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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #23359: Olympic Games
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    Olympic Games

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    1. Women were to take part in the ancient Olympic Games or even to be spectators.

    2. The first modern Olympic Games was in Athens in 1896.

    3. The International Olympic Committee is the supreme of the Olympic movement.

    4. The winner of an event receives a gold medal, the competitor in second place receives silver and the competitor in third position is a bronze medal.

    5. It is not a country that an Olympic Games, but a city that is given the honour.

    6. The Olympic rings represent the union of the five .

    7. The Olympic flame had been part of the ancient games and first in the modern games in 1928.

    8. All competitors receive a diploma and a commemorative medal marking their in the Olympic Games.

    9. Originally a strict code regarding amateur restricted the number of participants who were eligible.

    10. The first Olympic Games to be televised live was the 1936 games in Berlin. Television is now a vital of income for the Olympic Committee.

    11. Though women had competed before, it was not until the games of 1912 that women were formally .

    12. Although the Olympic Games is meant to bring together the athletes of the world in peaceful competition, it has been by political tensions.

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