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Konkurs gramatyczno - leksykalny - etap szkolny

KONKURS GRAMATYCZNO- LEKSYKLANY
„Z JĘZYKIEM OBCYM NA TY”- ETAP SZKOLNY

GOOD LUCK!!! 

Name and surname ........................................, Class............, Score ......../50

I. Choose the correct answer- a, b or c.

1. Yes, I’m really busy. I ............................. on a school project for tomorrow.
a) work b) will work c) am working
2. Please give me a minute. I ................................ the last exercise, yet.
a) haven’t been finished b) haven’t finished c) didn’t finish
3. If I were you, I ............................... too much about Matt. He’ll be just fine.
a) would worry b) wouldn’t worry c) don’t be worried
4. Yes, we’ve done it all ........................... . We’re really proud.
a) ourselves b) ourself c) for yourselves
5. Have you read .................................... interesting recently?
a) any book b) something c) anything
6. There weren’t ..................................... people at the party. It was rather quiet in fact.
a) no b) many c) lots of
7. I just want to know if ................................... at Janet’s party tomorrow.
a) will you be b) will be you c) you will be
8. Wojtek really wants to study in .................................. United Kingdom.
a) the b) a c) –
9. Jill told her friends .................................... for her after the concert.
a) to not wait b) not to wait c) to wait not
10. Our new history teacher, ................................ has just arrived, seems to be really nice.
a) which b) – c) who
11. No, I don’t think the new gym ................................ soon.
a) will be renovated b) won’t be renovated c) is renovated
12. Gosh, if we ........................... him, he won’t know what to do.
a) caught b) don’t catch c) won’t catch
13. She stopped .............................. and started a new hobby.
a) to jog b) jogging c) her jog
14. It .............................. very long to get there at this time of day. There is very little trafiic.
a) isn’t taking b) doesn’t take c) doesn’t have to take
15. Could you do ................................... shopping in the afternoon? We need some food for dinner.
a) some b) any c) a
16. ’’God Save the Queen” is the title for:
a) the song by The Beatles b) the national anthem c) the popular song performed during the New Years Eve
17. The capital city of Wales is:
a) Cardiff b) Edinburgh c) London
18. The symbol of England is:
a) leek b) rose c) thistle
19. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on the:
a) 5th November b) 1st April c) 17th March
20. Two most famous univerities in England are:
a) Cambridge and London b) Cambridge and Oxford c) Oxford and London

II. Complete the dialogues choosing one of the three possibilities given- a, b, or c.

1. X: I’m really worried about the maths test tomorrow.
Y: .............................
a) Well, go along!
b) I’ll keep my fingers crossed!
c) Are you worried?
2. X: .............................
Y: That’s because I don’t eat any sweets.
a) How’s everything?
b) You look just great!
c) What’s your favourite kind of snack food?
3. X: I would like to book a room for Tuesday night.
Y: ..............................
X: That’s excellent, thank you.
a) No problem, the book has just arrived.
b) I’ve heard you can book it for us.
c) Certainly. We’ve got some free rooms.

III. Choose the best response- a, b or c.

1. Kolegę ze Szkocji zaproś na dziś wieczór do kina.
a) Would you like to go to the cinema tonight?
b) Do you go to the cinema in the evening?
c) Are you going to the cinema tonight?
2. Obiecaj koleżance, że zadzwonisz do niej po lekcjach.
a) Shall I give you a ring after school?
b) I’ll call you after school.
c) Why don’t I ring you after school?
3. Zapytaj znajomą jak się czuje jej młodszy brat.
a) What is your little brother like?
b) How’s your little brother?
c) How do you feel about your little brother?

IV. Complete the sentences using the appropiate forms of the words in brackets.

1. Our company helps ........................................ (EMPLOY) people find new jobs.
2. Can you hear that ........................... (LAUGH)? It’s John watching his favourite comedy show.
3. You need a lot of ........................................ (IMAGINE) to write a good story.
4. John’s ........................................ (KNOW) of history is amazing for a boy of his age.
5. This is a picture of the beach but you can see our hotel in the .................................. (BACK).
6. You can’t go hunting without a licence. It’s ........................................ (LEGAL).
7. I don’t know why you’re so afraid of spiders. They’re completely ........................ (HARM).
8. I don’t think Steve will ever grow out of his ........................................ (CHILD) behaviour.

V. Read the text and fill in the gaps to make it gramatical and logical.

The cinema is not as popular as it used to ............ (1) several years ago. People can watch films on video or on television now. On television we have ......... . (2) large range of programmes. However, there are still ............ (3) film fans who ........... (4) watching pictures on the big ............ (5). Besides, all “A” class films can be seen first at the cinema and then, after at least six months on video or on cable and satellite TV. Before going to the cinema to see a good film, you usually have to stand in a long ............. (6) to buy a ticket. We often know what the film is ............ (7) from reviews in the newspapers, so we can .............. (8) the one we want to see. Going to the cinema is usually a good ................ (9) to relax and spend some time with our friends enjoying ............... (10).
VI. Read the text and match the headings (A-F) to the fragments (1-6). Write the letter next to the number. There is one extra heading.
AIRPORT WORK
A. Cleaner
B. Baggage handler
C. Security guard
D. Engineer
E. Terminal duty manager
F. Waiter
1.
I deal with all kinds of things – including passenger complaints, VIP and celebrities visits, air conditioning failures and terminal staff contracts. You’ll see me walking around the airport and talking to people on my mobile.
2.
I have to be really fit doing this job, because I have to carry a lot of bags and suitcases every day and put them on the baggage trucks. I like people I work with, but I can’t stand shift work – I hate working at nights
3.
There are many different problems I have to manage – ventilation, escalators, lifts – I get really busy sometimes. I don’t fix it all by myself, of course – I have to manage a team of manual workers.
4.
It’s not as interesting or dangerous as people think. There are many rules and procedures I have to follow when we check people’s documents and baggage. My work can be quite physical – sometimes I have to deal with passengers who are drunk or violent and that’s not nice.
5.
I work shifts, but it’s ok with me. We often get super busy, especially when there’s a delay and many hungry and thirsty people come over to kill time and their hunger.
6.
The heading doesn’t match.

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