ENGLISH FINAL TEST 123456

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GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY If you … another cake, you …… sick A are eating/ would be B eat/ will be C ate/ will be D eat/ are Sad films always make me …………… A to cry B crying C cry D fright Nylon …………in the 1930s A invented B was invented C has been invented D had been invented What’s the most ……… experience you’ve ever had? A frighten B frightened C frightening D fright You will fail your exam …… you study harder A when B if C as soon as D unless She isn’t sure what to when she leaves university She ……… have a holiday A will B would C should D might He …… movies since 1961 when he made a war film, Escape to Nowhere A was making B has been making C made D has made In England, the police don’t usually ……… a gun A grow B lose C carry D keep She’s leaving for London tomorrow This is the fourth time she …….there A is going B has gone C goes D has been 10 I told him to stop …… that awful noise A making B make C to making D to make 11 Yesterday morning, I got up, ………the bed and went downstairs for breakfast A woke B took C did D made 12 If she spent a lot of money, she …… poor A will be B were C would be D was 13 She enjoys … in the sea very much A swim B to swim C swimming D swam 14 Walt Disney …… the character of Mickey Mouse sixty years ago A created B was created C would create D had created 15 Don’t tell Sue She can’t …… a secret A carry B lose C keep D give 16 He failed his exam He worked really hard for it He is so …… , A disappointed B disappointing C disappointment D disappoint 17 She …… her homework as soon as this program finishes A did B was doing C would D will 18 They’re still waiting to see if they…….to court A are going to be taken B will take C take D are taking 19 He’s ………….that he can’t walk fast A so old man B so an old man C such old man D such an old man 20 Harry eventually ……… in passing his driving test after failing three times A succeeded B took C managed D ordered 21 John ……… his room before his mother came home A managed tidying B managed to tidy C managed to tidying D managed to tidied 22 He ………… the name Mickey by Walt Disney’s wife A gave B given C was giving D was given 23 If they had a boat, they ………… around the world A will sail B sailed C would sail D were sailing 24 I used ……… in London A to live B to living C live D living 25 Our children and grandchildren ………if we didn’t look after our planet A will suffer B suffered C are suffering D would suffer 26 Annie …… me a lift to the party A gave B carried C kept D grew 27 Write my phone number in your book Perhaps you …… forget it A might B will C can D should 28 I…………why I was late, but she didn’t listen A tried explain B trying to explain C tried explaining D tried to explain 29 Since 1928, 120 cartoons …………………… A have made B have been made C had made D were made 30 ………………… she is in New York, she will visit her relatives A While B Until C Because D But 31 They spent hours in class ……… nothing A doing B to C done D did 32 If he ……….you, he…… like that A is/ won’t behave B was/ didn’t behave C were/ hadn’t behaved D were/ wouldn’t behave 33 She told me that she …….many English people A doesn’t meet B hadn’t met C can’t meet D hasn’t met 34 He ………… in San Francisco when he was a child A had lived B lived C has lived D living 35 I like Chinese food because of the ………… of ingredients A variety B recipe C possibility D success 36 She was delighted because she …………all the exams A passed B passing C has passed D had passed 37 She didn’t know the meaning of the word, so she ………… in the dictionary A looked it up B looked up it C looked after it D looked it after 38 I’m tired ……… the same thing every day A to B of doing C doing D 39 It ………………… tomorrow A might rain B will wet C to rain D rains 40 Did she go out last night? – I don’t know Ask her if she………out the night before A go B did go C had gone D gone 41 He doesn’t know ……………… A if it is open B if it open C it is open D its open 42 What will happen when the train …………… A stops B stop C will stop D stopping 43 If it’s a girl, we ………… her Mary A are calling B called C will be called D will call 44 When the police arrived, the robbers ……………………………… A had ran away B have run away C had run away D running away 45 The thieves ……………….taken all the wages A has B will C could D had 46 I’ve been saving for two years I’ve ………………$12,000 A saving B been saving C save D saved 47 What is it? – I don’t know It’s ……… a plane A may B probably C probable D sure 48 My most embarrassing experience happened when I ………university A have left B leave C just left D had leave 49 I ………….in the forest all day and I was really tired A was walking B walked C have been walking D had been walking 50 His father ………… angry if she buys one of these toys A is B was C will be D has been 51 The Eiffel Tower …………… in 1889 A was built B built C has been built D builds 52 It’s a very solid house It was built …………….brick with a tiled roof A with B by C of D from 53 We’re more interested in what ……… than in who did it A was done B has done C did D would 54 “Monster of Deep”, which ……………shown at the Odeon, is one of the most exciting films I’ve ever seen A is be now B will C is now being D be 55 She became one of the …………….people in the world when she was years old A rich B richer C richest D most rich 56 What …………she if she had enough money? A can B will C would D were 57 If I …………… you, I ………… the veal It’s the specialty of the restaurant A am/ will choose B was/ will choose C were/ will choose D were/ would choose 58 If we ……………taxes, people would have enough money to buy things A reduce B increase C reduced D would reduce 59 If you ……… somebody else, who would you like to be? A are B can be C were D could be 60 It was impossible I mean it ……………………………… A can be done B could be done C could D couldn’t be done 61 “ I’ll be the champion forever,” he says ……………………………… A He says he will be the champion forever B He says he would be the champion forever C He said he will be the champion forever D He said he would be the champion forever 62.” When did you begin learning English?”, the examiner asked her A The examiner asked her when she has begun learning English B The examiner asked her when she began learning English C The examiner asked her when she begins learning English D The examiner asked her when she had begun learning English 63 You said that we would be met at the airport, but we ……………………… A were B weren’t C didn’t D would 64 The building is on fire and he doesn’t know …………… to put it out A what B how C which D the way 65 After the operation, the doctors wouldn’t let him ………… out of bed for days A to get B getting C to getting D get 66 She ……………so hard this week that she hasn’t had time to go to the hairdresser’s A works B was working C worked D has been working 67 When I was your age, I ………… 5p for the cinema A used to pay B use to pay C was used to paying D use to paid 68 We missed the train It ……………… when we arrived A leaves B left C has left D had left 69 He was sitting on the beach when he ……………… a noise A heard B was hearing C hears D hear 70 The players …………… to be there at three A told B were told C telling D was told 71 Paper money ……………….for over a thousand years A uses B is used C was used D has been used 72 She is ………………a singer nor an actress A not B neither C either D or 73 He …………… in his office all yesterday morning A used to work B works C was working D has worked 74 We’ve done a lot of work on tenses lately and now we ………….most of the rules A are understanding B understand C understood D were understanding 75 At this time yesterday they………… in the factory A are working B worked C were working D have worked 76 I ……….to bed until o’clock in the morning A wasn’t B didn’t get C don’t get D haven’t got 77 In the end he ………………… home A arrived at B went to C got to D arrived to 78 His mother had told him …………… near the water A not to go B not go C didn’t go D not going 79 We can ………… tell you anything A hardly B really C lately D actually 80 Would you mind ……………the phone number? I didn’t hear properly A to repeat B to repeating C repeating D repeat 81 When everyone …………, the meeting will begin A arrive B arrives C are arriving D is arriving 82.He’s just arrived ………….Heathrow Airport A at B in C on D for 83 This film is …………… the one we saw last week A as good as B as good than C better D good as 84 Most of the students are ……………to pass the exam A enough good B good enough C so good D too good 85 My mother won’t come home …………… o’clock A in B till C on D for 86 These clothes are …………… cleaner than the others A very B much C so D too 87 John………………by the time we arrived at the hospital A has left B left C had left D leaves 88 By the time he got home, she ………………………………… A had left B left C will have left D has left 89 He …………… in the army from 2005 to 2008 A serves B served C has served D is serving 90 She …………… a letter from him yet A doesn’t receive B hasn’t received C didn’t receive D hasn’t been received 91 When it began to rain, they ………………in the field outside A are working B were working C worked D have worked 92 They …………at the table for 30 minutes when the waiter brought them the menu A are sitting B were sitting C had been sitting D has been sitting 93 That was ………… a difficult question that we couldn’t answer it A so B very C such D too 94 Let’s imagine what the world ………… if there were no electricity A is like B were like C would like D would be like 95 He was unwilling to explain the reason………….his absence A for B why C of D that 96 The animal was kept ………… a cage A on B in C at D into 97 She ……………………since 1990 A can drive B drove C has been able to drive D could drive 98 ……………… she wants to say was” Go to hell” A What B Which C Who D When 99 He’s made a lot of friends since he ……………….here A comes B come C came D has come 100 She regrets………………… English earlier A not to learn B not to learning C no learning D not learning 101 At first she couldn’t get ………………cold weather A used to B use to C with D using to 102 She wishes the teacher …….her something useful when she was at school A taught B have taught C had taught D teach 103 ……………of the two boys are good He may work well for your project A Either B Neither C None D One 104 If she loved him, she …………… him A will marry B would marry C married D wants to marry 105 We’re going to London next week This will be the fourth time we ………… there A go B went C have been D will go 106 The gray and blue blanket ………… yesterday A washed B was washed C was washing D were washed 107 He is a serious teacher, he made us …………… A working hard B to work hardly C work hard D work hardly 108 He said he ………… his homework since 7:30 A was doing B has been doing C had been doing D did 109 His speech soon made us ………………………… A felt bore B felt bored C feel boring D feel bored 110 When he was a child, he ……………… diamonds were pieces of glass A was used to think B used to think C was used to thinking D used to thinking 111 After ……….some biscuits, she had a drink A have B had had C having D to have 112 This is the third time you ……………here What exactly you want? A are B were C have been D will be 113 Two things you can’t buy with money ………… love and loyalty A is B are C was D were 114 Their minds are empty and their future …………hopeless A seems B has C takes D brings 115 This gave him a chance to get used ……………….the controls A to handle B to handling C handle D handling 116 If he had been there, he …………… a speech now, A will make B would have made C would make D will have made 117 They had …………little time together that their marriage was almost breaking up A so B such C very D too 118 They asked me …………….I’d seen him the day before A when B if C what D that 119 Which underlined part is pronounced differently? A stated B married C worried D moved 120 Which word has a different stress pattern? A fortunate B beautiful C holiday D engineer 121 If you travel by train, you can just sit and read or watch the world ………….by A go B gone C going D to go 122 One of the ……………….from Italy A students is B students are C student are D student is 123 After Jessica…………… her degrees, she intends to work in her father’s company A will finish B is finishing C finishes D will have finished 124 She ………… the word in the dictionary, but she didn’t know how to use it A looked for B looked into C looked after D looked up 125 I was nervous during the ………… because I hadn’t flown in a plane before A time B plane C flight D flying 126 What are you cooking in that saucepan? It…………….good A makes B feels C sounds D smells 127 They have promised …………… her a new flat A give B giving C to give D gave 128 Someone broke…………… my car and stole my radio A into B up C in D out 129 The teacher …………… slowly so that the pupils may understand her A talks B speaks C says D gives 130 “ How did that window ……………?” –“ I don’t know.” A get broken B got broken C broke D broken 131 …………… water is not safe for drinking A Polluting B Pollute C Getting polluted D Polluted 132 Paul, could you turn off the stove? The potatoes …………for at least thirty minutes A are boiling B have boiled C have been boiling D were boiling 133 I’m very …… because the lessons at school are getting harder and harder A worried B worry C worrying D worries 134 The most favored spectator sports in England …………football, cricket, rugby and tennis A include B includes C including D to include 135 I spent three hours ……………my homework last night A to B doing C to doing D 136 I’ve already finished my homework, so I …………study tonight A mustn’t B shouldn’t C don’t have to D must 137 I…………at the doors five times I don’t think anyone’s in A have knocked B knock C knocked D was knocking 138 Tom is working……………He’s going to pass the exam……………… A hard/easy B hardly/easily C hardly/easy D hard/easily 139 ……her doctor warned her, Carol has continued to smoke nearly three packets of cigarettes a day A Despite B In spite of C Since D Though 140 “ Little Women”, ………… in 1868, is my sister’s favorite book A is a novel published B a novel published C a novel was published D was a novel published 141 If you could be someone else,……………………………………………… A who you like to be? B Who would you have been? C who would you like to be? D who would you have chosen to be? 142 I’ve tried to stop ……… several times, but I’ve never managed ……….it up A to smoke/ to give B smoking/ to give C to smoke/ giving D smoking/ giving 143 The doctor asked me to ………… two tablets a day A prescribe B drink C take D use 144 I’ve got ……… My glands are swollen, and it hurts when I swallow A diarrhea B sore throat C flu D food poisoning 145 The hotels are often overbooked in summer So, you’d better …………….a reservation before hand A take B make C D get 146 He was suspected to ………………to be well off A take drug B traffic drug C be addicted to drug D abuse drug 147 We had to …….the picnic because a hurricane was just released on the radio A call off B see about C put aside D without 148 I don’t know …………… students in this class A much B many C a lot D few 149 After a heart attack, he needed major surgery, but fortunately , the operation was …… A successful B success C succeed D successfully 150 Emma is hard-working, and she works ……than John A hardly B more hardly C harder D more harder WRITING SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION Finish each of the sentences below in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence above He started work at the age of twelve  When he was twelve, he started work I don’t have enough time, so I can’t help you  If I had enough (more) time, I could help you “Who does the schoolbag belong to?”, he asked  He asked me whose the schoolbag was./ who the schoolbag belonged to Go to Britain and you will speak English all day long  You will speak English all day long when you go to Britain The vocabulary list had been memorized by all of the students  All of the students had memorized the vocabulary list It was such a dangerous job that nobody wanted to it  The job was so dangerous that nobody wanted to it He doesn’t earn as much money as his wife  His wife earns more money than him She isn’t beautiful She doesn’t feel very happy  If she were beautiful, she would feel very happy The test was very difficult, but they all managed to pass it  Although the test was difficult, they all managed to pass it 10 You'd better take a holiday  I advise you to take a holiday 11 I’m not going to buy that car because it’s so expensive  If the car weren’t expensive, I would buy it 12 Someone was cleaning all the doors while she was in her office  All the doors were being cleaned while she was in her office 13 The sea was so cold that we couldn’t swim (too…for… to…)  The sea was too cold for us to swim 14 “ Don’t forget to get me some flowers on your way home.”, she said  She told him not to forget to get her some flowers on his way home 15 John is fat because he eats so many chips  If John didn’t eat so many chips, he wouldn’t be fat 16 There is too little space here to make the road wider  There isn’t enough/ much space here to make the road wider 17 Charles moved from Liverpool to London five years ago  Charles has lived in London for five years 18 Bob is more intelligent than Jack  Jack isn’t as intelligent as Bob 19 “What sort of music you like, Linda?”, he asked  He asked Linda what sort of music she liked 20 Although Sally was sad, she smiled and pretended to be having a good time  Sally smiled and pretended to be having a good time in spite of being sad 21 Two pictures were stolen from the museum last night  Thieves stole two pictures from the museum last night 22 I was late for work because I missed the bus  I missed the bus, so I was late for work 23 People don’t understand him because he doesn’t speak clearly  If he spoke clearly, people could understand him 24 She is such a careful typist that she never makes a mistake  She types so carefully that she never makes a mistake 25 I might decide to record that film on video (up)  I might make up my mind to record that film on video 26 What are your plans for this weekend? (to)  What are you going to this weekend? 27 She told me, “It's not necessary for you to book in advance.” (have)  She told me, “You don’t have to book in advance.” 28 “This camera is not mine”, he said (belong)  “This camera doesn’t belong to me,” he said 29 The careers officer advised me not to become an actor (you)  “If I were you, I wouldn’t become an actor,” the careers officer said 30 I haven't been to the cinema since March (last)  The last time I went to the cinema was March 31 What is the pronunciation of this word? (you)  How you pronounce this word? 32 You must follow the instructions exactly (be)  The instructions must be followed exactly 33 It's my responsibility to check the tickets (for)  I’m responsible for checking the tickets 34 “Do historical novels interest you?” he asked Jenny (was)  He asked Jenny if she was interested in historical novels 35 The price of the ticket includes refreshments in the interval (are)  Refreshments in the interval are included in the price of the ticket 36 My sister would rather not go to the party with us (feel)  My sister doesn’t feel like going to the party with us 37 John always puts 100% effort into his work (hard)  John always works as hard as he can 38 What subject did you like best at school? (favorite)  What is your favorite subject at school? 39 How much did that copy of the World Atlas cost you? (price)  What is the price of your copy of the World Atlas? 40 Paul likes to his homework in bed (enjoys)  Paul enjoys doing his homework in bed 41 You are not allowed to use mobile phones in school (prohibited)  The use of mobile phones is prohibited in school 42 Tanya has repeatedly borrowed Phil's books without asking (keeps)  Tanya keeps borrowing Phil’s books without asking 43 Sally remembers the first time she went to school very clearly (going)  Sally clearly remembers going to school at the first time 44 Melanie doesn't often hand her homework in on time (rarely)  Melanie rarely hands in her homework on time 45 Learning poetry by heart seems pointless to me (point)  I can't make the point in learning poetry by heart 46 Graham hasn't looked at his old schoolbooks for years (since)  It's been many years since Graham looked at his old schoolbooks 47 I decided not to revise for my exam now, but to it the night after (put)  I decided to put off revising for my exam until the night after 48 Angela found her Chemistry lessons difficult to understand (difficulty)  Angela found difficulty in understanding her Chemistry lessons 49 Tom did not study hard at school and now he regrets it (not)  Tom was not good at school and now he regrets it 50 You must exactly what your teacher tells you (carry)  You must carry out your teacher’s instructions exactly 51 It's more than a year since I joined the video club (member)  I have been the member of the video club for more than a year 52 Darren couldn't complete the trip to the Pole because he wasn't well enough (too)  Darren was too weak to complete the trip to the Pole 53 At the end of the story, the heroine marries the hero, Jack (name)  At the end of the story, the heroine marries the hero, named Jack 54 Which part of the course interested you most? (the)  Which was the most interesting part of your course? 55 You should wait for an invitation before visiting your teacher's house (without)  You shouldn't visit your teacher's house without being invited 56 The guide gave us permission to take photos in the museum (let)  The guide lets us take photos in the museum 57 Jane was still singing the song when the lights went out (finished)  Jane hadn’t finished the song when the lights went out 58 It's pointless to wait any longer (useless)  It's useless to wait any longer 59 This is the most beautiful house I have ever seen (more)  I have never seen a more beautiful house than this one 60 I think John will definitely win the competition (bound)  John’s bound to win the competition 61 The band is just going to start playing (about)  The band is about to start playing 62 A well-known actor will probably play the hero in the film (likely)  A well-known actor is likely to play (be) the hero in the film 63 We've arranged to meet outside the cinema (going)  We are going to meet outside the cinema 64 Alice eats very little so as not to put on weight (wants)  Alice eats very little because she wants to lose weight 65 The concert should start at 8.30pm, according to the schedule (due)  The concert starts at 8.30pm due to the schedule 66 We probably won't finish our work until tomorrow (unlikely)  We’re unlikely to finish our work until tomorrow 67 The film is unlikely to be a success (probably)  The film is not probably a success 68 You are bound to get seats if you book in advance (certainly)  You certainly get seats if you book in advance 69 The actress began working in television in 1999 (been)  The actress has been working in television since 1999 70 How long have you been training to be a dancer? (start)  When did you start training to be a dancer? 71 The play only started a couple of minutes ago so we haven't missed much (just)  The play has just started for a couple of minutes so we haven't missed much 72 The ballet company just finished a six-month tour (for)  The ballet company has made a tour for six months 73 The actors started rehearsing two months ago (been)  The actors have been rehearsing for two months 74 It's been almost a year since I last went to the cinema (to)  I haven’t been to the cinema for almost a year 75 I have never seen such a terrible film before (ever)  This is the worst film I have ever seen 76 The theatre first became important in ancient times (since)  The theatre has become important since ancient times 77 During the journey to Australia, they saw many uninhabited islands (while)  They saw many uninhabited islands while they were in Australia 78 She was excited because it was her first trip to Africa (never)  She was excited because she’s never been to Africa before 79 Their flight was ten hours long, so they were exhausted when they arrived (for)  When they arrived, they were exhausted because they had flown for ten hours 10 HEALTH PROBLEM A Listen carefully and find out where did each person learn the cold remedy? Circle the correct answer a his grandmother b his mother c his grandparents a a radio commercial b TV commercial c a TV show a the newspaper b her mother c her doctor a a co-worker b a roommate c a Korean woman a in an email b on the TV c on the Internet a a pianist b an opera singer c a stranger B Fill the blanks PATRICK I woke up this morning with a really (1) bad stomachache At first, I thought it was because (2) I ate a really big dinner last night I often have a stomachache if I eat too much Anyway, I (3) took some medicine, but I don’t think (4) it’s working because my stomach still feels funny So I’m going to (5) see the doctor tomorrow Maybe she can give me something stronger It’s awful because if I’m sick, I can’t (6) go to my friend’s concert tomorrow night JENNA I really (7) hurt my arm playing tennis on Saturday It’s strange because (8) I’ve been playing tennis for a long time, and I’ve never had this problem before I can hardly (9) lift my arm at all It’s really sore I’ve been taking aspirin for the pain and that helps a little, but if it (10) isn’t better tomorrow; I’ll go and see the sports doctor It’s annoying because we have (11) the tennis championship this weekend If it isn’t better, I (12) won’t be able to play C These people are talking about health problems Listen and check () the correct information KENNETH What is the problem?  an eye infection  an ear infection When did the problem start?  last week  last weekend Has he had this problem before?  yes  no Has he taken anything for it?  yes  no Has he seen a doctor for it?  yes  no ALEXIS What is the problem?  food poisoning  a stomachache When did the problem start?  two days ago  two weeks ago Has she had this problem before?  yes  no Has she taken anything for it?  yes  no Has she seen a doctor for it?  yes  no 31 TOPICS FOR SPEAKING INTRODUCTON Examiner Good morning/ afternoon How are you? I’m… and this is… We are just going to listen to your topic What’s your name? Where you come from?/ Where are you from? Where you live? Where you work? What are your hobbies? What’s your favorite color/ actor/ movie/ food…? Candidate Good morning/ afternoon I’m fine, thank you And you? My name’s… It is spelt that…… I come from…./ I’m from… / I was born in … I live in … district …… I am a …… I work for …… in …… I like ………………………………… OBJECTIVE: With lecturer’s help, students know how to make a mind map to illustrate their ideas for the following topics in a cohesive way Candidates are supposed to cast lots to choose one topic for their speaking test Topic 1: If you won a “Dream Vacation” contest, where would you go? Why you want to go there? What are you going to during the time you stay there? Topic 2: Talk about a famous person that you have ever met in your life Where and when did you meet him/her? What did you do? How did you feel? Topic 3: Most women choose shopping as the best way to reduce their stress from work or family problems Do you think so? Why? Why not? Give examples to illustrate your ideas Topic 4: Looking for a better job or changing jobs nowadays is becoming the present trend of young people Why don’t young people want to work in the same company until their retirement? Is it a good trend? State your opinion Topic 5: “Nothing is more important in life than a good education.” What you think of this idea? Give reasons to support your idea 32 Topic 6: Which kind of public transports would you choose when you travel? (car, plane, train, ship,etc) Give reason why you choose it Topic 7: If you had to choose between an interesting but low-paid job and a well-paid but boring one Which one would you prefer? Give examples to illustrate your ideas Topic 8: It’s said that learning a new foreign language at the age of thirties or more is very difficult Do you agree or disagree with this idea? Topic 9: There are both advantages and disadvantages of a city life List some advantages and disadvantages and explain why you like or dislike living in the city Topic 10: Talk about some problems you’ve got when you go shopping on line What are the solutions for those problems? 33 SAMPLE TEST PART I: VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR (10ms) In this section you must choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence For each question, indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C or D against the number of the question Her parents were very _ because she was out so late that night A responsible B sorry C worried D overcome After a lot of difficulty, he _ to open the door A managed B succeeded C obtained D realised I have been looking for this book for months, and I have found it A at last B in time C at the end D at present My employer’s of my work does not matter to me at all A meaning B belief C opinion D expression The purpose of the examination was to the students’ knowledge of the subject A try B inspect C prove D test I’ll have to _ to you, otherwise he will hear A shout B say C whistle D whisper As soon as the firebell rang everyone walked quickly downstairs and out of the building, _ gathered in the car park A while B then C before D to There’s to be frightened of the dog; he’s quite harmless A a fear B no fear C no need D any reason After closing the envelope, the secretary _ the stamps on firmly A licked B sucked C stuck D struck 10 The teacher _ them the answer to the question A explained B told C said D discussed PART II: READING & WRITING (50ms) READING COMPREHENSION (20ms) I Look at the five pictures of signs below Someone asks you what each sign means For each sign, indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C or D against the number of the sign to choose the best explanation (5ms) 11 TO STOP DAILY PAPER DELIVERIES FIVE DAYS WARNING MUST BE GIVEN A We cannot deliver papers at the weekend B We plan to stop delivering papers five days from now C You must tell us five days early if you don’t want papers D Please tell us if you don’t want papers at the weekend 34 12 PLEASE INFORM THE DENTIST IF YOU ARE TAKING MEDICINE A Your dentist may give you medicine B You have to bring your medicine with you C Ask your dentist if you need some medicine D Your dentist needs to know about your medicine 13 QUEUE HERE FOR SIGHTSEEING BUS 14 A The sightseeing bus has left B The sightseeing bus stops here C The sightseeing bus is full D The sightseeing bus is late HOME VISITS: YOUR DOCTOR’S TIME IS VALUABLE PLEASE DO NOT CALL HIM/HER OUT UNLESS REALLY NECESSARY A You will have to pay if the doctor visits your home B The doctor will visit you in hospital if necessary C You can call the doctor out if you are seriously ill D The doctor can only visit you during the day Visas will only be issued to holders of return air tickets A Get a visa before booking your flight B Book a return flight before you ask for a visa C You can’t fly without a visa D Apply for a visa before you book your return flight 15 35 II In this section you will find a number of questions or unfinished statements about the passage, each with four suggested answers or ways of finishing You must choose the one which you think fits best, indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C, or D against the number of the question (5ms) There was one thing that I found rather strange on my first day as housekeeper at Monk’s House The floors in the house were very thin The bathroom was directly above the kitchen, and when Mrs Woolf was having her bath before breakfast, I could hear her talking to herself On and on she went, talk, talk, talk, asking questions and giving herself the answers I thought there must be two or three people up there with her When Mr Woolf saw that I looked surprised, he told me that Mrs Woolf always said the sentences out loud that she had written during the night She needed to know if they sounded right and the bath was a good place for trying them out I was not allowed to make coffee at Monk’s House – Mr and Mrs Woolf were very particular about coffee and always made it themselves – so Mr Woolf came into the kitchen at eight o’clock every morning to make it When we carried the breakfast trays to Mrs Woolf’s room I noticed that she had always been working during the night There were pencils and paper beside her bed so that when she woke up she could work, and sometimes it seemed as though she had had very little sleep Mrs Woolf’s bedroom was outside the house in the garden; I used to think how inconvenient it must be to have to go out in the rain to go to bed Her bedroom had been added on to the back of the house; the door faced the garden and a window at the side opened out on to a field Because the writing-room was small, he had had a larger on built for her at the end of the garden against the church wall I can always remember her coming to the house each day from the writing-room; when I rang the bell for lunch at once o’clock she used to walk down through the garden smoking one of her favorite cigarettes in a long holder She was tall and thin and very graceful She had large, deep-set eyes and a wide curving mouth – I think perhaps it was this that made her face seem particularly beautiful She wore long skirts – usually blue or brown – in the fashion of the day, and silk jackets of the same color Her cigarettes were made from a special tobacco called My Mixture Mr Woolf bought it for her in London, and, in the evenings, they used to sit by the fire and make these cigarettes themselves Mrs Woolf wore clothes that suited her well I pressed them for her and did any sewing that was necessary – she was not able to sew, although sometimes she liked to try There was one thing in the kitchen that Mrs Woolf was very good at doing; she could make beautiful bread 16 What was particularly unusual about Monk’s House? A The bathroom was next door to the kitchen B Mrs Woolf’s bedroom door opened on to the garden C The kitchen window looked out over fields D The breakfast room was upstairs 36 17 What did the writer observe about Mrs Woolf’s writing habits? A She did a great deal of writing at night B She worked in the garden whenever she could C She preferred to write in the house D She sometimes wrote in the bath 18 Mrs Woolf wore clothes which were A in matching colours B designed for her individually C suitable for country life D rather dull and unattractive 19 Mr Woolf’s attitude towards his wife seemed to be that A he found her strange ways difficult to accept B he led a very separate life C he did what he could for her D he watched over her all the time 20 As far as housework was concerned, Mrs Woolf A was too busy to any B disliked doing any C was very bad at it D liked one or two particular tasks III Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage You must choose the one which you think fits best, indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C, or D against the number of the blank (10ms) First Class or Business Class passengers will be allowed up to thirty kilogrammes of baggage (21) All other passengers will be allowed up to twenty kilogrammes In addition, (22) each passenger will be allowed to carry (23) one piece of hand baggage which is most more than 115 cms in total dimension (24) Other articles which will be carried free of charge are: a lady’s handbag, a blanket, books for reading during the flight, baby food, a baby’s carrying basket, an umbrella, and a camera Passengers who travel First Class will also be allowed to take with them (25) another bag for clothes (26) All hand baggage must be placed under the seat or in the overhead locker Name labels should be put on every (27) piece of baggage, and all (28) other labels should be removed Bags should be locked, and (29) all important papers, medicines, cash and jewellery should be taken in hand baggage Every (30) passenger must go through a security check before boarding the plane and all knives and weapons (weather real or toys) will be removed 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 A Each B Every A single B all A one B every A Other B All A other B each other A Some B A A baggage B piece of baggage A the B other A all B each of A of the passenger B passenger C All D One C other D each C each D other C Another D Few C another D the other C One D All C baggages D pieces of paggage C of the D every other C all of D other of C passengers D of the passengers 37 WRITING I Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it (5ms) 31 Janet is the best tennis-player in the club  No one in the club is better at tennis/ a better tennis player than Janet 32 He learned to drive when he was eighteen  He has been driving/ been able to drive since he was eighteen 33 The furniture was so expensive that I didn’t buy it  The furniture was too expensive for me to buy./ expensive, so I didn’t buy it 34 The trains couldn’t run because of the snow  The snow prevented/ stopped the trains from running./ made the trains stop running./ made it impossible for the trains to run./ disrupted the train schedules 35 The robbers made the bank manager hand over the money  The bank manager was made/ forced to hand over the money (by the robbers) II Make all the changes and additions necessary to build a complete sentence Write each sentence in the space provided (5ms) 36 My/ present/ employer/ expect/ me/ stay/ him/ end/ month  My present employer is expecting/ expects me to stay with him until/ till the end of this month 37 We/ think/ about/ buy/ house/ the office  We are thinking about buying a house near the office 38 My/ wife/ be anxious/ find/ good school/ children/ attend  My wife is anxious to find a good school for our children to attend 39 She/ worry/ not be able/ they/ continue/ study/ same subjects  She is worried they will not be able to continue to study the same subjects 40 Let’s/ hope/ problems/ not take/ long/ solve  Let’s hope our problems will not take long to solve 38 III Composition (20ms) Write a composition on one of the following topics (100-150 words) You should spend no more than 30 minutes on this part Topic 1: Write an email to a friend, telling him or her about a recent famous event happening in your city Topic 2: What are the advantages and disadvantages of living without a television? PART III: LISTENING (20ms) I Listen carefully and fill in the blanks with the missing words You must indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C, or D against the number of each blank to choose the correct word or phrase to fill in (10ms) Now here's an interesting story about the (1) _ of how memory works or doesn't work Give Tatiana Cooley 100 faces and names to memorize and she can remember 70 of them 15 minutes later Give her 4,000 numbers or (2) _ words and she'll repeat them better than most people It's the same with a 54-line poem So, why does Tatiana Cooley need sticky notes? She says she's incredibly (3) _! She recently defeated 16 challengers to keep her memory champion title, but when asked how many brothers and sisters she has, she replied, "Six…er…seven er six." She keeps a daily To Do list and says she "lives by reminder notes." According to Tatiana, the ability (4) _ thing is different from remembering things on a daily basis She says her memorizing is "not on the same level as remembering to call people." Tatiana (5) _ that she is not unique She believes that anybody can train their mind to memorize She uses two techniques: visualization and association For visualization, she looks at material and mentally photographs it For association, she makes up a story to (6) _ random numbers and words Tatiana noticed that her ability to memorize was better than average when she was studying in college She found that taking (7) _ notes was enough to prepare for tests She didn't have to anything else Tatiana gives credit for her (8) _ to her mother and father They only allowed her to watch news and educational programs on TV when she was growing up They played games to help her memory and encouraged her to read and learn languages She reads in Portuguese, Spanish, and French She thinks (9) _ is fun She says, "I've always loved to learn I've been like a sponge my whole life." So, there you go, folks, it's reassuring to know that even a memory champion needs a little help (10) _ everyday things sometimes And, our next story is 39 a history a 500 a open-minded to recognize a consists a link a letter family a memorization 10 a memorizing b theory b 900 b absent-minded b to realize b exists b think b lecture b facilities b visualization b realizing c mystery c 100 c strong-minded c to clarify c insists c bring c better c abilities c association c recognizing d phenomenon d 50 d wrong-minded d to memorize d emits d click d whatever d variety d modernization d remembering II Listen carefully and decide if the following statements are True (T) or False (F) You must write on your answer sheet the letter T or F against the number of each statement to indicate the statement is True or False (10ms) F T T F F T F F F T 11 Russell knows Audrey for more than two years 12 He is in an office soccer team 13 He doesn’t see Gary very often but they still keep in touch with 14 His old friends are mainly from work 15 Both Audrey and Gary are his old friends 16 To Audrey, Russell is the only friend at work that she can get along with 17 Audrey has known Lisa since she was 16 years old 18 Audrey is a musician but most of her friends are not 19 Audrey is just interested in friends in her life 20 Audrey has a lot of different friends PART IV: SPEAKING (20ms) Candidates are supposed to cast lots to choose one of six topics for their speaking test Topic 1: Private cars should be banned from the centers of large cities and towns, and travel by public transport should be widely promoted What you think? Give reasons Topic 2: What are the qualities of a perfect teacher? State your opinions Topic 3: It is sometimes said that many problems would disappear if the world spoke one language Do you agree? Topic 4: It is generally thought that the only thing people are interested in these days is earning more and more money Is there any truth is this way of thinking? What else you think people should be interested in making their life worth living? 40 Topic 5: How movies or television influence people’s behavior? Use reasons and specific examples to support your answer Topic 6: Is it important to be able to work with a group of people on a team or to work independently? Use specific ideas and examples to support your answer 41 SAMPLE TEST ANSWER SHEET Mark a cross (X) to choose your best answer, you must follow these instructions Select B Reject B, Select D Reject D, Reselect B A A A B B B C C C D D D  No reference documents during testing  No explanations about the content of the test PART I: VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR (10ms) In this section you must choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence For each question, indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C or D against the number of the question (10ms) A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D 10 A B C D PART II: READING & WRITING (50ms) READING COMPREHENSION (20ms) I Look at the five pictures of signs below Someone asks you what each sign means For each sign, indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C or D against the number of the sign to choose the best explanation (5ms) 11 A B C D 12 A B C D 13 A B C D 14 A B C D 15 A B C D II In this section you will find a number of questions or unfinished statements about the passage, each with four suggested answers or ways of finishing You must choose the one which you think fits best, indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C, or D against the number of the question (5ms) 16 A B C D 17 A B C D 18 A B 42 C D 19 A B C D 20 A B C D III Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage You must choose the one which you think fits best, indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C, or D against the number of the blank (10ms) 21 A B C D 22 A B C D 23 A B C D 24 A B C D 25 A B C D 26 A B C D 27 A B C D 28 A B C D 29 A B C D 30 A B C D WRITING (30ms) I Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it (5ms) 31 32 33 34 35 II Make all the changes and additions necessary to build a complete sentence Write each sentence in the space provided (5ms) 36 37 38 39 40 III Composition (20ms) Write a composition on one of the following topics (100-150 words) You should spend no more than 30 minutes on this part Topic 1: Write an email to a friend, telling him or her about a recent famous event happening in your city Topic 2: What are the advantages and disadvantages of living without a television? 43 Topic .: 44 PART III: LISTENING (20ms) I Listen carefully and fill in the blanks with the missing words You must indicate on your answer sheet the letter A, B, C, or D against the number of each blank to choose the correct word or phrase to fill in (10ms) A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D A B C D 10 A B C D II Listen carefully and decide if the following statements are True (T) or False (F) You must write on your answer sheet the letter T or F against the number of each statement to indicate the statement is True or False (10ms) 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 PART IV: SPEAKING (20ms) Candidates are supposed to cast lots to choose one of six topics for their speaking test INSTRUCTIONS: For candidates: Each candidate has three to five minutes to present his/her topic No supporting documents during testing For examiners: Ask three to five questions to each candidate, evaluate the result of testing as the following: Content: 6ms Grammar: 4ms Pronunciation: 4ms Answer: 6ms 45 Total: 20ms ... did you begin learning English? ”, the examiner asked her A The examiner asked her when she has begun learning English B The examiner asked her when she began learning English C The examiner asked... learning English C The examiner asked her when she begins learning English D The examiner asked her when she had begun learning English 63 You said that we would be met at the airport, but we ………………………... schoolbag was./ who the schoolbag belonged to Go to Britain and you will speak English all day long  You will speak English all day long when you go to Britain The vocabulary list had been memorized
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