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Curs de Engleza de Afaceri - Lectia 1: Departamentele dintr-o Companie

Lesson 1 - Company Departments

1. Types of companies

Match the following types of companies with their definitions: A. Sole trader/ one-man business B. Partnership C. The franchise D. Joint stock companies E. Private limited companies (LTD) F. Public limited companies (PLC) G. .Joint ventures

1) a type of partnership, in which the business is granted by the owner and is controlled by a contract which states how it is to be run; 2) a more complex business organization consisting of an association of people who contribute capital and agree to share the resulting profit or loss; the liability of the members is limited to the values of their shares. 3) the simplest form of business organization, the sole proprietor has control of his capital with almost complete freedom from external interference. 4) temporary partnerships commonly constituted for carrying out a particular trading objective; the partnership is to be dissolved when the objective is completed. 5) consists of a small number of persons who contribute the capital for the business, either in equal or in agreed proportions, and take an active part in the management of the business, but also share the resulting profit or loss. 6) consist of a very small number of members and they can offer their shares for sale to people who wish to buy on the Stock Exchange. 7) consist of at least two members (shareholders), and are not allowed to invite public to subscribe shares or debentures; the right to transfer shares is only with the consent of the directors. Publicat de Profa de engleza la 08:59 1 comentarii Etichete: Curs de Engleza de Afaceri

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marți, 18 septembrie 2007
CURS DE ENGLEZA PENTRU INCEPATORI Lesson 2: What's your Phone Number? Care este numarul tau de telefon?
VOCABULARY Numbers: Numerele de la 1 la 12 sunt urmatoarele: One -1 Two - 2

Three - 3 Four - 4 Five - 5 Six - 6 Seven - 7 Eight - 8 Nine - 9 Ten - 10 Eleven - 11 Twelve - 12 De la 13 la 19 numeralul se formeaza adaugand –teen la fiecare din cifrele de la 3 la 9, cu exceptia lui 13, unde three devine thir+teen, si 15, unde five devine fif+teen. Thirteen - 13 Fourteen - 14 Fifteen - 15 Sixteeni - 16 Seventeen - 17 Eighteen - 18 Nineteen - 19 Numerele 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 se formeaza adaugant -ty la fiecare din cifrele de la 2 la 9, cu 4 exceptii, la 20: twen+ty , 30: thir+ty, 40: for+ty si 50: fif+ty. Twenty – 20 Thirty – 30 Forty – 40 Fifty – 50 Sixty – 60 Seventy – 70 Eighty – 80 Ninety – 90 20-29 Twenty-one Twenty-two Twenty-three Twenty-four Twenty-five Twenty- six Twenty-seven Twenty- eight Twenty-nine 30-39

thirty-one thirty -two thirty -three thirty -four thirty -five thirty -six thirty -seven thirty -eight thirty -nine 40-49 forty-one forty -two forty -three forty -four forty -five forty -six forty -seven forty -eight forty -nine 50-59 fifty-one fifty -two fifty -three fifty -four fifty -five fifty -six fifty -seven fifty -eight fifty -nine 60-69 sixty-one sixty -two sixty -three sixty -four sixty -five sixty -six sixty -seven sixty -eight sixty -nine 70-79 seventy-one seventy -two

seventy -three seventy -four seventy -five seventy -six seventy -seven seventy -eight seventy -nine 80-89 eighty-one eighty -two eighty -three eighty -four eighty -five eighty -six eighty -seven eighty -eight eighty -nine 90-99 ninety-one ninety -two ninety -three ninety -four ninety -five ninety -six ninety -seven ninety -eight ninety -nine 100 – one hundred 200 - two hundred 300 - three hundred 400 – four hundred 500 – five hundred 600 - six hundred 700 – seven hundred 800 – eight hundred 900 – nine hundred ex: 125 – one hundred and twenty five 578 – five hundred and seventy eight PRACTICE Exercitiul 1:

Scrieti in litere urmatoarele numere: 24 ………………………………. 76………………………………. 98………………………………... 245………………………………... 59………………………………... 564………………………………... 90………………………………... 821………………………………... 43………………………………... 154………………………………...

Exercitiul 2: What is your phone number? Care este numarul tau de telefon? ………………………………………………….. Publicat de Profa de engleza la 23:23 0 comentarii Etichete: Curs de Engleza pentru Incepatori

miercuri, 12 septembrie 2007
CURS DE ENGLEZA PENTRU INCEPATORI: Lesson 1 Greeting People Formule de salut in limba engleza
VOCABULARY PRESENTATION 1. Expresii folosite atunci faceti cunostinta cu cineva/ va interesati de identitatea cuiva: How do you do? – Imi pare bine de cunostinta!- raspunsul este de obicei acelasi: How do you do! sau una din urmatoarele expresii: Nice to meet you! Pleased to meet you! Glad to meet you! I‟m Mary Smith. – Eu sunt Mary Smith My name is Mary Smith.- Numele meu este Mary Smith Excuse me, are you Professor Jones?- Scuzati-ma, dvs sunteti Profesor Jones?

2. Formule de salut: a) expresii informale: Hello! - formula de salut informala, folosita in orice moment al zilei, in special in Engleza

britanica. – Buna!, Salut! Hi! - - formula de salut informala, folosita in orice moment al zilei, in special in Engleza americana – Buna!, Salut! Nice to see you! - Imi pare bine sa te intalnesc! See you! - La revedere See you later! - Ne vedem mai tarziu! Hello, how are you? - Buna, ce mai faci? Hi, Jim! How are things? – Buna, Jim, ce mai faci? I‟m fine, thanks! And you?- Bine, multumesc! Dar tu?

b) expresii formale: Good morning! – forma de salut inainte de ora 12- Buna dimineata! Good afternoon! – forma de salut de la ora 12 pana la ora 18 Good evening! - forma de salut dupa ora 18 – Buna seara! Good night! - forma de ramas bun folosita seara- Noapte buna! Good bye! - La revedere Good morning/ afternoon/ evening, how are you? - Buna dimineata/ziua/ seara, ce mai faceti? Very well, thank you! - Forte bine, multumesc! Dar dvs?

PRACTICE Exercitii: Cititi urmatoarele dialoguri si stabiliti care sunt formale si care sunt informale: a) How do you do? I‟m Mary Smith. And I am Robert Thomson. How do you do? ………………………………………………… b) Good morning, my name is James Travor. Pleased to meet you, James. ……………………………………………….. c) Hello, I‟m Anne Johnson. Hi, Anne, my name is George. …………………………………………… d) Excuse me, are you Dr. Brown? Yes, I am. I am ………………….. Pleased to meet you! ………………………………………………….

Gasiti raspunsul corespunzator (a-e) pentru fiecare formula de salut (1- 5):

How do you do? Good afternoon, I‟m John Simon. Hi, Sheila! Nice to see you. Hello, dear! How are you? Excuse me, are you Dr. Johnson? a) Very well, thank you, Gina! And you? b) How do you do? c) Pleased to meet you, Mr. Simon. My name is ………. d) Yes, I am. e) Nice to see you, too, George! Publicat de Profa de engleza la 06:47 2 comentarii Etichete: Curs de Engleza pentru Incepatori

TEZA LA ENGLEZA CLS aXIIa SEM II
I. Choose the correct word or phrase which best completes each sentence: 1. Traffic is always bad in the ……….. hour at the end of the day. A busy B rush C crowded D crush 2. Commuting really …… me down- I hate it. A puts B pulls C gets D drags 3. Old buildings should be preserved as they are part of our cultural ……… . A heritage B estate C entitlement D endowment 4. If too many species ……… out, it will upset the ecosystem. A go B die C pass D get 5. The problem needs to be …….. urgently, otherwise it will be too late. A checked B addressed C monitored D focused 6. The mountaineers were concerned about ……….. weather conditions as they were climbing late in the year. A diverse B converse C perverse D adverse 7. The building of the new stadium was ……… schedule, which was worrying the sponsors a great deal. A off B behind C below D under 8. It was his first marathon, and he pushed his endurance to the ……. in order to do well. A end B edge C limit D margin 9. I had lost my glasses in the water and could barely …….… the edge of the river . A notice B distinguish C remark D recognise 10. The dream was so ……… that I was convinced it had really happened. A lively B colourful C vivid D bright 11. Close your eyes and try to ……… yourself walking along a beach at night. A observe B visualise C think D watch 12. It seemed as though he could walk through fire without …….. any kind of injury. A suffering B undergoing C feeling D finding 13. Nursing doesn‟t pay very well but I love it and it gives me great job …………… . A enjoyment B satisfaction C pleasure D value

14. He was ……….. moved by the speech made at his retirement party. A deeply B highly C broadly D widely 15. To ……… you the truth, I‟d really like to change my job. A explain B say C reveal D tell II. Complete each sentence using the an appropriate form of the word given in capitals: 1. The ………… of many archeological sites was felt to be a priority. (PRESERVE) 2. The architect produced some beautiful plans but ………… the cost of the building work was too great. (FORTUNE) 3. To survive, city centres must try to retain a sense of ………………(UNIQUE) 4. There are many…………. Issues that have not yet been dealt with. (ENVIRONMENT) 5. If the problem of pollution is not solved, few people will remain ……………(AFFECT) 6. It is ………….., the loss of so many trees, that worries me the most.(FOREST) 7. It‟s no use having the ability if you lack ……………..(MOTIVATE) 8. Some people say that warm-up activities are ……………., but I believe people can get injured if they don‟t do them. (NEED) 9. The team‟s results improved ………. after the arrival of the new coach. (DRAMA) 10. She could not …………. Her fear of water and was never able to learn to swim. (COME) 11. One physical symptom of the disease is quick, ……………movements of the body. (VOLUNTEER) 12. Many people are enthusiastic about herbal remedies, regarding them as an …………….. way of treating illness. (EFFECT) 13. She certainly has great …………… to succeed, but this is not backed up by much talent or ability. (DETERMINE) 14. People often behave …………… when under stress, which makes it difficult to know how to help them. (PREDICT) 15. Some people show a false sense of ………… when they are asked about their achievements. (MODEST) III. Rephrase the following sentences so that the meaning stays the same, using the word given: 1. “Perhaps we should build a new cinema in the center of the town”, said someone. built It was………………………………………………………………………..in the town center. 2. Facilities for children have improved greatly over the last ten years. enormous There has been …………………………..facilities over the last ten years. 3. People suspect that they started the fire. suspicion They …………….………………….. the fire. 4. There are now many more wildlife protection organisations than there were in the past. significant There has ……………………………………………………. wildlife protection organisations. 5. If we do not get money from the government, we‟ll be unable to continue with the research. funding Without ……………………………………………………………………………. with the research. 6. Her voice was very soft and no-one could hear it at all. that So…………………..…………… she was totally inaudible. 7. Children are not allowed to run the marathon. ban

There is ……………………………..running the marathon. 8. You must never ever swim here alone. circumstances Under …………………….………yourself. 9. I enjoyed the holiday so much that I didn‟t want to leave. fun The holiday was …………………….…stayed there forever. 10. If you want to lose weight, go for a run every evening and see if that helps. try To lose weight, …………………………………………………….. every evening. 11. She doesn‟t really seem very excited at the thought of going to Canada next year. forward She doesn‟t seem……………………………………………………. to Canada next year. 12. She said that she needed to study French because wanted to work in France. reason She said that …………………………………… because wanted to work in France. 13. She‟s going to lose her temper at any moment. point She‟s ……………………………...…………..temper. 14. It‟s our tenth wedding anniversary at the end of the month. by We‟ll ………………………………………. the end of the month. 15. His job interview is arranged for next Wednesday. due He is ……………………………….... next Wednesday. Publicat de Profa de engleza la 02:33 0 comentarii Etichete: Subiecte Teze la Engleza

TEZA LA ENGLEZA CLASA aXIa SEM II
I. READING 1. Read the following text and find words that mean: (5 points) a) alteration of shape b) effort c) shocked and angry d) reproduce e) claim, sometimes untruthfully Many people who profess to love art are offended when pictures do not look „real‟. They consider that this shows a lack of skill in modern artists who do not have enough knowledge to draw „correctly‟ and who cannot compare with the great masters of the past. Such masters were able to render faithfully the visible world around them by much labour and the recording of every tiny detail. Yet there is not much mystery about these distortions of nature about which people still complain today when talking about modern art. Everyone who has seen a Disney film or a comic strip knows that it is sometimes right to draw things otherwise than they look. Mickey Mouse does not look very much like a real mouse, yet people do not get indignant about the length of his tail! 2. Explain in your own words:( 4 points) a) why some people criticise modern art b) why the great artists of the past were so admired c) what cartoons show us about art d) why nobody criticises the length of Mickey Mouse‟s tail. 3. Summarise what the passage says in about 20 words.(8 points)

4. Put the following sentences into the correct order to make a piece of structured writing about appreciating artistic works.(8 points) a) They seem to be as inexhaustible and unpredictable as human beings. b) You should never think you know all about it, for nobody does. c) You will never finish learning about art. d) Nothing is more important to enjoyment than having a fresh mind. e) There are always new things to discover. f) It is an exciting world of its own with its own strange laws and adventures. g) It is far better to know nothing about art at all than to have a kind of half-knowledge that makes for snobbishness. h) Great works of art seem to look different every time you stand before them. II. VOCABULARY 1. Here is a short text about democracy from an encyclopedia. Fill in the spaces with a suitable word from the box. Be careful: there are more words than spaces! (15 points) for ballot majority cases instance citizens councilor local constitution rights vote real party minority centuries elect minister within democratic decisions general secret ways national rule polling _1_________a democracy, all persons have the right to play a part in the government of their country. In the United Kingdom, for __2________, everybody over the age of 18 can__3_______ a member of the parliament to represent them in the __4_____ government; and a __5______-their representative in __6_______ government. Democracy means government by people, but different groups of people might want to do completely different things and in such __7______ the view of the __8_____ rules. This could lead to the views of the __9_______ being ignored, so many democratic countries and organisations have a __10_______that safeguards the __11_________of individuals and minorities. India is the biggest representative democracy in the world; more than 500 million people are able to __12_________. In the __13_________election of 1989, about 370 million went at the __14__________stations. In 1989 people in Communist Eastern Europe demanded __15________ government and in 1990 Czechoslovakia declared the first democratic government in a Communist country. III. LITERATURE Read this excerpt from” Alice‟s Adventures in Wonderland” and write no more than 200 words to show that the text plays on nonsense and on language.(30 points) As she said these words her foot slipped, and, in another moment , splash! she was up to her chin in salt water . Her first idea was that she had somewhat fallen into the sea, "and in that case I can go back by railway”, she said to herself….However she soon made out that she was in the pool of tears which she had wept when she was nine feet high. “I wish I hadn‟t cried so much!” said Alice, as she swam about , trying to find her way out. “I shall be punished for it now, I suppose, by being drowned in my own tears!…” Just then she heard something splashing about in the pool a little way off, and she swam nearer to make out what it was:… it was only a mouse that had slipped in like herself.

“Would it be of any use now”, thought Alice, “to speak to this mouse? Everything is so out-ofthe-way down here, that I should think very likely it can talk: at any rate , there‟s no harm in trying.” So she began: ”O Mouse, do you know the way out of this pool? I am very tired of swimming about here, O Mouse!” Alice thought this must be the right way of speaking to a mouse: she had never done such a thing before , but she remembered having seen in her brother‟s Latin Grammar, “A mouse –of a mouse-to a mouse- a mouse- O mouse!” The mouse looked at her rather inquisitively, and seemed to her to wink with one of its little eyes, but it said nothing. “Perhaps it doesn‟t understand English”, thought Alice; “I daresay it‟s a French mouse, come over with William the Conqueror”. … So she began again: “Ou est ma chatte?” which was the first lesson in her French lesson-book. The mouse gave a sudden leap out of the water, and seemed to quiver all over with fright . “Oh, I beg your pardon!” cried Alice hastily, afraid that she had hurt the poor animal‟s feelings. “I quite forgot you don‟t like cats.” III. WRITING 1. In about 150 words comment on the following quotation by Oscar Wilde: (20 points) “I treat art as the supreme reality and life as a mere mode of fiction” Publicat de Profa de engleza la 02:31 0 comentarii Etichete: Subiecte Teze la Engleza

TEZA LA ENGLEZA CLASA aXIa SEM. I (filologie)
I. Rewrite these sentences in the passive voice: 1. Everyone knows this fact very well. 2. You must write the answers in ink. 3. They opened the theatre only last month. 4. Did they say anything interesting? 5. People will soon forget his name. II. Complete the sentences with a passive construction, using the verbs given in the form suggested: 1. Much of London (destroy) by fire in the 17th century. (Past Simple) 2. The man who (bite) by a snake (give) a serum. (Past Perfect; Past Simple) 3. Many slums (demolish) to make way for new buildings. (Present Continuous) 4. The police (instruct) to take firm action against hooligans. (Present Perfect) III. Use the words in the list to complete the gaps. You will need to use one of the words twice. despite in spite of whereas although nevertheless even though ……(1)………the fact that Kelly had lots of homework to do, she agreed to go shopping with her friend Justine. Justine loved to buy wild clubbing clothes, ………(2)……… Kelly was more of a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl. ……(3)……. the rain, they set off on Saturday morning for the town centre. Justine, as always, had far more cash than Kelly. ………(4)………, Kelly had an eye for a bargain. Lunch time found them happy and hungry at the local burger bar. ………(5)……… they‟d spent nearly all their money, there were still a few shops that Justine wanted to visit (………(6)……… she‟d promised to be frugal), and ………..(7)……….. having

aching feet, they managed a couple more hours‟ shopping. IV. Join the sentences, using which, who, whose: 1. They have two children. They are still at school. 2. His latest play has been a great success. It was well reviewed by the critics. 3. The man immediately reported the theft. His coat had been stolen. 4. We came within sight of Everest. The summit of Everest attracted so many climbers. 5. Some London policemen were sent to America on a goodwill visit. They are well known for their politeness and helpfulness. V. Write an application letter in reply to the following advertisement: NURSERY SCHOOL ASSISTANT Required Tuesday and Thursday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm. Qualifications preferred or willing to train. VI. Comment on the following two oppositions in “A Midsummer Night‟s Dream” by W. Shakespeare: reason versus love; reality versus illusion. Refer to characters and incidents from the play. (250 – 300 words) Publicat de Profa de engleza la 02:27 0 comentarii Etichete: Subiecte Teze la Engleza

TEZA LA ENGLEZA CLASA 11 SEM I
TEZA CLASA aXIa SEM. I I. Rewrite these sentences in the passive voice: (10 points) 1. Everyone knows this fact very well. 2. You must write the answers in ink. 3. They opened the theatre only last month. 4. Did they say anything interesting? 5. People will soon forget his name. II. Complete the sentences with a passive construction, using the verbs given in the form suggested: (10 points) 1. Much of London (destroy) by fire in the 17th century. (Past Simple) 2. The man who (bite) by a snake (give) a serum. (Past Perfect; Past Simple) 3. Many slums (demolish) to make way for new buildings. (Present Continuous) 4. The police (instruct) to take firm action against hooligans. (Present Perfect) III. Join the sentences, using which, who, whose: (10 points) 1. They have two children. They are still at school. 2. His latest play has been a great success. It was well reviewed by the critics. 3. The man immediately reported the theft. His coat had been stolen. 4. We came within sight of Everest. The summit of Everest attracted so many climbers. 5. Some London policemen were sent to America on a goodwill visit. They are well known for their politeness and helpfulness.

IV. Choose the correct answer: (20 points) 1. The campaign to stop drink driving was very well ……… at Christmas. A publicized B advertised C announced D marketed 2. Ways of being polite ………. The culture of the society which uses them. A translate B communicate C express D reflect 3. The Council for Racial Tolerance receives thousands of complains a year and ……… many of them. A focuses B bans C upholds D grants 4. There was a long and ……….civil war before the rebels were finally defeated. A tangled B bitter C intricate D ruined 5. When travelling by air, always give yourself at least one hour to ………. A get on B check in C touch down D check out 6. Lying to your own advantage is generally regarded as ………… A amoral B illegal C flamboyant D immoral 7. After I leave school, I‟m going to spend a/an ……… year travelling before going to university. A free B out C open D gap 8. People who work in advertising need to be able to think up catchy ……….for their products. A scandals B campaigns C slogans D techniques 9. The ………… majority of people still hope to get married and raise families. A vast B major C main D ever- lasting 10. Michael and I just………for hours without noticing the time pass. A debated B talked C communicated D discussed V. Choose one of the quotations below and bring arguments for and against it. You may refer to characters and incidents in “A Midsummer Night‟s Dream”:(40 points) “Life is a dream” (Pedro Calderon de la Barca) “Love is blind” (proverb) “All the world‟s a stage, And all the men and women merely players” (W. Shakespeare) “We are always insane when we are in love” (Sigmund Freud) “The course of true love never did run smooth” (W. Shakespeare) Publicat de Profa de engleza la 02:23 0 comentarii Etichete: Subiecte Teze la Engleza

TEZA LA ENGLEZA CLASA 12 SEM I
TEZA SEMESTRUL I CLASA 12 I. Complete each sentence using an appropriate form of the word given in capitals: (5points) 1. Thieves often plead ……… to justify their crimes. POOR 2. Computers are now considered ………….. in the business world. DISPENSE 3. Please send ………... of the order as soon as possible. CONFIRM 4. Most people use computers for complicated ……….. these days. CALCULATE 5. There are many ……….that have to be completed before the course is finished. ASSIGN

II. Rephrase, using the words in bolds: (5 points) 1. If we don‟t leave this minute, we‟ll be late! otherwise It‟s high……………………………………….. 2. I regret not studying harder when I was at school. only If……………………………………….. 3. He now regrets his decision to study law at university. wishes He…………………………………………….. 4. I would prefer you to stay and wait for them. rather I …………………………………. 5. This is the best film I‟ve ever seen. never I ………………………………………. III. Rephrase: (5 points) 1. We moved into this house 30 years ago. It‟s ………………………… 2. It‟s a pity we didn‟t meet a long time ago! I wish………………………… 3. Mary left before we reached the hotel. By the time…………………… 4. John prefers us not to say anything about the missing money. John would rather…………………… 5. Without your help, I wouldn‟t have got the job. If you ………………………. IV. Complete each sentence with a suitable word or phrase: (5 points) 1. But for Mary, Tom …………………… a terrible accident. 2. If only you ………………….last evening! 3. That plug looks quite dangerous; …………..I were you. 4. I wish you …………….shouting at me like that! 5. Children, hurry up! It‟s high time …………to school. V. Put the verbs in brackets in the right tense: (10 points) 1. Captain Scott (find) …….. that Amundsen (reach) ……the South Pole before him. 2. We (just /move)………….to a new house, but we (be)……… dissatisfied with it. 3. When I (meet)……… him two weeks ago, he (tell)……….. me that he (just/return) ………from the south of France. 4. He always (go)……….. for a walk every morning before his illness. 5. While the two thieves (argue) ………., someone (steal)…………their car. VI. Translate into English: (20 points) “De-abia dupa ce am ajuns acasa, mi-am dat seama ca ma gandisem la toate afara de lucrul cel mai important:locul unde se va ascunde prietenul meu. Imi vorbise de o cabana in munti, dar trebuia sa ajungem la ea inainte de a se lumina de ziua….. Riscam ca prietenul meu sa se opreasca dupa cateva sute de metri pentru ca era nemancat de o saptamana.” (M. Eliade, In curte la Dionis)

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SUBIECTE TEZA ENGLEZA CLASA 10 SEM II
TEZA CLASA a Xa SEM. II I. Complete the sentences below with an appropriate relative pronoun: (5 points) 1. The boys _________stole the sweets weren‟t wearing school uniform. 2. I hate cars __________ engines break down all the time. 3. They wanted to spend more time together as they hadn‟t seen _________ for a long time. 4. It had rained the night before, _________ made it impossible for them to go sunbathing. 5. She couldn‟t see _________ because of the dark and she became afraid. II. Complete the following sentences with a, an, the or no article: (6 points) There were ____ man and _____ woman in front of me, waiting for the bus a well. ____ man was English, but ____ woman had a foreign look. She was wearing ___ beautiful fur coat which must have been very expensive, and she had _____ long dark hair and green eyes. III. Choose the word which best completes each sentence: (5 points) 1. Nostradamus, one of the most famous clairvoyants of all time, began writing his ________ at about the age of 40. a) novels b) prophecies c) memories d) stories 2. You shouldn‟t eat ice cream if you have a/an _________ throat a) allergic b) aching c)painful d) sore 3. In remote times women were often burned at the stake because they were accused of ___ a)magic b)witchcraft c)wizardry d)conjuring 4. Many people have been able to recall events from history, which suggests that ______could be possible. a) levitation b)reincarnation c)teleportation d)clairvoyance 5. He dropped a heavy box on his right foot and now his ____ is all sore and painful. a)finger b)toe c)thumb d)wrist IV. Turn the following sentences into reported speech, using the reporting verbs in brackets: (5 points) 1. “My teachers don‟t understand me.” (complain) 2. “Stay away from me or you‟ll be sorry.” (warn) 3. “I‟ll do my best to arrange a good stay for you”(promise) 4. “I saw this film when I was in France at some friends” (say) 5. “You are right. I was just pretending I was ill. (admit) V. Put the verbs in the right tense: (15 points) 1. The teacher (enter)… the classroom when Lily (arrive)… 2. The team (not lose)… the match if Tom (not break)… his leg last week. 3. It‟s late. If we (not leave…) now, we (miss)… the last train. 4. When I last (see) …him, he (live)… in London. He (tell)… me that he (think)… of emigrating

to Australia. 5. I (not call)… on him just yet if I (be)… you, as I don‟t think he (get)… home from work. 6. I (work)…for this company for 10 years by the time I (retire)… VI. Use the constructions: Acc +Inf.; Nom+Inf.; -ing constructions to complete the following text: (7points) While waiting for Julia to arrive, he was carefully looking around. (A man/ hear/ to sing)1 on the balcony above the place where he was hiding. He noticed (the girl / approach)2 the hedge. He had never seen (she/ to hurry)3. Her mother must have forbidden (she/ to leave)4 until things were settled. Mrs. Brown probably considered (she)5 insufficiently recovered (to face)6 the enmity of both her friends and her brothers. He had also been advised (to leave)7 her alone. VII. Read the text about the Romantic movement, then using the information in the text, complete the six sentences below:(12 points) The Romantic movement is characterised, as a whole, by the substitution of aesthetic for utilitarian standards. The earth-worm is useful, but not beautiful; the tiger is beautiful, but not useful. Darwin (who was not a Romantic) praised the earth-worm; Blake praised the tiger. In order to characterise the Romantics, it is necessary to take account, not only of the importance of aesthetic motives, but also of the change of taste which made their sense of beauty different from that of their predecessors. Of this, their preference for Gothic architecture is one of the most obvious examples. Another is their taste in scenery. The Romantics liked what was strange: ghosts, ancient decayed castles, the last melancholy descendants of once-great families, practitioners of occult sciences, pirates. The Romantics felt inspired only by what was grand, remote and terrifying. Science, of somewhat dubious sort, could be utilised if it led to something astonishing; but in the main the Middle Ages, and what was medieval in the present, pleased the Romantics best. Very often they cut loose from actuality, either past or present, altogether. The Ancient Mariner is typical in this respect. The geography of the Romantics is interesting – the places in which they are interested are remote, Asiatic, or Ancient. The Romantic movement in its essence, aimed at liberating human personality from the fetters of social conventions and social morality. (adapted from Bertrand Russel, History of Western Philosophy) 1. For the Romantics space was interesting to the extent in which it was…………………….. 2. The strange, exemplified in such things as……………………… particularly appealed to some of them. 3. With the Romantics the beautiful standards replaced…………………………. 4. The time period which particularly attracted them was the …………………….. 5. The Romantics thought social life and morality………………… human personality. 6. The Romantics felt a special inclination for………………….. sciences. VIII. Read the extract from Shakespeare‟s Macbeth, then write the answers to the questions: (35 points) Macb. So foul and fair a day I have not seen. Ban. How far is it called to Forres? What are these, So withered and so wild in their attire That look not like the inhabitants of the earth, And yet are on it? Live you? Or are you aught

That ,man may question? You seem to understand me, By each at once her choppy finger laying Upon her skinny lips: you should be women, And yet your beards forbid me to interpret That you are so. Macb. Speak if you can: what are you? First Witch All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Cawdor! Second Witch All hail, Macbeth! That shall be king hereafter. Ban. Good sir, why should you start, and seem to fear Thing that do sound so fair? In the name of truth, Are you fantastical, or that indeed Which outwardly you show? My noble partner You greet with present grace and great prediction Of noble having and of royal hope, That seems rapt withal: to me you speak not. If you can look into the seeds of time, And say which grain will grow and which will not, Speak then to me, who neither beg nor fear Your favours nor your hate. (Act 1, scene III ) 1. Who are the characters of this scene? 2. What do they talk about? 3. How does this scene connect to the rest of the play? 4. What do the three witches stand for? 5. Discuss an important theme in the play. Publicat de Profa de engleza la 02:16 0 comentarii Etichete: Subiecte Teze la Engleza

SUBIECTE PENTRU TEZA DE ENGLEZA LA CLS. a IX a
I. Use the verbs in brackets into the most suitable verb form: 1. When I (meet) ……..her, she (laugh) ………..heartily at a joke her friend (tell)………..her. 2. Ah, here you are! I (look) ……….for you everywhere. 3. By the end of next week we (do)………the summer cleaning and we (be) ……..able to leave for France. 4. I (not see) ………..Mary since she (get) …….married. 5. It (look)……..as if the gas (burn) ………all night long. Look how hot it (be) ……….in here. 6. He always (ask) ………..me silly questions! 7. I (buy) …….a new car last month, but I (not sell)……….my old car yet, so at the moment I (have) ……….two cars. II. Rewrite the following sentences so that the meaning stays the same: 1. On arrival, remember to pick up your luggage. As soon ……………………………………….. 2. During our meal we discussed what to do at the weekend. While………………………………….. 3. This car was cleaned a week ago.

This car hasn‟t …………………………….. 4. He has been working on this novel for a year. A year ago………………………… 5. I had just locked the room when I heard a loud noise. No sooner…………………………… III. Choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence: 1. By the end of the 20th century, the computer ………..a necessity in every home. A. becomes B. becoming C. has become D. will have become 2. No sooner had she got her salary………she spent it. A. when B. that C. than D. then 3. When we ……,the other guests were having a cocktail. A. had arrived B. have been arriving C. arrived D. have arrived 4. She will buy a new flat when she ………. Enough money. A. will have B. has C. has got D. has had 5. Night …… when Julien spotted a strange glow in the sky. A. has fallen B. fell C. was fallen D. had fallen 6. I don‟t know where ………….. A. are the money B. is the money C. the money are D. the money is 7. When the storm broke we …….. for about three hours. A. had been walking B. walked C. would be walking D. were walking 8. Nobody has ever thought he is a liar, …………? A. hasn‟t it B. haven‟t they C. has it D. have they 9. I don‟t know where…………… A. is the kitchen B. the kitchen be C. the kitchen is D. the kitchen is being 10. Martin ……….tennis when I ask him to help me with the housework. A. always plays B. has always played C. is always playing D. is playing always IV. Write a story of about 300 words using the frame – story technique and including the paragraph below. You may place it wherever you like in the story but do not include it in the total number of words. […] The man opposite me in the train was pretending to read a newspaper. Every time I looked up, I found that he was looking at me over the top of his paper. I pretended not to notice, but the man‟s strange expression made me feel nervous. […] Publicat de Profa de engleza la 02:12 0 comentarii Etichete: Subiecte Teze la Engleza