Progress test - meta 1 - segundo periodo - 7

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1.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

1. You can cross the river by walking over the __________.
2.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

2. The __________ of the fire burned tall buildings.
3.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

3. It is sometimes difficult to see in a fire because of the __________.
4.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

4 A __________ is useful to reach people who climb on to the roofs to escape the fire.
5.
2 points
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

5 Firefighters sometimes use __________ to get to people who are stuck in the river.
6.
1 point
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

6 Fire can destroy houses and __________ very quickly.
7.
1 point
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

7 Firefighters sometimes use __________ to drop water on forests that are on fire.
8.
1 point
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

8 The fire in San Francisco __________ for four days.
9.
1 point
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

9 The firefighter __________ the woman out of the building.
10.
1 point
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

10 Many people in San Francisco were in bed when the __________ happened in 1906.
11.
1 point
VOCABULARY:

Complete the sentences with the appropriate word. (Use lowercase)

speedboats
climbed
bridge
burned
helicopter
bicycle
buildings
flames
smoke
discovered
planes
trains
car
destroyed
carried
earthquake
left

11 James W. Marshall __________ gold in California.
12.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

1. ______________
13.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

2. ______________
14.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

3. _____________
15.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

4. ________________
16.
2 points
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

5. ____________

17.
1 point
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

6. _____________
18.
1 point
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

7. _____________

19.
1 point
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

8. ____________________
20.
1 point
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

9. ______________
21.
1 point
GRAMMAR:

Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

The Great Fire of Rome

The San Francisco fire happened in 1906, but many years before that, there (1) ____ another great fire in a capital: Rome. On the night of July 19, 64 AD, a fire (2) ____ in the buildings near the Circus Maximus, Rome’s huge stadium. There
(3) ____ often fires in this hot and busy city, but this fire was special. The wind (4) ____ the fire quickly to many parts of the city and it (5) ____ for six days. Then it (6) ____ but soon continued again for another three days. The fire (7) ____ two thirds of Rome. Many people (8) ____ escape from the flames and (9) ____.
Some people say the Roman emperor, Nero, started the fire because he (10) ____ to build a more spectacular city. Is this true? No one really knows.

10. ____________
22.
2 points
Complete the sentences with the correct preposition.

The fire started _____ April 18.
23.
2 points
Complete the sentences with the correct preposition.

2 It started _____ the morning.
24.
1 point
Complete the sentences with the correct preposition.

3 It ended _____ Saturday.
25.
1 point
Complete the sentences with the correct preposition.

4 You could see the flames _____ night.
26.
1 point
Complete the sentences with the correct preposition.

5 It happened _____ 1906.
27.
2 points
READING:

Read the text. Number the paragraphs in the correct order.

A ____
In 1946, when he was 25, Morita and his friend Masaru Ibuka started a small radio repair company. In 1949 the company developed recording tape and in 1950 sold the first tape recorder in Japan. In 1957 it produced a pocket-sized radio and a year later changed its name to Sony. In 1960 it produced the first transistor television in the world.

B ____
As a child, he enjoyed playing with electronic products, and mathematics and physics were his favorite subjects at school. He studied physics at Osaka Imperial University.

C ____
Morita managed Sony and through his ideas, products like the Walkman and the video-cassette recorder were born. He was always full of curiosity and energy in everything he did – he started skiing, tennis, and scuba diving when he was more than 50 years old! He died at the age of 78 in 1999.
D ___
Also in 1960, Sony Corporation of America started in the United States. In 1968, the company entered the music software business. Then in 1979, it entered the finance business. In 1988 it bought CBS Records Inc., and the following year Sony bought Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.

E ____
Akio Morita was born in Japan on January 26, 1921, in the city of Nagoya, to a family of beer makers. As a student, Akio often went to his family’s company meetings with his father and helped with the family business.

A. ______
28.
2 points
READING:

Read the text. Number the paragraphs in the correct order.

A ____
In 1946, when he was 25, Morita and his friend Masaru Ibuka started a small radio repair company. In 1949 the company developed recording tape and in 1950 sold the first tape recorder in Japan. In 1957 it produced a pocket-sized radio and a year later changed its name to Sony. In 1960 it produced the first transistor television in the world.

B ____
As a child, he enjoyed playing with electronic products, and mathematics and physics were his favorite subjects at school. He studied physics at Osaka Imperial University.

C ____
Morita managed Sony and through his ideas, products like the Walkman and the video-cassette recorder were born. He was always full of curiosity and energy in everything he did – he started skiing, tennis, and scuba diving when he was more than 50 years old! He died at the age of 78 in 1999.
D ___
Also in 1960, Sony Corporation of America started in the United States. In 1968, the company entered the music software business. Then in 1979, it entered the finance business. In 1988 it bought CBS Records Inc., and the following year Sony bought Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.

E ____
Akio Morita was born in Japan on January 26, 1921, in the city of Nagoya, to a family of beer makers. As a student, Akio often went to his family’s company meetings with his father and helped with the family business.

B. ______
29.
1 point
READING:

Read the text. Number the paragraphs in the correct order.

A ____
In 1946, when he was 25, Morita and his friend Masaru Ibuka started a small radio repair company. In 1949 the company developed recording tape and in 1950 sold the first tape recorder in Japan. In 1957 it produced a pocket-sized radio and a year later changed its name to Sony. In 1960 it produced the first transistor television in the world.

B ____
As a child, he enjoyed playing with electronic products, and mathematics and physics were his favorite subjects at school. He studied physics at Osaka Imperial University.

C ____
Morita managed Sony and through his ideas, products like the Walkman and the video-cassette recorder were born. He was always full of curiosity and energy in everything he did – he started skiing, tennis, and scuba diving when he was more than 50 years old! He died at the age of 78 in 1999.
D ___
Also in 1960, Sony Corporation of America started in the United States. In 1968, the company entered the music software business. Then in 1979, it entered the finance business. In 1988 it bought CBS Records Inc., and the following year Sony bought Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.

E ____
Akio Morita was born in Japan on January 26, 1921, in the city of Nagoya, to a family of beer makers. As a student, Akio often went to his family’s company meetings with his father and helped with the family business.

C. ______
30.
1 point
READING:

Read the text. Number the paragraphs in the correct order.

A ____
In 1946, when he was 25, Morita and his friend Masaru Ibuka started a small radio repair company. In 1949 the company developed recording tape and in 1950 sold the first tape recorder in Japan. In 1957 it produced a pocket-sized radio and a year later changed its name to Sony. In 1960 it produced the first transistor television in the world.

B ____
As a child, he enjoyed playing with electronic products, and mathematics and physics were his favorite subjects at school. He studied physics at Osaka Imperial University.

C ____
Morita managed Sony and through his ideas, products like the Walkman and the video-cassette recorder were born. He was always full of curiosity and energy in everything he did – he started skiing, tennis, and scuba diving when he was more than 50 years old! He died at the age of 78 in 1999.
D ___
Also in 1960, Sony Corporation of America started in the United States. In 1968, the company entered the music software business. Then in 1979, it entered the finance business. In 1988 it bought CBS Records Inc., and the following year Sony bought Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.

E ____
Akio Morita was born in Japan on January 26, 1921, in the city of Nagoya, to a family of beer makers. As a student, Akio often went to his family’s company meetings with his father and helped with the family business.

D. ______
31.
1 point
READING:

Read the text. Number the paragraphs in the correct order.

A ____
In 1946, when he was 25, Morita and his friend Masaru Ibuka started a small radio repair company. In 1949 the company developed recording tape and in 1950 sold the first tape recorder in Japan. In 1957 it produced a pocket-sized radio and a year later changed its name to Sony. In 1960 it produced the first transistor television in the world.

B ____
As a child, he enjoyed playing with electronic products, and mathematics and physics were his favorite subjects at school. He studied physics at Osaka Imperial University.

C ____
Morita managed Sony and through his ideas, products like the Walkman and the video-cassette recorder were born. He was always full of curiosity and energy in everything he did – he started skiing, tennis, and scuba diving when he was more than 50 years old! He died at the age of 78 in 1999.
D ___
Also in 1960, Sony Corporation of America started in the United States. In 1968, the company entered the music software business. Then in 1979, it entered the finance business. In 1988 it bought CBS Records Inc., and the following year Sony bought Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.

E ____
Akio Morita was born in Japan on January 26, 1921, in the city of Nagoya, to a family of beer makers. As a student, Akio often went to his family’s company meetings with his father and helped with the family business.

E. ______
32.
1 point
LISTENING:

Listen to a man talking to a police officer. Choose the right letter.

1. Where was the man coming from when he first saw the UFO?
A. He was returning home from a party.
B. He just got off work when he saw the UFO.
C. He was driving home from a restaurant.
33.
1 point
LISTENING:

Listen to a man talking to a police officer. Choose the right letter.

2. What time did the man report the incident to the police?
A. about 12:00 AM
B. about 3:00 AM
C. about 5:00 AM
34.
1 point
LISTENING:

Listen to a man talking to a police officer. Choose the right letter.

3. What jumped out in front of the man's car?
A. a giant deer
B. a strange man
C. a hairy alien
35.
1 point
LISTENING:

Listen to a man talking to a police officer. Choose the right letter.

4. What happened next to the man?
A. He walked to a flying saucer.
B. He followed the animal to a plane.
C. He was carried to a spaceship.
36.
1 point
LISTENING:

Listen to a man talking to a police officer. Choose the right letter.

5. What does the police officer suggest at the end of the story?
A. They should call the fire department.
B. The man should seek counseling.
C. The man should contact the newspaper.
37.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

1. _______________
38.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

2 ___________________
39.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

3. ______________________
40.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

4. ___________
41.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

5. _____________
42.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

6 _________________
43.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

7. _________________
44.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

8 ___________________
45.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

9 ___________________
46.
1 point
Read and complete. For each number 1–10 choose the correct option.

Steve: Hi, did you have a good time?
Silvana: Yes, (1) ____. It was great. We saw lots of really interesting things.
Steve: (2) ____ with you? He wanted to.
Silvana: No, he (3) ____. He stayed at home.
Steve: Why? (4) ____ tired?
Silvana: No, but he was busy. He went to a music store.
Steve: Oh, OK. And where (5) ____ exactly?
Silvana: To a great exhibit, then up Nob Hill, and to a temple.
Steve: Nob Hill! (6) ____ up it?
Silvana: No, we didn’t. We took a cable car.
Steve: (7) ____ OK?
Silvana: Yes, it was great.
Steve: And (8) ____ lots of people?
Silvana: No, there (9) ____. It was OK. And how about you? What (10) ____ this morning?
Steve: I cleaned my room for three hours!

10 ________________
47.
20 points
SPEAKING:

Listen to your teacher's instructions and prepare a two minute presentation.
48.
20 points
WRITING:

Think of an event that happened in human history and write a 70-90 word paragraph about it. Take into account cohesion, cohereance, punctuation, spelling, etc.