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EXAM 2ND TRIMESTER PREPARE 5

Quiz by CLAUDIA ALEJANDRA RUIZ SANDOVAL

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  • Q1
    Read the article from a school magazine about holidays. What I did during the summer holidays A Harry I spent two weeks on a cruise ship with my family last year. We landed at lots of different places and were given a few hours to visit shops, markets and all the touristy places on foot. I wanted to buy presents for my friends back home, but I didn’t have enough money! We always had to make sure we were back at the ship on time! But of course most of the time we were at sea. It was fun exploring the cruise ship, and there were some other teenagers I met on board. We had a good time together and it would be great if I could see them again one day. B Maya I did a tennis course for a week during the summer holidays. The teacher was really good and showed me how to stand in the right position when I hit the ball. I think I’ve really improved my technique. I’ll never be an amazing player – if I wanted to be, I’d have to play a lot more often than I do! But I’ve already had better results when I’ve played matches for fun with my friends. I enjoyed doing the course, but I also like spending time relaxing during the holidays – without having to use up too much energy! C Tim My main interest is cooking, so during my last summer holidays, that’s what I did nearly every day! My aunt’s a very good cook, so she helped me choose recipes that I could manage. She also went shopping with me to buy all the ingredients for the dishes I wanted to prepare. We had a lot of fun going to local markets and choosing from all the lovely vegetables on display. A lot of the things we needed were also on sale at the supermarket. I even made a special meal for my friend’s birthday. D Louise I went on a science course last summer with some friends. It wasn’t at all like our science classes at school, because we had a lot more time to do experiments. They gave us a list of all the ones we could try every day, and we decided which ones we each wanted to do. We also learned about new inventions, and a bit about satellites. If I can, I’d like to be a scientist in the future. I’d like to work on cars which use electricity as fuel, and developing ways of charging all sorts of devices using the sun. Which person … 1. says they aren’t as good at something as they could be?
    TIM
    LOUISE
    MAYA
    HARRY
    300s
  • Q2
    What I did during the summer holidays A Harry I spent two weeks on a cruise ship with my family last year. We landed at lots of different places and were given a few hours to visit shops, markets and all the touristy places on foot. I wanted to buy presents for my friends back home, but I didn’t have enough money! We always had to make sure we were back at the ship on time! But of course most of the time we were at sea. It was fun exploring the cruise ship, and there were some other teenagers I met on board. We had a good time together and it would be great if I could see them again one day. B Maya I did a tennis course for a week during the summer holidays. The teacher was really good and showed me how to stand in the right position when I hit the ball. I think I’ve really improved my technique. I’ll never be an amazing player – if I wanted to be, I’d have to play a lot more often than I do! But I’ve already had better results when I’ve played matches for fun with my friends. I enjoyed doing the course, but I also like spending time relaxing during the holidays – without having to use up too much energy! C Tim My main interest is cooking, so during my last summer holidays, that’s what I did nearly every day! My aunt’s a very good cook, so she helped me choose recipes that I could manage. She also went shopping with me to buy all the ingredients for the dishes I wanted to prepare. We had a lot of fun going to local markets and choosing from all the lovely vegetables on display. A lot of the things we needed were also on sale at the supermarket. I even made a special meal for my friend’s birthday. D Louise I went on a science course last summer with some friends. It wasn’t at all like our science classes at school, because we had a lot more time to do experiments. They gave us a list of all the ones we could try every day, and we decided which ones we each wanted to do. We also learned about new inventions, and a bit about satellites. If I can, I’d like to be a scientist in the future. I’d like to work on cars which use electricity as fuel, and developing ways of charging all sorts of devices using the sun. 2. Which person was glad to be able to choose the activities they preferred?
    LOUISE
    TIM
    MAYA
    HARRY
    300s
  • Q3
    What I did during the summer holidays A Harry I spent two weeks on a cruise ship with my family last year. We landed at lots of different places and were given a few hours to visit shops, markets and all the touristy places on foot. I wanted to buy presents for my friends back home, but I didn’t have enough money! We always had to make sure we were back at the ship on time! But of course most of the time we were at sea. It was fun exploring the cruise ship, and there were some other teenagers I met on board. We had a good time together and it would be great if I could see them again one day. B Maya I did a tennis course for a week during the summer holidays. The teacher was really good and showed me how to stand in the right position when I hit the ball. I think I’ve really improved my technique. I’ll never be an amazing player – if I wanted to be, I’d have to play a lot more often than I do! But I’ve already had better results when I’ve played matches for fun with my friends. I enjoyed doing the course, but I also like spending time relaxing during the holidays – without having to use up too much energy! C Tim My main interest is cooking, so during my last summer holidays, that’s what I did nearly every day! My aunt’s a very good cook, so she helped me choose recipes that I could manage. She also went shopping with me to buy all the ingredients for the dishes I wanted to prepare. We had a lot of fun going to local markets and choosing from all the lovely vegetables on display. A lot of the things we needed were also on sale at the supermarket. I even made a special meal for my friend’s birthday. D Louise I went on a science course last summer with some friends. It wasn’t at all like our science classes at school, because we had a lot more time to do experiments. They gave us a list of all the ones we could try every day, and we decided which ones we each wanted to do. We also learned about new inventions, and a bit about satellites. If I can, I’d like to be a scientist in the future. I’d like to work on cars which use electricity as fuel, and developing ways of charging all sorts of devices using the sun. 3. Which person spent less money than he/she expected?
    TIM
    MAYA
    HARRY
    LOUISE
    300s
  • Q4
    What I did during the summer holidays A Harry I spent two weeks on a cruise ship with my family last year. We landed at lots of different places and were given a few hours to visit shops, markets and all the touristy places on foot. I wanted to buy presents for my friends back home, but I didn’t have enough money! We always had to make sure we were back at the ship on time! But of course most of the time we were at sea. It was fun exploring the cruise ship, and there were some other teenagers I met on board. We had a good time together and it would be great if I could see them again one day. B Maya I did a tennis course for a week during the summer holidays. The teacher was really good and showed me how to stand in the right position when I hit the ball. I think I’ve really improved my technique. I’ll never be an amazing player – if I wanted to be, I’d have to play a lot more often than I do! But I’ve already had better results when I’ve played matches for fun with my friends. I enjoyed doing the course, but I also like spending time relaxing during the holidays – without having to use up too much energy! C Tim My main interest is cooking, so during my last summer holidays, that’s what I did nearly every day! My aunt’s a very good cook, so she helped me choose recipes that I could manage. She also went shopping with me to buy all the ingredients for the dishes I wanted to prepare. We had a lot of fun going to local markets and choosing from all the lovely vegetables on display. A lot of the things we needed were also on sale at the supermarket. I even made a special meal for my friend’s birthday. D Louise I went on a science course last summer with some friends. It wasn’t at all like our science classes at school, because we had a lot more time to do experiments. They gave us a list of all the ones we could try every day, and we decided which ones we each wanted to do. We also learned about new inventions, and a bit about satellites. If I can, I’d like to be a scientist in the future. I’d like to work on cars which use electricity as fuel, and developing ways of charging all sorts of devices using the sun. 4. Which person made new friends?
    HARRY
    MAYA
    TIM
    LUISE
    300s
  • Q5
    What I did during the summer holidays A Harry I spent two weeks on a cruise ship with my family last year. We landed at lots of different places and were given a few hours to visit shops, markets and all the touristy places on foot. I wanted to buy presents for my friends back home, but I didn’t have enough money! We always had to make sure we were back at the ship on time! But of course most of the time we were at sea. It was fun exploring the cruise ship, and there were some other teenagers I met on board. We had a good time together and it would be great if I could see them again one day. B Maya I did a tennis course for a week during the summer holidays. The teacher was really good and showed me how to stand in the right position when I hit the ball. I think I’ve really improved my technique. I’ll never be an amazing player – if I wanted to be, I’d have to play a lot more often than I do! But I’ve already had better results when I’ve played matches for fun with my friends. I enjoyed doing the course, but I also like spending time relaxing during the holidays – without having to use up too much energy! C Tim My main interest is cooking, so during my last summer holidays, that’s what I did nearly every day! My aunt’s a very good cook, so she helped me choose recipes that I could manage. She also went shopping with me to buy all the ingredients for the dishes I wanted to prepare. We had a lot of fun going to local markets and choosing from all the lovely vegetables on display. A lot of the things we needed were also on sale at the supermarket. I even made a special meal for my friend’s birthday. D Louise I went on a science course last summer with some friends. It wasn’t at all like our science classes at school, because we had a lot more time to do experiments. They gave us a list of all the ones we could try every day, and we decided which ones we each wanted to do. We also learned about new inventions, and a bit about satellites. If I can, I’d like to be a scientist in the future. I’d like to work on cars which use electricity as fuel, and developing ways of charging all sorts of devices using the sun. 5. Which person says they are better at something than they used to be?
    MAYA
    TIM
    HARRY
    LOUISE
    300s
  • Q6
    Listen to a woman telling her granddaughter, Stella, about her house. Name of house: (1) ___________________
    IRULLA
    ERULLA
    IROLLA
    ARULLA
    300s
  • Q7
    Listen to a woman telling her granddaughter, Stella, about her house 2. Age of house: (2) ___________________ old
    907 years
    197 years
    17 years
    97 years
    300s
  • Q8
    Listen to a woman telling her granddaughter, Stella, about her house Different from the other houses because of the: (3) ___________________
    (front) door
    the wooden floors
    nothing special
    the windows
    300s
  • Q9
    Listen to a woman telling her granddaughter, Stella, about her house House still has the original:(4) ___________________
    bathroom
    garden
    decoration
    kitchen
    300s
  • Q10
    Listen to a woman telling her granddaughter, Stella, about her house Grandma’s favourite plants in the garden:(5) ___________________
    sunflowers
    roses
    300s
  • Q11
    It looks like a ________ building from the outside, so old, but the rooms are very unusual.
    modern
    traditional
    brand new
    120s
  • Q12
    It’s quite a small room but that makes the atmosphere very___________ .
    spectacular
    cosy
    classic
    120s
  • Q13
    The views of the city from the top floor are ________
    cosy
    classic
    spectacular
    120s
  • Q14
    Peter thinks the new college building is _______(nice) the old one.
    the nicer
    more nice
    nicer
    the more nice
    120s
  • Q15
    Jane says that watching golf is _________ (interesting) watching football
    less interesting than
    interestingless than
    less interesting
    than less interesting
    120s

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