Apropiación Knowledge Test 7A Grade

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5 points
LISTENING

Listen to Heidi talking about what school is like for all ages in her home country of Mongolia.

1. She has good study ________. . She always does her homework.
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5 points
LISTENING

2. My study load is quite ________ this year.
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5 points
LISTENING

3. Now let us figure the _______ is bad. When should we leave?
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5 points
LISTENING

4. Rice, salmon and miso is a _______ breakfast in Japan.
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5 points
LISTENING

5. The class was too big so the school split it into two _______.
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3 points
READING

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

English is a West Germanic language originating in England, and the first language for most people in Australia, Canada, the Commonwealth Caribbean, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States of America (also commonly known as the Anglosphere). It is used extensively as a second language and as an official language throughout the world, especially in Commonwealth countries such as India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and South Africa, and in many international organisations.

Modern English is sometimes described as the global lingua franca. English is the dominant international language in communications, science, business, aviation, entertainment, radio and diplomacy. The influence of the British Empire is the primary reason for the initial spread of the language far beyond the British Isles. Following World War II, the growing economic and cultural influence of the United States has significantly accelerated the spread of the language. On an average school day approximately one billion people are learning English in one form or another.

A working knowledge of English is required in certain fields, professions, and occupations. As a result over a billion people speak English at least at a basic level. English is one of six official languages of the United Nations.


1. English is used extensively as a foreign language and as an official language throughout the world.
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3 points
READING

2. The influence of the English Empire is the primary reason for the initial spread of English.
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3 points
READING

4. Over a billion people speak English at least at a basic level.
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READING

5. 5. English is one of the official languages of the United Nations.
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3 points
READING

My favourite instrument

A
My favorite instrument is the saxophone. A special thing about the saxophone: it originally comes from Belgium and so do I! The saxophone makes a great noise, too.

B
The saxophone is made from a material called brass and it’s a wind instrument. You select the buttons or ”keys” to make music while you blow into the mouthpiece.

C
Most kids my age like pop and rock bands like Green Day or Linkin Park, but I prefer to listen to jazz or blues! I have lots of CDs of famous sax players (called saxophonists). My favorites are Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, and David Sanchez.

D
I play the saxophone every day. I’m part of a band with my three friends who are also musicians. Charlie plays the drums, Len plays the guitar, and Domingo sings. We’re not particularly good, but we perform at the school. We also have our own web page: www.saxcity.com

E
When I don’t play the saxophone, I write music with Charlie and Domingo. I write the music and Charlie writes the words. When I’m older, I want to be a famous jazz musician. Mom wants me to go to college though.


Read the text and match the headings with the paragraphs.

1 About the saxophone _________

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3 points
READING

2. What I listen to _________
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3 points
READING

3. My future plans _________
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3 points
READING

4. Why I like the saxophone _________
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3 points
READING

5 Fun with friends _________
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2 points
VOCABULARY

Write the word next to the definition.

1. You can make lunch or dinner with this.
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2 points
VOCABULARY

2. A large piece of furniture in the bedroom. People put clothes in it.
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VOCABULARY

3. A place for two or three people to sit.
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VOCABULARY

4. You sit on one of these in the living room, but not normally in the kitchen
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2 points
VOCABULARY

5. These go in front of a window to make the room dark.
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2 points
GRAMMAR

Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.

1. late for school / sometimes / am / I /
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2 points
GRAMMAR

2. me / do my homework / never / Stella / helps /
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2 points
GRAMMAR

3. pack my bag / to / sometimes / I / forget /
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2 points
GRAMMAR

4. sits / always / in the armchair / My dad /
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2 points
GRAMMAR

5. hardly ever / close / I / the curtains /
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25 points
WRITING

Write one of your family members' daily routines and free time activities too. Include adverbs of frequency, prepositions such as "IN" "ON" and "AT". Also, write about his/her job, age and personality. (8 to 10 lines)