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1 Skills Test Unit 5 Test A Nme: Everydy English 1 Complete the dilogue with phrses A E. Clire Oh, look t tht photo of us t the Treehouse Musi Festivl lst yer! There's me on 1 nd you're in 2 with Jk. And 3, he isn't enjoying the musi muh. Joseph You're right, 4 ored. Atully, 5 ws lte in the evening. Mye he ws just relly tired! A it looks like it B judging y his fe C he does look it D the kground E the left Mrk: / 5 1

2 Listening 2 Listen to Jmie Rihrdson tlking out dventure trips. Cirle the orret nswers. 1 Wht is Jmie Rihrdson s jo? psyhologist journlist dventure sports instrutor 2 When did Jmie move to the USA? ten yers go lst summer over yer go 3 Wht is the lrgest numer of students in n Amzing Adventures group? six sixteen four 4 How long ws the Alskn Expedition? month week weekend 5 Wht does Jmie sy out the dventure trips? They help teengers to lern their limits. They help teengers to lern new skills. They help teengers to eome helthy. 6 Does Jmie think prents should let teengers tke risks? No, never. Yes, lwys. Yes, sometimes. 7 Whih does Jmie sy is NOT helthy risk? yling without helmet performing in front of n udiene eing in siling tem 8 Why does Jmie sy teengers like to do risky things? to find out out themselves to upset their prents to impress their friends 2

3 9 Wht does Jmie sy out teengers tht go on dventure trips? They improve their sports skills. They lern not to give up in life. They don t sleep muh. 10 Whih is etter, ording to Jmie? to e sfe t home to e outside in the fresh ir to ply omputer gmes Mrk: / 10 3

4 Reding Hot ir llooning Most of us hve wthed hot ir lloon s it hs flown quietly ross the summer sky. But did you know tht people hve trvelled in hot ir lloons for over two hundred yers? In Novemer 1783, fter spending months designing nd uilding their lloon, two Frenh rothers lled Joseph nd Etienne Montgolfier wnted to find out if people ould fly in it. Two men limed into their invention nd went up into the sky ove Pris. The rowd elow ws exited, ut very frightened. Only two months efore, the first hot ir lloon in history hd flown into the sky, ut its pssengers were duk, hiken nd sheep! However, the men flew for twenty-five minutes nd then lnded the lloon sfely on the ground. Everyone heered. It ws the strt of hot ir llooning! The suessful flight of the Montgolfier rothers lloon ws ig news, nd lot of other sientists nd engineers wnted to design igger nd etter lloons. Only two yers fter the fmous first flight, people were le to fly long distnes in hot ir lloon. A Frenh lloonist lled Blnhrd, nd his Amerin o-pilot Jeffries, mnged to fly ross the English Chnnel etween Frne nd Englnd. It took two nd hlf hours. People thought tht new ge of interntionl trvel ws out to strt. However, in the end, hot ir lloons s form of trnsport never eme populr. It ws just too expensive nd dngerous, nd most people preferred to keep their feet on the ground. In the nineteenth entury, sientists invented trins nd stemots, nd, then lter, rs nd plnes, nd no one ws relly interested in developing hot ir lloons ny more. But then, in the 1930s, with more modern mterils, nd with the introdution of different type of gs lled helium, new genertion of hot ir lloonists disovered the enjoyment of llooning. They flew higher nd higher, rehing heights of over twenty-five kilometers ove se level, nd found out tht humn eings ould survive so high in the sky. In the lst forty yers, lloonists hve eome exited out reking long distne reords gin, nd hve mnged to hieve wht the Montgolfier rothers ould only drem of. In the lte 1970s, three Amerin pilots rossed the Atlnti Oen in hot ir lloon for the first time. In 1981, four pilots rossed the Pifi Oen, flying from Jpn to Cliforni in just 84 hours. Sine then, other dventurers hve roken even more reords. Trvelling t speeds of lmost 400 km per hour, Rihrd Brnson nd Per Lindstrnd went ross the Pifi in 46 hours, nd in 1999, Bertrnd Pird nd Brin Jones went ll the wy round the in just under twenty dys in lloon. 4

5 3 Red the text. Are the sentenes true (T) or flse (F)? 1 The Montgolfier rothers mde the hot ir lloon whih rried people. 2 No one wthed the first hot ir lloon flight tht rried people. 3 In 1783, hot ir lloon flew with two irds nd sheep in it. 4 It ws 20 yers efore people ould fly for more thn 25 minutes. 5 Blnhrd flew ross the English Chnnel lone. 6 After 1785, hot ir lloons quikly eme populr form of trnsport. 7 One reson why lloon trvel didn t eome more populr ws tht it ost lot of money. 8 In the 1930s, lloonists didn t use the sme gs s lloonists used in the 1780s. 9 Blloonists first rossed the Pifi Oen in the 1970s. 10 It took two men less thn three weeks to go ll the wy round the world in hot ir lloon. Mrk: / 10 Writing 4 Think of good friend you hve t shool. Write letter with desription of the person to enter the People Close to Us ompetition. Use the pln to help you. Prgrph 1: Sy who this person is nd how you know them. Prgrph 2: Explin why you like them. Prgrph 3: Tlk out their hievements nd good qulities. Prgrph 4: Sy why you re good friends. Mrk: / 15 TOTAL MARKS: / 40 5

6 Chllenge! 5 Complete the text with the orret words ( ). My first ungee jump I love tking risks. It s 1 fun. Tht s why I ws exited 2 I hd the hne to do ungee jump. New Zelnd is proly the 3 ple in the world to go ungee jumping. It hs lot of steep 4 whih re perfet for jumping, nd, elieve it or not, it ws the ountry 5 the first ommeril ungee jumps took ple in the 1980s. Anywy, I ws relly 6 on the dy of the jump, ut I mnged it. There re lot of extreme sports tht I hven t tried, ut I don t think I ll ever find 7 s exiting 8 ungee jumping. 1 muh mny lot of 2 when whih where 3 good etter est 4 liffs dunes d plins 5 who whih d where 6 frighten frightened frightening 7 nothing nything everything 8 thn s tht 6

7 Voulry nd Grmmr Test Unit 5 Test A Nme: Voulry 1 Put the words in rkets into the orret djetive form. Rio Negro Adventure Tour I m not relly risk-tker nd I don t like doing dngerous things, so when my rother suggested going on n dventure tour while on holidy in Cost Ri, I wsn t very 1 (exite). We strted the dy on horsek, going from the hotel stles through the tropil dry forest. I m very 2 (frighten) of horses nd I tully ouldn t get on mine, so it ws quite 3 (emrrss). I didn t enjoy eing on the horse nd the ride ws too long, ut we sw some strems nd wterflls long the wy nd the surroundings were just 4 (mze). We were 5 (surprise) y ll the wildlife, too. We sw vriety of irds, reptiles nd mmmls. After the 45-minute ride, we got to Vitori Wterfll t the foot of Rio Negro, where our white wter rfting dventure strted. It ws very 6 (frighten) in the eginning, ut it turned out to e good fun. We ended our rfting dventure with swim in nturl volni hot springs nd tht ws 7 (mze). It turned out to e very 8 (exite) dy nd the whole fmily hd lots of fun. Would I do it gin? Proly not I still don t like tking risks. Mrk: / 8 2 Complete sentenes nd so tht they hve similr mening to sentene. Use the orret noun or ver form of the underlined words in sentenes. 1 The frontl ortex is the lst prt of the rin to fully develop. The frontl ortex lst. The of the frontl ortex hppens lst. 2 Adults find it esier thn teens to see the onsequenes of their deisions. Adults find it esier thn teens to see the onsequenes of the they mke. Adults find it esier thn teens to see the onsequenes of the things they. 3 I don t need ny enourgement to go on rolleroster ride. Noody needs to me to go on rolleroster rise. Noody needs to give me to go on rolleroster ride. 4 Sometimes teengers tke risks to mke n impression on their friends. Mrk: / 8 Sometimes teengers tke risks to their friends. It s euse they wnt to their friends tht teengers sometimes tke risks. 1

8 3 Complete the text with the strong forms of the djetives in rkets. At 8.30.m. I ws lredy outside my son s shool, sitting in my 1 (smll) r. I spent ll dy, every dy there for three yers. I sometimes sked myself if this ws 2 (silly) nd if I should e there, espeilly on dys when I ws 3 (old) or 4 (hot) in the r. But I knew I hd to do it s this ws the only wy my son styed in shool. Ben developed phoi lled shool refusl, whih ment tht he ws frightened of eing in lss. He suffered from 5 (d) symptoms, inluding: pni ttks, migrines nd rething prolems. The only thing tht helped him ws knowing tht I ws outside. Some prents found it 6 (funny) nd sid tht I ws mking 7 (ig) mistke euse I ws letting my son mnipulte me. I first got 8 (ngry), ut then I relized tht they just didn t understnd tht this ws rel phoi. With the help of dotor, Ben strted mking progress. He first styed t shool for lesson, then for hlf dy nd t the end of his third yer, he mnged whole dy. I no longer hd to sit in my r outside the shool. Mrk: / 8 4 Reple the phrses in rkets with phrsl vers in the orret form. Cnning Stok Route Lst summer, we deided to ross Austrli s 1820 km long Cnning Stok Route. We 1 (strted our journey) from Wilun nd plnned for 20-dy drive. It s very diffiult route, ut we were well-prepred. We hd food for four weeks nd spre r prts in se something 2 (stopped working). There re five res long the route where you n 3 (hve short rek), uy supplies nd petrol for the r. This is lso where you n 4 (meet) other people, tlk out the route, nd get tips out ples to see nd visit. There ws only one time when we wnted to 5 (go in the opposite diretion) home. It ws when the r got stuk in snd dune for two dys. Fortuntely, we got some help nd 6 (ontinued) down the route. It ws n mzing experiene. Mrk: / 12 2

9 Grmmr 5 Cirle the orret nswers. 1 Json hs een to Indi. Json is still in Indi. Json is k from Indi. 2 I ve lredy red the ook out explorers. I know the ook. I m still reding the ook. 3 Megn nd her dd hven t finished plnning their trip ross the Atlnti yet. They re plnning the trip. They hve lredy plnned the trip. 4 Susn nd her fmily hve gone on journey ross the Cnning Stok Route. They re k from their journey. They re still on their journey. 5 We ve hd terrile wether sine Mondy. The wether is still terrile tody. The wether is good tody. 6 Peter hs worked s sientist for three yers. Mrk: / 6 Peter still works s sientist. Peter doesn t work s sientist. 6 Cirle the orret nswers. 1 How long / How often hve you een on this expedition? Only for / sine lst Sturdy. 2 They hve just / yet deided to mke film out his mzing journey. 3 Prker Liutud hs yet / lredy een on severl expeditions. 4 They re freezing. They ve just / lredy finished their trek to the North Pole. 5 We hve wlked for / sine eight hours now nd we re not even lose to the mp yet / lredy. 6 Nothing dngerous hs ever / never hppened to me during my trips. Mrk: / 8 3

10 7 Complete the text with the present perfet or simple pst forms of the vers in rkets. Prker Liutud lls himself n explorer / mpigner / teenger. He s minly known for his polr expeditions, ut he s lso limte hnge mpigner, motivtionl speker nd pulished journlist. Prker s first Antrti expedition 1 (tke ple) in 2009, when he 2 (e) only fourteen. He first 3 (try) to trek to the North Pole t the ge of fifteen, ut 4 (stop) fifteen miles from the Pole euse of dngerous wether onditions. But sine tht expedition, he 5 (omplete) the trek twie nd in April (eome) the first person to hek in t the North Pole vi Foursqure. All of Prker s expeditions help rise wreness of limte hnge, espeilly mong teengers. He 7 (give) numerous tlks on the issue, nd in August (spek) t the prestigious TEDx onferene in Belgium. He 9 (write) rtiles for The Huffington Post, The Independent nd The New York Times. There is more hed for this inspiring teenger nd the world 10 (not / herd) the lst of Prker Liutud yet. Mrk: / 6 TOTAL MARKS: / 60 4

11 Cumultive Skills Test Units 1 5 Test A Nme: Everydy English 1 Complete the dilogue with phrses A E. Suzy Jemm, 1? Jemm Sure, 2. Who re you lling? Suzy I'm lling Chrlie. I m going to his house to wth DVD. Jemm 3. Wht re you going to wth? Suzy I don t know yet. Chrlie s got some new films. Do you wnt to ome? Jemm 4. I ve got to finish my homework. Suzy Oh, 5. Another time mye. Jemm Sure. A Thnks, ut I m usy B tht's shme C Tht sounds gret D of ourse you n E is it OK if I use your moile phone Mrk: / 5 Listening 2 Listen to the tlk. Are the sttements true (T) or flse (F)? 1 The text ompres the lives of people in the 1950s nd tody. 2 The text gives dvie out how to led helthy lifestyle. 3 Listen gin. Complete the sentenes with the missing informtion. A lot of people tody think we hve muh 1 lifestyle ompred to people in the pst. In the 1950s, people didn't ll hve 2 devies like vuum leners or wshing mhines. Women in the 1950s were urning out 1,000 lories dy doing s fmilies te more 4 nd 5 thn fmilies do tody. Not mny fmilies in the 1950s hd 6, so they wlked lot. Typil semi-dethed houses in the 1950s usully didn't hve 7, so people ought more fresh food. In the evenings in the 1950s, reding, ord gmes nd listening to the rdio were ommon forms of 8. Mrk: / 10 1

12 Reding Indi Everyody knows tht Indi is huge ountry with n enormous popultion (there re round 1.2 illion people in Indi!). They lso know tht it hs noisy, rowded ities, hot, spiy food, nd some wonderful, historil sites, suh s the Tj Mhl, eutiful, white ple whih sultn uilt euse he wnted to rememer his wife, priness who died when she still young womn. There re, however, lots of surprising things out Indi, too. I ve just returned from my first trip to the ountry, nd in this log, I wnt to write out some of the things I found out. Did you know, for exmple, tht Indi is gret ple to go if you love musi festivls? And I don t men trditionl musi. More thn hlf of Indi s popultion is under twenty-five nd they love pop nd rok musi. Tht s why there re so mny festivls, few of whih tke ple in unusul lotions suh s in deserts or on the sides of mountins. Mjor Indin ities re eoming populr ples for interntionl strs to ply, nd there is so muh lol musil tlent tht there is lwys live onert on somewhere. I ws lso mzed to find out tht there re etween one nd two thousnd mrrige detetives in the ountry. A lot of mrriges re rrnged y fmilies in Indi, nd it s importnt to them to find out s muh s they n out the person who their son or dughter is going to mrry, so sometimes fmilies hire detetive who heks tht their son or dughter s future husnd or wife is telling the truth out their fmily, their jo nd how muh money they hve. Indins lso hve surprising view of euty. One of my Indin friends told me tht I hd put on weight when I met her for offee on my seond dy in the ountry. I ws surprised, ut she wsn t eing rude. In Indi, people think tht gining weight is sign of looking helthy nd more eutiful. In ft, if you re very slim, Indin people worry out you! I think it s good tht Indins ren t lwys worried out eing thin, like mny Europens re. However, these dys, lot of young people re overweight euse people there re relly keen on fst food. In Indi, it seems s if everyone reds newsppers. In Europe, young people prefer going online to find out out the world. In Indi, however, the opposite is true. More nd more people re lerning to red nd they re then getting well-pid jos whih men they n fford to uy newsppers. As result, newsppers hve never een more populr. I ws relly surprised! In my next log, I ll shre more fsinting fts out Indi. Wht do you know out the ountry? 2

13 4 Red the text. Cirle the orret nswers ( d). 1 Whih of the following topis does the writer not mention in the first prgrph? d the numer of people the things people et the size of the ountry the temperture in the ities 2 Why did sultn uild the Tj Mhl? d To mke his wife hppy. To rememer his wife. Beuse he wnted to live somewhere eutiful. Beuse his wife liked white uildings. 3 Wht does the writer sy out his own experienes of Indi? d He s found lots of gret ples where they do trditionl dnes. He s een to Indi mny times nd loves it more eh time he goes. He s found out tht they hve festivls there in strnge ples. He s disovered tht there ren t mny Indin rok strs these dys. 4 Wht does the writer sy out mrrige in Indi? d Fmilies hire detetives to hek tht future wife or husnd is not too slim. More nd more mrriges re rrnged y fmilies now thn in the pst. Indins hire detetives to hek if their hildren s future wives or husnds re eing honest. Fmilies will only let their sons mrry girl who doesn t look too thin nd unhelthy. 5 Why do more people red newsppers in Indi these dys? d Mrk: / 10 Beuse they re very fshionle in Europe. Beuse they don t hve the sme ess to online medi s in Europe. People hve more money now, so newsppers re esier to uy. Newsppers re etter in Indi now. 3

14 Writing 5 Think of someone who influened you when you were hild. Write letter with desription of the person to enter writing ompetition. Use the pln to help you. Prgrph 1: Sy who the person is nd how you know them. Sy how long you ve known them for nd how you met them. Prgrph 2: Explin how they hve influened you. Prgrph 3: Tlk out their hievements nd their good qulities. Prgrph 4: Sy wht your reltionship with them is like now. Mrk: / 15 TOTAL MARKS: / 40 4

15 Speking 6 You re hving prty. Think out the questions elow. Then work with prtner. Crete role ply nd tke it in turns to ply eh role. 1 When is the prty? Who s going to e there? Wht re you going to do? 2 Where is the prty? Is it in your house, or somewhere else? How do you get there (give diretions)? Wht s going to e the est thing out the prty? Chllenge! 7 Complete the text with the orret words ( d). The miro-house 1 rhitet who lives in Germny hs reently designed house 2 is only metre high, one metre wide, nd one metre long. It is, quite possily, 3 house in the world. Although it s smller thn some wrdroes, the house is 4 omfortle. It s ig enough to sleep in nd it hs window whih opens so you n tlk to visitors. Of ourse, it s 5 smll for you to invite ny visitors in. The rhitet deided to mke the house euse he wnted 6 how muh house one person relly needs to live omfortly. Currently, the mirohouse is on exhiition, nd you n go nd visit or even rent it for the night. The only prolem is tht if you like wshing lothes or 7 the ironing, you re out of luk. There isn t 8 spe for kithen or throom. 1 The A - d An 2 who whih where d whose 3 the smllest smllest most smll d the most smll 4 surprising surprised surprisedly d surprisingly 5 too enough muh d so 6 explore to explore exploring d to exploring 7 doing mking tking d lying 8 enough some mny d no 5

16 Cumultive Voulry nd Grmmr Test Units 1 5 Test A Nme: Voulry 1 Complete the sentenes with one word. 1 I m not very keen doumentries, ut I relly enjoyed Life in Dy. 2 When Cptin Sott rehed the Pole, he me Norwegin flg. 3 When I finished seondry shool, I hd to hoie: go to university or spend yer volunteering. 4 My prents like to get from the ity nd relx in the ountryside t the weekend. 5 When the ident hppened, we hd to go to the polie to give ll the detils. 6 We wited t the txi for 20 minutes, ut the txi never me. 7 The guides wrned us ll the dngerous nimls in the jungle. 8 You n lern lot the world when you visit different ountries. 9 One wy of helping the environment is to redue our ron. 10 We n sometimes her our neighours euse we live in semi- house. 11 My mum loves ll her -sving devies, espeilly the dishwsher nd mirowve. 12 My rother nd I don t relly do ny hores; we only hve to our eds in the morning. 13 Growing during the wr ws very diffiult for my gret-grndm. 14 After short rek, we rried towrds Wlnut Cove. Mrk: / 14 2 Put the words in rkets into the orret noun, ver, djetive or dver form. 1 My grndm s (her) got worse s she got older. 2 I m thinking of hving lser surgery, so tht I n get my (see) k. 3 The hildren lwys (hppy) help with the household hores. 4 Lerning foreign lnguges ws never (ese) for me. 5 We hd lovely holidy, ut (unfortunte) we didn t get to see everything we wnted. 6 We were (mze) y the wildlife in Cost Ri. 7 We were ll (fright) when we went rfting down Rio Negro. 8 Young people hve prolems mking (deide). 9 I don t need ny (enourge) to go on rolleroster ride. 10 The town left very ig (impress) on me. Mrk: / 10 1

17 3 Answer the questions. 1 Wht n you get if you leve your r in the wrong ple? 2 Whih of these words n you use with mke: exerise / homework / mess / your est? 3 Wht three ompound nouns n you mke with the word key? 4 Whih phrsl ver mens to hve good reltionship with someone? 5 Wht is the ntonym of sfe? 6 Where n you go to orrow ooks? 7 Wht re the five senses? 8 Wht do we ll gses, like ron dioxide, tht re d for the environment? 9 Whih of these things do you normlly keep in jr: flour / tissues / jm / toothpste? 10 Wht do you ll house tht hs no wlls seprting the kithen nd living room? 11 Whih phrsl ver mens to tke re of someone or something? 12 Wht is the strong form of funny? Mrk: / 12 2

18 Grmmr 4 There is one word missing in eh sentene. Rewrite the sentenes dding the word in the orret ple. 1 How long you lived in Antrti? 2 The room on the top floor is not ig to turn it into n offie. 3 Peter volunteering t hildren s mp in Chile t the moment. 4 How volunteers selet whih ountry to go to? 5 We met lot of interesting people when we trvelling round the US. 6 A lwys hve little penut utter on my tost in the morning. Mrk: / 6 5 Rewrite sentene so tht it hs similr mening to sentene. Use the words in rkets. Do not hnge the given words. 1 I wnt to know how you usully spend your summer holidy. (do) 2 I ws trvelling round Austrli when my r roke down. (s) 3 I only et little met. (muh) 4 Bill Bryson is writer. He writes funny stories. (who) 5 Our house is the sme size s our neighour s house. (ig) 6 This house is too expensive for us to uy. (hep) 7 He rehed the top of the mountin minute go. (just) 8 She eme teher in Mrk: / 8 (sine) 3

19 6 Complete the text with the orret words ( ). For rother nd sister Kte nd Dn Suski, April 21 strted like every other dy during their drem holidy on 1 St. Lui. They got up, 2 sun 3 nd they were looking forwrd 4 on fishing trip. 5 trip ws going well, ut 6 Dn ws reeling in huge mrlin, the eletri system suddenly 7. Wter strted getting into the ot nd flooded the engine room. The ptin mnged 8 for help. But s more wter rried on 9 into the ot, he yelled, Jump off, jump off! Kte, Dn, the ptin nd his mte ll jumped into the wter. While they 10 for help, their ot snk. They wited for n hour, ut then they deided 11 to the shore. They were worried out shrks nd getting hypothermi. They were lso worried tht they would get lost. It strted rining nd it ws getting 12. Suddenly, Kte nd Dn lost 13 of the ptin nd his mte. They wondered if they should 14, ut they knew tht they hd to swim 15 euse it ws getting 16 drk. All of sudden, they sw plne nd heliopter 17 ppered in the distne, ut 18 notied them. After swimming for twelve to fourteen hours, they notied the shore, ut it ws impossile to get out of the wter euse there were 19 roks. Finlly, they sw it of snd nd got on to the shore. They spent the night sleeping under some leves. In the morning, they 20 to find help. Eventully, they were resued. They lso found out tht the ptin nd mte were sfe. 1 the 0 2 the 0 3 shone ws shining shined 4 to go to going going 5 A The 0 6 when if s 7 roke up roke out roke down 8 to ll lling ll 9 to pour pouring pour 10 were witing wit witing 11 to swim swimming swim 12 more drk drker the drkest 13 see seeing sight 14 turn k turn up turn out 15 fr further the furthest 16 more enough too 17 whih when whose 18 nyody noody someody 19 muh mny lot of 20 set out set set k Mrk: / 10 TOTAL MARKS: / 60 4

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