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1.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Choose the correct options to complete the text.

I’d never really had any problems managing my money. My mother works for a bank and she taught me that it’s important to have a healthy (1) debt / bank account / loan. She said, ‘You should never borrow money that you can’t (2) withdraw / inherit / pay back easily.’ She opened an account for me when I was five and I even had my own bank card! I was so pleased to have an account that I (3) saved / owed / invested any money that I got for my birthdays or the holidays. Then, a few years ago, my great aunt died and I (4) owed / inherited / raised some money. My mother encouraged me to (5) invest / donate / raise my money in a new online business she’d heard about and it was good advice because I made a lot more money from it!

Answer for 1: ____ Write the complete word, do not use capital letter
2.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Choose the correct options to complete the text.

I’d never really had any problems managing my money. My mother works for a bank and she taught me that it’s important to have a healthy (1) debt / bank account / loan. She said, ‘You should never borrow money that you can’t (2) withdraw / inherit / pay back easily.’ She opened an account for me when I was five and I even had my own bank card! I was so pleased to have an account that I (3) saved / owed / invested any money that I got for my birthdays or the holidays. Then, a few years ago, my great aunt died and I (4) owed / inherited / raised some money. My mother encouraged me to (5) invest / donate / raise my money in a new online business she’d heard about and it was good advice because I made a lot more money from it!

Answer for 2: ____ Write the complete word, do not use capital letter
3.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Choose the correct options to complete the text.

I’d never really had any problems managing my money. My mother works for a bank and she taught me that it’s important to have a healthy (1) debt / bank account / loan. She said, ‘You should never borrow money that you can’t (2) withdraw / inherit / pay back easily.’ She opened an account for me when I was five and I even had my own bank card! I was so pleased to have an account that I (3) saved / owed / invested any money that I got for my birthdays or the holidays. Then, a few years ago, my great aunt died and I (4) owed / inherited / raised some money. My mother encouraged me to (5) invest / donate / raise my money in a new online business she’d heard about and it was good advice because I made a lot more money from it!

Answer for 3: ____ Write the complete word, do not use capital letter
4.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Choose the correct options to complete the text.

I’d never really had any problems managing my money. My mother works for a bank and she taught me that it’s important to have a healthy (1) debt / bank account / loan. She said, ‘You should never borrow money that you can’t (2) withdraw / inherit / pay back easily.’ She opened an account for me when I was five and I even had my own bank card! I was so pleased to have an account that I (3) saved / owed / invested any money that I got for my birthdays or the holidays. Then, a few years ago, my great aunt died and I (4) owed / inherited / raised some money. My mother encouraged me to (5) invest / donate / raise my money in a new online business she’d heard about and it was good advice because I made a lot more money from it!

Answer for 4: ____ Write the complete word, do not use capital letter
5.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Choose the correct options to complete the text.

I’d never really had any problems managing my money. My mother works for a bank and she taught me that it’s important to have a healthy (1) debt / bank account / loan. She said, ‘You should never borrow money that you can’t (2) withdraw / inherit / pay back easily.’ She opened an account for me when I was five and I even had my own bank card! I was so pleased to have an account that I (3) saved / owed / invested any money that I got for my birthdays or the holidays. Then, a few years ago, my great aunt died and I (4) owed / inherited / raised some money. My mother encouraged me to (5) invest / donate / raise my money in a new online business she’d heard about and it was good advice because I made a lot more money from it!

Answer for 5: ____ Write the complete word, do not use capital letter
6.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words from the lesson about personalities.

I’m very (6) ____________ for my mother’s help and advice. I know lots of other teenagers who haven’t got any idea about managing their money. However, when I think about my childhood, I sometimes think that it wasn’t healthy to be so interested in money. For one thing, it can be quite (7) ____________ if you have to manage different bank accounts and investments. There were also (8) ____________ trips to the bank – sometimes two or three times a week! I think that in the last couple of years, I’ve realized that it’s (9) ____________ having lots of money in the bank if you never have a good time. So now I go out a lot more with my friends and I’m a lot less (10) ____________ with my money but I think I’m a happier

Answer for 6: ____ Write the full word, do not use capital letter
7.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words from the lesson about personalities.

I’m very (6) ____________ for my mother’s help and advice. I know lots of other teenagers who haven’t got any idea about managing their money. However, when I think about my childhood, I sometimes think that it wasn’t healthy to be so interested in money. For one thing, it can be quite (7) ____________ if you have to manage different bank accounts and investments. There were also (8) ____________ trips to the bank – sometimes two or three times a week! I think that in the last couple of years, I’ve realized that it’s (9) ____________ having lots of money in the bank if you never have a good time. So now I go out a lot more with my friends and I’m a lot less (10) ____________ with my money but I think I’m a happier

Answer for 7: ____ Write the full word, do not use capital letter
8.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words from the lesson about personalities.

I’m very (6) ____________ for my mother’s help and advice. I know lots of other teenagers who haven’t got any idea about managing their money. However, when I think about my childhood, I sometimes think that it wasn’t healthy to be so interested in money. For one thing, it can be quite (7) ____________ if you have to manage different bank accounts and investments. There were also (8) ____________ trips to the bank – sometimes two or three times a week! I think that in the last couple of years, I’ve realized that it’s (9) ____________ having lots of money in the bank if you never have a good time. So now I go out a lot more with my friends and I’m a lot less (10) ____________ with my money but I think I’m a happier

Answer for 8: ____ Write the full word, do not use capital letter
9.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words from the lesson about personalities.

I’m very (6) ____________ for my mother’s help and advice. I know lots of other teenagers who haven’t got any idea about managing their money. However, when I think about my childhood, I sometimes think that it wasn’t healthy to be so interested in money. For one thing, it can be quite (7) ____________ if you have to manage different bank accounts and investments. There were also (8) ____________ trips to the bank – sometimes two or three times a week! I think that in the last couple of years, I’ve realized that it’s (9) ____________ having lots of money in the bank if you never have a good time. So now I go out a lot more with my friends and I’m a lot less (10) ____________ with my money but I think I’m a happier

Answer for 9: ____ Write the full word, do not use capital letter
10.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words from the lesson about personalities.

I’m very (6) ____________ for my mother’s help and advice. I know lots of other teenagers who haven’t got any idea about managing their money. However, when I think about my childhood, I sometimes think that it wasn’t healthy to be so interested in money. For one thing, it can be quite (7) ____________ if you have to manage different bank accounts and investments. There were also (8) ____________ trips to the bank – sometimes two or three times a week! I think that in the last couple of years, I’ve realized that it’s (9) ____________ having lots of money in the bank if you never have a good time. So now I go out a lot more with my friends and I’m a lot less (10) ____________ with my money but I think I’m a happier

Answer for 10: ____ Write the full word, do not use capital letter
11.
3 points
Complete with the correct tense of the verbs.

11
It will be easier for all of us if we _____ together. (work)
12
The dog barks if it _____ a noise outside.(hear)
13
You will never succeed if you ______ harder. (try)
14
If you buy more than one piece of clothing in that shop, _______ you a discount. (give)
15
If it rains tomorrow, we _______ play volleyball. (be able to)

Answer for 11: _____ Do not use capital letter, write the sentence for the blank. if necessary use the bottom next to numer 0 for contractions.
12.
3 points
Complete with the correct tense of the verbs.

11
It will be easier for all of us if we _____ together. (work)
12
The dog barks if it _____ a noise outside.(hear)
13
You will never succeed if you ______ harder. (try)
14
If you buy more than one piece of clothing in that shop, _______ you a discount. (give)
15
If it rains tomorrow, we _______ play volleyball. (be able to)

Answer for 12: _____ Do not use capital letter, write the sentence for the blank. if necessary use the bottom next to numer 0 for contractions.
13.
3 points
Complete with the correct tense of the verbs.

11
It will be easier for all of us if we _____ together. (work)
12
The dog barks if it _____ a noise outside.(hear)
13
You will never succeed if you ______ harder. (try)
14
If you buy more than one piece of clothing in that shop, _______ you a discount. (give)
15
If it rains tomorrow, we _______ play volleyball. (be able to)

Answer for 13: _____ Do not use capital letter, write the sentence for the blank. if necessary use the bottom next to numer 0 for contractions.
14.
3 points
Complete with the correct tense of the verbs.

11
It will be easier for all of us if we _____ together. (work)
12
The dog barks if it _____ a noise outside.(hear)
13
You will never succeed if you ______ harder. (try)
14
If you buy more than one piece of clothing in that shop, _______ you a discount. (give)
15
If it rains tomorrow, we _______ play volleyball. (be able to)

Answer for 14: _____ Do not use capital letter, write the sentence for the blank. if necessary use the bottom next to numer 0 for contractions.
15.
3 points
Complete with the correct tense of the verbs.

11
It will be easier for all of us if we _____ together. (work)
12
The dog barks if it _____ a noise outside.(hear)
13
You will never succeed if you ______ harder. (try)
14
If you buy more than one piece of clothing in that shop, _______ you a discount. (give)
15
If it rains tomorrow, we _______ play volleyball. (be able to)

Answer for 15: _____ Do not use capital letter, write the sentence for the blank. Use the bottom next to numer 0 for this contraction.
16.
3 points
Complete the sentences with the correct third conditional form of the words in brackets.

11
I might have come bowling with you if ______________________________ me a bit of warning. (you / give)
12
If my parents ______________________________ to Mexico, I might have grown up in Spain! (not / move)
13
We wouldn't have invented the computer if we ______________________________ electricity. (not / have)
14
If you hadn't told me about the essay, I ______________________________ . (not / remember)
15
If there hadn't been a doctor there, we ______________________________ . (might / die)

Anwer for 11: ______ Do not use capital letter at any case. Use contractions when necessary and then use the sign next to the number 0 fro it.
17.
3 points
Complete the sentences with the correct third conditional form of the words in brackets.

11
I might have come bowling with you if ______________________________ me a bit of warning. (you / give)
12
If my parents ______________________________ to Mexico, I might have grown up in Spain! (not / move)
13
We wouldn't have invented the computer if we ______________________________ electricity. (not / have)
14
If you hadn't told me about the essay, I ______________________________ . (not / remember)
15
If there hadn't been a doctor there, we ______________________________ . (might / die)

Anwer for 12: ______ Do not use capital letter at any case. Use contractions when necessary and then use the sign next to the number 0 fro it.
18.
3 points
Complete the sentences with the correct third conditional form of the words in brackets.

11
I might have come bowling with you if ______________________________ me a bit of warning. (you / give)
12
If my parents ______________________________ to Mexico, I might have grown up in Spain! (not / move)
13
We wouldn't have invented the computer if we ______________________________ electricity. (not / have)
14
If you hadn't told me about the essay, I ______________________________ . (not / remember)
15
If there hadn't been a doctor there, we ______________________________ . (might / die)

Anwer for 13: ______ Do not use capital letter at any case. Use contractions when necessary and then use the sign next to the number 0 fro it.
19.
3 points
Complete the sentences with the correct third conditional form of the words in brackets.

11
I might have come bowling with you if ______________________________ me a bit of warning. (you / give)
12
If my parents ______________________________ to Mexico, I might have grown up in Spain! (not / move)
13
We wouldn't have invented the computer if we ______________________________ electricity. (not / have)
14
If you hadn't told me about the essay, I ______________________________ . (not / remember)
15
If there hadn't been a doctor there, we ______________________________ . (might / die)

Anwer for 14: ______ Do not use capital letter at any case. Use contractions when necessary and then use the sign next to the number 0 fro it.
20.
3 points
Complete the sentences with the correct third conditional form of the words in brackets.

11
I might have come bowling with you if ______________________________ me a bit of warning. (you / give)
12
If my parents ______________________________ to Mexico, I might have grown up in Spain! (not / move)
13
We wouldn't have invented the computer if we ______________________________ electricity. (not / have)
14
If you hadn't told me about the essay, I ______________________________ . (not / remember)
15
If there hadn't been a doctor there, we ______________________________ . (might / die)

Anwer for 15: ______ Do not use capital letter at any case. Use contractions when necessary and then use the sign next to the number 0 fro it.
21.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

1 At first it seemed that the birds which were affected by the oil
spill were ____ .
A not in great danger
B in such great danger they couldn't be saved
C able to help themselves

2 Olivia's idea was to ____ .
A donate her allowance to the rescuers
B write letters to companies asking for money to help rescuers
C use a talent to raise money for the rescuers

3 After Olivia got a profile on a famous website, people started ____ .
A volunteering
B giving lots of money
C setting up charities

4 Olivia had originally expected ____ than she actually did.
A to collect less money
B to sell more pictures
C to rescue more birds

5 The most important point in paragraph [2] is that Olivia ____ .
A wrote a letter to the rescue organisation
B thought of a way to raise money for the rescue
C was good at drawing

6 The most important point in paragraph [3] is that ____ .
A Olivia collected $200,000 B the organisation was grateful for the money C an internet company approached Olivia 7 The most important point in paragraph [4] is that Olivia ____ . A posted a video on the net B thought she'd be lucky to raise$500
C says that anybody can make a difference in the world

Answer for 1: ___________ Write the chosen letter, do not sue capital letter
22.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

1 At first it seemed that the birds which were affected by the oil
spill were ____ .
A not in great danger
B in such great danger they couldn't be saved
C able to help themselves

2 Olivia's idea was to ____ .
A donate her allowance to the rescuers
B write letters to companies asking for money to help rescuers
C use a talent to raise money for the rescuers

3 After Olivia got a profile on a famous website, people started ____ .
A volunteering
B giving lots of money
C setting up charities

4 Olivia had originally expected ____ than she actually did.
A to collect less money
B to sell more pictures
C to rescue more birds

5 The most important point in paragraph [2] is that Olivia ____ .
A wrote a letter to the rescue organisation
B thought of a way to raise money for the rescue
C was good at drawing

6 The most important point in paragraph [3] is that ____ .
A Olivia collected $200,000 B the organisation was grateful for the money C an internet company approached Olivia 7 The most important point in paragraph [4] is that Olivia ____ . A posted a video on the net B thought she'd be lucky to raise$500
C says that anybody can make a difference in the world

Answer for 2: ___________ Write the chosen letter, do not sue capital letter
23.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

1 At first it seemed that the birds which were affected by the oil
spill were ____ .
A not in great danger
B in such great danger they couldn't be saved
C able to help themselves

2 Olivia's idea was to ____ .
A donate her allowance to the rescuers
B write letters to companies asking for money to help rescuers
C use a talent to raise money for the rescuers

3 After Olivia got a profile on a famous website, people started ____ .
A volunteering
B giving lots of money
C setting up charities

4 Olivia had originally expected ____ than she actually did.
A to collect less money
B to sell more pictures
C to rescue more birds

5 The most important point in paragraph [2] is that Olivia ____ .
A wrote a letter to the rescue organisation
B thought of a way to raise money for the rescue
C was good at drawing

6 The most important point in paragraph [3] is that ____ .
A Olivia collected $200,000 B the organisation was grateful for the money C an internet company approached Olivia 7 The most important point in paragraph [4] is that Olivia ____ . A posted a video on the net B thought she'd be lucky to raise$500
C says that anybody can make a difference in the world

Answer for 3: ___________ Write the chosen letter, do not sue capital letter
24.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

1 At first it seemed that the birds which were affected by the oil
spill were ____ .
A not in great danger
B in such great danger they couldn't be saved
C able to help themselves

2 Olivia's idea was to ____ .
A donate her allowance to the rescuers
B write letters to companies asking for money to help rescuers
C use a talent to raise money for the rescuers

3 After Olivia got a profile on a famous website, people started ____ .
A volunteering
B giving lots of money
C setting up charities

4 Olivia had originally expected ____ than she actually did.
A to collect less money
B to sell more pictures
C to rescue more birds

5 The most important point in paragraph [2] is that Olivia ____ .
A wrote a letter to the rescue organisation
B thought of a way to raise money for the rescue
C was good at drawing

6 The most important point in paragraph [3] is that ____ .
A Olivia collected $200,000 B the organisation was grateful for the money C an internet company approached Olivia 7 The most important point in paragraph [4] is that Olivia ____ . A posted a video on the net B thought she'd be lucky to raise$500
C says that anybody can make a difference in the world

Answer for 4: ___________ Write the chosen letter, do not sue capital letter
25.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

1 At first it seemed that the birds which were affected by the oil
spill were ____ .
A not in great danger
B in such great danger they couldn't be saved
C able to help themselves

2 Olivia's idea was to ____ .
A donate her allowance to the rescuers
B write letters to companies asking for money to help rescuers
C use a talent to raise money for the rescuers

3 After Olivia got a profile on a famous website, people started ____ .
A volunteering
B giving lots of money
C setting up charities

4 Olivia had originally expected ____ than she actually did.
A to collect less money
B to sell more pictures
C to rescue more birds

5 The most important point in paragraph [2] is that Olivia ____ .
A wrote a letter to the rescue organisation
B thought of a way to raise money for the rescue
C was good at drawing

6 The most important point in paragraph [3] is that ____ .
A Olivia collected $200,000 B the organisation was grateful for the money C an internet company approached Olivia 7 The most important point in paragraph [4] is that Olivia ____ . A posted a video on the net B thought she'd be lucky to raise$500
C says that anybody can make a difference in the world

Answer for 5: ___________ Write the chosen letter, do not sue capital letter
26.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

1 At first it seemed that the birds which were affected by the oil
spill were ____ .
A not in great danger
B in such great danger they couldn't be saved
C able to help themselves

2 Olivia's idea was to ____ .
A donate her allowance to the rescuers
B write letters to companies asking for money to help rescuers
C use a talent to raise money for the rescuers

3 After Olivia got a profile on a famous website, people started ____ .
A volunteering
B giving lots of money
C setting up charities

4 Olivia had originally expected ____ than she actually did.
A to collect less money
B to sell more pictures
C to rescue more birds

5 The most important point in paragraph [2] is that Olivia ____ .
A wrote a letter to the rescue organisation
B thought of a way to raise money for the rescue
C was good at drawing

6 The most important point in paragraph [3] is that ____ .
A Olivia collected $200,000 B the organisation was grateful for the money C an internet company approached Olivia 7 The most important point in paragraph [4] is that Olivia ____ . A posted a video on the net B thought she'd be lucky to raise$500
C says that anybody can make a difference in the world

Answer for 6: ___________ Write the chosen letter, do not sue capital letter
27.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

1 At first it seemed that the birds which were affected by the oil
spill were ____ .
A not in great danger
B in such great danger they couldn't be saved
C able to help themselves

2 Olivia's idea was to ____ .
A donate her allowance to the rescuers
B write letters to companies asking for money to help rescuers
C use a talent to raise money for the rescuers

3 After Olivia got a profile on a famous website, people started ____ .
A volunteering
B giving lots of money
C setting up charities

4 Olivia had originally expected ____ than she actually did.
A to collect less money
B to sell more pictures
C to rescue more birds

5 The most important point in paragraph [2] is that Olivia ____ .
A wrote a letter to the rescue organisation
B thought of a way to raise money for the rescue
C was good at drawing

6 The most important point in paragraph [3] is that ____ .
A Olivia collected $200,000 B the organisation was grateful for the money C an internet company approached Olivia 7 The most important point in paragraph [4] is that Olivia ____ . A posted a video on the net B thought she'd be lucky to raise$500
C says that anybody can make a difference in the world

Answer for 7: ___________ Write the chosen letter, do not sue capital letter
28.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

Complete the summary. Write two or three words in each gap. Use
words from the text only.

happened when oil spilt into the sea and put the lives of sea birds in
danger. Olivia, who has a talent for drawing, had an idea to sell
(8) __________ and give the money to an organisation that was rescuing
the birds. In the end she was able to raise around (9) __________ in
total for the organisation, which used the funds to support their
rescue effort. Olivia believes that all people, including kids, are able to
(10) __________ if they want to.

Answer for 8: _____ Write the word, or words, quantities in letter please. Do not use capital letter
29.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

Complete the summary. Write two or three words in each gap. Use
words from the text only.

happened when oil spilt into the sea and put the lives of sea birds in
danger. Olivia, who has a talent for drawing, had an idea to sell
(8) __________ and give the money to an organisation that was rescuing
the birds. In the end she was able to raise around (9) __________ in
total for the organisation, which used the funds to support their
rescue effort. Olivia believes that all people, including kids, are able to
(10) __________ if they want to.

Answer for 9: _____ Write the word, or words, quantities in letter please. Do not use capital letter
30.
3 points

Amazing Ideas: Olivia Bouler and the Pelicans

11-year-old Olivia Bouler had loved birds since the age of four, so when she found out about an environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 she knew she needed to do something.
[1] A terrible accident had caused a lot of oil to spill into the sea. Some of the animals that suffered most were sea birds, such as brown pelicans. If these birds get only a little bit of the sticky oil onto their feathers, they
can't fly; and most of the pelicans in the Gulf of Mexico had been covered in oil. It seemed to be a hopeless situation.

[2] However Olivia really wanted to do something to help and she had an idea. She was good at drawing birds and she thought that if she started selling pictures, she could donate the profits to an organisation that was
trying to rescue the helpless pelicans. She wrote a letter to the organisation and asked for their permission to help. Then she set up a page on a social networking site to raise money by selling her drawings.

[3] A big internet company saw her page and approached her, offering her a profile on their website. She agreed, and thousands of people started buying her pictures and donating generously to save the birds
affected by the disaster. She managed to raise $200,000 and the members of the organisation she donated it to were very grateful. [4] In a video she posted on the internet, Olivia explained how at first she thought the project would raise maybe$500, but it just kept getting bigger and bigger. She left viewers with an important message, saying:
"Kids can do it. Kids can change the world, and my story just proves it. If I can, you can – anybody can."

Complete the summary. Write two or three words in each gap. Use
words from the text only.

happened when oil spilt into the sea and put the lives of sea birds in
danger. Olivia, who has a talent for drawing, had an idea to sell
(8) __________ and give the money to an organisation that was rescuing
the birds. In the end she was able to raise around (9) __________ in
total for the organisation, which used the funds to support their
rescue effort. Olivia believes that all people, including kids, are able to
(10) __________ if they want to.

Answer for 10: _____ Write the word, or words, quantities in letter please.
31.
20 points
WRITING QUESTION
Write a short text for a poster. The poster is for an appeal your school is doing for a charity that helps young people who are homeless. Write 10 or more sentences.

Write:
 an attention-grabbing title.
Then say:
 what your appeal is for (the charity’s name and what it does).
 what your aim is (how much money you want to raise).
 what you would do with the money.
 how people can help (eg giving money or volunteering to help at a
fundraising event).