Angol előkészítő 2/2019
Kitöltési határidő: 2019. február 11.
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I. Grammar
Complete the sentences!
1 We __________ British, we’re American.
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2 ‘What’s that?’ ‘It’s __________ identity card.’
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3 __________ your teacher live in London?
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4 I usually get up late __________ Sundays.
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5 I __________ sing, but I can play the guitar.
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6 This bag’s __________. Look! It’s got my name on it.
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7 Is __________ any milk in the fridge?
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8 I’m taller __________ my brother.
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9 ‘Would you like to fly a plane?’ ‘No, I __________.’
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10 I hardly __________ watch TV at the weekend.
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11 She’s my ______________ children’s teacher.
12 They’re _________________________________.
13 I don’t like ________________ up early.
14 My father’s _______________________.
15 ‘Is that his umbrella?’ ‘No, it’s __________.’
16 We don’t have ___________ money.
17 Can we meet ______ Monday evening?
18 Please drive ________________________. The weather’s bad.
19 My father _________________ in a bank.
20 I have ______________ brothers and sisters.
II. What are they doing?
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III. What’s the next word?
third, fourth, _______________
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spring, summer, _______________
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eight hundred, nine hundred, _______________
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ten, twenty, _______________
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Monday, Tuesday, _______________
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IV. Reading
The frozen extremes of the Earth

The Arctic in the north and the Antarctic in the south are at opposite ends of the planet, but they are similar in many ways. Both are lands of ice and snow, where the temperature in winter can be so low that your skin can freeze in seconds – it can be as low as –80°C. Very few animals are able to survive these conditions, but there are some both in the north and in the south. The Arctic has more plants and animals than the Antarctic, including polar bears, the largest bear in the world. In the south there are no land animals because of the extreme cold, but there are penguins and other sea animals that live on or near the coast – although both in the north and the south the sea is frozen for much of the year.

One difference between the Arctic and the Antarctic is the human population. In parts of the Arctic there are towns and villages. Greenland, for example, the largest island in the world, has a population of 55,000 people. Many of these people work in fishing. They have a difficult life. There aren’t many roads between towns and villages, so people travel by snowmobile or with dogs. From November to January it’s dark for 24 hours a day, but from May to July there are 24 hours of daylight. In the Antarctic there are no normal towns and villages. Only scientists live there all year round, in special buildings called ‘stations’. They study the sea animals and learn about the history of the world’s climate by studying the weather and the ice. It’s a hard place to live, especially in winter, but many of them love it there and return again and again.

1. The Antarctic is the coldest place in the world.
2. There aren’t any animals in the Antarctic.
3. No people live in the Antarctic.
4. It is usually –80°C in the Antarctic.
5. The sea in the Antarctic is usually frozen.
6. There aren’t any sea animals in the Arctic.
7. In Greenland, people don’t work in winter.
8. There aren’t many roads in Greenland.
9. In Greenland in October it’s light all the time.
10. There aren’t any buildings in the Antarctic.
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