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2009-2010 ACADEMIC YEAR
ERASMUS PROGRAM ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEST FEBRUARY 16, 2010
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Write your name and mark your answers on the optic form. This booklet includes three sections (Grammar, Reading, and Listening) and sixty (60) questions. Each section has its own instruction. For each question, be sure to pick the best possible answers listed. When you have decided which one of the choices given is the best answer to a question, blacken the space on your optic form which has the same number and letter as your choice. Remember, there is only one best answer for each question. If you are not sure of the answer, make the best guess you can. If you want to change your answer, erase your first mark completely. Answer as many questions as possible. Do not spend too much time on only one question. Work fast but accurately. Total time allocated for this test except the listening section is 50 minutes. Good luck.
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she has got all the qualifications for the job. please? A) Could you B) Do you mind if I C) Why don’t you 2 D) Is it OK if I ERASMUS-FEB. A) for/an B) in/an C) for/-D) in/the 15. I was very nervous because it was the first time I _____________. (28x0. A) die B) death C) died 10. ____ hard all year.5=14 marks) 1. she couldn’t remember ____ him once at a cocktail party. A) made up B) called off C) turned down D) given up 13.02. A) so that B) although C) because D) while 8. A) up B) down C) off D) through/back 18. I knew it was exactly ____ I looked for. we ____ drive home in less than an hour. ____ put me through to the public relations department. A) where B) who C) when D) which 14. When I saw the vase in the shop window. I was chatting to my sister when suddenly I got cut _____ and the line went dead. on your optic form mark the alternative which best completes the dialogues or sentences. A) had ever sailed B) have ever been sailing C) have ever sailed 9. American economists are trying to understand how an average Turkish worker manages to _____ on the amount he earns. I have to finish this work by noon. I ____ for the accident. A) what B) who C) that D) where 12. ____ for work experience. A) if B) unless C) when 6. ____ how to write emails well can make a huge difference to the way people communicate with ____. The concert was ____ due to the unexpected illness of the performer. A) I work B) I’m working C) I’d worked D) to be seen D) I’ve worked D) are able to D) as D) have blamed 4.2010 . We planned our cycling route through Austria ____ some of our friends had recommended. At first. Don’t call me ____ it is urgent. 16. so I feel that I deserve a holiday. My sister saves her money ____ she will be able to go to the theatre festival in England next month. I’m learning English in order to apply ____ a place to study veterinary science at ____ Australian university. A) could B) were able to C) can 5. Since her ____ in 1962. Despite the heavy snowfall yesterday. A) Having known /each B) Knowing /each other C) Knowing / themselves D) Having known / themselves other 16. A) had blamed B) blamed C) was blamed 7. A) get B) might get C) got D) was sailing D) dead D) would get 11. Marilyn Monroe has remained a great image and legend.GRAMMAR SECTION A. A) get along B) get by C) get away D) get over 2. A) Besides B) In addition C) Apart D) Except 17. I took some sandwiches with me in case I ____ hungry during the journey. but it wasn’t my fault. A) to see B) see C) seeing 3. For questions 1-28.
it’s easy _____ in touch with my family ____ I’m away at university. I rather wanted to see the football match. I’ve been looking forward to watching it with someone anyway. D) She is a bad cook. all my money goes to pay for my son’s day care. Annie has been serving us for many weeks. ____ I leave home. A) has to B) should C) must D) had better 24.02. madam. A: Ugh! This coffee has a terrible taste. B) You know. B: It used to be but not anymore. A) to keep/during B) to keep/while C) keeping/while D) keeping/during 20. sir? 25. A) The earlier. B: In that case. The library isn’t easy to see from the bus. aren’t they? B) Your company should provide free day care. C) As far as remember. I want to make the coffee myself. B) Well. she makes good coffee for a few days. A: After I pay for rent and health insurance bills. but it doesn’t have any services like that. Thanks to the Internet. I will discharge her. A: I thought it was more than that. A) From now on. Judy ____ going for a walk. and then she forgets again. B: _____ A: I think so. but only 20 percent of the fee. _____ we had been driving for about an hour. It’s the third time she’s been skating this week.19. A) admitted B) offered C) promised D) The early. 16. 27. then change to the number 22. the easier C) The earliest. 3 ERASMUS-FEB. A) Do you give a discount for students? B) Can you cut the price more than 30 percent? C) Can you tell me the discount rate? D) Do you accept credit cards? 26. ____ the journey is because the buses aren’t so crowded. C) Wait a minute. the easy D) suggested 22. A: ______ B: Yes. but no one else wanted to. the easy B) The earlier. D) You had better get help from your parents. C) Governments state that everybody must have health insurance.2010 . Where do you want to go on South Avenue? A: I want to go to the Whittier Library. A) Then B) Afterwards C) As soon as D) After 23. there is one. ask the driver where to get off. I’ll show you who she is. She ____ really enjoy it. You know we are going to give a party at the weekend. A) Other bills are very expensive. please? D) Where is South Avenue. Why don’t you show Annie how to make coffee? B: I have. A: _____ B: Yes. we realised we were lost in the middle of nowhere. A) Is South Avenue easy to get by underground? B) Is South Avenue near or far? C) Could you tell me how to get to South Avenue. D) Don’t you want to see the last two parts of the serial? 28. A: Is there a quiz programme on TV this evening? B: ______ A: Do you mind if I drop in and watch it? B: No. Take the number 10 bus to Broad Street. A: _______ B: You had better not hurry. the easiest 21. A) Let me look in the weekly magazine for the schedule first.
which could evoke uncomfortable emotions. Nearly everyone living in a foreign culture for any purpose experiences culture shock as living abroad brings you face-to-face with a different culture and customs. especially when you first emigrate. people are very much the same all over the world. The challenge is to enjoy the game without missing too many plays while learning the rules and 29) _____ skills as you go along. visits may be few or far between. For questions 29-38. social networking sites and webcams. as these can serve as a great way of 37) _____ friends. 16. You will be able to observe all the local customs and traditions. Depending on your financial situation and the distance between you and your family and friends at home. they can create conflict in your routine and you may experience culture shock. These differences may seem interesting and attractive at first. e-mail. you are 36) _____ closer to being a native.2010 . Getting a feel for the locals is probably the most important aspect of settling in your new home. Many say it takes 33) _____ two years to fully assimilate into a new culture and lessen feelings of 34) _____. always try and accept social invitations. 29) 30) 31) 32) 33) 34) 35) 36) 37) 38) a) rising a) but a) The greater a) questioning a) onto a) loneliness a) Fortunately a) unlikely a) taking a) who b) developing b) so b) The fewest b) question b) down to b) lonely b) Unfortunately b) less b) doing b) where c) doing c) because c) The greatest c) to question c) into c) alone c) Therefore c) definitely c) getting c) which d) being d) and d) The fewer d) questioned d) up to d) loner d) Furthermore d) no d) making d) how 4 ERASMUS-FEB.02. 31) _____ problems among those causing culture shock are often the less noticeable aspects of a culture. (10x0. technology can help you contact your loved ones in the form of phone calls. on your optic form mark the alternative that best completes the gap. This will also help you realise that no matter 38) _____ you move.5=5 marks) FAR AWAY FROM HOME Living in a foreign culture is like playing a game you have never played before and for which the rules haven’t been explained very well. Once you mix with the locals and understand their customs and ways of life.B. Homesickness is a common complaint among new expatriates. 30) _____ as you realize they are part of living. Some of the differences may make you 32) _____ your value system. 35) _____. It’s also a brilliant way of getting a better appreciation for how things work in your new home. Therefore.
The recipes are dictated by what vegetables are available. “I can now cook and grow things. Science is taught through nutrition and cooking technique. A good part of the food grown here is used in the school’s daily meals.02.READING SECTION TEXT I Read the following text and for questions 39-42 mark the best alternative (A. Later. The kitchen garden is called the Edible Schoolyard and students at this public school are preparing a vegetable bed as part of a lesson. Teo Hernandez. I have changed my attitude to food. the teachers are nice.and it shows them that we care about them. 41. director of the School Lunch Initiative. _____ And Waters hopes that they will set an example for other parts of the country as well. Alice Waters. but I know I can. 16.chef and restaurant owner. _____ “When kids become unhealthy due to bad habit. the students are asked to choose one part of the garden as their personal spot for the entire year. they become isolated. 13. cheap. __E__ Each student receives between 18 and 40 hours tuition a year in the Schoolyard. C) One lesson. what they eat at school has changed. explains how it all works. 40. they are not a break from normal school work as academic projects are always attached.and there’s no homework. But has Alice Waters succeeded? Is the Edible Schoolyard model the way forward? 42. and in 1996. Just seeing a child saying to another. I like some herbs and lettuce and I use less salt. therefore.” she says.” he says. the soil. However. “We have such a huge problem of eating habits in the United States that teaching about food cannot be left to parents. “I don’t know yet if I will continue doing so in the future. ends with the children cooking roasted vegetables with herbs and garlic. The food cooked here includes a range of dishes from pasta to stuffed vine leaves and delicious Italian omelettes filled with herbs and vegetables. Everyone is eating. These are prepared using fresh organic ingredients when possible. 0. smelling. “So many children generally are eating fast. They record their observations of insect life. “This is mainly a teaching garden. says he has changed the way he eats. but also link into classroom academic subjects.000 students in Berkeley’s public schools with good food while also placing food at the heart of the curriculum. “We couldn’t possibly produce enough food in this small space to feed all 300 children. ‘Would you like some?’. geography through the effects of the seasons and eating habits around the world. also supply food as part of the regular lunches at the school. Typical classes in the Edible Schoolyard involve plenty of gardening activity.” Teo has been in the US for only three years.” she says. and cooking the vegetables and fruit in this garden makes them care about what they eat.” Nearby farms. and easy food that something has to be done.” Marsha Guerrero. they will cook what they pick as part of their school lunch.is sitting in the kitchen garden of the Martin Luther King School in Berkeley. Waters has been fighting to improve children’s diets for a decade. with a big vegetable salad. It’s been fun. In one lesson. A) Judging by the happiness in this garden among these ordinary children. D) These two projects aim to provide all 10. “But eating such good food and picking. E) Lessons like this one take place in the garden and kitchen and they form part of the curriculum. C or D) on your optic form. and as a result.2010 . B.that’s the essential thing. the answer would have to be ‘Yes’. _____ Classes in the kitchen involve cooking lunch. LEARNING ABOUT FOOD A school in California finds a new way to teach students about healthy eating. but his teachers say he has learnt to speak perfect English in such a short time because he is so happy at school. 39. They then observe and record in a journal what happens in this spot as time progresses. she started a campaign to raise funds for the Edible Schoolyard and the School Lunch Initiative. and the changes to the plants. California. on European diets in the Middle Ages. (4x2=8 marks) The first one has been done for you (0).” says Waters.” 5 ERASMUS-FEB. _____ Today’s midday meal consists of home-made pesto and tomato sandwiches. B) Keeping notes in this way is viewed as an essential part of experimental learning.
and nuclear power stations will slow to the levels provided only by rainfall. In the long run. With the reducing glaciers. stream flows will slow. Likewise. The loss of ice will increase sea levels worldwide. those platforms look out onto dry beds of rock and dirt. and fishing. These melting glaciers. Temperature change and a lack of snow are causing the retreat of the glaciers. in the last 50 years. Several glaciers in the Alps have already disappeared in as few as 40 years. Most scientists share the opinion that global warming may be a normal trend of the Earth’s temperature charts. 6 ERASMUS-FEB. snowfall has decreased. In the United States. In the Himalayan Mountains. Some farmers even think of leaving their land. some rivers may run dry in the summer: the Rhine. While temperatures have increased. For some. Fifty years ago. the results of decreasing glaciers may appear beneficial. The warming of our globe is often blamed on human activity. the melting of Earth’s glaciers could be catastrophic. But remember. in fact. temperatures have risen an average of 1-1. the glaciers of the Ruwenzori are melting so rapidly that they will soon disappear. the world’s longest river. Soon. The fact that the number of glaciers is decreasing is a great threat for communities that depend on ice melt. for example.2010 . For example. the Rhone. In the short term. Some other scientists argue that we are near the end of a so-called ‘Little Ice Age. Unless there are some changes in the current rate of global warming which is caused by greenhouse gases.’ and the reduction in the amount of the glaciers is a natural result of this cycle.02. the tree line is moving up to the mountains. For example. 16. Now. farming. (7x2=14 marks) MELTING GLACIERS High above the African plains of Uganda and Congo. Their melting waters feed the Nile. Glaciers are no longer getting built up during the snowy winter months. Form these spots. Today’s extra hydroelectric power has been stolen from the future. In the Patagonian ice fields of Argentina. Today. the Ruwenzori Mountains have a handful of glaciers. Researchers there have found a small rise in temperatures. transportation. Alpine glaciers in Switzerland have lost about half of their total amount. Whether natural or produced by humans. scientists have not definitely tied human activity to the current temperature rise. especially in industrialized nations. camera-happy travellers had a chance to take photographs of the beauty of these ice giants. drinking. such as the burning of fossil fuels. In the Alps. for hundreds of thousands of years. however. Here. Communities with more than enough power now may have none after the glaciers melt completely and stop filling reservoirs. possibly causing increased temperatures. Within the next twenty or thirty years. most glaciers in Africa and South America will disappear completely.TEXT II Read the following text and for questions 43-49 mark the best alternative (A. Even one half of a degree is enough to reduce glaciers dramatically over time. Likewise. transportation. water for irrigation. these glaciers are just the first losses in a pattern that will finally influence the whole Earth. give us some opinion about the future of the other glaciers on earth. if the glaciers feeding the great rivers of Europe evaporate completely.5 degrees Celsius since 1850. people have depended on the river for basic necessities: water. C or D) on your optic form. temperatures have changed in the Tien Shan Mountains in southern Kazakhstan. but unfortunately they do not have a better alternative. there is little hope for the immediate future of glaciers as we know them. B. However. During the same period.5 degrees Celsius. extra water from glaciers means that hydroelectric dams will run at maximum power. so they are no longer able to maintain their size over the long run. our planet is getting warmer. some glaciers have gone back one and one-half kilometre in the last 13 years. and the Po. and food sources for fish and grizzly bears will disappear. According to many scientists. tourists at Glacier National Park in Montana are already observing the superficial impacts of the glaciers’ disappearance. 0. viewing platforms were placed carefully throughout the park. the glaciers of the Earth will completely disappear. glaciers are melting so fast that the rainfall which is not absorbed by the soil has flooded the surrounding areas which are used by the farmers. the glaciers of Africa and Central Asia may not seem much related to daily life. Automobile emissions and industrial waste are increasing the quantity of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere.
B) Water for irrigation may not be sufficient. D) Rainfall will decrease in some areas. Which of the following is a direct result of the melting glaciers in the Himalayan Mountains? A) Floodwaters have frozen and turned into glacier ice. C) Some agricultural areas have been flooded. Which of the following is NOT true about the melting of the glaciers completely? A) Transportation may change. A) the amount of glaciers decreases significantly B) our planet gets extremely hot C) there is more snowfall D) Alpine glaciers are affected the most 46. The majority of the scientists agree that _________________________.43. C) Sea levels will increase worldwide. B) Some residents have left their land because of advancing glaciers. 45. 16. 44. Which of the following is closest in meaning to “run dry” in paragraph 6? A) melt B) become icy C) stop flowing D) become gaseous 48.02.2010 . When there are rises of 0. What do tourists see now from some glacier-viewing centers? A) Rocks and dirt B) Slowing streams C) Greenhouse gases D) Grizzly bears 49. _________________________.5 or 1. What does “Their” in paragraph 1 refer to? A) African Plains B) Ruwenzori Mountains C) people D) a handful of glaciers 7 ERASMUS-FEB. D) Farmers now have sufficient water for their fields. A) human activities are warming the globe B) temperature increases are part of the normal pattern C) we are in a “Little Ice Age” D) glaciers are disappearing because of burning fossil fuels 47.5 degrees Celsius in temperatures.
How did Jonathan start earning money? A) He himself got a job. 52.2010 .02. C) His father gave him a small amount of money to start a business. (5x2=10 marks) 50. What does Jonathan Hynde want to give his children? A) almost nothing B) enough money to help them on their way C) some money but only when they ask for it 51. What does he say about kids who inherit a lot of money? A) They spend it very quickly. B) He worked for his father. A) happy for her and not worried at all B) worried and annoyed C) worried but happy for her 8 ERASMUS-FEB. How does Sarah feel about spending the money on herself? A) a little guilty but happy B) excited and not guilty at all C) mostly guilty and worried 54. According to Sarah. 16. C) They lose their ambition. B) They are never thankful to their parents. Listen and for questions 50-54 on your optic form mark the alternative A. or C that best completes the statements or answers the questions.LISTENING SECTION PART A You will hear a radio presenter interviewing some people about the reasons why they do not want to give their grown-up children a lot of their money TWICE. her son feels ____________________. 53. B.
Where are they? A) at the theatre B) in a university C) in a restaurant 59. What has the most impact? A) how you speak B) how you look C) what you say 57. You overhear a woman talking to a shop assistant. You hear this answer-phone message. (6x1.2010 9 . What does the man think is the most important factor in a successful marriage? A) similar personalities B) the same friends C) similar interests 58. You hear a man and a woman talking about successful marriages. You hear an expert on a television program giving advice about meeting people for the first time.PART B You will hear people talking in six different situations TWICE.02. What is she doing? A) complaining about the delivery time of her order B) complaining about a faulty washing machine C) organizing something to be delivered ERASMUS-FEB.5=9 marks) 55. 16. You overhear two friends talking. Listen and for questions 55-60. B or C) on your optic form. mark the best alternative (A. What does she like most about the experience? A) attending language classes B) doing other activities after class C) meeting other language students 56. You hear an interview with a student at a language school in Japan. What is the woman’s purpose for leaving the message? A) to let people know where she will be B) to let people know which project she will be working on C) to let people know who to contact while she is away 60.
I myself found a job and have worked my way up. there are other people who are also choosing not to give their money to their grown-up children. or C that best completes the statements or answers the questions. Mexico. mostly. Oh. We should be able to live life for the full and enjoy ourselves as much as possible. yes. I think he does. If young people do not need to have ambition and work hard. Finland. there are a growing number of ordinary people who are making the decision not to give their children any inheritance for a very different reason. (Presenter: Ohhh!). That’s right. First. absolutely. What kind of things have you been doing? Well. but for a different reason. with money in your bank account. Listen and for questions 50-54 on your optic form mark the alternative A. Now. though? Well. So. Sounds like a good idea to me. Like you. I’m thankful for that because I think I have a better understanding of the value of things. I think you don’t just want to sit around home any more. that’s great. they have been very understanding about it all. but still he feels happy for us. but basically we realize that if we didn’t do it. I think it will make them better people in the long run. we just spend a lot of time traveling and going to places that I have only dreamed about until now. Sarah Hewitt is also in the studio with us today. although I think there is also a part of him which is worried. he would have just laughed in my face and told me to go and get a job. She is 63 and very much part of the SKI generation. If I had asked my father for money. thank you. Thank you. Welcome Sarah. B. and inheritance. Did you have much help financially from your parents? Well.LISTENING SECTION Part A You will hear a radio presenter interviewing some people about the reasons why they do not want to give their grown-up children a lot of their money TWICE. (5x2=10 marks) Presenter Hello and welcome to ‘Cash In Hand’. as I said. So.). you feel that there is a real need for young people to earn their own money. Many people today believe that they will destroy their kid’s chances of a happy life if they give them too much. it would be too late. you are a successful. your grown-up children. I came from a very ordinary background. self-made businessman who is choosing not to give his children hard-earned cash. These days. You just have to look at these rich kids who inherited a lot of money and they seem to have no direction. More and more older people are ‘SKI-ing’ and that has nothing to do with snow and mountains. And I feel very strongly about that. Hello. Welcome Jonathan. I don’t want my children to be like that. I’d like to pass that understanding onto my children. In the last year. let me say first. no purpose in life. Hmmm. I don’t think it is right that our children should be handed money on a plate through an inheritance. S-K-I or ‘SKI’. but my feeling is that I should give them enough so that they can feel that they could do anything. but not so much that they could do nothing. there was some kind of expectation that we would provide for him in some way. let’s talk to successful businessman and father Jonathan Hynde who is here in the studio today about his attitude to spending. Our next big trip will be to Australia and New Zealand which I have really been looking forward to. This type of skiing stands for ‘Spending the Kid’s Inheritance’. But what do your children think of all this spending? Basically. much of today’s older generation is fit and active. I think it is important that my children learn how to work and earn money for themselves. need it. I will certainly give them some help financially (Presenter: Hmm. 16. We do feel a bit guilty about it. and did a cruise in the Mediterranean. yes. Nice to hear that. Tell us why? Well. He didn’t give me even a small amount of money. In the back of his mind perhaps. My husband and I have made a decision that we have worked for many years to bring up our children. waiting until your children. Well. It was great pleasure to talk to you Sarah.’ Do you think he really thinks this way.2010 Jonathan Presenter Jonathan Presenter Jonathan Presenter Jonathan Presenter Sarah Presenter Sarah Presenter Sarah Presenter Sarah Presenter Sarah Presenter . Thanks for joining us today. Our son is 28 and says ‘Good for you! It’s your money. no! That’s the point really. investing. we have been to Morocco. they will lose their way. 10 ERASMUS-FEB.02. thank you very much for that Jonathan. You should enjoy it.
even if we don’t like all of each other’s friends. You hear an expert on a television program giving advice about meeting people for the first time. Richard Bazey. There are clubs you can join if you are interested and they really are the best part. our intonation. really. is more sensitive and cautious. back in the office on Friday. You overhear a woman talking to a shop assistant. However. Man Fantastic! Maggie Yes. Only seven per cent of first impressions are based on the actual words we hear. if you speak a bit of the language. You see. what are you doing here in Japan? Maggie I’m learning Japanese at a language school. You hear this answer-phone message. What can we do to make sure the meeting goes really well? Dr. 60. won’t it? No. What is the woman’s purpose for leaving the message? Woman I’m afraid I’m not available to take your call right now. A bit of give and take and consideration for each other. at least we put up with them and don’t show it. Are you telling me I’ll have to wait in all day just to take delivery of a washing machine?!? 11 ERASMUS-FEB. (Tone!) 62.57. Doctor Bazey. It is great to have handed it in. What does she like most about the experience? Man So. please speak to Maria Davidson on extension 790. I go to classes for just two hours a day. and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. We don’t take each other for granted. That doesn’t mean that we are the same in character. we can’t guarantee it will be before 3 pm.you know. It has had excellent reviews. Oh! What’s the time? We don’t want to miss the beginning of the play. after that. they don’t listen to what we are saying so much as we are saying it. they also organize lots of other things for you to take part in after you have finished your language lesson. I’m also doing a karate course taught in Japanese. we have Dr. and I’m sure they will call us when it is time to take our seats. the tone of our voice. So. I mean I’m rather outgoing and dominating and I tend to go to extremes. which is great fun. Man That sounds a good idea. March the 16th and then away again for the following week. Then. we all know just how important it is to make a good impression on someone we are meeting for the first time. You hear an interview with a student at a language school in Japan. For example. and we have lots of things in common. and great to be here. Otherwise. What has the most impact? Woman In the studio tonight. It’s good to go out and relax. when can you guarantee it will be delivered by? Sometime between 9 am and 5 pm on the specified day. isn’t it? I think we both deserve a relaxation after working on that term project all week. Maggie It is. Rob. People generally think that it is words that count and they may spend quite a lot of time thinking about how they are going to start the conversation. that’s ridiculous. Bazey Well. What does the man think is the most important factor in a successful marriage? So. and then I’m free to practice it during the rest of the day. please leave a message for me following the tone. people have already decided what they think of us just from our appearance alone. Do you think we should go in? Woman I think we have got a few minutes. You hear a man and a woman talking about successful marriages. There’s time to finish our drinks. or speak to my secretary Andrew Harvey. As I said. Where are they? Mandy Rob Man Woman Cheers! Cheers! And well-done for both of us. March the 15th. a psychologist. dressing carefully is probably time well spent! 59. What is she doing? So. congratulations! Still happily married after 25 years! What is the secret? No secret. this is interesting. The fact is that before we have even opened our mouths. 61. I’m learning something completely different in the language which I’m studying and I’m getting to know lots of Japanese people. I’m really looking forward to seeing this play. Man Yes.I’d say that’s vital. I mean.02. So. I’m afraid. You overhear two friends talking. 58. Thank you. madam. But that probably helps because I think we complement each other quite well. while my wife. 16.2010 Woman Man Woman Man Woman . that’s not the case at all. it is much easier to make friends. I’m out of the office until Thursday. it will definitely arrive on Friday before 3 pm.things we like doing together. Liz. which is good because I learn Japanese from Japanese teachers. For any questions about the Jenkins project. 9 am and 5 pm! But.
A 15. C 24. A 49. D 45. D 34.2010 . B 51.02. D 22. B 5. A 35. B 13. B 20. C 48. A 46. A 59. C 32. ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEST (FEBRUARY 16) ANSWER KEY GRAMMAR SECTION (Part-A & B) (38x0. C PART B (6x1. C 7. D 17. C 3. A 53. B 27. A 19.Ç. A 36. C 25. B 41. A 8. D 14. A 26. A 9. AKSİ TAKDİRDE SINAVINIZ DEĞERLENDİRİLMEYECEKTİR. B 57. 16. B 56.U. 12 ERASMUS-FEB. C 28. D LISTENING SECTION (19 marks) PART A (5x2=10 marks) 50. A TEXT II 43. B READING SECTION (11x2=22 marks) TEXT I 39. C 58. C 60. B 6. A 12. B 30. C 42.C 11. A 54. A 31. D 40. C 18. B 21. B 47.5=19 marks) 1. D 4. D 23. C 44. B 16. C 52. C 37. D 38. A DİKKAT! BU BÖLÜMDE KURŞUN KALEM KULLANMAYINIZ. B 33. YADYO 2009-2010 ERASMUS PROG. D 29. B 10.5=9 marks) 55. A 2.
Vocabulary TOTAL (10) (10) (10) (10) (40) 13 ERASMUS-FEB.U.’ What’s your opinion? Write the number of your choice in the box. 16.Ç. Give reasons and examples to support your ideas.’ What’s your opinion? 2. Grammar Cont.2010 . ‘Student exchange programs contribute to a better understanding and communication between countries. YADYO 2009-2010 (FEB 16) ERASMUS PROGRAM WRITING SECTION 40 marks 40 min.02. ‘Keeping up with the latest developments in technology helps people a lot in many ways. 1.&Org.&Style Coh. Name-Surname: Student Number: Class: Final mark Choose one of the following topics and write an essay in about 180-200 words.