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# INSTITUTO CAMBRIDGE de Cultura Inglesa – Noviembre-Diciembre 2017

NAME:
1st Year
MOD
1 TIME: 2 hours

## A B FINAL MARK SET

PART A

WRITE THE CATEGORY NUMBER IN THE BOXES. There are two extra words. 10 x 0.1 = 1 mark

## wallet well exciting

good umbrella waiter
fast nurse slowly
engineer

MATCH A LINE FROM “A” WITH A LINE FROM “B”. Write the corresponding
4 x 0.25 = 1 mark
number from B in the box. There is one extra phrase in column B.

A B B
a Jack was born in France 1 this tablet, please?
b There aren’t 2 these shoes?
c How much is 3 but he can’t speak Chinese.
d Robert can speak English 4 and he studied there, too.
5 any apples in the kitchen.

## COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH THE CORRECT EXPRESSIONS. There is

4 x 0.25 = 1 mark
one extra expression in each box.

In Oxford
Barry: Hello, I’m Barry.  Nice to meet you.
Jackie: Hi. I’m Jackie. 1) __________________________, Barry.  Are you here on business?
Barry: You too. 2) ___________________________  How are you?
Jackie: No, I’m here on holiday.

## A conversation between 2 friends.

Mike: Hi, Jonathan. 3) _____________________________  What time?
Jonathan: Yes. Where?  Do you want to meet for lunch?
Mike: At Gino’s Restaurant.  Do you like Italian food?
Jonathan: 4) __________________________
Mike: At 1 p.m.
Jonathan: Great!

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CIRCLE THE CORRECT OPTION a, b or c. TO COMPLETE THE BLANKS. 4 x 0.25 = 1 mark

## 1- A: Atishoo! B: _____ a) That’s OK b) You’re welcome c) Bless you!

2- I like old movies. Do you like _____? a) it b) me c) them
3- She is happy _____ she loves her job. a) why b) but c) because
4- London is _____ England. a) from b) in c) at

## COMPLETE THE TEXT ABOUT JULIE WITH THE CORRECT TENSE OF

10 x 0.2 =2 marks
THE VERBS IN BRACKETS. Use the Simple Present or the Simple Past

I really admire my sister, Julie. She 1) (work) _______________ at the Playtime Toy Department Store. She 2) (like)
________________ it there because she 3) (meet) ________________ lots of people, especially children, every day.
Her favourite part is when she 4) (show) _________________ kids the toys. The department store 5) (always open)
___________________ at 10 a.m., and it 6) (not close) __________________ before 6 p.m.
Yesterday Julie 7) (work) _________________ at a Toy Exhibition. Many children 8) (visit) _______________ it. She
9) (play) __________________ with them. When she arrived home at night, she 10) (be) __________________
exhausted but very happy! She loves her job!

## COMPLETE THE QUESTIONS IN THIS CONVERSATION Use the Simple

5 x 0.4 = 2 marks
Present or the Simple Past

Susan: What 1) ________________________________, Peter? (you/do)
Peter: I’m a doctor.
Susan: And where 2) ______________________________? (you/work)
Susan: Oh! Really? When 3) ___________________________ there? (you/start)
Peter: Two years ago.
Susan: 4) __________________________________ it? (you/like)
Peter: Yes. It’s great job.
Susan: I can imagine. 5)_______________________________ friendly? (your colleagues/be)
Peter: Yes. They’re great!

READING. Read this text and circle T for true or F for false 5 x 0.4 = 2 marks

You’re in a café when a friend comes in with someone you don’t know. The person sits down next to you, and you start
talking.
These first moments are very important. We see a lot of things when we meet new people - their face and hair, their
clothes and how they walk. And when we start talking, we notice eye contact, facial expressions, body language and
how they speak. From these first impressions, we imagine the person’s personality.
The surprising thing is that we make our decision very quickly. In about 40 milliseconds we interpret the expression on
a person’s face. Some psychologists think that we decide in just two seconds.
But be careful! Our first impressions aren’t always right, and a negative opinion is difficult to change later. For that
reason, it’s important not to form an opinion about a person before you know them really well.

## 1. The text is about making a good impression. T F

2. We decide what kind of personality a person has in the first minutes we see them. T F
3. Our first impressions are sometimes incorrect. T F
4. It’s difficult to get a negative opinion of someone. T F
5. You only need first impressions to know a person. T F

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PART B

WRITING 10 marks

You moved to London to study English. Use 50 to 80 words to write an INFORMAL E-MAIL to a friend

## Paragraph 1 City Live/ London

Flat big/city centre
Friends Lucio/Italian student and Maria/Spanish student
Paragraph 2 Girlfriend/ boyfriend English speak/Italian be/funny
Paragraph 3 On weekdays Go/English school study/English morning/afternoon
Free time Go out/friends listen to/pop music do/sports

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CATEGORY: 1-wallet, umbrella 2-fast, well, slowly 3-engineer, nurse, waiter EW: exciting, good
MATCH: a-4 b-5 c-1 d-3
DIALOGUES: 1- Nice to meet you 2-Are you here on business? 3- Do you want to meet for lunch? 4- What time?
CIRCLE: 1-c 2-c 3-c 4-b
TENSES: 1-works 2-likes 3-meets 4-shows 5-always opens 6-doesn’t close 7-worked 8-visited 9-played 10-was
QUESTIONS: 1- do you do 2-do you work 3-did you start 4-do you like 5- are your colleagues
READING : 1-F 2-F 3- T 4-F 5-F

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