You are on page 1of 3

6 Unit Test LEVEL 1

Name Mark
Vocabulary
1 Choose the correct answer. (6 x 2 = 12 points)
1. There were many enues / spectators / iewers at the parade.
2. When did the fire !ress up / turn up / occur?
3. The school always commemorates / cancels / !is"uises Liberation Day.
4. I always postpone / look #orwar! to / remin! my birthday.
. The lea#lets / #estials / customs were thrown o!t of a helicopter.
". We want yo! to be tense at / take part in / cancel o!r weddin# celebration.
2 Complete the sentences with the wor!s in brackets. ($ x 2 = 1% points)
1. $lease %%%%%%%%% me to call the ban&. I probably won't %%%%%%%%% . (remember / remind)
2. In some co!ntries* the %%%%%%%%% is to wear a special %%%%%%%%% on holidays. (c!stom / cost!me)
3. +y friends had a bi# %%%%%%%%% . I wished them a lon# and happy %%%%%%%%% . (weddin# / marria#e)
4. We aren't %%%%%%%%% o!r plans* we're %%%%%%%%% them for a month. (postponin# / cancellin#)
. The tele,ision %%%%%%%% were shoc&ed to see the %%%%%%%%% at the match fi#htin#. (spectators / ,iewers)
& Complete the sentences with the wor!s below. Make any necessary chan"es. (6 x & = 1' points)
-oyf!l . leaflet . dress !p . t!rn !p . dis#!ise . ta&e part in
1. /ow did the thief %%%%%%%%% himself?
2. The bride %%%%%%%%% late for the weddin#.
3. +y father %%%%%%%%% the local celebration e,ery year.
4. We are #oin# to %%%%%%%%% for the party.
. 0ll the information is in the %%%%%%%%% .
". The family #et1to#ether was ,ery %%%%%%%%% .
( Choose the correct answer. ($ x 2 = 1% points)
1. The flowers smell ,ery nice / nicely.
2. 2o! m!st dri,e slow / slowly beca!se it's snowin#.
3. +arie so!nded an"ry / an"rily on the phone.
4. 2o! m!st wal& care#ul / care#ully on ice.
. /e dances ,ery "oo! / well.
1
6 Unit Test LEVEL 1
)rammar
$ Complete the sentences with the wor!s below. (' x & = 2( points)
co!ldn't . can't . m!stn't . mi#ht . m!st . co!ld . had to . sho!ld
1. 2o! %%%%%%%%% drop this bo3 of dishes.
2. +ary %%%%%%%%% see the doctor if she doesn't feel better tomorrow.
3. +y co!sins %%%%%%%%% come to ,isit this 4at!rday. Therefore* we aren't ma&in# any plans.
4. We %%%%%%%%% call yesterday beca!se o!r mobile phone didn't wor&.
. The st!dents %%%%%%%%% stay late in order to finish the test yesterday.
". When the children were on holiday* they %%%%%%%%% watch tele,ision !ntil late.
5. 6ob %%%%%%%%% dri,e so he ta&es a ta3i to wor&.
7. I %%%%%%%%% lea,e now or I'll be late8
6 Choose the sentence that is closer in meanin" to the ori"inal sentence. (( x ( = 16 points)
1. Is it possible to #et to the shops on time?
a. 9an we #et to the shops before they close?
b. 9o!ld we ha,e #ot to the shops before they closed?
2. We're s!re that the secretary has already sent the pac&a#e.
a. The secretary m!st send the pac&a#e.
b. The secretary m!st ha,e sent the pac&a#e.
3. It isn't necessary for them to #et !p early.
a. They needn't #et !p early.
b. They may not ha,e #ot !p early.
4. It wasn't a #ood idea for :osh to &eep the money.
a. :osh sho!ldn't &eep the money.
b. :osh sho!ldn't ha,e &ept the money.
* Choose the correct answer. ($ x 2 = 1% points)
1. The car won't start. I mustn+t hae / mi"ht hae / may not hae for#otten to p!t petrol in it.
2. ;llen and Tracy are late. They nee!n+t hae / ou"ht to hae / coul!n+t hae left earlier.
3. I don't &now where the tic&ets are. I must hae / shoul! hae / nee!n+t hae left them in the ho!se.
4. There were towels at the yo!th hostel. We mustn+t hae / may not hae / nee!n+t hae bro!#ht o!r own.
. 2o! mustn+t hae / coul!n+t hae / shoul!n+t hae dri,en when yo! were tired.
2
6 Unit Test LEVEL 1
OPTIONAL READING ,ea! the text an! answer the -uestions that #ollow.
I
M./0,N 12,3405
John Burnett was sailing alone across the South China Sea one night in 1992, when his boat was attacked
b !irates" #e could ha$e been hurt or e$en killed, but luckil he sur$i$ed" Later, he wrote a book about his
%rightening e&!erience"
II Burnett was shocked to disco$er that !irac still e&ists" 'n %act, the nu(ber o% !irate attacks on large shi!s,
achts and s(all boats increases e$er ear" #e learned that (odern !irates are $iolent cri(inals who steal what
the can %ro( shi!s and threaten the li$es o% the crew and !assengers" )irac is also a serious econo(ic !roble(,
which costs shi!!ing co(!anies billions o% dollars"
III *an !irates sail in international waters in the +ar East and o%% the east coast o% ,%rica" So(e !irates are onl
interested in robbing the crew" #owe$er, other !irates are connected to international cri(e organisations and
the want the shi! itsel%" -hen the take o$er a shi!, the !ut the crew in li%eboats in the water and then sail
awa with the shi!" Later, the shi! is re!ainted and gi$en a new na(e" Then it.s used %or illegal acti$ities, such
as trans!orting drugs"
I< Until now, worldwide e%%orts to sto! !irac ha$en.t been success%ul" This is (ainl because well/known !irate
areas are $er large and di%%icult to control" There%ore, the best wa to %ight (odern/da !irac is !re$ention"
+irstl, shi!s. ca!tains (ust know to a$oid areas with !irate acti$it" Secondl, i% the can.t a$oid these areas,
the should sail through the( at %ull s!eed and ha$e !lent o% securit on board" '% !irates do take o$er a shi!,
the ca!tain should gi$e the( whate$er the want in order to sa$e the crew and !assengers"
< -e (a think that !irates are handso(e and lo$able like the !irate Jack S!arrow %ro( the !o!ular Pirates of the
Caribbean %il(s" But in realit, nothing could be %urther %ro( the truth" Toda.s !irates are $iolent and
dangerous and (ust be taken $er seriousl"
1 Choose the correct answer. (2 x & = 6 points)
1. :ohn 6!rnett learned that % .
a. there are fewer pirate attac&s e,ery year
b. there are more pirate attac&s e,ery year
c. more pirates are ca!#ht e,ery year
2. 6eca!se of pirate attac&s* shippin# companies % .
a. b!y fewer ships
b. are more modern
c. lose a lot of money
2 3nswer the -uestions. (2 x & = 6 points)
1. What do pirates !se the capt!red ships for?
.......................................................................................
.......................................................................................
2. Why is it hard to stop modern piracy?
.......................................................................................
.......................................................................................
& Complete the sentences. (2 x ( = ' points)
1. 4ome pirates only rob the crew* b!t others
.......................................................................................
..................................................................................... .
2. In order to pre,ent pirate attac&s* ships' captains
.......................................................................................
..................................................................................... .
( 6in! wor!s or expressions in the text that mean7
($ x 1 = $ points)
1. contin!ed to li,e (para#raph I) %%%%%%%%%
2. are a dan#er to (para#raph II) %%%%%%%%%
3. a#ainst the law (para#raph III) %%%%%%%%%
4. as fast as somethin#
can #o (para#raph I<) %%%%%%%%%
. #ood1loo&in# (para#raph <) %%%%%%%%%
&