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TEST 8 B

(Module 8)

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CLASS .. MARK ______


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(Time 50 minutes)

Vocabulary
A. Underline the correct item.
e.g. Can you remind/remember me to return
the DVD tomorrow?

6 That shop is giving away/off books to


customers.
7 Could you please give me up/back my
sunglasses?
8 Kevin lost/changed his mind and bought
the black trainers instead of the red ones.
9 Oh no! It completely crossed/slipped my
mind to tell Andrew about the party.
10 The students gave back/out leaflets about
the hazards of noise.

1 Why dont we go to the cinema? It will


take/bring your mind off work.
2 What is giving out/off that awful smell?
3 You look anxious, Tommy. Whats on your
brain/mind?
4 Maria is trying to give up/away smoking.
5 His mind/memory is terrible. He can never
remember my name.

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. Fill in the correct form of the words in brackets.


e.g. The experts could give no explanation of
the crash. (explain)

13 My little girl has a wonderful ......................


(imagine).
14 Is there any ................................................
(inform) about the accident?
15 Athens has many tourist ............................
(attract).

11 Harrys ........................................................
(describe) of the film was hilarious.
12 Tammy doesnt like films with a lot of
........................................................... (act)

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TEST 2 A
Grammar
C. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.
20 If you dont wear a coat, you .......................
............................................ (catch) a cold.
21 If you heat ice, it .............................. (melt).
22 If I were you, I .............................................
(see) a dentist about that toothache.
23 If Harry eats all that pizza, he .....................
............................... (have) a stomachache.
24 If she ..........................................................
(leave) the office earlier, she would have
missed the phone call.
25 When it rains, the roads .............................
......................................... (get) dangerous.

e.g. If I had studied (study), I would have


passed the exam.
16 If I ..................................................... (see)
Jane, Ill tell her to call you.
17 If Mike ...................................... (enter) the
Grandmaster quiz show, he would have
won.
18 I wish I ........................................... (bring)
my umbrella. Its raining now.
19 If only I ........................................... (have)
more friends.

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D. Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use up to
three words.
29 We didnt visit Ann because we didnt know
she was home.
If we had known Ann was home, we ..........
............................................................. her.
30 If you are not careful, you will crash into that
car.
Youll crash into that car .............................
................................................. are careful.

e.g. I didnt like the cake I bought yesterday.


I wish I had bought a better cake yesterday.
26 I dont think its a good idea to go out in the
rain.
If ................................................................,
I wouldnt go out in the rain.
27 Its a pity we missed Sarahs wedding.
I wish we ....................................................
Sarahs wedding.
28 Oh, no. Its snowing again!
I wish it ......................................................
snowing.

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TEST 2 A
English in Use
E. Fill in the correct phrase.
I predict Hes certain Im not sure that theres a good chance seems that They cant
e.g. A: Hes certain to pass his driving test.
B: Yeah. Hes a great driver.

34 A: The weather forecast said that ...............


.............................................. of a storm.
B: Oh dear. We had better cancel the picnic,
then.

31 A: Do you want to come and see the new


science fiction film with me?
B: To tell you the truth, ...............................
I am that interested in seeing it.

35 A: ...................................... that computers


will enslave humanity.
B: Thats the most ridiculous thing I have
ever heard!

32 A: What are those people doing?


B: It .................................... they are trying
to get into their car.
33 A: ........................................ be very happy
about it.
B: Well, I wouldnt be, if I were them.

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TEST 18 A

(Module 18)

Reading
F. Read the story and, for each question, choose A, B, C or D.

It was a cold, windy night as I snuggled down under my warm blanket in bed. I had just switched off the
TV, brushed my teeth and was reading my favourite book, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. I love
reading, especially at night just before I go to sleep. I was at the part in the book when Cathys ghost
appears.
As I turned the page of my book, I was sure I heard a strange noise at the window. Slowly, I got out of bed,
put on my slippers and dressing gown and walked towards the window. The wind was howling outside and
the branches of the trees were waving wildly back and forth. Suddenly, I heard the noise again. It sounded
like someone was knocking at the window. But I knew that was impossible because my room is on the first
floor of the house.
My heart was pounding as I quickly flung the window wide open. At that moment, a cold, white hand
grabbed my arm and tried to pull me out the window. I screamed and tried to free myself but the grip was
just too strong.
Suddenly, I heard a gentle voice saying, Susie, wake up. Youre having a nightmare. Everythings alright.
Slowly, I opened my eyes and saw my mum standing over my bed, smiling and holding my book in her
hand. I was so relieved that Cathys ghost hadnt been real!
e.g. The weather outside was
A cold and rainy.
B windy and rainy.
C cold and windy.
D cold, windy and rainy.

38 What happened when the writer opened the


window?
A She got wet.
B Something caught hold of her.
C She fell out the window.
D A tree branch hit her.

36 The writer usually reads


A after watching television.
B after brushing her teeth.
C during the day.
D before she goes to sleep.

39 Susie is the name of


A the writers mother.
B Emily Brontes sister.
C the writer.
D the ghost.

37 When the writer heard the noise, she felt


A excited.
B upset.
C afraid.
D confident.

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40 The writer had


A watched a scary film.
B been frightened by her mother.
C seen a ghost.
D had a bad dream.
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TEST 8 B

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TEST 8 B
Listening
G. You will hear a conversation between a girl, Sandy, and a boy, Pat, about noise.
Decide if each sentence is T (true) or F (false).
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Sandy thinks its natural for parties to be noisy.


Pat loves going to discos.
Pat thinks that it is OK to listen to loud music.
Sandy cant hear what Pat said.
Sandy promises to play her iPod more quietly.

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Writing
H. Write a story entitled An Unforgettable Experience for your school magazine
about an event that scared you. (120-180 words) Include:
background information (setting and characters) what happened and why it frightened you
how you responded and felt

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