PRUEBA DE NIVEL DE INGLES
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TELEFONO *
E-MAIL *
GRAMMAR
CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER IN THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS
1. She usually. ...................... dinner at 20.00 o´clock *
2. I think that Peter can ................. it to you *
3. ..................... is a real problem in most urban areas *
4. I can´t afford ......................... shoes. They´re quite expensive *
5. He can´t turn on the TV! He ...................... on the phone *
6. Mark and Neil ............... British. They´re Irish *
7. She ......................... speak any French at all *
8. ......................... through that window? There is a wonderful view *
9. ............... on the Spanish Coast? *
10. Mary drives carefully, ................ I *
11. When Shania left the station it ................. very hard *
12. I ................... pick up the tickets for the opera right now *
13. She ................... an interview with the General Manager next week *
14. Tommy is just my neighbour. He´s not a good friend of ........................... *
15. Don´t you like our washing machine? It´s a present our friends gave .................... for the new house *
16. Are there .................. seats available? Sure, you can choose the one you want *
17. Let´s buy ...................... chips to eat during the match *
18. ...................... answers were possible so I hesitated in the third question of the test *
19. I can´t believe he has sold that .......................... jacket *
20. Cindy is not the ................... girl in my office *
21. The meal I had in Texas was ........................... than the one I had in New York *
22. It was .................. when Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon for the first time *
23. It seemed he was really ........................ when the got home yesterday evening *
24. I can´t understand why he did that easy thing ........................ *
25. Richard ..................... his mobile phone. He left it on that desk again *
26. I didn´t tell anybody where I .................... the money while I was on holiday *
27. How long ................. for your friends? I don´t know *
28. Harry has been smoking ....................... he was 18 years old *
29. That lovely couple have been married .................. 8 years *
30. As I was trying to open the door I notice that I ...................... the right key at the office *
31. It´s been a long time since you have written a business letter. .......................... *
32. Nobody else has been told who will carry that big box. ............................ *
33. ............................. drivers break speed limits on the motorways very often *
34. She wanted me ....................... that strange word in that dictionary *
35. Don´t let your children ........................ in the streets late at night *
36. Has Jim´s son ever been interested ................ museums? *
37. The policeman prevented that old lady ........................ being robbed *
38. She hopes she´ll be able to have dinner with her family ...................... Christmas *
39. We can meet again ................ Saturday night if you wish *
40. Bruce Springsteen, also known as the boss, was born in New jersey ................. 1949 *
41. You ...................... forget what you have learnt at school because it will help you in the future *
42. It seems it´s really cold out there, you ............. take your coat *
43. She is a very absent - minded person so she ............. take the wrong suitcase by mistake *
44. I never .................. comments on my colleague´s work. I don´t like it at all *
45. We´d like to .................... business with your company for the next 4 years at least *
46. Although those budgets ................ by the Sales Manager we´ll study yours as well *
47. If he wants to get that job he shoud ....................... *
48. If you had shut the door, nobody .................. that unpleasant conversation *
49. If you finally tell the truth, your partner ................... a lot of troubles with that sale *
50. I wish I ..................... a smaller car. It is not easy for me to find a place to park *
51. I couldn´t see her .................. any notes during the English class *
52. They both agreed ........................ a powerful torch to go camping *
53. Most historians have admitted .................. about dating Britain´s golden age *
54. She didn´t really know who suggested ....................... to Spain in summer *
55. I eventually remembered ............... that leaflet on the table last night *
56. It´s not worth ................... about rumours *
57. No sooner ................... than it was announced that my plane was cancelled *
58. Although Angie is British she finally got used to ..................... on the right side *
59. Teachers often say that a second language ................. carefully *
60. I would rather .................. my car. You know I don´t like travelling by train *
USE OF ENGLISH. SECTION A: FINDING THE SUITABLE WORD.
CHOOSE THE WORD OR PHRASE WHICH BEST COMPLETES EACH SENTENCE
1. I am ................ studying both History and Law *
2. There was a terrible car crash last night. 20 people were ................. . *
3. The ............ of the New York Orchestra is a very young man *
4. What ............... is your new computer? *
5. I´m afraid we won´t ..................... our holiday in England *
6. Your husband is a brilliant ................. *
7. I was able to ............... a lot of photographs when I travelled to Ireland *
8. Brazil ............. Germany in the final *
9. That big shop was ................. last night *
10. My neighbour was thinking of ................... his flat during the summer *
USE OF ENGLISH. SECTION B: LINKING SENTENCES.
CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD IN ORDER TO JOIN THE TWO SENTENCES GIVEN.
1. John bought a new disc man .............. a couple of CDs *
2. The shop assistant, .................. helped me is off today *
3. I am not going to tell you .................... you have to take on the trip *
4. One the one hand, motorbike racing is a sport that many people like, but ............ there are lots of people who think it´s dangerous *
5. ................. the polls, he didn´t become President of the Government *
6. I promise to phone you .......... I am very busy, all right? *
7. These Company´s shares have decreased .............. the bad economic situation *
8. There has been a big flood in the city. ................. a lot of people might have lost their homes *
9. .................... there was a big traffic jam, They arrived on time *
10. I´ve been invited to that party. ....................... , I´m not going to be there *
USE OF ENGLISH. SECTION C: PHRASAL VERBS.
REPLACE THE WORDS IN QUOTATION MARKS BY ONE OF THE PHRASAL VERBS GIVEN.
1. I "returned" home this morning but everybody was gone *
2. There was a breakout in the underground and we had to "leave" the train *
3. I often "get out of bed" at 9:00 *
4. You should "stop" smoking. It´s really dangerous for your health *
5. Let me "find" that word in the dictionary *
6. Pens provided by the School to fill in the test must not be "removed" *
7. The meeting had to be "postponed" because of the bad weather *
8. Unfortunately, tomorrow´s meeting was "cancelled a" few hours ago *
9. I´m afraid that he has not "assumed" his responsibilities yet *
10. She is not sure whether she´ll "pass" the exam or not *
USE OF ENGLISH. SECTION D: IDIOMS.
FIND THE CORRECT IDIOM FOR THE DEFINITION GIVEN.
1. When you visit a foreign place try to behave as the local people do *
2. Doing something while you are not being watched *
3. All bad things can have a good side *
4. Spending a lot of money on something *
5. To make somebody feel angry *
READING COMPREHENSION. READ THE FOLLOWING EXTRACT CAREFULLY AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
In 1970, a man called Spencer Silver was working as a research chemist with the American 3M Corporation. He was working on adhesives and he was asked to create the strongest glue on the market. However, by accident he developed one that could be used on any material without leaving any mark at all. Nobody at 3M showed any interest in that glue until ten years later a colleague of his, Arthur Fry, made use of the adhesive to keep pieces of paper in a book. Sílver´s invention had finally found a use. The surprising thing came when the company he had been working for marketed small blank notes with that glue along one edge. Those notes were called "Post it notes". Nowadays, which office can do without them?
1. Who was asked to create the strongest glue on the market? *
2. Was Silver´s invention something that was previously planned? *
3. Was the company 3M interested in that weak glue? *
4. What did Arthur Fry do? *
5. What was the main characteristic of the "Post it notes" *
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