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Reading 20 points
1 Read the text. Then complete the sentences below. (10 points)

The first World Exhibition was in Hyde Park, London in 1851. Six million
visitors took a trip to see new wonders of science and technology and they
werent disappointed. By 1889, the World Exposition in Paris was crowded with
about 32 million visitors and there were many exciting things for them to see
and do.
French architect Ferdinand Dutert and engineer Victor Contamin designed and
built a Gallery of Machines for the Exposition. It had 16,000 machines with
all the modern technology. There was a reproduction of a crowded, noisy street
from Cairo, Egypt and there were musicians and dancers from Java, Vietnam,
Africa, the Middle East, the USA and more. The food wasnt like the fast food
of today. There werent any hot dogs, chips or fizzy drinks. People ate tasty,
authentic meals from around the world.
But, of course, the favourite attraction was the 300-metre-tall Eiffel Tower. It
stood at the entrance to the Exposition and people walked under it to go in.
Gustave Eiffel designed the tower for the Exposition and it was taller than any
other structure in the world for the next 40 years. At night, the Eiffel Tower had
red, white and blue lights. Electric lights were new in 1889 and people were
amazed to see them.
World Expositions or Expos are popular today, too. In 2012, there was a
World Expo in South Korea with eight million visitors. Where is the next World
Expo going to be? Are you going to go?

1. People went to the World Exposition in London to see .


2. The Gallery of Machines in Paris had .
3. People walked under to go into the Exposition.
4. There were to eat at the Exposition.
5. In 1889, the on the Eiffel Tower were amazing because they
were new.

2 Answer the questions. (10 points)


1. How many people went to the first World Exposition?
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2. Who created the Gallery of Machines?
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3. Why does the text mention Cairo, Egypt?
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4. Why does the text mention 40 years?
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5. Modern World Expositions are popular. What example does the text give to show this?
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Vocabulary 20 points
1 Circle the word or phrase that doesnt belong. (6 points)
1. Amy is tall hard-working curly cute.
2. A fox has got arms feet eyes ears.
3. Going to the beach? Dont forget your sandals surfboard swimsuit sink.
4. Im hungry. Lets eat out hang out order pizza have breakfast.
5. Were going to buy a cave a lamp golf clubs underwear at the shopping centre.
6. A worm is long thin round noisy.

2 Complete the sentences with suitable words and phrases. There can be more than one
correct answer. (9 points)
1. I often with my mobile phone.
2. An architect new buildings.
3. There are delicious chocolates at this .
4. How far can a kangaroo ?
5. A flies a plane.
6. Ive got a blanket and two on my bed.
7. We live in a small on a river.
8. That hopes to become president in the future.
9. Mum in her bathroom and goes to bed at 11.00.

3 Write the word according to the definition. (5 points)


1. Its the fifth day of the week.
2. We make chips from these.
3. You kick a football into this.
4. Its the opposite of strong.
5. This bird can learn to talk.

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Grammar 30 points
1 Choose the correct answer. (10 points)
1. This isnt my sweater. Is it ?
a. their b. mine c. yours d. she
2. A spider eight legs.
a. is b. didnt get c. wasnt d. has got
3. some butter for the potatoes in the fridge.
a. There is b. There isnt c. There are d. There arent
4. Anthony often his homework at night.
a. is going to do b. does c. isnt doing d. dont do
5. A chicken is a bird, but it fly well.
a. can b. must c. cant d. mustnt
6. I never go surfing with my sister. She sport.
a. enjoys b. doesnt enjoy c. isnt enjoying d. enjoy
7. Jamie his new job tomorrow.
a. started b. dont start c. isnt starting d. start
8. You take water when you hike in the desert.
a. must b. cant c. can d. mustnt
9. is the police station?
a. Why b. Who c. Where d. When
10. There arent olives for the pizza.
a. some b. an c. the d. any

2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the adjectives in brackets. Use an adverb of
manner, a comparative adjective or (not) as as. (5 points)
1. Horses are (big) foxes.
2. My mum cooks (good).
3. Rabbits are (intelligent) gorillas.
4. She swam (lazy) in the lake.
5. An amusement park is (exciting) a library.

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3 Complete the text with the correct form of to be, have got, there was or the
correct form of the verbs in brackets. (15 points)
Niall Horan 1. from Ireland. He 2.
beautiful blue eyes and blond hair, and he 3. (look) like a
film star. When 4. 16 years old, he competed in the popular
television program The X Factor. The producers of the programme 5.
(put) Niall in a band. 6. four other boys
in the band Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik.
They 7. (call) the group One Direction. The five teenagers
sang together on The X Factor, but they 8. (not win). But,
people loved their music and they 9. very popular so One
Direction 10. (stay) together.

Today, One Direction 11. three albums and over 10 million


followers on Twitter. Niall still 12. (play) the guitar and all
the boys 13. (sing). Soon, they 14. (start) a
new world tour. They 15. (want) to give 200,000 from their
tour to Stand Up To Cancer.

Writing 10 points
Use the information in the fact file to write a biography of Michael Jordan.
Personal Information:
Name: Michael Jordan
Date of Birth: 17 February 1963
Place of Birth: Brooklyn, New York
Education: University of North Carolina
Job: professional basketball player
Achievements:

left college and joined the NBA

competed in the Olympics in 1984 and 1992 in

the US basketball team and won gold medals

became an NBA superstar

was the Most Valuable Player in the NBA five

times