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MINISTERUL EDUCAIONALE INSPECTORATUL COLAR JUDEEAN BIHOR Olimpiada de limbaenglez !"#$%!"#& 'l(a(a a I)%a* e+apal,'al I- USE O.

EN/LISH 01" p,in+(233333333333333333333333333333333333333333 PART # 0#" p,in+(2 .,4 56e(+i,n( #%#"* 4ead+7e +e8+ bel,9and de'ide 97i'7an(9e4 0A* B* C ,4 D2 be(+:i+(ea'7gap- T7e4ei( an e8ample a+ +7ebeginning 0"2Dia4ie( A diaryis a daily (0) ...... B.....of events, thoughtsandfeelings (1)......... either for thewritersown personal satisfaction or for lateruse. Mostdiaristsneither (2)......... nor necessarilywantanyoneelsetoreadwhattheyhavewritten, so, on thewhole (3).......... theyandperhapstheirrelativesand ( )..........friendseverseetheirwritings. !n theother(") ## , so$e people do write with the (%)## of infor$ing and entertaining the pu&lic, although often diaries are only (')##.. and pu&lished after the authors death. !ne e(a$ple of a diarist who never thought his diary would &e ())#.. &y the pu&lic was *a$uel +epys, who lived in the 1' th century. ,is diary is the $ost i$pressive in the -nglish language, recording so$e of the (.)## events in -nglish history, yet it is also the story of a very lova&le $an. Another e(a$ple is that of Anne /ran0, a young 1ewish girl who was in (10)##. /ro$ the 2a3is in A$sterda$ during the *econd 4orld 4ar. 5t is a uni6ue and $oving account of this ti$e in her life. 1 2 3 " % ' ) . 10 A $e$o A possessed A predict A $erely A hand A reason A uncovered A seen A largest A secret 7 record 7 held 7 anticipate 7 si$ply 7 side 7 target 7 invented 7 revealed 7 &iggest 7 hiding 8 file 8 0ept 8 wait 8 only 8 place 8 intention 8 located 8 shown 8 strongest 8 disguise 9 list 9 preserved 9 e(pect 9 &arely 9 position 9 function 9 discovered 9 noticed 9 greatest 9 cover

PART ! 0#" p,in+(2 .,4 56e(+i,n( #%#" 4ead +7e +e8+ bel,9 and +7in; ,: +7e 9,4d 97i'7 be(+ :i+( ea'7 gap- U(e ,nl< ,ne 9,4d in ea'7 gap- T7e4e i( an e8ample a+ +7e beginning 0"2Ha=e a Sa:e T4ip> :he cost of air travel (0)#7a(#decreased greatly $a0ing a trip a&road $ore afforda&le for $any people. ,owever, although travelling is generally safe, going a&road $ay involve so$e ris0, so a (1)##precautions need to &e ta0en. /irstly, (2)##youre going on a short trip or ta0ing part in a si(;$onth student e(change progra$$e re$e$&er that your &ody needs ti$e to ad<ust (3)###.the local cli$ate, food and water, and $ay also &e under stress. *o, &e particularly careful a&out what you eat and drin0, and if in a hot country protect ( )##.against the sun and insects. 2e(t, you need to thin0 a&out (")####to &ehave while youre out and a&out

a&road. 5n $ost countries, the rules of the road are the sa$e &ut in a few countries cars drive on the opposite side of the road. 7e aware of this and &e careful when you (%) ###streets. =nfortunately, every country has got its thieves and $uggers so youll have to watch (')####.for the$ if you dont want to ())###..your &elongings stolen. +ic0poc0ets 0now that people are usually happy and rela(ed (.)###visiting foreign countries and often let their guard down while ad$iring local attractions. >eep your hand&ag or wallet concealed, and only carry (10)####..$oney for your i$$ediate needs. 4hen out at night, stay in groups when possi&le, 0eep an eye on each other, and avoid secluded places. PART $ .,4 56e(+i,n( #%#" 4ead +7e +e8+ bel,9- U(e +7e 9,4d gi=en in 'api+al( +, :,4m a 9,4d +7a+ :i+( +7e gap- T7e4e i( an e8ample a+ +7e beginning 0"2? Cl,6d .,4ma+i,n A lot of (0)..poetry..has &een written a&out clouds, which $any +!-: of us will re$e$&er fro$ our (1)#####. 7ut how $any of us 8,5?9 0now the (2)#..#.## reason why clouds are for$ed@ *85-28(3)#####.., clouds for$ when rising air cools and the 7A*58 ( )####.#.in it for$s into droplets. 7ut what $a0es the air rise M!5*: in the first place@ :here are three $ain reasons. :he (")##..### of 4AAM the sun heats the air and $a0es it lighter, so it goes upwards. Also the air goes up in order to pass over (%)####..## 0inds of land, for BAAC e(a$ple, $ountains. A third reason is weather fronts, which result in a (') ######.### of cold and war$ air. :he war$ air always 8!M752ends up on top. 5n all three cases, as the air rises it cools, the water it contains is condensed and the result is the fa$iliar ))####.###. !88=A of rain. As for the shapes of clouds, there are two (.)#####..# typesD 8,AAA8:-A *tratus clouds and cu$ulus clouds and (10)#######..weather 95//-A 8onditions can &e predicted, depending on the type of clouds we see. PART & 0!" p,in+(2 .,4 56e(+i,n( #%#"* ',mple+e +7e (e',nd (en+en'e (, +7a+ i+ 7a( a (imila4 meaning +, +7e :i4(+ (en+en'e* 6(ing +7e 9,4d gi=en- D, n,+ '7ange +7e 9,4d gi=en- @,6 m6(+ 6(e be+9een +9, and :i=e 9,4d(- He4e i( an e8ample 0"2? " I+A( a 9ee; (in'e I la(+ (a9 7imSEEN 5 #havent seen#a wee0@ 1. 4hen did she $ove to /rance@ SINCE

,ow long###########..to /rance @ 2. ,e has never seen this fil$ &efore. EBER 5ts the first ti$e ######################.... this fil$. 3. :hey started learning Eer$an two wee0s ago. BEEN :hey #####.###########..#..two wee0s. . 4e started learning when 9ad ca$e ho$e . UNTIL 4e#####..############9ad ca$e ho$e. ". 4e can have lunch outside if the weather is good. UNLESS 4e can have lunch outside#######################.is &ad. %. *he was so insistent that we couldnt ignore her. TOO *he was ############.####..#. ignore. '. 5 &ought several dictionaries, &ut none of the$ are really up to date. CHICH 5 &ought ############..####..are really up to date. ). 4hen he got the phone call, he left the house i$$ediately. MOMENT ,e left the house ##########################..the phone call. .. 8areless drivers should &e punished. CARELESSL@ +eople ####.#####.#####..should &e punished. 10. 5t was difficult for the$ to find a flight. HAD :hey ##################### a flight. II- CRITIN/ D 1" p,in+(3333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333 Cou have <ust returned fro$ -ngland, where you spent your su$$er holiday. 4rite a letter to your friend telling hi$Fher a&out your e(perience. Cou $ust write your letter in 1"0;1)0 words in an appropriate style.