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Royal University of Phnom Penh Beginner Level

English Language Program Year 1, Semester 1, 2016-17

QUIZ 2
(Time allowed: 80 minutes)
Name: __________________________________________Date: __________________________________Scores: _____________________/68

I. LISTENING (16 marks)

A. Listen to the conversation then choose the correct answer.


1. What is the man's job?
a. He's an artist. b. He's a chef. c. He's an architect.
2. What is the man's wife's job?
a. She's a doctor. b. She's a banker. c. She's an engineer.
3. What is the woman's job?
a. She's a teacher. b. She's a chef. c. She's an artist.
4. What is the woman's husband's job?
a. He's an architect. b. He's a taxi driver. c. He's an engineer.

B. Listen to the conversation then fill in each blank with the correct word.
5. Miho is from ____________________ (China / Japan).
6. Miho's country is ____________________ (wet / dry).
7. Carlo is from ____________________ (Argentina / Chile).
8. Carlo's country is ____________________ (big / small).

II. VOCABULARY (18 marks)


A. Read the conversation. Then choose the correct answer to complete the statement.
1. A: Where are you from, Mr. Lee?
B: ____ from Seoul.
a. It's b. Isn't c. I'm
2. A: This is Kathy. She's ____ banker.
B: Nice to meet you, Kathy.
a. a b. not c. an
3. A: How's your daughter?
B: ____ fine.
a. Is b. She c. She's
4. A: Are you a chef?
B: Yes, I am. ____ an interesting job.
a. I'm b. It's c. Isn't
5. A: Tell me about England.
B: It's a wet ____.
a. country b. capital c. city
6. A: Where are you ____, Martina?
B: I'm from Germany.
a. come b. from c. when
7. A: Tell me about Mexico.
B: It's in North America. It's ____ big country.
a. this b. an c. a

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English Language Program Year 1, Semester 1, 2016-17

8. A: Tell me about Santiago.


B: It's in Chile. It's the ____ city.
a. country b. capital c. hot

B. Match the vocabulary words to the sentences below.


a. teacher b. artists c. engineer d. chef e. taxi driver
f. country g. architect h. banker i. job j. doctor
9. You don't feel well? Go and see a/n ____.
10. Paul is in a car for many hours every day. He is a/n ____.
11. My father is happy. He likes his ____ as a taxi driver.
12. Leonardo da Vinci and Katsushika Hokusai are the names of two famous ____.
13. A/n ____ can help you with your money.
14. Do you like good food? A/n ____ can make delicious food.
15. Irena is from Russia. It's a big ____.
16. This is a famous building. A/n ____ designed the building.
17. Do you need a new road? Or a new electrical system? Call a/n ____!
18. This is my English class. And this is my ____, Mr. Barkley.

III. GRAMMAR (14 marks)


A. Fill in each blank with the correct form of the verb to be (affirmative or negative). Use information
from the chart. Do not use contractions.

Margo: doctor Mike: banker Soo-Jung: architect


Ryan: artist Larry: architect Amelia: chef
Leslie: engineer Hany: teacher John: taxi driver
Tomoko: doctor Carol: taxi driver Valerie: artist

1. Mike ____________________ a banker.


2. John ____________________ a taxi driver.
3. Larry ____________________ an engineer.
4. Soo-Jung and Larry ____________________ architects.
5. Amelia ____________________ a chef.
6. Leslie ____________________ an artist.
7. John and Carl ____________________ bankers.
8. Margo ____________________ a chef.

B. Fill in each blank with any correct contraction of the words in parentheses.
9. ____________________ (He is not) a doctor.
10. ____________________ (You are not) a banker.
11. ____________________ (They are) engineers.
12. ____________________ (We are) doctors.
13. ____________________ (She is not) a taxi driver.
14. ____________________ (I am) a teacher.

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English Language Program Year 1, Semester 1, 2016-17

IV. READING (20 marks)


A. Read the article. Then choose the correct answer.

Interesting Jobs

The Joubert's are from Windhoek, Namibia. Namibia is a big country in West Africa. The Joubert's are an
interesting family; they all have different and exciting jobs. What do they do? Well, Mr. and Mrs. Joubert are
artists. They have two children: Paulus and Justine. Paulus is an English teacher. He has sixty-five students.
Justine is a farmer. She grows millet. The weather in Namibia is hot and dry and good for growing millet.

Oswaldo lives on a beach in Iceland. He and his wife, Cecilia, are puffin patrollers. Puffins are birds. Oswaldo
and Cecelia rescue lost pufflings from parking lots and buildings when the baby birds get lost in town. Their
job is interesting and fun.

The Brodie's live in the South Australia. They are farmers there. They grow grapes and make wine. The
weather in South Australia is good for grapes. Their wine goes all over the world: to North and South America,
Europe, Africa, and Asia.

1. The weather in Namibia is


a. cold and wet b. hot and dry c. wet and hot
2. How many students does Paulus have?
a. sixty-five b. seventy-five c. twenty-three
3. Where does the Brodie's wine go?
a. China and South Africa b. Argentina and Chile c. All over the world
4. What does Cecilia do?
a. She's a teacher. b. She's a puffin patroller. c. She's a chef.
5. Who isn't a farmer?
a. Justine and her husband b. The Brodies c. Oswaldo

B. Read the article. Then choose True, False, or No Information (if the answer is not in the
reading).
6. Oswaldo grows millet on his farm.
a. True b. False c. No Information
7. English is very important in Namibia.
a. True b. False c. No Information
8. All of the Jouberts are artists.
a. True b. False c. No Information
9. Oswaldo works in a small town in the north of Mexico.
a. True b. False c. No Information
10. The Brodies grow grapes and make wine.
a. True b. False c. No Information

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English Language Program Year 1, Semester 1, 2016-17

Write all your answers here:


I. Listening (2 marks each)

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II. Vocabulary (1 mark for each)

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III. Grammar (1 mark for each)

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IV. Reading (2 marks for each)

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