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TEST POZIOMUJĄCY

POZIOMY A2 DO B2

A2

READING

Read the short text:

Paul Smith, the young Canadian swimmer, is becoming more and more famous. He has his own teacher, driver and even his own cook. Each time people hear him speak on TV, they can’t believe he is only 13. Paul’s father is an engineer but he is also his son’s manager. He says, “I don’t make Paul do anything he doesn’t want to do. He chooses which competitions to swim in.

Now choose the correct answer A, B or C.

1. A lot of people know who Paul Smith is.
A) RightB) WrongC) DOESN’T SAY

2. Paul has only been on TV once.
A) RightB) WrongC) DOESN’T SAY

3. People think that Greg is older than he really is.
A) RightB) WrongC) DOESN’T SAY

4. Paul’s father works as an engineer three days a week.
A) RightB) WrongC) DOESN’T SAY

5. Paul’s father tells him which races to swim in.
A) RightB) WrongC) DOESN’T SAY

CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD FOR EACH SPACE

1. Most people have seen films ......... robots, but robots are also used in real life.
A) aboutB) inC) overD) like

2. If you want to learn to snowboard, ......... first thing you need to do is book some lessons.
A) aB) theC) oneD) -

3. To get ......... sleep, you should go to bed before 10.30 p.m.
A) anotherB) enoughC) someD) to

4. Americans watch more basketball ......... television than any other sport
A) onB) inC) toD) at

5. Indoor snow schools usually ......... You a snowboard, boots and helmet to wear on your head during lessons.
A) givenB) giveC) givingD) gave

VOCABULARY

Read the descriptions of some words about health and the body. What is the word for each one?

GRAMMAR

Choose the best answer, A, B or C.
1. Diana ......... a lot of time playing volleyball.
A) spendsB) usesC) gives

2. She always ......... tennis in the morning.
A) is playingB) playC) plays

3. His work is much ......... than mine.
A) goodderB) bestC) better

4. I ......... him recently near our house.
A) haven’t seenB) didn’t seeC) haven’t saw

5. You will have much ......... fun learning with other people.
A) manyB) mostC) more

FUNCTIONS

Choose the best reaction in each situation:
1. What about going to the cinema this evening?
A) I really enjoyed it.B) I’m certain.C) I’d love to.

2. I’m sorry I forgot about your birthday.
A) It’s mine.B) It doesn’t matter.C) It won’t be.

3. What’s your teacher like?
A) Maths and tennis.B) Three lessons a week.C) Very nice, I think.

4. I’m hungry. Let’s go for something to eat.
A) Quite sure!B) Good idea!C) It’s great!

5. Can I go out this evening, Mum?
A) Can you tell me which one?B) If you go there first.C) Where do you want to go?

B1

READING

1. Read the short text:

KEEP YOUR BUS TICKET.
TRANSPORT OFFICERS MAY REQUEST TO SEE IT ANY TIME.

Now choose the correct answer A, B or C.
A) If you lose your bus ticket, you should inform a transport officer.B) There could be ticket checks during your bus journey.C) Passengers without a ticket may request one from a transport officer.

2. Read the short text:

TAKE ONE OR TWO TABLETS A DAILY, IN WATER.
THROW AWAY REMAINING MEDICINE AFTER ONE MONTH.

Now choose the correct answer A, B or C.
A) You should take this medicine twice daily a month.B) You should finish all of this medicine within one month.C) You should get rid of any medicine that is left after a month.

3. Read the short text:
PARKING
HOSPITAL VISITORS ONLY
WAITING LIMITED TO TWO HOURS
FOLLOW SIGNS TO STAFF PARKING

Now choose the correct answer A, B or C.
A) Only hospital visitors can park here for longer than two hours.B) Members of hospital staff are allowed to leave their cars here.C) This car park is for people visiting the hospital for a short time.

2. Read the short text:
To: Bill
From: Sonia

Hi
I have to let the theatre know how many tickets are needed. Have you decided yet whether to come with us or not?
Hope so!

Sonia has written the email to
A) find out if Bill wants a theatre ticket.B) tell Bill how many theatre tickets they need.C) remind Bill to get some theatre tickets.

3. Read the short text:
Hunter Museum
closed
Re-opens 15 September
Entry free
Guided tours only
Book early

From 15 September museum visitors
A) will have to join a group.B) will be free to go round alone.C) will have to pay for a tour guide.

CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD FOR EACH SPACE

1. Alpacas are easy to look ......... since they eat grass and are used to low temperatures.
A) atB) afterC) forD) like

2. A horse can drink ......... twenty and forty litres of water a day.
A) fromB) betweenC) aboutD) beyond

3. Over a million tonnes of wool is produced every year, of ......... 60% goes into clothes.
A) whatB) whoseC) whichD) that

4. The Egyptians used nice-smelling oils on their bodies before ......... dressed.
A) takingB) carryingC) puttingD) getting

5. Classical ballet, which is ......... on the toes, is a difficult dance and takes years of training to learn.
A) actedB) playedC) performedD) worked

VOCABULARY

Complete sentences with the correct form of the word given.

GRAMMAR

Choose the best answer, A, B or C.
1. Thrillers are ......... than romantic comedies.
A) the most excitingB) as excitingC) more exciting

2. The students have ......... taken an exam.
A) everB) yetC) just

3. We'd been on safari for about an hour when we ......... our first lion.
A) sawB) had seenC) see

4. If you visit China, you ......... eat with chopsticks, but it is a good idea.
A) mustn'tB) don't have toC) shouldn't

5. The problem is that scientists think that cloud forests will one day .........
A) disappearB) disappearingC) to disappear

FUNCTIONS

Choose the best reaction in each situation:
1. Excuse me. How do we get to the Christmas market?
A) I will. Good luck with it!B) I'm sorry. I don't know.C) Don't mention it.

2. I'm taking the driving test tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed for me.
A) Well done!B) That's all right.C) I will. Good luck with it!

3. May I borrow your umbrella?
A) I'm afraid so. It's necessary.B) Yes, go ahead.C) I won't do that again. Promise!

4. Can I have the bill, please?
A) Certainly. How would you like to pay, sir?B) Actually, we need a bit more time.C) Sorry, the coffee machine is out of order.

5. Are you feeling better now?
A) I've got a bad cough.B) No, it's still very painful.C) She's not feeling well.

B2

READING

1. Read this extract and choose the best answer A,B,C or D.

Arcade video games which you could pay to play in public amusement arcades, were nothing new, but you could play only what you were given. Home computers presented kids with an exciting alterntive and an opportunity for experimenting with games, allowing them to develop their own ideas and impress their friends. By 1981, there were machines which were affordable and able to run games with basic graphics. The games may look laughably easy to video-games players today, but back then they represented a formidable achievement.

What positive impact of home computers is described in the paragraph?
A) People could be more creative with video games.B) People could play video games for the first time.C) People no longer spent money in amusement arcades.D) People did not worry about what others thought of their games.

Read this extract and choose the best answer A,B,C or D.

Rose Frost was just sixteen years old , and she was going to live with her grandmother, Daisy. Rose's family was separating for two years. Jeff, Rose's father, had an assignment overseas, and her mother Dahlia would be joining him, but Rose and her elder sister Amy were staying in England. Amy would spend the next year completing her final school courses, living under the guardianship of the college Head. It was her last year at school so it would have been unfair on Amy to move. To Amy's delight, she had been given the best room at the college, with its own kitchen and study area. The free access to the Internet and phone had also not gone unnoticed. Jeff and Dalhia would be keeping an eye on Amy, whether she liked it or not.

In the paragraph the writer suggests that Rose and Amy's parents
A) seldom took Rose's wishes into account.B) wanted to ensure that Amy was behaving well.C) were keen that Rose's studies should not be disrupted.D) hoped Amy would appreciate the facilities her accommodation offered.

When most people think of a leisurely family vacation, I guess a cross-country adventure through nine western states in the US plus a Canadian province doesn't automatically spring to mind. However, my parents clearly weren't looking to put their feet up as they organized our summer vacation this year. My dad seemed to have taken it upon him himself to plan the modern teenager's worst nightmare: the ultimate family bonding trip. 'Not enough people do this anymore' was the line he and my mother sprouted in the weeks leading up to our vacation as my twin brother and I shot each other horrified glances that screamed, 'Well, there are probably good reasons why!'

In the paragraph Jack suggests that his parents
A) had waited until their sons grew up to make such a long journey.B) wanted to recreate the type of holiday they themselves had once enjoyed.C) were aware that the trip would offer them little chance of relaxation.D) seemed frustrated by their sons' protest about the proposed trip.

USE OF ENGLISH

I. Read the sentences below and decide which answer A,B,C or D best fits each gap.

1. Dreams are ......... stories and pictures that our brains create when we're asleep.
A) basicallyB) naturallyC) regularlyD) necessarily

2. Lacrosse is a team game which ......... in mid-America, probably during the 12th century.
A) generatedB) commencedC) originatedD) formed

3. To many people, winter ......... shorter days and long, dark nights.
A) involvesB) meansC) intendsD) proposes

4. Clothes designers have lots of exciting ideas, but this one is ......... intersting.
A) mainlyB) particularlyC) largelyD) principally

5. Truancy has become a ......... problem in many schools in recent years.
A) seriousB) importantC) growthD) tragic

II. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each sentence to form a word that fits in the gap.

III. Think of the word which best fits in each gap.

C1

CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD OR PHRASE FOR EACH SPACE

1. Never in my whole live ......... so happy
A) HAVE I BEENB) I HAVE BEENC) I WASD) WAS I

2. She wishes he ......... work less. They never spend any time together.
A) HADB) HAVEC) WOULDD) -----

3. She’d better ......... here soon or she’ll miss the opening ceremony.
A) GETB) GOTC) HAVE GOTD) GETTING

4. If you are faced with a difficult problem, set it aside, sleep ......... it and return to it the next day.
A) WITHB) ONC) ABOUTD) -------

5. These materials were, ......... a certain degree, invented by accident.
A) WITHB) BYC) TOD) ON

VOCABULARY

Complete sentences with the correct form of the word given

READING

In a Swedish zoo a chimpanzee called Santino spent his nights breaking up concrete into pieces to throw at visitors during the day. Was he being spiteful? In caves in the US, female bats help unrelated fruit bat mothers if they can’t find the right birthing position. Are they being caring? Fifty years ago, these questions would have been largely seen as irrelevant. Animals had behaviors, the behaviors produced measurable outcomes, and science recorded those outcomes. The idea that animals have consciousness, feelings and moral systems was sloppy and sentimental.

In the paragraph the writer suggests that:
A) some older animal research would now be seen as unscientificB) some animals respond too unpredictably to be included in reliable study dataC) some animal research has come to conclusions that are highly questionableD) some animal behavior is difficult to explain through a traditional approach.

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