Evaluación 7

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4 points
LISTENING:

1. Where are they planning to go in the morning?
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4 points

LISTENING
2. What kind of restaurant do they want to visit for lunch?
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4 points

LISTENING
3. Why does the man want to visit the zoo in the afternoon?
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4 points
LISTENING
4. Why does the woman want to go shopping instead?
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4 points
LISTENING
5. How do they plan to get to the seashore at the end of the conversation?
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2 points
READING

Read the article and select the best answer: a), b) or c).

A Dream Job
Michael Palin has travelled all over the world several times but he has lived in the same house in London since 1968. Some of you might remember him from the Monty Python films, but in 1989, Michael started doing TV travel programmes for the BBC. He’s now more famous for his travel books and DVDs than his acting. His first series Around the World in 80 days followed the same route as the Jules Verne novel of the same name. And like Phileas Fogg, the hero of the book, Michael didn’t get on a plane.
His programmes have taken Michael from the North to the South Pole, around the Pacific Ocean, across the Sahara desert, up into the Himalayas and through Eastern Europe. He’s had breakfast in Alaska, Sunday lunch at 5000 metres on Mount Everest, and slept in a tent in Antarctica. He’s met the Dalai Lama in India, done Tai Chi in Shanghai and driven one of the last steam trains in Poland.
It’s hard to believe that Michael Palin hasn’t been everywhere, but there are still places he’d like to visit: Syria, Georgia, Brazil, Argentina – the list goes on. He hasn’t got any plans for another TV series at the moment – but I’m sure it won’t be long before he’s off on his travels again.

1 Michael Palin has never moved house.
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2 points
READING

2 He worked in Monty Python films before 1989.
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2 points
READING

3 He travelled around the world in 80 days by plane.
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2 points
READING

4 He had Sunday lunch at 5000 metres on a mountain.
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2 points
READING

5 There are three steam trains in Poland.
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2 points
READING

6 Michael hasn’t been to all the countries in South America.
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1 point
GRAMMAR

Unscarmble the words to make sentences

1. argument / Julia / with/ just / an / I’ve / have
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1 point
GRAMMAR

2 at / have / we / school / just / them / see
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1 point
GRAMMAR

3 just / me / my / buy / have / parents / a new camera
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1 point
GRAMMAR

4 an / ever / you / car / have / electric / be / in ?
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1 point
GRAMMAR

5 see / never / train / I / high-speed / have / a
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1 point
GRAMMAR

Complete the second sentence so it has the same meaning as the first.

Use the following words:

loud enough-too many people-enough money-too much noise-too much food


1. It was very crowded at the party.
There were ___________________ there.
18.
1 point
GRAMMAR

2 It’s really noisy in here.
There’s ___________________.
19.
1 point
GRAMMAR

3 I can’t eat everything on my plate. I’m sorry, but you’ve given me ___________________.
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1 point
GRAMMAR

4 They cost $25 and we only have $20.
We don’t have ___________________.
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1 point
GRAMMAR

5 Can you hear the music?
Is the music ___________________?
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1 point
READING


Toby
My favorite place is Hong Kong. I love it. It’s so beautiful – it’s on the ocean, with mountains all around and it’s full of stores, restaurants, and high buildings. Hong Kong never sleeps – it’s always busy and always crowded. Some people don’t like that but I do. It means you can always do things and meet people. And on weekends you can go to the mountains and visit the country parks or the beaches on the small islands. Hong Kong is great – a big, fast city and lovely, quiet countryside … but it’s very, very hot.


Mitra
The place I like most is New Zealand – it really is beautiful. It’s very green, has lots of mountains and snow and beaches, and the weather is good too. The people are friendly and the country isn’t crowded. That’s what I like – lots of big, empty spaces. You can eat well in New Zealand too – lots of fish and meat. And there’s so much to do there. You can go sailing, hiking, skiing, surfing, swimming – all in one day if you want! And the wild animals are fantastic, especially the sea animals like the whales.


Anys
My favorite place? I don’t know. I like lots of things in lots of places. There are the waterfalls in Zimbabwe – Victoria Falls. They’re really spectacular. Then I love the Taj Mahal in India because it’s so beautiful and so romantic. I like Bangkok too because I love shopping in all its markets and it’s a big, busy city, and I love eating there too. Thai food is so good. And Egypt with all its fabulous monuments. No, I don’t have a favorite place. I want to travel until I’ve seen all the countries in the world!

Nicholas
I know the place that I like best – it’s where I live. It isn’t beautiful, it isn’t exciting, there aren’t lots of things to do, there aren’t lots of monuments to look at, but I know it and I know lots of the people. I know where I can go to meet my friends, where the best stores are, what time the movies start, where all my friends live. This is very boring, I know, but that’s fine. The place I like best is my home town. I like traveling but I always want to come back here.


1. 1 Who loves city life?
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1 point
READING

2 Who likes exotic food?
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24.
2 points
READING

3 Who is happy staying at home?
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25.
2 points
READING

4 Who loves seeing the wild animals?
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26.
2 points
READING

5 Who hasn’t found his/her favorite place yet?
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27.
25 points
WRITING

Write about one or two popular places in your city.

Answer the following questions:

What activities can people do in this place?
How old do you think these places are?
How can you get to these places?
What is the thing you most like about these places?
Are there any problems in those places?
Why are they your favorite places?
Say why it/they are famous and what is special about it/them.