in and around TV programmes for children up to the age of 16.

Write an essay in which you give your opinion. Include the following points:

  • • whether you think the consumption of unhealthy foods by children is a serious problem;
    • • whether a ban on the advertising of such foods is an appropriate solution;
    • • what else could be done to stop children becoming obese.

Write your answer in the space provided.


VARIANT 2

 

Reading

Read the text below. Choose from A – H the one which best fits each space (1 – 6). There are two choices you do not need to use. Write the letter of your answer on the line after each number.

 

Should English Be Made Official Language?

Japan should adopt English as an official language. The reaction to this bold suggestion from Yoichi Funabashi, a senior staff writer of Asahi Shimbun, has been anything but apathetic. He was appealing to a sense of crisis due to (1) ________.

In the most recent national rankings of average scores in the internationally standardised TOEFL examinations Japan has finally slipped to last place in Asia. With an average score of 498, (2) _______ at the very bottom of the table. Thailand and Mongolia, which consistently lagged behind Japan until last year, both broke through the 500-point barrier to score an average of 502 this time around.

Funabashi has frequently called for reform in English teaching, (3) _______, he went one step further, arguing for "legislation to make English an official language."

The gist of Funabashi's argument is that Japan's voice and presence in international conferences and other forums is weakening, and while we may have been able to rely on the North Americans and Western Europeans (4) _______, those days are over. With the exception of Japan, it is now quite normal for government ministers and senior officials in Asian countries, almost without exception, to speak English with reasonable fluency. If we cannot explain what we are thinking in a way that others can understand, we will be unable to participate in the formation of international opinion. The transformation of English into a global language has accelerated with the dawning of the Internet age.

The media, non-government organisations, and academia risk being left out of the loop if they cannot communicate in English. Japan should recognise English as an essential tool and legislate (5) _______. English education should begin at elementary school, and the TOEFL examinations should replace the current examinations in university English courses. Funabashi believes that English will be the global lingua franca 50 years from now. "The Americans and English may think it'll be easy for them but, on the contrary, I think it could be a great threat to them. There would be a big jump in the number of people entering the market directly in English, so they may feel the threat of encroachment," he said.

Funabashi admits that it would take 20 to 30 years for English to take root as an official language, (6) _______. Funabashi has been amazed at the response: "I feel as though the idea of making it an official language is finally catching on."

A

but if this could be achieved it would transform Japan

E

we rank on a par with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

B

the deplorably low level of English-language ability that threatens to sink Japan…

F

to make allowances for us in the past

C

but it's in informal chats that leaders can sound out each others true feelings.

G

to make it an official language alongside Japanese

D

if but after seeing this dire situation

H

to do away with the non-committal language that is too wishy-washy


Use of English

Read the text below. For questions (1 – 8) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write the letter of your answer on the line after each number.

The Netherlands

Welcome to the Netherlands, a tiny country that only extends, at its broadest, 312 km north to south, and 264 km east to west – (1) _______ the land area increases slightly each year as a (2) _______ of continuous land reclamation and drainage. With a lot of heart and much to offer, 'Holland,' as it is (3) _______ known to most of us abroad – a name stemming (4)_______ its once most prominent provinces – has more going on per kilometre than most countries, and more English-speaking natives.

You'll be impressed by its (5) _______ cities and charmed by its countryside and villages, full of contrasts. From the exciting variety (6) _______ offer, you could choose a romantic canal boat tour in Amsterdam, a Royal Tour by coach in The Hague, or a hydrofoil tour around the biggest harbour in the world – Rotterdam. In season you could visit the dazzling bulb fields, enjoy a full day on a boat, or take a bike tour through the pancake-flat countryside spiced with windmills. The possibilities are countless and the nationwide tourist office, which is on hand to give you information and (7) _______ reservations. You'll have (8) _______ language problems here, as the Dutch are true linguists and English is spoken here almost universally.

1.

A

so

B

despite

C

in spite of

D

although

2.

A

whole

B

consequently

C

rule

D

result

3.

A

regularly

B

occasionally

C

commonly

D

unusually

4.

A

in

B

from

C

on

D

of

5.

A

historic

B

historical

C

historically

D

historian

6.

A

at

B

in

C

on

D

for

7.

A

sit

B

catch

C

do

D

make

8.

A

few

B

a few

C

little

D

a little

 Grammar

Put the verb in brackets into the correct form. Write your answer in the space provided.

  1. 1.      I ______________________________ (type) reports all morning.
  2. 2.      They __________________ (look) for a house for six months before they found one they liked.
  3. 3.      She was used to ________________________ (live) in the country.
  4. 4.      She __________________________ (complete) her report until 5 o’clock.
  5. 5.      By the end of next month, she __________________________ (teach) for twenty years.
  6. 6.      She introduced herself and went on ________________________ (talk) about her new book.
  7. 7.      If I had been more careful, I ________________________ (make) such a big mistake.
  8. 8.      If only I ____________________________ (steal) the motorbike.
  9. 9.      I wish you ___________________________ (pay) more attention!
  10. 10.   She is believed _________________________ (kidnap).
  11. 11.   He’s got a headache. He claims ___________________ (work) on the computer all morning.
  12. 12.   He hopes ___________________________ (offer) a promotion.
  13. 13.   He claims ___________________________ (win) a lot of money.
  14. 14.   He seems ____________________________ (work) hard.
  15. 15.   He is believed _________________________ (lie) in court.
  16. 16.   A new law ____________________________ (pass) by the government.
  17. 17.   He had never been abroad, but he spoke about New York as though he __________ (be) there many times.
  18. 18.   It’s about time you ______________________ (go) to bed.
  19. 19.   Supposing you __________________________ (invite), would you have gone?
  20. 20.   They rushed to the airport only __________________ (inform) that the flight had been cancelled.

 Writing

Imagine that a popular tabloid newspaper would like to receive articles from students to see how they have reacted to the decision made by their school to get rid of examinations. Educational process will now be based on continuous assessment and project work.

Write an essay in which you give your opinion. Include the following points:

  • should exams be banned?
  • how do you feel about this?
  • is it a good or a bad idea?

Write your answer in the space provided.

 KEYS

 

VARIANT 1

Reading (12 points)

1. F

2. B

3. D

4. G

5. C

6. H

Use of English ( 16 points)

1. C

2. A

3. D

4. B

5. C

6. A

7. C

8. B

 

Grammar (40 points)

  1. 1.        had known
  2. 2.        won’t come
  3. 3.        paying
  4. 4.        will have finished
  5. 5.        to speak
  6. 6.        is being used
  7. 7.        had bought
  8. 8.        drinking
  9. 9.        wouldn’t have made
  10. 10.     to be hiding
  11. 11.     to have met
  12. 12.     to be given
  13. 13.     to have been injured
  14. 14.     to have been working
  15. 15.      wouldn’t be asking
  16. 16.     would have bought
  17. 17.     had got
  18. 18.     could go
  19. 19.     would stop
  20. 20.     to have lost


VARIANT 2

 

Reading (12 points)

1. B

2. E

3. D

4. F

5. G

6. A

Use of English (16 points)

1. D

2. D

3. C

4. B

5. A

6. C

7. D

8. A

 

Grammar (40 points)

  1. 1.        have been typing
  2. 2.        had been looking
  3. 3.        living
  4. 4.        won’t have completed
  5. 5.        will have been teaching
  6. 6.        to talk
  7. 7.        wouldn’t have made
  8. 8.        hadn’t stolen
  9. 9.        would pay
  10. 10.     to have been kidnapped
  11. 11.     to have been working
  12. 12.     to be offered
  13. 13.     to have won
  14. 14.     to be working
  15. 15.     to have lied
  16. 16.     has been passed
  17. 17.     had been
  18. 18.     went
  19. 19.     had been invited
  20. 20.     to be informed


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