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3/12/2017 Sistema Virtual de Educación [Evaluations]

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Total score: 20.00

Score of approval: 14.00
Incorrect answers lower your score: No
Open: since 27/11/2017 00:00 until 03/12/2017 23:59

Date: 12/02/2017 6:31:22 PM 16.36
Achievement time: 00:31:42 Passed
Number of times done: 1
Quantity of right answers: 18 / 22


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Watch and listen to “Easy English 8 – What are you doing today?”

For each question choose the right answer. 1/7
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In the third interview what’s her profession?




In the fourth interview, how many parcels does the man have to deliver?

About a dozen

Two dozens

A few

In the fifth interview what does the woman study?




In the twelfth interview the woman had tried on many dresses because …..

She is getting married.

She has a party.

She wants to look beautiful.

In the last interview what is the girl going to do tonight?

She is going to a cafeteria.

She is going shopping.

She is going to her friends’ birthday party. 2/7
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Read the information about the description of some words. Then choose the
correct word from the drop down menu.

A person who does  something,  especially helping other people, willingly and

without being forced or paid to do it.  Volunteer  

A service providing advice and comfort to worried or unhappy people on the

phone.  Helpline  

A person whose job is to stop fires from burning.  Firefighter  

A person having officer rank on a police force.  Police officer  

A person with a medical degree whose job is to treat people who are ill or hurt. 


Read the description of the words on the left. Then choose the correct word for
each description.

official foreign second to be mother

language language language bilingual tongue
A language which is spoken
in a different country.
To speak two languages
fluently and comfortably.
The language you speak at
The language the government
uses on forms, on road signs        
and in school books.
The language of government
and business in the country
where you live, which is not
the same as your language.

Read the sentences and choose the correct option.

_________. I’m on holiday.

I don’t work today

I’m not working today

I haven’t worked today 3/7
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1. When _____ the news, Lisa _____ home.

they were hearing – was driving

they were hearing – drove

they heard – was driving

Can you tell me some more about that film _____?

which you saw last night

which you saw it last night

what you saw last night        

Johnny _____ since March.

knows Julie

knew Julie

has known Julie

This sign shows _____ children crossing _____ road. I like the way they are walking
so slowly and seriously.

the – a

No article – the

the – the

Choose the correct option for each conversation.

How are you?

I’m 15.

I’m Mark.

I’m fine. 4/7
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Would you like anything else?

That’s all thank you.

Yes, I like everything.

Two please.

It’s my sister’s birthday tomorrow!

Happy New Year.

Is she going to have a party?

How old are they?

Do you like visiting museums?

I’d love to.

No, I haven’t.

Not really.

The room costs £50 a night.

I don’t take it.

That’s a lot.

Give two please.

Read the article about “The Homeless World Cup”.

Are sentences “Right” or “Wrong”?

If there is not enough information to answer “Right” or “Wrong” , choose “Doesn’t



Most people think that we should try to get homeless people off the streets and
back to work. But few people have good ideas about how they can help. 5/7
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Mel Young from Scotland and Harald Schmied from Austria had a great idea. They
are the founders of the Homeless World Cup (HWC). The HWC is an international
football tournament for people who are homeless. The event is held every year and
began in 2003 in Austria. At first, people said things like “homeless people can’t
play football” or “they shouldn’t waste time and money organising football
matches, they should help the homeless find work”. But Young and Schmied saw
football as a way to change people’s lives and to help them feel good about
themselves and get out of poverty. Thirty-one of the original 141 players from the
2003 tournament had a job one year after the tournament.

The impact is getting stronger each year and today about 73% of players make a
positive change in their lives after taking part in the HWC. After playing in the HWC,
players come off drugs and alcohol. They move into jobs. They get training and

They get in contact with their families again and they get somewhere to live. Some
have even become professional or semi-professional football players or coaches.

So perhaps we should all think again about how to help the homeless instead of
thinking that we can’t do anything. We can make a difference. It seems that finding
a passion such as playing sport can help homeless people to find their way in life

Mel Young and Harald Schmied are from the same place.



Doesn't say

The founders of the HWC were homeless.



Doesn't say

There were fewer than 150 players in the first HWC.



Doesn't say 6/7
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All players in the HWC become professional football players.



Doesn't say

Players from the HWC have helped other homeless people.



Doesn't say 7/7