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Formal Assessment Unit 1
Learning Environment 1
Name: _________________________________________________________
(track 04) 1 Listen to this conversation and answer the questions.
(5 points, 1 each)
1 What did Marco and the Mayor talk about?
_______________________________.
2 What didnt they talk about? .
3 Where does the pathway for skateboarders take you?
_______________________________.
4 Where do they have teen rock dances?
_______________________________.
5 What can you do at the Mall? _______________________________.
2 Match the sentences to the pictures. (5 points, 1 each)
1 You can see the doctor now.
2 He said, Do you want pepperoni on that?
3 I love to go to the library. Its very quiet.
4 I want to send this package to my uncle.
5 My sister exercises at the Sports Club.

3 Write the conversation in order. Two are examples. (5 points, 1 each)


Can you help me?
A: ___________________________
Dallas.
How many stamps do I need for this package? B: Yes, what can I do for you?
I need to weigh it first. Where are you sending it?A: ___________________________
Is that in Texas?
B: ___________________________
Yes, it is.
A: ___________________________
Yes, what can I do for you?

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4 Unscramble the sentences. (5 points, 1 each)


1 a pharmacy / an aspirin, / go to / If / need / then / you /
_______________________________________________________
2 a large / or a small / box / Do / want / you / ?
_______________________________________________________
3 buy / cant / here / stamps / You /
_______________________________________________________
4 a doctor / at / can / see / the hospital / You /
_______________________________________________________
5 cant / doctor / see / The / today / you /
_______________________________________________________
Score: (____ / 20 points)

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Formal Assessment Unit 1
Learning Environment 2
Name: _________________________________________________________
1 Read the story and match the sentences to the elements in the narrative
and text components. (14 points, 2 points each)
The Sun and the Wind
The Sun and the Wind had a discussion. They couldnt decide who was
stronger. The Sun thought he was the strongest. The Wind knew the Sun was
wrong. Obviously the wind was stronger.
One day they saw a man walking in the countryside. He had a heavy coat. Now
we can discover who is stronger, said the Wind. Which one of us can make
that man take off his coat? The Sun agreed.
The Wind began to blow and blow. Then it made rain and cold, but the man
pulled his coat around him. He didnt take it off. Now it was the Suns turn. It got
hotter and hotter and the man took off his coat. The Sun had won.
1 The Sun and the Wind _____
2 Somewhere in the countryside in the past _____
3 The Sun and the Wind had a discussion. _____
4 The Sun made the man take off his coat. _____
5 The Sun won. _____
6 The Sun and the Wind. _____
7 The Wind tried to make the man take off his coat. _____

a) conclusion
b) event 1
c) event 2
d) event 3
e) main characters

2 Circle the correct words. (6 points, 1 point each)


A man 1) walked / was walking in the countryside. The Sun and the Wind
2) saw / was seeing him. The Wind 3) tried / was trying to remove his coat.
The man 4) didnt take / wasnt taking his coat off. The Sun 5) started / was
started to shine. It 6) got / was getting very hot when the man finally took his
coat off.
Score: (____ / 20 points)

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Formal Assessment Unit 2
Learning Environment 1
Name: _________________________________________________________
1 Read this dictionary entry and answer the questions. (5 points, 1 each)

1 How many meanings does acercar have in English?


_____________________________________________
2 How many meanings does acercarse have in English?
_____________________________________________
3 What does sth mean?
_____________________________________________
4 What does sb mean?
_____________________________________________
5 How do you say Come closer in Spanish?
_____________________________________________
2 Read this dictionary entry and answer the questions. (5 points, 1 each)

1 How many meanings does long have?


_____________________________________________
2 What does adj mean?
_____________________________________________
3 How do you say .Cunto mide la mesa? in English?
_____________________________________________
4 How do you say Hay pocas posibilidades in English?
_____________________________________________
5 In the long run means:
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_____________________________________________

3 Label the parts of the dictionary entry with the words in the box. (5
points, 1 each)
headword
part of speech
phrase
pronunciation

4 Underline the imperative verb and circle all the connectors. (5 points, 1
each)
1 First, find the English-Spanish section of the dictionary.
2 Next, be sure how to spell the word.
3 When you find the correct guide words, locate the English word in the page.
4 Then read all the definitions.
5 Do not assume that the first word you find is the correct one.
Score: (____ / 20 points)

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Formal Assessment Unit 2
Learning Environment 2
Name: _________________________________________________________
(track 10) 1 Listen to a radio program and circle T for True or F for False.
(9 points, 1 each)
1 The program is about relationships with friends. T F
2 The program is interactive. T F
3 Will has a problem with his parents. T F
4 He has to take his brother places. T F
5 Marty had a different problem. T F
6 Martys best friend went with them. T F
7 Marty said its boring to go with his best friend. T F
8 Will doesnt like Martys idea. T F
9 Will wants to try Martys idea. T F
2 Complete this conversation with the words from the box. (5 points, 1
each)
Isnt might problem welcome what
Host: This is Gerry Kent with Teen Scene. 1) ____________, Paula! Whats
your 2) ____________?
Caller: When I want to go to the movies with my friends, my parents always say
no.
Host: You 3) ____________ try talking to them. Ask them, Can you go to the
movies with us?
Caller: 4) ____________ do you mean?
Host: You invite them to go with you. Its better than not going to the movies at
all, 5) ____________?
3 Complete this conversation with the words from the box. (6 points, 1
each)
callers fast opinion relevant thought wasnt
Martha: So what did you think? Did you like that radio program?
Carla: Yeah, I liked it because the 1) ____________ were really funny.
Mark: I dont know. I 2) ____________ they spoke too 3) ____________.
Rich: In my 4) ____________, the host 5) ____________ prepared. He didnt
know what to say.
Will: Well, I thought it was 6) ____________ for teenagers.

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Formal Assessment Unit 3
Learning Environment 1
Name: _________________________________________________________
1 Read the text and circle T for True or F for False. (4 points, 1 each)
The first arcade games appeared in the 1920s, they were simple
electro-mechanical devices. In the early 1970s, the first coin-operated video
game was created in Japan. Many more games followed, and some of these
games became classics.
Nowadays there are many other video games you can play at home on your
computer. They influence how we talk and how we make friends. You can play
them online with your friends, even if they are at their own houses. Online
games will continue evolving and will become more and more realistic. They will
be 3-D and have voice- and gesture-recognition systems. Youll be able to
interact directly with the characters on the screen.
1 Arcade games first appeared in the 1970s. T F
2 The first coin-operated video games appeared in Japan. T F
3 There are many different video games today. T F
4 There will be 4-D games in the future. T F
2 Answer the questions. (4 points, 2 each)
1 What are video games like today?
_______________________________________________
2 What will be some of the characteristics of games in the future?
_______________________________________________
3 Unscramble the sentences. (6 points, 2 each)
1 Gamers / in the game / interact / the characters / will / with
_______________________________________________
2 games / in other countries / play / will / with people / You
_______________________________________________
3 in class / Students / textbooks / use / wont
_______________________________________________
4 Match the two parts of the conversation. (6 points, 2 each)
1 Climate change wont affect Venezuela.
a) I dont agree. I think it
will change.
2 It will soon start snowing in Caracas.
b) Im sure it will.
3 The worlds climate wont be different in ten years. c) No, it wont. Thats
impossible.
Score: (____ / 20 points)

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Formal Assessment Unit 3
Learning Environment 2
Name: _________________________________________________________
1 Label the diagrams. (6 points, 1 each)
brain heart stomach lungs ribs small intestine

2 Read the text and match the sentences. (6 points, 1 each)


The adult human body has 206 bones. There are 28 bones in the skull, 26
vertebra, 24 ribs, 2 clavicles, and 2 scapulae. There are two bones in the pelvis
and 30 bones in each of the arms and legs.
1 One arm has
2 There are
3 There are only
4 The skull has
5 Your arms and legs have
6 Your shoulders have

a) one hundred and twenty bones.


b) thirty bones.
c) twenty eight bones.
d) twenty six vertebra.
e) two bones in the pelvis.
f ) two clavicles and two scapulae.

3 Read the text and circle the answers. (8 points, 1 each)


This is 1) a / an important organ. It is 2) a / the heart. Blood 3) is pumped /
pumped by the heart. This is 4) an / the artery. The heart 5) send / sends blood
through the arteries. The lungs 6) bring / is brought oxygen into the body. The
veins 7) bring / brings blood with lots of carbon dioxide to the lungs. This carbon
dioxide 8) cleans / is cleaned by the lungs
Score: (____ / 20 points)

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Formal Assessment Unit 4
Learning Environment 1
Name: _________________________________________________________
(track 17) 1 Listen to the personality quiz for Alicia and check () her
options. (4 points, 1 each)
What do you like to do in your free time?

2 Circle the best option. (7 points, 1 each)


A: Do you like 1) listen / listening to music?
B: Yes, I do, 2) and / but I dont like hip hop.
A: I love 3) listening / to listen to hip hop 4) and / but I like pop too.
B: I enjoy 5) listening / to listen to pop 6) and / because its fun. My brother
doesnt like it 7) and / because hes old. Hes eighteen.
3 Match the questions and answers. (3 points, 1 each)
1 Do you like video games?
a) Fifty two.
2 How many games do you have?
b) I like action games.
3 What kind of games do you like?
c) Yes, I do.
4 Complete the following questions with question tags. (4 points, 1 each)
1 You are a musician, _______________________?
2 You like playing the guitar, _______________________?
3 You can play the piano too, _______________________?
4 You dont like hip hop, _______________________?
5 Circle the closure and underline the opening in this conversation. (2
points, 1 each)
A: Hi there. Are you busy?
B: No, Im not.
A: Can I ask you a question about our homework?
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B: Sure.
A: What is the opposite of abstract?
B: Concrete.
A: Thanks a lot. See you in class.
Score: (____ / 20 points)

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Formal Assessment Unit 4
Learning Environment 2
Name: _________________________________________________________
1 Write the opposites of these feelings. (4 points, 2 each)
1 angry ___________________
2 happy ___________________
2 Circle the best option. (7 points, 1 each)
The man was a 1) drum / spy . He wore a 2) disguise / mission . He wasnt
wearing his 3) file / trench coat . People thought he was a 4) file / policeman. He
was in my 5) blackboard / bedroom. He was very 6) angry / happy because I
was late. I was playing my 7) guitar / file and singing at the club.
3 Label the parts of the song. (4 points, 1 each)

4 Write the correct forms of the


progressive ). (5 points, 1 each)

verbs

in parentheses (

past or past

Then all the lights 1) _________________ (go out),


And the walls 2) _________________ (close in).
Dark ocean water 3) _________________ (rise) to my chin!
Then everything 4) _________________ (go), black!
I heard myself shout!
I 5) _________________ (know)it was all over and Id never get out!
Score: (____ / 20 points)

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Formal Assessment Unit 5
Learning Environment 1
Name: _________________________________________________________
1 Read this text about the environment. Circle T for True or F for False. (3
points, 1 each)
The air in our cities is dirty and the sky is often gray. Our air is polluted by car
and airplane emissions. Factories pollute the air with smoke and dangerous
chemicals. The rain cant clean our air. It mixes with the pollutants and creates
acid rain that can damage plants and buildings.
We release carbon dioxide into the air when we burn fossil fuels, like gas, oil,
and petroleum. This is changing our climate because these pollutants affect our
atmosphere. Now the North and South Poles are melting. People are trying to
do something to make the planet better, but it isnt easy and it might already be
too late.
1 Cars and planes pollute the environment. T F
2 Fossil fuels release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. T F
3 The atmosphere isnt affected by pollution. T F
2 Unscramble the words to make sentences. (6 points, 2 each)
1 affect / . / are / our atmosphere, / These pollutants, / very dangerous / which
_______________________________________________________________
2 are / are / millions of people / our environment / There / to save / trying / . /
who
_______________________________________________________________
3 cleaner energy sources / . / include / solar power / that / use / We
_______________________________________________________________
3 Read the paragraph and circle the best options to complete the
sentences. (5 points, 1 each)
My uncle works on an experimental farm. Animals 1) are bred / bred in good
conditions. Students take 2) care of / up them. They study to find 3) down / out
about the animals. Some feed them and others clean and take 4) out / up the
garbage. They have wiped 5) down / out dangerous insects
4 Complete the paragraph with the correct form of the words from the box.
(6 points, 2 each)
and because therefore
The Poles are melting 1)________________ sea levels are rising. The
environment is changing
2) _______________________ we need to do something to help. We need to
do something
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3) _________________ its our planet too.


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Formal Assessment Unit 5
Learning Environment 2
Name: _________________________________________________________
(track 29) 1 Listen to the flight attendant and circle T for True or F for
False. (5 points, 1 each)
1 This is flight 676 to Paris. T F
2 If you are going to sleep, dont fasten your seat belt. T F
3 Use your seat belt to protect you from turbulence. T F
4 Oxygen masks fall from the overhead compartment in an emergency landing.
TF
5 You must read the safety manual. T F
2 Read the paragraph and circle the best options to complete the
sentences. (3 points, 1 each)
1) If / In case of there is a fire, break the glass. In case / 2) In case of you need
water, remove the hose. 3) If / In case of high temperatures, put on protective
clothing.
3 Unscramble the words to make sentences. (3 points, 1 each)
1 protect / . / to / Wear / your eyes / goggles
___________________________________________
2 Look / manual / . / safety / the / through
___________________________________________
3 at all times / door / Keep / shut / the / .
___________________________________________
4 Rewrite these warnings using must. (4 points, 2 each)
1 It is obligatory that you wear protective goggles.
___________________________________________
2 Keeping to the right is obligatory.
___________________________________________
5 Match the signs with the places where you can find them. (5 points, 1
each)
a) in a factory b) in a park c) on a street d) in a restaurant e) in an airplane

Score: (____ / 20 points)

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