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Literary quiz

Literary quiz

  • Учитель английского языка – Филитова Галина Михайловна
  • 9- класс
  • МОУ средняя школа №15, г. Егорьевск, Московская область, 2011 год

William Shakespeare

  • English writer (1564-1616)

Charles Dickens

  • English writer (1812-1870)

Somerset Maugham

  • English writer (1874-1965)

Lewis Carroll

  • English writer (1832-1898)

Robert Burns

  • English writer (1759-1796)

Daniel Defoe

  • English writer(1660-1731)

Agatha Christie

  • English writer (1890-1976)

Charlotte Bronte

  • English writer (1816 — 1855)

Peter Benchley

  • American writer(1940-2006)

Richard Sheridan

  • English writer(1751-1816)

Jerome K. Jerome

  • English writer (1859-1927)

"Right or wrong?"

  • Shakespeare performed his plays in the Globe theatre.
  • Jungle book was written by George Byron.
  • Fairy-tale is a book that tells an exciting story of crime and violence.
  • Smoking, eating and dancing are allowed in the library.
  • There were 3 sisters Brontee.
  • "Alice in Wonderland" was written by Lewis CarrolJ.
  • Shakespeare was born in London.
  • Robert Burns is a Scottish poet.
  • Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of Winston Churchill.

"Right or wrong?"

  • "Romeo and Juliet" is a comedy.
  • Many famous British writers are buried in Westminster Abbey.
  • Charles Dickens is the author of "Oliver Twist".
  • There are no famous writers in Britain.
  • Western is another person's life.
  • There is only one Turgeniev's Museum - in Moscow.
  • "Gone with the wind" is a short story that teaches a lesson, in which animals or objects speak.
  • Charlotte Brontee wrote "Jane Eyre".
  • Dictionaries are books about hobbies, crafts, plants, animals and weather

Compose the titles of well-known books written by the British writers

  • The school...
  • a. ...bondage
  • Gone with...
  • b. ...Crusoe
  • Of human...
  • c. ...Lear
  • Alice...
  • d. ...for scandal
  • Jane...
  • e. ...in a boat
  • Robinson...
  • f. ...the wind
  • Oliver...
  • g. ...Eyre
  • King...
  • h. ...Pan
  • Three men...
  • i. ...Twist
  • Peter...
  • j. ... in Wonderland

Match the titles of well-known books with the writers

  • 1
  • The school for scandal
  • William Shakespeare
  • 2
  • Jaws
  • Charles Dickens
  • 3
  • Jane Eyre
  • Lewis Carroll
  • 4
  • Three men in a boat
  • Robert Burns
  • 5
  • Robinson Crusoe
  • Somerset Maugham
  • 6
  • Oliver Twist
  • Daniel Defoe
  • 7
  • King Lear
  • Agatha Christie
  • 8
  • Of human bondage
  • Charlotte Bronte
  • 9
  • Detective stories
  • Peter Benchley
  • 10
  • Songs and poems about Scotland
  • J. M. Berrie
  • 11
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Richard Sheridan
  • 12
  • Peter Pan
  • Jerome K. Jerome

What do you know about Shakespeare?

  • Questions for team-1
  • 1. When and where was Shakespeare born?
  • 2. What was his mother?
  • 3. What was his father?
  • 4. What kind of education did he get?
  • 5. How old was he when he married Anne Hathaway?
  • 6. What was she?
  • 7. How many children did they have?

What do you know about Shakespeare?

  • Questions for team-2
  • 1. Why did he leave Stratford?
  • 2. What did he become in London?
  • 3. When did he produce most of his known work?
  • 4. When did the company build the Globe theatre?
  • 5. What plays were performed in that theatre and what happened to that theatre?
  • 6. When did Shakespeare retire and go to live in Stratford?
  • 7. When did he die and where was he buried?

Determine genre and then fill in the table.

  • 1
  • Criminals, robbers, killers. There is always a clever detective or a policeman who catches them in the end.
  • 2
  • Aliens, spaceships, trips to the moon and star wars.
  • 3
  • The author describes somebody's life or writes about himself (herself).
  • 4
  • Wizards, witches and other magic objects and words. Some wizards are bad, some witches are good.
  • 5
  • Princes and princesses, very bad witches and magic animals that help
  • good people. The plot is usually very simple. Good people are rewarded.
  • Bad people are punished.
  • 6
  • Pirates, cowboys, boys and girls are always doing exciting things. You also find ships, faraway islands, lost treasure, and a lot of danger in these stories, but there is usually a happy ending.
  • 7
  • Vampires, witches, ghosts and scary supernatural events.
  • 8
  • Things that happened in the past. Some characters may not be real, but the description of the period is usually very good.
  • 9
  • Love and hate. The characters go through a lot of difficulties to come together.

Fill in the table. Match the genres with their descriptions

  • Genre.
  • What is it about?
  • a) romance
  • b) detective story
  • c) biography
  • d) science fiction
  • e) horror
  • f) adventure story
  • g) fantasy
  • h) fairy tale
  • i) history book

Match the headlines (a-g) with the ideas of the articles (1-7).

  • Headlines
  • a)
  • Thames Whale Dies
  • b)
  • Kia to Build Plant
  • c)
  • $50 M Expansion for Kremlin Museum
  • d)
  • Americans Prefer Russia
  • e)
  • Athletes Get Set for Melbourne
  • f)
  • Global and Local News to Be Brought to Every Home in Moscow
  • g)
  • Papers and Printed

The ideas of the articles

  • 1
  • One of the biggest South Korean car markers is planning to begin making its world-famous cars in Georgia.
  • 2
  • The International Herald Tribune and The Moscow Times are starting a new project together. Soon Russian readers will be able to get their new periodicals daily.
  • 3
  • A big sea animal got into the river. People tried to help it but could not.
  • 4
  • One of the most important historical places in Moscow is getting a present on its 200th birthday – a new building for the growing collection.
  • 5
  • Three of Belarus’ few independent newspapers stopped being published.
  • 6
  • Sportsmen from 53 countries are in final preparations for this week’s Games.
  • 7
  • The poll organized by the University of Connecticut shows that people in the country have begun to feel more kindly to our motherland.