Sol2e Int Cumulative Test A 1-5


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Name: ___________________________________________

Grammar

1


1

Which student in your class ____________ (achieve) the most by the year 2025?

2

I ____________ (learn) Frenc
h since I was eight, but I’m still not fluent.

3

My best friend called while I ____________ (do) my homework.

4

Hurry up! Eric and Vince ____________ (meet) us in fifteen minutes.

5

Please use English. Paul ____
________ (not understand) Spanish
, I’m afraid.

6

The
watch I’m wearing once ____________ (belong) to my great
-
grandfather.

7

The Vikings ____________ (already / sail) to America when Columbus arrived in 1492.

8

This time next month, Christina and Bill ____________ (lie) on a beach in the Maldives.

9

What career do

you think your sister ____________ (choose) after she graduates?

10

I ____________ (know) Dave all my life


he’s still my best friend after all these years.

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2

Choose the correct answers.

1

When my sister and I were young, my parents ____________
us h
iking every weekend.

a


use to take


b


used to take

c


used to taking

d


were taking

2

Dave looks terrible. He’s really nervous about his exam
,

____________

a


hasn’t he?


b


isn’t it?


c


isn’t he?


d


is he?

3

Your cousin looks ____________ you. You could b
e sisters!

a


just as though

b


as if



c


just like


d


alike

4

Patrick, ____________ girlfriend is Spanish, has appli
ed for a scholarship in Madrid.

a


his



b

who’s


c


which


d


whose

5

If you memorise a long number in smaller parts, you ____________ be

a
ble to recall it more
easily.

a


would


b


will



c


would have


d


have

6

We sold our old school books ____________
raise money for charity.

a


as a result of


b


so that


c

in order to


d

for

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3

Choose the correct words.

1

When I see homeless people,

I can’t help
to feel

/
feeling

sad about their lives.

2

Maths,
that

/
which

I can’t stand, is not an easy subject to learn.

3

When I said your paintings were unusual, I didn’t mean
to criticise

/
criticising

them.

4

Pay attention, John! I explained everything t
o you half an hour
ago

/
since
.

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Vocabulary

4


1

I refuse to join any social
-
__________ sites. They ask you to reveal

too much personal
information.

2

I don’t understand why my sister lov
es wearing high
-
__________ shoes. My feet hurt when I put
them on.

3

Karen didn’t bat an eye__________ when the sales assistant told her the price of the ring.

4

When James

was living in Southampton, he often felt home__________

. He really missed
Scotland
.

5

Ricky wants to earn some money while he is studying at college, so he’s looking for a(n)
__________
-
time job.

6

Waterloo is one of history’s most famous __________fields, where Napoleon was finally
defeated.

7

My mum had a bit of a head__________

, so I told

her to take an aspirin.

8

My friends think I’m old
-
__________

because I don’t have a mobile phone.

9

Jill works as a flight __________

, but she doesn’t see much of the countries she travels to.

10

I can’t access the school website. I know my password but I’ve

forgotten my _________name.

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5


1

The job was so difficult that I was __________ to complete it. (ability)

2

The instructions were very complicated and I got __________

. (confusion
)

3

In the future, we may have the technology to grow body parts to replace __________ organs.
(damage)

4

Kathy is a great person to work with. She’s really __________

. (co
-
operate)

5

Dennis went to see a doctor with a __________ wrist. (sprain)

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Comp

1

My English penfriend came to pick me _______ from Heathrow Airport.

2

As a member of the
s
ales team, it’s Brian’s responsibility to deal _______ customers.

3

Tim isn’t a close friend, so I would never stick my neck _______

for him.

4

You have to plug _______ your mobile phone to charge the battery.

5

I was so upset by the news that I broke _______ and cried in front of everyone.

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Use of English

7


It’s hard to d
ecide what career
1
____
when you leave school or university, unless you have a strong interest or
e
n,
2
____
is a freelance wildlife and documentary cameraman, has always
had a passion for filming underwater
, all over the wo
rld
. He was born in Scotland in 1951 and
3
____
marine
biology at university. After he graduated, he spent some years
4
____
different diving jobs around the world.
Then, in 1976, he went to the Antarctic to work
5
____
a research diver. There, he helped sci
entists carry out
underwater studies beneath the ice. His career took a new direction in 1987 when he travelled to the Antarctic
6
____
the award
-
winning documentary films
The Blue Planet
,
Planet Earth

and
Life
. Doug has made other
films
7
____
then
,

includi
ng films in the Andes, in the deserts of Africa and on Mount Everest. Apart from
filming, he
8
____
many articles for magazines and even some children's books. So, what qualities can help you
become a successful wildlife cameraman like Doug Allen? For a sta
rt, you have to be
9
____
to succeed: film
10
____
to be fit

in order to explore

all those amazing places.


1

A


follow


B


followi
ng


C


followed


D


to follow

2

A


which


B


who



C


whose


D


where

3

A

had studied


B

st
udied


C

was studying

D

studying

4

A


to do



B

doing


C


do



D


done

5

A

as



B


by



C


to



D


on

6

A


film



B


filming


C


to film


D


was filming

7

A


for



B


ago



C


since


D



8

A


wrote


B


had written


C


was writing


D


has written

9

A


determined


B


determination

C


determine


D


determining

10

A


must



B


could


C

need


D


will

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Listening

8



Listen to five people talking about life in the year 2050. Match the speakers with the
statements. There is one statement you do not need.

Speaker
1

_____

Speaker 2

_____

Speaker 3

_____

Speaker 4

_____

Speaker 5

_____


A

People won’t need a doctor for minor medical problems.

B

There will be a greater need to support older generations.

C

You won’t be able to get all your education through technology alone.

D

There will be more personal choice than there is today.

E


F

There are more important things in life than technology.

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Reading

9

Read the text. Are the statements true or false?

A university education is expensive. You can borrow money from a bank, but if you do so, you will have to
pay it back when you start working. In some countries you are not obliged to start making repayments until
your salary is above a certain level, but y
ou can’t put it off forever! This means that a fairly large proportion of
your earnings will have to go towards paying back your loan in the years after you graduate. Alternatively, you

you want, and earn the money to pay for
it. Does this sound ideal? Before you embark on such a course, there are some things you should bear in mind.

By combining work and studies, you will have an advantage over full
-
will
be less full than yours, but you will have one thing they don’t: experience. If you are studying a subject related
to your work, your real
-
life experiences in the workplace will help you understand the subject better. But even
if your work is unrelate
d to your studies, you will still learn a lot about balancing tasks, co
-
operating with
others, and so on.

Of course, working and studying at the same time can be stressful, and time management is very important.
Make a plan for each day and each week


an
by tonight, or finishing a task at work by lunchtime, and then give yourself a small reward for achieving it.
Buy yourself a chocolate bar, go cycling, or take an evening off to be with fri
ends


whatever makes you
happy.

And speaking of friends, make sure you keep in touch with them through email, text messages, social
-
to
-
advice, and
essential for your psychological health, especially when you are stressed.

Of course, there will be times when you must be on your own so you can focus on your stu
dies. In the busy
bank loan

after all.


1

The author warns that it may take forever to pa
y off a study loan. ____

2


____

3

The author advises a system of short
-
term deadlines and treats for succe
ss.

____

4

The author suggests that using social media can help you to stay happy and beat stress.

____

5

The author advises against taking a loan if balancing work and study becomes difficult.


____

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Writing

10

You are at an international student cam
p in Ireland. You
want

to organise a fashion show
with your friends so that everyone can show off their favourite items of clothing. Write an
announcement to publicise the event.



Inform people about the fashion show and the time and place of the event.



Tel
l them how they can participate as models or
in the audience
.



Mention why this will be a fun event for everyone.



End with a strong and memorable final message.


Mark __/10

Total: _
_
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