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VAJE – TEST PAPER 51.Read the text. Are the statements True or False?CHARLES DICKENS (1812-1870)
Charles Dickens is a famous writer in the English language. He wroteabout the real world of England and many of the people in his books werenot rich, but poor and hungry.Charles Dickens's family lived in London and his father worked in anoffice. It was a good job, but he always spent a lot of money and oftenthere was no money to buy food. There were eight children in the family,so life was hard.Charles went to school and his teachers thought he was very clever. Butwhen Charles was only eleven, his father lost all his money and the familyleft their house. Charles got a job washing bottles. He worked ten hours aday and earned ten shillings (30p) a week. Every night, after work, hewalked four miles back to his room. Charles hated it and never forgot it.He used it in many books, for example
David Copperfield
and
Oliver Twist 
.1.Charles Dickens was born in 1812.2.Charles Dickens wrote in English.3.Charles Dickens only wrote about rich people.4.Charles Dickens’ father had a job in an office.5.Charles Dickens’ life was difficult because had eight children.6.Charles Dickens was good at school.7.Charles Dickens spent all his father’s money.8.Charles Dickens worked every night.9.Charles Dickens earned very little money.10.Oliver Twist was Charles Dickensfriend.
2.Write the numbers with words.
a.30
th
b.12
th
c.1
st
d.2
nd
e.13
th
f.3
rd
g.55
th
3.Write the time expressions in the correct column.
Saturdaymorningautumnthe afternoonNovemberweekendsmy birthdayhalf past onethe twenty-firstcentury ThursdayChristmasDay
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