Placement test

Z przyjemnoœci¹ oddajemy w Pañstwa rêce test kwalifikacyjny (placement test), który pozwoli wybraæ w³aœciwy podrêcznik z serii Enterprise i Upstream stosownie do osi¹gniêtego przez uczniów poziomu znajomoœci jêzyka angielskiego (beginner, elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate, upper intermediate i advanced).

Opis testu i jego przeprowadzenie
Test sprawdza znajomoœæ zró¿nicowanych struktur leksykalno-gramatycznych, które odpowiadaj¹ poszczególnym poziomom znajomoœci jêzyka. Zawiera 80 pytañ wielokrotnego wyboru, u³o¿onych zgodnie z rosn¹cym stopniem trudnoœci i podzielonych na sekcje A i B. W sekcji A zamieszczono 60 pytañ wielokrotnego wyboru w formie zdañ, a w sekcji B dwa testy luk sterowanych, rozwi¹zywane przez uczniów na podstawie lektury tekstów czytanych. Za wykonanie ca³ego testu mo¿na uzyskaæ maksymalnie 80 punktów. Klucz z poprawnymi odpowiedziami znajduje siê na stronie 7. Czas przewidziany na wykonanie wszystkich zadañ powinien wynosiæ oko³o 30 minut, choæ w przypadku uczniów na poziomie beginner i elementary wskazane jest wyd³u¿enie tego czasu do 40 minut.

Interpretacja wyników
Podane ni¿ej przedzia³y punktów, okreœlaj¹ce gotowoœæ ucznia do pracy z podrêcznikiem na danym poziomie, ustalono na podstawie analizy wyników próbnego zastosowania zadañ. W przypadku wartoœci granicznych nale¿y z rozwag¹ podj¹æ decyzjê o zaklasyfikowaniu ucznia do poziomu wy¿szego lub ni¿szego, st¹d takie same wartoœci podane zosta³y na s¹siednich progach.

Liczba punktów 76-80 71-75 51-70 41-50 31-40 16-30 0-15

Zalecany podrêcznik Upstream Advanced C1 Upstream Upper Intermediate B2+ Upstream Intermediate B2 Upstream Pre-Intermediate B1+ Upstream Pre-Intermediate B1 Upstream Elementary A2 Upstream Beginner A1 Enterprise 4 Enterprise 3 / Enterprise Plus Enterprise 2 Enterprise 1

Przedstawiony test kwalifikacyjny ma na celu dostarczenie Pañstwu narzêdzia, które pozwoli jednorazowo, szybko i skutecznie okreœliæ stopieñ znajomoœci jêzyka oraz podj¹æ trafn¹ decyzjê dotycz¹c¹ wyboru podrêcznika.


NAME: ................................................................ SCORE: ..................../80
[Time: 30 minutes]

Section A
For questions 1-60, choose the correct answer. Circle the letter A, B, C or D as in the example. 0 Example: Is John ÖÖÖ. home? A at B in 1 Ann ÖÖÖ. shopping every day. A is going B goes 2 Frank and Henry ÖÖÖ. tennis now. A are playing B play 3 We havenít got ÖÖÖ. apples. A no B some

C out C go C were playing C any

D away D has gone D played D much D Do D packet D not as tall D Any D Didnít D were D Put off D parking D Thanks. D Do you come D has been raining D rang

4 ì ÖÖÖ. I watch TV now?î ìNo, clean up your room first.î A Must B Should C Can 5 Iíd like a ÖÖÖ. of milk, please. A bar B box 6 Betty is ÖÖÖ. than Jane. A taller B the tallest C carton C as tall

7 There is a red car in the street. ÖÖÖ. car belongs to my friend. A The BA C Some 8 ÖÖÖ. touch the iron. Itís very hot. A Canít B Donít C Shouldnít

9 There ÖÖÖ. a lot of people at the cinema last night. A is B are C was 10 ÖÖÖ. your jumper. Itís a bit chilly. A Take on B Take off C Put on

11 My new flat has central ÖÖÖ., so itís really warm. A heating B system C wardrobe 12 If you give somebody something, e.g. a drink, you say: ìÖÖÖî A Please. B Not at all. C Here you are. 13 ÖÖÖ. to my party tomorrow? A Will you come B Did you come 14 Look at the clouds! I think it ÖÖÖ. soon. A is raining B was raining C Have you come C is going to rain

15 She wasnít at home when the telephone ÖÖÖ. . A is ringing B rings C has rung

16 Tell me about your holiday in England. What was the weather ÖÖÖ. ? A look B like C nice D good 17 Excuse me, how do I ÖÖÖ. to the post office from here? A get B walk C go 18 Heís an early bird and he ÖÖÖ. gets up late. A always B usually C ever D come D seldom



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19 If you donít study, you ÖÖÖ. pass the exam. A donít B didnít C wonít 20 Jones is ÖÖÖ. of all the players in our basketball team. A as short B not as short C much shorter 21 ìThank you very much indeed.î ìÖÖÖ.î A Very well. B Please. 22 ÖÖÖ. to London? A Are you ever B Will you ever be C Why not? C Have you ever been

D wouldnít D the shortest D Donít mention it. D Were you ever

23 The window ÖÖÖ. by some boys playing football yesterday morning. A broke B was broken C had broken D had been broken 24 Careful students do not ÖÖÖ. mistakes. A do B have C get D make

25 Yesterday I attended ÖÖÖ. a boring lecture that I nearly fell asleep. A too B as C so D such 26 I ÖÖÖ. in the garden when it started to rain. A worked B was working C had worked 27 If you want someone to give you something, you ask ÖÖÖ. it. A for B from C on D have been working D about

28 This is a no-entry area. We ÖÖÖ. go in. If they catch us, we will be in trouble. A must B can C mustnít D neednít 29 ìWhy are you late?î ìBecause I ÖÖÖ. my bus.î A lost B spent C missed 30 Janet has bought ÖÖÖ. pine furniture for her bedroom. A a few B many C a number of 31 Weíre going to the cinema. Why donít you ÖÖÖ. us? A meet B join C show 32 I like girls ÖÖÖ. are pretty. A who B whom 33 John doesnít smoke, ÖÖÖ. ? A is he B isnít he C which C does he D escaped D some D leave D whose D doesnít he D neither D room D No one D will have seen D will the film start D would buy D pension

34 Ted leads a very healthy lifestyle. He ÖÖÖ. drinks nor smokes. A or B nor C either 35 Paul moved ÖÖÖ. last month. A home B house 36 ÖÖÖ. has ever treated me like that! A Someone B Everyone 37 I ÖÖÖ. my dentist tomorrow. A see B have seen 38 Do you know what time ÖÖÖ. ? A the film starts B does the film start C flat C Anyone C am seeing C the film will start

39 If I had enough money, I ÖÖÖ. a new bicycle. A will buy B have bought C bought 40 Pay received on a weekly basis is called a ÖÖÖ. . A perk B wage C salary



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41 Fredís mother doesnít let him ÖÖÖ. television for hours. A to watch B watch C watching

D to watching

42 If you do not accept an offer, an invitation or a job, you turn it ÖÖÖ. . A off B back C down D over 43 ÖÖÖ. here long? A Do you work B Are you working C Had you worked D Have you been working D demanding D had returned

44 If a task or a job is challenging, it is very ÖÖÖ. . A easy B well-paid C urgent 45 Barbara told me she ÖÖÖ. to Poland the following year. A will return B would return C has returned 46 If it is about to rain, you might say: ìÖÖÖ.î A It looks like rain. C Itís pouring with rain. D It never rains but it pours. B It stopped raining. 47 Philip ÖÖÖ. going for a swim. A offered B suggested C invited

D asked D couldnít D will be flying D outwards D had met D has got D annoyed

48 I wish I ÖÖÖ. drive a car. I think Iíll take some driving lessons. A can B canít C could 49 This time tomorrow we ÖÖÖ. to London. A fly B are flying 50 He lives on the ÖÖÖ. of London. A outside B outdoors 51 Iíll never forget ÖÖÖ. her. A to meet B meeting C will fly C outskirts C have met

52 Take a jacket with you in case it ÖÖÖ. cold. A gets B got C will get 53 He has a reputation for being ÖÖÖ. to his employees. A upset B furious C rude

54 My neighbourís car breaks down a lot. He always ÖÖÖ. by the mechanics at the local garage. A repairs it B has repaired it C has it repaired D had it repaired 55 Iíd rather we ÖÖÖ. until tomorrow. A wonít leave B donít leave 56 Oxfam is ÖÖÖ. to helping the poor. A qualified B committed C didnít leave C expert D hadnít left D trained D had studied

57 Joanna ÖÖÖ. English for 3 years before she went to England. A has studied B has been studying C was studying

58 Richard is ÖÖÖ. enough to apply for the job. They are looking for someone with more experience. A old B not old C young D not young 59 Itís a good thing the driver managed to brake just in time. You ÖÖÖ. killed. A would be B might be C could have been D must have been 60 If a car pulls up, it ÖÖÖ. . A stops B accelerates C drives off D slows down



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Section B
For questions 61-80, read the texts below and choose the correct answer. Circle the letter A, B, C or D as in the example.

Text A
Dear Demi, Greetings (-0- example) ........... Beijing. Liz and I have (61) ........... in China for a week now. Weíve already visited (62) ........... of interesting places but thereís so much we havenít seen (63) ........... . Yesterday we (64) ........... to the Summer Palace (65) ........... is one of the most famous royal gardens in the (66) ........... . It is located just outside Beijing and itís really amazing. Itís also very well-preserved, so (67) ........... can see many of its beautiful features. Well, I (68) ........... go and get some rest now. Tomorrow weíre visiting (69) ........... city, so we have to get up early. See you (70) ........... a week. All the best, Anna 0 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 A A A A A A A A A A A from gone much just went where world guests prefer next for B B B B B B B B B B B since been few already saw who globe visitors need other in C C C C C C C C C C C for arrived a little yet got whose continent strangers had better new after D D D D D D D D D D D over come a lot never left which countryside neighbours want another behind

Text B
According to a (-0- example) ........... survey, technology has influenced our lives in various ways. (71) ..........., more and more people have become ìcouch potatoesî (72) ........... of spending more time watching TV (73) ........... being with their family or friends. A great number of people (74) ........... to use the Internet every day not only for professional reasons but also to keep in (75) ........... with friends and relatives. (76) ..........., the majority of the people who were interviewed do not believe that books will eventually be (77) ........... by the net. Some people claim that (78) ........... changes technology has brought are negative (79) ........... it hasnít managed to bring us closer. (80) ..........., others argue that things may be different but not necessarily worse since change is part of life. 0 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80


last Besides due than say contact Despite exchanged more but Nevertheless


recent What is more as a result to are said connection However removed the more still Regardless


final All in all in addition from said touch Although overtaken most as Anyway


fresh For example so that even were said pace In spite replaced the most also Similarly
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Section A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 B A C C C A A B D C A C A C D B A D C D D C B D D B A C C D 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 B A C D B D C A D B B C D D B A B C D C B A C C C B D B C A

Section B Text A
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 B D C A D A B C D B

Text B
71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 D B A B C B D C C A


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