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TEST

5 B (Module 5)

NAME: .. DATE:

CLASS: .. MARK: ______


100
(Time: 50 minutes)

Vocabulary
A. Fill in the correct word.
impressive afford criteria skilled widespread sculptures
e.g. That museum has beautiful sculptures.

4 Brads knowledge of spiders


is ............................ .
5 Paul is unemployed, so he
cant ............................ to go out at
weekends.

1 A degree and a knowledge of French are


the main ............................ for that job.
2 Teaching is a highly ............................ job.
3 Air pollution is a ............................
environmental problem.

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. Fill in the correct form of the words in brackets.


e.g. You shouldnt overheat your house (heat).

8 The doctor told you to be careful, so


dont .......................... (do) it.
9 I think that taxi driver ..........................
(charge) me. I shouldve paid much less.
10 You should never ..........................
(estimate) how good you are at this job.

6 Many factory workers are


often .......................... (pay).
7 David is doing volunteer work in a
few .......................... (develop) countries.

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C. Underline the correct word.


e.g. The standard/value of living is quite high in
Norway.

13 That car is reasonably priced/worth.


14 I gave Mary a ten-pound note/coin.
15 He bought two new houses so he must be
well-off/generous.

11 Bills mobile phone charged/cost 100.


12 Have you paid the electricity bill/account?

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TEST

2A

Grammar
D. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct passive form.
e.g. A: These flowers must be watered (water) today.
B: Dont worry. Ill do it later.
16 A:
B:
17 A:
B:
18 A:
B:
19 A:
B:
20 A:
B:

Thats a lovely bag. Is it new?


Yes. It ..................................................................................................... (give) to me by my mum.
The Opera House is a lovely building, isnt it?
Yes, it is. It ...................................................................................................... (build) in the 1850s.
When do you want the report?
Well, it must .................................................................................................. (hand) in by Monday.
Wheres your car?
It ...................................................................................... (service) at the garage at the moment.
When will the flowers be sent to my house?
They ............................................................................................................ (deliver) on Saturday.
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E. Underline the correct item.


e.g. Has someone/anyone seen my glasses?

26 Would you like some/much coffee?


27 It seems all her hard work finally paid
on/off.
28 Bungee jumping is more/most dangerous
than skydiving.
29 Billy is friendliest/friendlier than everyone
else.
30 Helen has had a few/a lot problems with her
sister recently.

21 Tammy has got no/any money left at all.


22 Will you promise to pay me off/back
tomorrow?
23 Is there everywhere/anywhere I can buy
bread at this time of the night?
24 Dan paid off/out a lot of money for his car.
25 How much/How many people are you
expecting to come?

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TEST

2A

F. Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use up to
three words.
e.g. Lauras doll is bigger than Tammys.
Tammys doll is not as big as Stacys.

33 Taras nervousness is increasing all the


time.
Tara is getting .............................................
nervous all the time.
34 Weve never seen such a beautiful child.
This is .........................................................
child weve ever seen.
35 As he exercises more, he becomes
stronger.
The more he exercises, ..............................
becomes.

31 Brian has the same number of CDs as


Kevin.
Brian has as ...............................................
Kevin.
32 This book is less interesting than the
previous one.
This book is ................................................
as the previous one.

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English in Use
G. Fill in the correct sentence or phrase.
A
B
C
D

It looks wonderful.
How about a coke?
Do you really think so?
It looks great on you.

E Ill have some juice.


F Would you like something to drink before we
eat?

Lea:

Hi, come in Sandra. Oh, your dress is


divine! 0) D
Sandra: 36) ......... Thanks. I like your outfit, too.
Its very smart.
Lea:
I just got it yesterday. Theres a great
new shop in town and its really cheap.
37) .........
Sandra: Yes please. 38) .........
Lea:
Sorry, but I havent got any. 39) .........
Sandra: Thatll be just fine, thanks.

Lea:

Well, lets go into the dining room if


youre ready to eat.
Sandra: Great, Im starving! Oh, Lea! You must
have spent hours preparing everything.
40) .........
Lea:
Well, Its nothing really as I love
cooking for friends.
Sandra: And your friends just love it when you
cook for them!

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TEST

2A

Reading
H. Read the text and choose the best word, A, B, C or D, for each space.

You want to 0) .......... yourself to something new but the price on the tag is too high. So, how can you
41) .......... for it when you are 42) ..........? Nowadays, many people will use a 43) .......... card. One of
the first to ever be introduced in the United States was Diners Club. Originally, it was used to pay
the 44) .......... in restaurants.
So how do they work? Basically, a card member 45) .......... the money from a card company to pay
for whatever it is they want to buy. Then, at the end of each month they have to pay 46) .......... some
or all of the amount due. The problem, of course, is that its easy to get into debt. In America, most
families 47) .......... about $8,000 on their cards.
Although they are becoming increasingly popular, many 48) .......... avoid using them. If you want to
49) .......... your spending then its probably better to pay in cash. Otherwise, the impact 50) ..........
your pocket could be seriously damaging!

e.g. A enjoy

B let

C treat

D allow

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42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

pay
broken
money
receipt
borrows
up
owe
clients
control
of

hand
stuck
cash
menu
takes
back
repay
consumers
keep
in

give
bust
credit
bill
asks
with
carry
buyers
check
at

offer
broke
plastic
account
has
out
return
users
save
on
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TEST

2A

Listening
I. You will hear a radio presenter give advice about entertaining friends in the
home. Listen and complete the missing information.

How to have a fabulous evening.


Some 51) .............................. on how to be a good host:
A florist can make 52) .............................. designs with flowers for you.
Advice on food:
A good way to start the meal is with smoked salmon or 53) .............................. .
You should serve your meal with lots of salad and 54) .............................. .
If you need help you can call some 55) .............................. companies.

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Writing

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J. You recently went on a shopping trip. Write a letter to your pen friend describing
your day out. (100-120 words) Include:
greeting and opening remarks
where you went and with whom

what you did and bought


closing remarks

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