[IFRA NA KANDIDATOT

ZALEPI TUKA

DR@AVNA MATURA

Sektor za vrednuvawe na postigawata na u~enicite

ANGLISKI JAZIK
Vreme za re{avawe: 180 minuti
avgust, 2008 godina

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ZALEPI TUKA

SEKTOR ZA VREDNUVAWE NA POSTIGAWATA NA U^ENICITE

UPATSTVO ZA KANDIDATOT
Vnimatelno pro~itaj go upatstvoto. Ne ispu{taj ni{to. Zalepi ja ednata {ifra na ozna~enoto mesto na testot ("[ifra na kandidatot”), a drugata {ifra na ozna~enoto mesto na listot za odgovori. Ne vrti stranici i ne po~nuvaj so re{avawe na zada~ite s¢ dodeka ne ti ka`e nadgleduva~ot. Testot sodr`i zada~i. Na zada~ite se odgovara na eden od slednite na~ini: - so zaokru`uvawe na bukvata pred to~niot odgovor; - so pi{uvawe tekst vo prostorot {to e predviden za toa; - so pi{uvawe odgovor na soodvetnoto mesto vo tabelite. Vnimavaj na jazikot i na pravopisot vo odgovorite. Pi{uvaj ~itlivo. Ne~itlivite odgovori, nejasnite popravki i zaokru`uvaweto na pove}e od predvideniot broj opcii se vrednuvaat so nula (0) poeni. I vo testot i vo listot za odgovori pi{uvaj isklu~ivo so penkalo. Odgovorite na zada~ite napi{ani so moliv se vrednuvaat so nula (0) poeni. Pokraj sekoja zada~a e daden brojot na poenite za to~niot odgovor. Zada~ite se odgovaraat prvo vo testot. Otkako }e zavr{i{ so odgovaraweto na pra{awata vo testot, odgovorite na zada~ite prenesi gi na listot za odgovori, spored Upatstvoto za popolnuvawe dadeno vo nego. Ti posakuvame mnogu uspeh!
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He has been investigating the story of a man who claimed he had been abducted by aliens on a small road in Florida. He did not.F. HUNTER The Ministry of Defence official who once headed investigations into unidentified flying objects believes he was kidnapped by aliens. This novel is the story of a Ministry of Defence official abducted by aliens on a deserted road in Florida. Nick Pope works for the Ministry of Defence and collects information about UFOs. U. enter details of his own experience on the files because he was worried he would be labeled a crank. Nick Pope. who ran the Ministry's top secret Airstaff Secretariat office during the early 1990s. he applied for a job at the Ministry of Defence in order to investigate the matter. Nick Pope was abducted by aliens from a deserted road in Florida and spent some time with them aboard their spaceship. however. Pope has alluded to the incident in his bestselling book called "The Uninvited" which exposes the phenomenon of alien abductions.1) Read these four summaries and choose the one that best matches the text. It was following this incident that he applied for the job in the Ministry of Defence department which collects all reported sightings of UFOs and related phenomena. (1. Nick Pope is a science fiction novelist whose book "The Uninvited" was a bestseller. B. It is rather surprising that the same man was given a job in a Ministry of Defence department which investigates UFOs and related phenomena. with hundreds of people claiming to have been abducted by travelers from space. which he reported in a bestselling novel. however. 1 point 4 04040208 8 . Nick Pope started to believe in aliens after he experienced a strange phenomenon on a deserted road in Florida. meeting any aliens. believes that he.1 Carefully read the text below and then do the exercises that follow. D. He has described how he was lifted aboard an alien spacecraft and then wandered around its corridors without. The officials of the Ministry were particularly amazed when Nick Pope announced that his time collating their "X-files" had convinced him that Earth was being visited by aliens. Following this event. He related the story in a bestselling novel. C. a story which he later related in a bestselling novel. A. his girlfriend and their car were abducted from a deserted road in Florida. The success of his book illustrates the huge interest generated by the subject of aliens visiting Earth.O.

to label 5.3) Match the items on the left (1-5) with the items on the right (A-E). his two brothers and their car were abducted from a deserted road in Florida. an official record E. to wander 4. 8. He. 10. (1. His book was a success because of the huge interest of hundreds of people. a collection of information. The officials of the Ministry convinced him that Earth was being visited by aliens. He has been investigating the story of a man who claimed he had been abducted by aliens on a small road in Florida. Nick Pope. 5 points 1.(1. to state that something is true D. T T T T T F F F F F 7. to describe somebody. a file 3. an official 2. believes he was kidnapped by aliens. 9. T T T T T 6. 3. He has described how he was lifted aboard an alien spacecraft and how he met the aliens. someone who has a responsible position in an organization C. 2. to claim A. a document. His bestselling book is called "The Uninvited" and exposes the phenomenon of alien abductions. Circle (T) true if the sentence is correct or (F) false if the sentence is incorrect. True False F F F F F 10 points 1. He ran the Ministry's top secret Airstaff Secretariat office during the late 1990s. He did not mention that he had been abducted / kidnapped by aliens in his application because he was worried that people would laugh at him. 5. but unfairly or incorrectly 1 2 3 4 5 5 04040208 8 . to move without a clear direction B.2) Read the following sentences. After this incident he applied for a job in the Ministry of Defence department which collects all reported sightings of UFOs and related phenomena. who once headed investigations into unidentified flying objects. 4.

2 Carefully read the text below and then do the exercises that follow. 2 3 (2. In the USA some schools are starting classes at 10 a. These schools have noticed an improvement in their students’ work. Leisure time Sleep Food Exercise 3 points Paragraph 1 2 3 Title 6 04040208 8 . B. 1 In a recent government survey on healthy eating teens scored only 5 out of 10 (8 indicated a healthy diet and 6 a ‘passable’ one). Lack of money in schools plus increased pressure to do well in the course exams means that teenagers are doing less sport in school than ever before. Most teens in the developed world are eating too much but are still not getting the vital nutrients to help them grow and stay healthy. humour and health. Lack of sleep can make you tired. Help at home with the housework or gardening. on school nights and 15% of teens say they have fallen asleep during class. Girls. More information about nutrition and healthy eating is needed to help young people eat properly. so that teens can get some extra sleep. such as bread or milk. in particular. So if you want to become the next David Beckham then you’d better start eating properly. Others don’t know what foods to choose in the school canteen in order to have a balanced diet. because they think it is fattening. Walk or cycle to school instead of taking the bus.1) Read the text and then decide which title (A-D) best corresponds to each paragraph (1-3). Teens need at least 9 hours’ sleep every night and even mild sleepiness can affect your performance. There are lots of ways you can stop being a couch potato! If “we are what we eat” then sleep is like food for the brain. C.m.m. D. Only 1 in 10 teens eats the recommended amount of fruit and the only vegetable that many teens eat is “chips“. There is a saying ‘you are what you eat’. angry or depressed. Just because you aren’t sporty doesn’t mean you can’t be active. A. Nearly 40% of secondary school students go to bed after 11 p. Teens who diet often cut out food they need. Go dancing with your friends. are more likely to suffer from lack of exercise and up to 4 in 10 girls stop playing sports in their early teenage years. There is one extra title that you do not need to use.

Write the appropriate letter in the answer box provided below. have problems because of something D. suffer from 5. C. scored 3. stop B. couch potato A. nutrients 2. a very inactive person E.3) Match each of the following words from the text (1-5) with the word on the right (A-E) that according to the context is closest in meaning. D. 6.(2.2) Read the following sentences. True 1. A recent government survey revealed that 1 in 10 teens eats chips. Most teenagers in the developed world are eating less and are getting the vital nutrients to help them stay healthy. Circle (T) true if the sentence is correct or (F) false if the sentence is incorrect. eliminate. 4. are healthier than their parents were don’t have enough information about healthy eating and lifestyle sleep more than is needed do more sports in schools than before 1 point 7 04040208 8 . essential elements we need for life and growth C. 1. Many students eat a balanced diet in their school canteens. 3.4) The text suggests that teenagers: A. teenagers are not doing as much sport as before. T T T T T T False F F F F F F 6 points (2. cut out 4. Young people have to be more informed about healthy eating habits and nutrition. B. Nowadays. 2. 5. achieved 5 points 1 2 3 4 5 (2. Teenage girls get enough exercise for their age.

7) Schools put pressure on students to: A. teens who go on a diet cut down on: A. B. D. C.9) According to the text. B. sleep at least 9 hours feel angry or depressed play computer games go to bed after 11 p. B. some schools in the USA have changed the starting time of lessons because: A. D. (2. C. eat eat eat eat too much but are not eating healthy food properly and stay healthy less and grow and stay healthy a lot of vegetables and healthy food. D. D.Read the text and choose the best answer (A). (C) or (D). D. B. 1 point (2.5) According to the text. they wanted to please their students they wanted to improve students’ performance parents insisted on changing the time teachers complained about how unmotivated the students were 1 point 8 04040208 8 . 1 point (2. (B). vegetables bread and milk chips meat 1 point (2.6) Most teens in the developed world: A. do well in sports improve their physical condition do well in course exams take a bus instead of walking or cycling to school 1 point (2. C. to each question. many secondary school students on school nights… A. B. C. C.m.8) According to the text.

A 1 2 3 4 5 6 fantastic person plays story director scenes B terrible star is argument actress films C boring character behaves action producer photographs 6 points 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 04040208 8 . C. Sarah (3. The (2)_________ of the film is a young French actress called Audrey Tautou. She secretly returns it to its owner and his life changes completely.2) Choose the correct word for each blank space (1-6) in the text above. but she doesn’t ever tell them. I thought it was one of the best films I’ve seen in a long time. I won’t tell you what happens next in case you want to see it too.1) The text is: A. I wanted to write and tell you about a (1)_________ film I saw called “Amelie“. Are there any Italian films you would suggest seeing? All the best. There are great (6)_________ of Paris too. I’m sorry it’s taken me such a long time to answer but we had exams and I was really busy. I loved the (4) _________ and I also think Audrey Tautou is a very good (5)_________. B. Because she can see that she has helped him so much. a newspaper article an essay a friendly letter a film review 1 point (3. Then she meets a strange boy called Nino and falls in love with him. Thanks so much for your letter.3 Read the text: Dear Tony. She (3)_________ a waitress who discovers an old box of toys in her apartment. D. Amelie tries to help other people too.

4 Read the following text and choose the best answer (A). D. (C) or (D). to each question. however. Romantic composers. C. (4. C. (B). C. famously tremendously structurally slightly 1 point (4. and with poetry.5) It can be inferred from the text that romantic music: A. D. D.1) What is the text about? A. expresses feelings and thoughts was popular in the 19th century has rigid form is less structured than romantic music 1 point (4.4) The word ‘form’ in line 2 is closest in meaning to: A. Classical music was primarily concerned with strict form and style. Their music was less structured than the music of the classicists. structure meter meaning use 1 point (4. classical music: A. B.2) The word ‘greatly’ in line 1 could be best replaced by: A. D. B. with thoughts of beauty. Line 1 Line 5 The Romantic music of the 19th century differed greatly from the classical music of the 18th century. its goal was to fill the listener with emotion. developed before the 18th century did not have strict form came before classical music was more concerned with form than feeling 1 point 10 04040208 8 . D.3) According to the text. wanted to express their feelings and thoughts through music. B. C. C. The characteristics of romantic music Various types of music Popular music in the 18th century A comparison between romantic and classical music 1 point (4. B. and nature. wonder. B.

D. B. thoughts thoughts thoughts thoughts of of of of poetry wonder loveliness strictness 1 point 11 04040208 8 .7) According to the text.6) The word ‘emotion’ in line 5 is closest in meaning to: A. C. C. romantic music filled the listener with all of the following EXCEPT: A. feeling logic sound movement 1 point (4.(4. D. B.

100 words long.5 You are in a big hurry. You are going away and you have asked a friend to feed your pet and water your plants. but you didn’t have time to tell them some important things. ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 12 04040208 8 . Leave your friend a message including information about: • the key of your home • food and any special care treatment about your pet • watering the plants 25 points Your message should be 80 .

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