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CLASS:

MOCK TEST
GRADE 11 (10/11/2013)
Time: 45 minutes

MARKS

I. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others (0.5)
1. A. comfort
B. area
C. happiness
D. believe
2. A. orphanage
B. participate
C. vacation
D. remote
II. Choose the word that has the underlined pronounced differently from the others (0.5)
1. A. wheel
B. wet
C. away
D. answer
2. A. amuse
B. cure
C. new
D. usual
III. Give the correct tenses or form of the verbs.(2.0)
1. We (not, keep)___________ in touch with each other for years.
2. Last month I (be) ___________ in the hospital for ten days.
3. Tom (leave) ___________before we arrived there.
4. When I (come) ___________ to visit her, she (have) ___________ a bath.
5. She won't get married until she (be) ___________ 25 years old.
IV. Supply the correct form of the words in brackets (1.0)
1. In most of the countries in the world____________is free. (educational)
2. Each nation has many people who ____________ take care of others. (voluntary)
3. This design has always been____________ (popularity)
4. MSF is the world's largest ____________ organization that provides emergency medical
relief. (independence)
V. Give the correct prepositions (1.0)
1. How many countries took part____________ the last Olympic Games?
2. A new educational programme has been set up____________economically disadvantaged
children.
3. Four hundred new computers were donated____________the college.
VI. Error identification. (1.0)
1. He says that speak a foreign language always makes him nervous.
A B
C
D
2. Were looking forward to see you again.
A
B
C
D
3. She smelt something burning and saw smoke rise.
A
B C
D
4. She began play the guitar when she was six.
A
B
C
D

VII. Read the following passage and then answer the questions (1.0)
More and more young people are doing voluntary work abroad. The wide variety of jobs and
destinations available is making it an increasingly attractive option for those who have just left
school and have a year free before university.
Many choose to spend these twelve months working in poor countries. There they will earn
little or no money, but they will be doing something useful and enjoying the experience.
The work may consist of helping local communities, for example by helping to build new
roads or provide water supplies to isolated rural villages. Other projects may concentrate more on
conservation and environmental protection. Whatever kind of job it is, though, it is certain to be
challenging and worthwhile, and an experience that will never be forgotten.
1. Where are many young people doing voluntary work?

2. How many months do they spend working there?

3. What can they profit from the voluntary work?

4. What may they do to help local communities?

VIII. Rewrite the sentences as directed. (3.0)


1. You cheated in last exam, Nam, said Ms.Vy.
Ms. Vy accused........................................................................
2. Because she has already read the book several times, she can tell about it.
Having......................................................................................
3. Peter said to Alice, "I'll drive you to the airport."
Peter insisted............................................................................
4. I stayed up late last night, so I feel tired now.
If...............................................................................................
5. The teacher said If today werent Sunday, my pupils could go swimming.
The teacher...............................................................................
6. You can go with your friends if you get high mark in this exam, my mother said.
My mother................................................................................
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