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FACULTY OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND EDUCATION

ENGLISH ADVANCE

ENGLISH TEST
FULLNAME: _______________________________________________________

CYCLE: ____________________________________ DATE: __________________


SCORE

I. LISTENING:
A. Complete the sentences according to the talk. Use no more than two words for each answer.

1. In the music industry, qualifications are much less important than _______________.
2. When you are starting off in the business, the most important thing is to _______________.
3. If you are lucky, you might get work as a paid _______________.
4. You can impress people in the company if you have a _______________.
5. An easy way to network could be to find someone you admire and _______________.
6. Make sure that everything you post on social media reflects the _______________ you want
to project.
7. One of the exciting things about the music industry is that things are changing
_______________.
8. When you meet a celebrity you should treat him or her as a client and try not to be
_______________.

B. Write a number (1-6) to put these topics in the order that we hear them in the talk.

Lic. Linda C. Asmat S.


FACULTY OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND EDUCATION

ENGLISH ADVANCE
II. VOCABULARY
I. Match
a. Someone who has visual / spatial intelligence... (___) has a head for figures
b. Someone who has mathematical intelligence… (___) has an ear for music
c. Someone who has linguistic intelligence… (___) has an eye for detail
d. Someone who has musical intelligence… (___) has a knack for languages
e. Someone who has physical intelligence… (___) has a way with people
f. Someone who has interpersonal intelligence… (___) has a good intuitive sense
g. Someone who has intrapersonal intelligence… (___) is mechanically inclined

II. Choose the correct answer using the words from the chart:

1. ________________ is the ability to use your imagination to produce or use new ideas.

a. Problem solving b. memory c. creativity

2. _______________ is the ability to remember things you’ve learned, experienced and so on.

a. Problem solving b. memory c. creativity

3. I guess photography comes easy to me because I ________________________________.

a. Have an eye for detail b. have a head for figure c. have a good intuitive sense

4. I wish I had ________________. Writing doesn’t come easy to me.

a. an eye for detail b. a head for figure c. a way with words.

5. I wish I had ___________________. I find it difficult to make new friends.

a. a way with people. b. a head for figure c. a way with words.

III. GRAMMAR:

A. Circle the letter of the best answer:


1. Which type of connecting word connects ideas within a sentence?
a. subordinating conjunction b. transition

2. Which type of connecting word connects ideas between sentences or paragraphs?


a. subordinating conjunction b. transition

Lic. Linda C. Asmat S.


FACULTY OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND EDUCATION

ENGLISH ADVANCE
3. Which type of connecting word is always followed by a comma?
a. subordinating conjunction b. transition

4. Which of these connecting words are used to introduce a result?


a. unless / otherwise b. therefore / consequently

5. Which of these connecting words is used to introduce a condition?


a. unless b. although.

B. Complete the paragraph by filling in the blanks with an appropriate expression of comparison and contrast from
the box.

IV. READING:
I. Read the text to answer the next questions:

When Christopher Columbus set sail in 1492 from Spain, his destination was not America. In fact,
he did not even know that the huge American continents existed. His purpose in sailing west was to
reach the Indies faster than other ships which used a route around Africa. The Indies were a source
of riches for Europeans during those days. The treasures of spices, silks, etc. were greatly valued
by Europeans but were extremely difficult to obtain. When Columbus reached the islands that are
now known as the West Indies, he believed he had reached Asia and he called the people living
there ‘Indians’.

Lic. Linda C. Asmat S.


FACULTY OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND EDUCATION

ENGLISH ADVANCE
1. In 1492 Columbus _____.

a) wished to go to America.
b) started traveling towards Asia.
c) traveled by way of Africa to Asia.
d) wanted to become rich by sailing to America.
e) was looking for the treasures of America.
2. Spices, silks and other treasures _____.

a) were found around the world.


b) were taken to Asia to be sold.
c) were from the West Indies.
d) from Asia, were brought to Europe.
e) from Spain, were taken to the Indies.
3. Columbus believed _____.

a) the destination for Europeans was Asia via America.


b) Europeans should become rich.
c) the riches of the West Indies were better than those of Asia.
d) Spain could be reached via the Asian route.
e) he was headed for India.

Mary was blind at birth. Doctors during those years had been unable to do anything to correct the
situation and although her parents lived in anguish, not being able to see was normal for her. After
years of training to live in a dark world, Mary got a job and moved into her own flat. Several years
later the doctors she occasionally visited for check-ups told her that a new technique had been found.
This technique could restore her sight. One would think that Mary would have jumped at the
possibility to see, but actually she was not at all happy about this situation. She had never seen
anything before. She had established a life for herself in a world without sight and the thought of
changing this lifestyle was frightening. She was more frightened of seeing than of not.

4. The best TITLE for his passage is _____.

a. Living with Blindness


b. Fear of Blindness
c. The Desire to See
d. A Biography of Mary
e. Problems with Doctors

5. Being able to see was _____.

a. something Mary had not expected.


b. what Mary wanted.
c. a welcome surprise for Mary.
d. what Mary was accustomed to.
e. not necessary for our lives.

Lic. Linda C. Asmat S.


FACULTY OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND EDUCATION

ENGLISH ADVANCE
6. According to the passage, Mary’s inability to see was _____.

a. a handicap caused by her doctors.


b. what had upset her.
c. present when she has been born.
d. what had caused her to move into her own flat.
e. preventing her from a normal life.

V. WRITING

I. Compare and contrast two cities and write about them.


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Lic. Linda C. Asmat S.